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Basin Street Ball - Harrry Parry And His Radio Rhythm Club Sextet - Basin Street Ball / Blue Prelude (Shellac)


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  1. Subseries of the to annual Parlophone jazz shellac series (released on Odeon in some countries). Numbering continuing from the series, running from number 59 (R ) to (R ). Parallel to this Parlophone ran other jazz "style" series. See the list below. The complete list of annual "Super Rhythm Style".
  2. + The Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street was a musical variety radio program which began on the Blue Network in The magazine Radio Life described it as "one of radio's strangest offsprings a wacky, strictly hep tongue-in-cheek burlesque of opera and symphony.".
  3. The Big Horn Basin Amateur Radio Club is ARRL Affiliated, dedicated to the promotion of Amateur Radio in the Big Horn Basin of Northwestern Wyoming. Club Repeaters The Club call, KI7W, is used on all of the club repeaters. McCullough Peaks (Cody) - / Three Mile Hill (Meeteetse) - / Torchlight (Basin) - /
  4. AH 86 Guy LOMBARDO & his Royal Canadians: The Sweetest Music This Side of Heaven. A Decca (France) 10" FM Daudet: Lettres de mon Moulin--exc. (Vol. 1). FERNANDEL (reading 2 stories in French). A Decca Eclipse ECM Arthur TRACY (The Street Singer): Always in Song. 14 items from 78s. A Dot DLP Eddie PEABODY Plays (famous banjoist).
  5. This week, Basin Street Records is the focus of the long-running weekly radio show American Routes produced by Nick Spitzer in New Orleans since American Routes, which is distributed by PRX, reaches nearly a million listeners each week on over stations and via its website.. The two-hour program can be listened to on-demand on the American Routes website now.
  6. Harrry Parry And His Radio Rhythm Club Sextet: Basin Street Ball / Blue Prelude ‎ (Shellac, 10") Parlophone: No. UK: Sell This Version: No. Harry James & His Orchestra* Jeffrie's Blues / Sharp As A Tack.
  7. Harry Parry And His Radio Rhythm Club Sextet. Many of the defects found in a VG+ record will be more pronounced in a VG disc. Surface noise will be evident upon playing, especially in soft passages and during a song's intro and fade, but will not overpower the music otherwise.
  8. Mar 12,  · The Fairless High School Jazz Band performing "Basin Street Blues" arr. by, John Edmondson.

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