Odds And Ends


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I recorded all Columbia acoustic recordings at 80 RPM

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Records For Children

  The Harper-Columbia 1287 - Recorded at 80 RPM
  5-1/2" record - 1-3/4" label - single sided
  Old Mother Hubbard
  Male Vocalist with Orchestra
  Latest patent date on reverse is 1909

Cut From Honeycomb Ceral Boxes - July 1974
    Set of three records. All records have the same
    label with the number stamped in lower left corner.


  1. The Haunted House
  2. The Ghost In The Attic
  3. Sounds Of The Unknown


Cut From Alpha-Bits Ceral Boxes - June 1978
    Set of three records. All records have the same
    label with the number stamped near lower left corner.


  1. The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow
  2. The Forbidden Corridor
  3. The Mysterious Trailer From Space


Records On The Adult Side


Here are a couple of Bing Crosby Outtakes. The record just had white, blank labels.
Both are Decca - The first from June 9, 1939 - The second from June 30, 1939.
Did you ever hear Bing Crosby curse? Mild but here they are.
  Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
  Jimmy Valentine

  A Bing Crosby Phonocard
  6-3/4" record - 3-1/4" label
  Cardboard record - 78 RPM
  Because


  John Mack and his Orchestra - Date on labels is October 11, 1945
  Glass based inside start 12" 78 RPM
  This Side - 1. Foolin' Around  2. Chatter
  That Side - 1. Toot That Trumpet - Female Vocal  2. Mary Get Up!
  If anyone knows anything about this group, please let me know HERE. Thanks!

  Victor D-1-A & D-1-B - Victor Radio Tone Demonstration - Parts 1 & 2
  10" Record - Recorded November 2, 1929
  Announced by Milton J. Cross - Music by the Victor Symphony Orchestra
  Sides A and B spliced to make a continuous recording.
  Victor Radio Tone Demo

  Art Kassel and his "Kassels-In-The-Air" - Recorded September 21, 1937 (mx BS-013579-1)
  Victor 10-1/2" test pressing - Released on Bluebird B-7184 - Note misspelled title on label
  Master number in wax at edge on record - see scan
  The metal part would be trimmed once the record is approved for production.
  Doodle-Doo-Doo - Vocal by Trio

  Bunny Berigan and his Orchestra - Recorded April 21, 1938 (mx BS-022484-2)
  Victor 10-1/2" test pressing - Released on Victor 25833
  Master number in wax at edge on record - see scan
  The metal part would be trimmed once the record is approved for production.
  Moonshine Over Kentucky - Vocal by Ruth Gaylor

  Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm - Recorded April 20, 1938 (mx BS-022477-1)
  Victor 10-1/2" test pressing - Released on Bluebird B-7553
  Master number in wax at edge on record - see scan
  The metal part would be trimmed once the record is approved for production.
  Good Evenin', Good Lookin' - Vocal by Hal Derwin

  Victor Special Record (For Private Use Only)
  Single-Sided 10" record
  Onward, Pioneers!
  Mixed Chorus Of The Bell Telephone Co. Of Pennsylvania
  This record is in nice condition but I still can understand only a few words.

  Historical Recording By King George V And Queen Mary
  10" record - Victor 19072-A - Recorded: March 28, 1923
  Empire Day Messages To The Boys And Girls Of The British Empire
  King George V and Queen Mary


  Historical Recording By The Prince Of Wales
  12" record - Victor 35746-A - Recorded: July 1, 1924
  Sportsmanship
  H.R.H.The Prince Of Wales


  Historical Recording By Warren G. Harding
  12" record - Victor 35718-A - Recorded: May 24, 1922
  Address At Hoboken On Return For Burial Of 5,212 American Soldiers,
  Sailors, Marines And Nurses, May 23, 1921

  Warren G. Harding, President Of The United States

  Historical Recording By Warren G. Harding
  12" record - Victor 35718-B - Recorded: May 24, 1922
  Address At Washington At Opening Of International Conference For
  Limitation Of Armament, November 12, 1921

  Warren G. Harding, President Of The United States

Enrico Fermi Tribute

Some years ago The Argonne National Laboratory put out a 2 LP album - "To Fermi With Love" - as
a tribute to Enrico Fermi telling his life story and about his contributions to the atomic bomb project
during World War II. Very interesting!
Record One - Side One
Record One - Side Two
Record Two - Side One
Record Two - Side Two

Leo Szilard Tells His Story

Leo Szilard tells his part in the development of the atomic bomb. I think he
made these recordings on a tape recorder while confined to a hospital bed
in 1960. Not high quality sound but also very interesting!
Record One - Side One
Record One - Side Two
Record Two - Side One
Record Two - Side Two

Hindenburg Disaster

  Hindenburg Disaster - May 6, 1937 - Lakehurst, NJ - Herb Morrison Reporting
  NBC Special Record - This copy is 12" plastic 78 RPM
  The master numbers are 07694-1 and 07695-1.
  Sides A and B spliced to make a continuous recording.
  Hindenburg Disaster

  Read the FBI report in four parts (PDF files).
  Part One   Part Two   Part Three   Part Four
  Take a look at Dilbert - There is humor in everything.


