• Ondas del Espacio Exterior 251. Frank Sinatra y alrededores

    4 aug 2009, 23:17 av chisco_oex

    Escucha el Programa 251. Frank Sinatra y alrededores

    Contenidos:
    Frank Sinatra y alrededores (invitada: Cristina Plaza de Clovis
    Canciones:
    Frank Sinatra - Blue skies (The golden collection / 1999)
    Frank Sinatra - That's life (My way: the best of Frank Sinatra / 2002)
    Bing Crosby - Let's do it, let's fall in love (Anything goes: the songs of Cole Porter 1927-1948 / 2000)
    Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters - Don't fence me in (Anything goes: the songs of Cole Porter 1927-1948 / 2000)
    The Andrews Sisters - Bei mir bist du schön (Golden years vol. 2 / 2006)
    Sammy Davis Jr. - Rhythm of life (Hooray for Hollywood / 2008)
    Fred Astaire - Something's gotta give (Hooray for Hollywood / 2008)
    Cole Porter - You're the top (Anything goes: the songs of Cole Porter 1927-1948 / 2000)
    Judy Garland - I wish I were in love again (Hooray for Hollywood / 2008)
    Marlene Dietrich - Boys in the back room (Hooray for Hollywood / 2008)
    Edith Piaf - C'est la moindre des choses (The early years, volume 3 1938-1945 / 1996)
  • A Brief History Of...Hillbilly Music

    26 jan 2008, 23:50 av BadgerJohn31

    The description and playlist below are from the weekly radio show (A Brief History Of…) that my friend and I host on WSUM 91.7fm Madison. We selected songs we felt were either historically important or just representative of each specific topic. Please comment if you feel we missed something or just to give your opinion. Remember, however, that we do this show in an hour (about 50 minutes of music). Track length is a major factor in our decisions (shorter is usually better). Thanks!

    Until about the time of The Carter Family’s break-up in the mid-1940s, what we know as country music was called "Hillbilly Music." A Brief History of…Hillbilly Music traces American traditional music from the first million-selling hillbilly record in 1924 to the first major televised country music performance in 1953. Major themes of the show include the Afro-, Anglo-, and Scotch-Irish origins of this traditionally white music, the impact of the 1920s radio boom in the creation of the first superstars…