Sunday, January 06, 2008

Music Memories from 1969

This week's show, and the first one for 2008, is a repeat titled "Music Memories" which originally aired on January 25, 1969.

Here are some highlights....such as Bobby & Cissy doing some fine dancing to the "Pennsylvania Polka" performed on the squeezebox of Myron Floren.

Also, there's Larry Hooper singing Phil Harris' signature song, "That's What I Like About The South".

Next, lets go on a "Sentimental Journey" the breezy and jazzy way with Tanya Falan!

How about a boogie to Woody Herman's "Woodchopper's Ball" performed by the Champagne Music Makers?

And as for an added bonus, a clip of Sandi Griffiths, Sally Flynn and Andra Willis as a trio singing the Andrews Sisters' "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen"

Next week, the show will feature their "All Time Favorites"....a new one to be exact!

Until then, good wishes and a very pleasant week for you all!

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