For those interested in more of Herb Morrison's recordings made at that time
click on the following links. The portable recorder used was evidently running slow,
so when played at normal speed his voice sounds fast and higher pitched than normal.
I offer the recording at original speed and at a corrected speed.
Note that the corrected speed is what I feel "sounds right".




  Original Speed


  Corrected Speed


Lindbergh Records

Charles A. Lindbergh's solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927
caused quite a fuss and resulted in quickly written and recorded music.
Here are a few examples as well as an early live broadcast recording.

  Perfect 12345 - Lindbergh, The Eagle Of The U.S.A.
  10" record - I do not know the recording date
  Lindbergh, The Eagle Of The U.S.A.
  Vocal by Vernon Dalhart


  Perfect 12345 - Lucky Lindy
  10" record - I do not know the recording date
  Lucky Lindy
  Vocal by Vernon Dalhart


  Velvet Tone 1418-V - Lucky Lindy
  10" record - Recorded: May 25, 1927
  Lucky Lindy
  Vocal by Jack Kaufman


  Velvet Tone 1418-V - Lindbergh (The Eagle Of The U.S.A.)
  10" record - Recorded: May 25, 1927
  Lindbergh (The Eagle Of The U.S.A.)
  Vocal by Jack Kaufman


  Victor 20674-A - Lindbergh (The Eagle Of The U.S.A.)
  10" record - Recorded: May 23, 1927
  Lindbergh (The Eagle Of The U.S.A.)
  Vocal by Vernon Dalhart


  Victor 20674-B - Like An Angel You Flew Into Everyone's Heart
  10" record - Recorded: May 25, 1927
  Like An Angel You Flew Into Everyone's Heart
  Vocal by Vaughn De Leath


  Victor 20681-A - Lucky Lindy!
  10" record - Recorded: May 26, 1927
  Lucky Lindy!
  Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra - Vocal chorus by Richard Crooks,
  Lambert Murphy, Frank Luther, Franklyn Baur and Fred Patton

  Victor 20681-B - America Did It Again
  10" record - Recorded: May 31, 1927
  America Did It Again
  Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra - Vocal chorus by Carl Mathieu,
  Billy Murray, Charles Harrison, James Stanley and Stanley Baughman

  Actual Moments In The Reception To Colonel
  Charles A. Lindbergh At Washington, D.C.
  10" record - Recorded: June 11, 1927 - Taken From NBC Broadcast
  Lindbergh Reception
  Sides A and B spliced to make a continuous performance.

Gene Austin's Only Hit Of The Week
Recording

  Gene Austin sings Now That You're Gone
  accompanied by the Hit Of The Week Orchestra
  followed by an instrumental of La Laloma
  10" flexible record - Recorded: October 1931
  Now That You're Gone - La Paloma

Paul Whiteman 12" Picture Disc



RCA Victor 39003-A - Recorded October 27, 1933
As Thousands Cheer



Bing Crosby had left Paul Whiteman by this time and is not
part of the Rhythm Boys vocal group mentioned on this label.

RCA Victor 39003-B - Recorded October 27, 1933
Let 'Em Eat Cake

A Touch Of Comedy

  Twisting The Dials - Victor 35953-A & B (Both sides show Take 2 in wax)
  12" record - Recorded: Side 1 October 31, 1928 - Side 2 November 12, 1928
  Twisting The Dials
  The Happiness Boys (Billy Jones and Ernest Hare)
  Sides A and B spliced to make a continuous performance.

The next record is a 12" plastic pressing with plain white labels. The master
number for the first is 053386-1. For the second 058096-1. These seem to
be RCA Victor numbers and, if so, would suggest recording dates (or date)
in July 1940. I don't know what the number to the left on the second scan
means. The titles below are mine. If anyone knows anything about this record,
please let me know HERE. Thanks!


  President's Speech At Dedication Of WPA Privy Project
  Unknown Performers

  This side is great !!


