Saturday, March 07, 2009

Salute to the 1940s

We're still in pledge mode here in Toledo, so let's pay salute to another one of my all-time favorite Lawrence Welk episodes!

Today, it's Salute to the songs of the 1940s; first aired on January 29, 1972 and later on public television in 1999 with Ralna English hosting the wraps!

1. It's a Grand Night for Singing - Guy, Ralna, Jimmy, Norma, Dick, Sally, Joe, Gail, Bobby, Cissy, Bob Ralston, Mary Lou Metzger
2. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To - Ken Delo
3. That Old Black Magic - orchestra

4. You'll Never Know - Ralna English with Bob Ralston at the piano
5. You Are My Sunshine - Clay Hart
6. The Big Apple - sung and danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

7. Accentuate the Positive - Sandi Griffiths & Sally Flynn
8. Mockingbird Hill - Guy Hovis & Ralna English
9. Poppa Won't You Dance With Me - Myron Floren on accordion with Richard Maloof on tuba and Bob Smale at piano
10. My Foolish Heart - Norma Zimmer

11. I Wish I Didn't Love You - Jimmy Roberts
12. Unidentified - tap danced by Arthur Duncan
13. How About You? - Gail Farrell & Dick Dale
14. Jingle, Jangle, Jingle - Bob Lido and the Hotsy Totsy Boys

15. Golden Earrings - Charlotte Harris on the cello and Bob Ralston at the piano
16. A String of Pearls - orchestra
17. The Hallowed Halls of Ivy - Joe Feeney

18. The Trolley Song - Tanya Falan
19. Medley of songs from "Oklahoma!"
a) Oklahoma - orchestra
b) People Will Say We're In Love - Norma Zimmer
c) The Surrey With The Fringe On Top - Gail Farrell
d) Oh What a Beautiful Morning - Joe Feeney
e) Kansas City - Bobby & Cissy and girls chorus
f) Oklahoma - Norma, Sally, Sandi, Gail, Tanya, Mary Lou, Ralna, Cissy, Guy, Bobby, Joe, Jimmy, Clay, Arthur, Ken, Dick


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I´m from Spain. Can i see de Lwrence Welk transmsion? How?