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Discussion in 'Holidays Year Round' started by RadioJonD, Feb 16, 2018.



  1. ColeThePony

    ColeThePony Brony who listens to christmas music Merry Forums Member MMC Premiere Member

    Speaking of that
    @RadioJonD just shared one of the American Routes easter shows from 1999 his FB Page . from his FB page:
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    LISTEN HERE: http://americanroutes.wwno.org/archives/show/431/

    PLAYLIST:
    HOUR 1:
    Open Bed: Rescue Me Fontella Bass
    Chess Soul - A Decade of Chicago's Finest, Chess
    Take Me to the River Talking Heads
    Sand in the Vaseline - Popular Favorites 1976-1992, Sire/Warner Brothers
    Walk Over God's Heaven Mahalia Jackson
    Gospels, Spirituals & Hymns, Columbia
    Here I Am (Come and Take Me) Al Green
    Greatest Hits, The Right Stuff
    Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen Lucky Peterson
    Mavis Staples & Lucky Peterson - Spirituals & Gospel, Verve
    Son Of A Preacher Man Dusty Springfield
    Dusty in Memphis, Rhino
    Holy Ghost Bar-Kays
    The Complete Stax/Volt Soul Singles 1972-1975, Stax/Volt
    Cryin' Holy Unto My Lord Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys
    The Essential Bill Monroe & the Monroe Brothers, RCA
    Daniel and the Sacred Harp The Band
    Across the Great Divide, Capitol
    Sinner's Prayer Lowell Fulson
    The Swingtime Records Story, Capricorn
    Just a Closer Walk With Thee Aubrey Ghent
    Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus, Arhoolie
    INTERVIEW: Mavis Staples
    Respect Yourself The Staples Singers
    The Complete Stax/Volt Soul Singles Vol. 2 1968-1971, Stax/Volt
    Why Am I Treated So Bad The Staples Singers
    The Gospel Sound, Columbia/Legacy
    I'll Take You There The Staples Singers
    The Complete Stax/Volt Soul Singles Vol. 3 1972-1975, Stax/Volt
    Gotta Serve Somebody Bob Dylan
    Slow Train Coming, Columbia
    Acknowledgement John Coltrane
    A Love Supreme, Impulse
    Glory Glory/Jesus on the Mainline ReBirth Brass Band
    We Come To Party, Shanachie

    HOUR 2:
    In Christ There is No East or West John Fahey
    Return of the Repressed: John Fahey Anthology, Rhino
    Jesus The Missing Years John Prine
    The Missing Years, Oh Boy
    Jesus Wash Away My Troubles Sam Cooke with the Soul Stirrers
    Sam Cooke with the Soul Stirrers, Specialty
    Moses Don't Get Lost John Davis and Group
    Southern Journey Vol. 12: Georgia Sea Islands, Rounder
    Hongu and Freylekhs from Podoly Di Naye Kapelye
    Klezmer Music - a Marriage of Heaven and Earth, Ellipsis Arts
    Talkin' Hava Negeilah Blues Bob Dylan
    The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3, Columbia
    The Israelites Desmond Dekker
    Rhythm & Blues Beat Vol. 2 1964-1969, Island
    Hava Negila Dick Dale
    Better Shred Than Dead - the Dick Dale Anthology, Rhino
    Mazl Tov Cocktail New Orleans Klezmer Allstars
    Klezmania, Shanachie
    Appalachian Spring Aaron Copland
    Appalachian Spring, et al -- New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, Sony Classical
    It Might as Well Be Spring Sarah Vaughan
    Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi, Columbia/Legacy
    Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Disney's Song of the South
    And the Winner Is...A Collection of Honored Disney Classic Songs, Walt Disney Records
    Rockin Robin Jackson Five
    The Ultimate Collection, Motown
    Birds and the Bees Rufus and Carla
    The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968, Stax/Volt
    Wolverton Mountain Clyde King
    Columbia Country Classics, Vol. 3, Columbia
    Blue Sky Allman Brothers
    Eat A Peach, Capricorn
    Let The Mystery Be Iris DeMent
    Infamous Angel, Warner Brothers
    You Got to Move Reverend Gary Davis
    When I Die I'll Live Again, Fantasy
    Old Landmark Aretha Franklin with James Cleveland & the Southern California Community Choir
    Amazing Grace, Atlantic
    End Bed: Happyland House of Prayer Brass Band recorded live by Nick Spitzer
    Shout Brass, Smithsonian Collection of Recordings
     
  2. ColeThePony

    ColeThePony Brony who listens to christmas music Merry Forums Member MMC Premiere Member

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    Happy Easter! the 200th episode of MLP: FIM has left the building. so. goodbye to that! and it is time in 1 hour for classic easter OTR!

    Schedule:
    KRAFT MUSIC HALL (4-6-44) Bing Crosby stars in an Easter time broadcast, with announcer Ken Carpenter, Ukie Sherin, the Charioteers, the Music Maids and Lee, guest Marilyn Maxwell and The Kraft Choral Club. Bing and Marilyn sing “Easter Parade” and perform in a “Time Marches Back” sketch. Kraft, NBC. (30 min)
    MEL BLANC SHOW (4-8-47) It’s the “Man of A Thousand Voices” starring in his own show, with Mary Jane Croft, Joseph Kearns, Alan Reed, Hans Conried, Jim Backus, the Sportsmen. Mel gets involved when the Chamber of Commerce organizes an Easter Egg Hunt. Colgate-Palmolive, CBS. (24 min)
    THE SHADOW (3-28-48) “Death and the Easter Bonnet” starring Bret Morrison as Lamont Cranston, with Grace Matthews as the lovely Margot Lane, who buys an Easter bonnet and finds that several other parties are interested in getting it for themselves. Andre Baruch announces. Blue Coal, MBS. (29 min)
    I SUSTAIN THE WINGS (4-8-44) A broadcast from New York featuring the band of the Army Air Forces Training Command, directed by Captain Glenn Miller, with Sgt. Johnny Desmond, Sgt. Bob Carroll and the Crew Chiefs, announcer Don Briggs and Sgt. Broderick Crawford. Desmond sings “Easter Parade” and “Poinciana.” Sustaining, NBC. (30 min)
    CEILING UNLIMITED (4-9-44) An Easter Sunday broadcast, with master of ceremonies Joseph Cotten, singer Constance Moore, announcer Pat McGeehan and guest Agnes Moorehead, who appears in a dramatic story, “God’s Corporals.” Moore sings “Gee, But I’d Like to Be With You on an Easter Sunday” and Cotten tells the story of the poem, “Hymn to a Hero.” Lockheed Aircraft, CBS. (30 min)
    GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (4-9-52) Willard Waterman stars as Gildy, with Walter Tetley as Leroy, Lillian Randolph as Birdie, Mary Lee Robb as Marjorie, Dick LeGrand as Peavey, Earle Ross as Judge Hooker. Gildy is persuaded to wake up at 4:00 am for the sunrise Easter service. Kraft, NBC. (29 min)


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  3. ColeThePony

    ColeThePony Brony who listens to christmas music Merry Forums Member MMC Premiere Member

  4. ColeThePony

    ColeThePony Brony who listens to christmas music Merry Forums Member MMC Premiere Member

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