Soul Stirrers #32

The Kelly Brothers on The !!! Beat

Radio Free Gunslinger #61: The Cutest Bow


Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is Louis Untermeyer

It is entitled The Cutest Bow

The Content

First Sequence:
Ray Charles - Feudin' and Fightin'
Ella Logan - Look to the Rainbow
The Peddlers - On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)
Dean Martin - Moments Like This
Burton Lane - Where Have I Seen Your Face Before? (live)

Second Sequence:
The Nat King Cole Trio - Then I'll Be Tired of You
Roger Wolfe Kahn & His Orchestra - A Shine on Your Shoes/Louisiana Hayride
Fred & Adele Astaire - Hoops
Leo Reisman & His Orchestra - I Love Louisa
Judy Holliday - Confession

Third Sequence:
Jule Styne - Just in Time (demo)
Ethel Merman - Everything's Coming Up Roses
Jane Russell - Ain't There Anyone Here for Love?
The Animals - We're Gonna Howl Tonight
Lesley Uggams - Hallelujah, Baby (demo)

Fourth Sequence:
Hal Kemp & His Orchestra - With Plenty of Money and You
Marni Nixon - Tomorrow Land
Frank Sinatra - You'll Never Know
Norman Wisdom - You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
Wini Shaw - Lullaby of Broadway

Summation:
Vernon Duke - Homage to Boston; Suite for Piano (Scott Dunn, pianist)

They Were Collaborators #848


Groucho, Buster, and Chico work on At the Circus (1939)

Spirit of '76 #3


Bromley Contingent

pickers #23


Scotty Moore

annals of public performance #74


Sun Ra

Welcome to Show Business! #71


Kurt Cobain

Before and After #322: Cary Grant

Before

After

Twilight of the Dreamboats #82

B is for Beaton #39
The Gunslinger Guide to Elizabeth Taylor #14

Watts! #30

Seminal Image #1101

The Long Voyage Home
(John Ford; 1941)

Vietnam - Dramatis Personae #189

James Brown performs for US Troops in Vietnam 1968

The Heretofore Unmentioned #184

Charlotte Greenwood

The Art of Cinema #565

Peeping Tom
(Michael Powell; 1960)

Self Portrait #24
Shutterbugs #19

Vivian Maier

The Art of War #70

The King #3

Artists in Action #821

Hank Ballard dances to Syd Nathan's tune

The Art of Jazz #144

The Bix Beiderbecke Story, Vol. 3: Whiteman Days
(Columbia Records; 1953)

They Were Collaborators #847

Gertrude Lawrence and Noel Coward

In the Studio #140

Isham Jones & His Orchestra

They Were an Item #169

Charles Chaplin and Lita Grey

The Gunslinger Guide to Stanley Kubrick #4

When Legends Gather #818


Frankie Avalon and Sam Cooke square off

the lost highway #7

Cowboy Copas

annals of public performance #73


David Bowie performs with Cher on her TV Show (1975)

it was the beat generation #10

Carolyn Cassady (28/04/1923 -20/09/2013)

Guardian Obit here

Stacks o' Wax #26

Battle of the Blues
Roy Brown & Wynonie Harris
(King LP 607 , 1958)

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Radio Free Gunslinger will not be heard this week because of personal illness.

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The Extraordinary Engaging in the Ordinary #27

Arthur Rubenstein and Bette Davis get a lousy cup of joe.

And We Will Never Know Their Names #5

Rural family, South Carolina, circa 1930, with captured opossum.

pickers #22

Lowman 'Pete' Pauling

Artists and Animals #114


Lon Chaney, Jr.

Spirit of '76 #2


Siouxsie and the Banshees

How to Peddle the Zeitgeist #10

Artists in Action #820


Allman Brothers get full service

And Then It Was Ephemera #90


Studying One's Craft #18


Jimi wants to be a Gunslinger

The Record Men #6

Syd Nathan, founder of King Records
'He was, perhaps, the perfect specimen of the cigar-chomping record man of the mid-twentieth century who changed American music and, in turn, changed the world'
(from King Of The Queen City by John Hartley Fox)

Viceroys, Prophets and Hillbilly Cats #17

Mac Curtis

The Art of the Soundtrack LP #3

Your Cheatin' Heart
(MGM Records; 1963)

When Legends Gather #817

Colonel Sanders and Alice Cooper

Radio Free Gunslinger #60: Candor


Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger is I.F. Stone

It is entitled Candor

The Content

First Sequence:
Nancy Harrow - Take Me Back, Baby
Jaki Bayard - Flight of the Fly
Art Hodes - High Society
Clark Terry - Blue Waltz (La Valse bleue)
Max Roach - Freedom Day (Abbey Lincoln, voc.)

Second Sequence:
Lucky Thompson - Say That to Say This
Richard Williams - I Can Dream, Can't I?
Benny Bailey - Hard Sock Dance
Marty Paich - Tommy's Toon
Bud Shank - Dance of the Little Ones (live)

Third Sequence:
Guillermo Klein - El Minotauro
Hector Martignon - My One and Only Love
Toshiko Mariano - Toshiko's Elegy
Hilton Ruiz - Mr. Kenyatta (live)
Mongo Santamaria - Bonita (live)

Fourth Sequence:
Don Ellis - Sweet and Lovely
Steve Lacy - Introspection
Cecil Taylor - O.P. (take 1)
Pee Wee Russell - Tin Tin Deo
Booker Little - Moods in Free Time

Summation:
Charles Mingus - R&R

Behind the Scenes #37


Party at the Batcave

Spirit of '76 #1


Jah Wobble and Johnny Thunders

When Legends Gather #816


Keith meets Lynyrd

Soul Stirrers #31

Little Willie John

annals of public performance #72


The Replacements

Before and After #321: Mary Pickford

Before and After