  Birthday Celebration For W. B. Oakey
  Unknown Performers
  


  The Insect Powder Agent - Victor 35504 A (Take 2)
  12" record - Recorded: Oct 20, 1915
  The Insect Powder Agent
  Golden and Marlowe


  Henry Attempts Suicide - Victor 35504 B (Take 1)
  12" record - Recorded: Oct 20, 1915
  Henry Attempts Suicide
  Golden and Marlowe


  Uncle Josh At A Base Ball Game - Columbia 71
  Single-Sided 10" record - mx 71-8 - Recorded: 1901
  Uncle Josh At A Base Ball Game
  Cal Stewart


  Uncle Josh's Troubles In A Hotel - Columbia 76
  Single-Sided 10" record - mx 76-7 - Recorded: 1901
  Uncle Josh's Troubles In A Hotel
  Cal Stewart


  Uncle Josh's Trip To Coney Island - Columbia 1486
  Single-Sided 10" record - mx 1486-1 - Recorded: 1903
  Uncle Josh's Trip To Coney Island
  Cal Stewart


  Uncle Josh At Delmonico's - Columbia 1503
  Single-Sided 10" record - mx 1503-3 - Recorded: 1903
  Uncle Josh At Delmonico's
  Cal Stewart


  Uncle Josh At A Baptizing At Hickory Corners Church - Columbia 1506
  Single-Sided 10" record - mx 1506-4 - Recorded: 1903
  Uncle Josh At A Baptising At Hickory Corners Church
  Cal Stewart


  Uncle Josh's New Year Pledge - Columbia 3311
  Single-Sided 10" record - mx 3311-2 - Recorded: 1906
  Uncle Josh's New Year Pledge
  Cal Stewart


  Last Day Of School At Pumpkin Center - Columbia A3637
  10" record - mx 78492-3 - Recorded September 3, 1919
  Last Day Of School At Pumpkin Center
  Cal Stewart


  A Camp Meeting At Pumpkin Center - Columbia A3637
  10" record - mx 78506-1 - Recorded June 18, 1919
  A Camp Meeting At Pumpkin Center
  Cal Stewart


  Uncle Josh Keeps House - Columbia A3701
  10" record - mx 78507-1 - Recorded June 18, 1919
  Uncle Josh Keeps House
  Cal Stewart


  Uncle Josh In A Barber Shop - Columbia A3701
  10" record - mx 78508-1 - Recorded June 18, 1919
  Uncle Josh In A Barber Shop
  Cal Stewart


  Ground Hog Day At Pumpkin Center - Columbia 19-D
  10" record - mx 78514-1 - Recorded June 19, 1919 (Evidently not issued until 1923)
  Ground Hog Day At Pumpkin Center
  Cal Stewart


  Uncle Josh At The Circus - Columbia 19-D
  10" record - mx 78517-1 - Recorded June 19, 1919 (Evidently not issued until 1923)
  Uncle Josh At The Circus
  Cal Stewart

National Geographic
Flexible Record

  National Geographic Magazine - December 1969 - "Sounds Of The Space Age"
  Square
  Sounds Of The Space Age
  Sides A and B spliced to make a continuous performance.


The OKeh Laughing Record
As Issued On 45 RPM


  You all know what this is
  The OKeh Laughing Record



  The reverse of the 45 is different than the 78
  I think this side is funnier than The Laughing Record itself
  I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes
  by Bob Atcher

Mad Magazine
Flexible Record

   Mad Magazine Record - Issue 147 - December 1971
  6-3/4" square sheet
  WARNING: Ethnic terms in this recording may be offensive to some.
  Gall In The Family Fare




Remember What Happened On
March 29, 1953?





Klondike Big Inch Land Co. Inc.

There was a time along about 1955 when you could own a square inch of Yukon Territory
just by buying a box of Quaker Puffed Rice or Quaker Puffed Wheat. At least that's what
you were supposed to believe. The individual deeds were never filed with the proper
authorities and the land was eventually lost to non-payment of back taxes. Kind of neat though.
I scanned both sides large enough so you could read the fine print if you care to.








If you remember listening to this guy on WOR then you
will remember what a Nebbish was and also a Goo Goo doll!


Like Stuff By Drummers?


Eva - Cozy Cole - Stereo - 6 min 57 sec
Topsy - Parts 1 & 2 - Cozy Cole - Mono - 6 min 55 sec (Part 2 made the charts at #3 in 1958)
Ala Topsy - Parts 3 & 4 - Cozy Cole - Stereo - 5 min 30 sec
Turvy - Parts 1 & 2 - Cozy Cole - Mono - 4 min 54 sec
Topsy-Turvy - Parts 1 & 2 - Cozy Cole - Mono - 5 min 27 sec
Caravan - Parts 1 & 2 - Cozy Cole - Mono - 4 min 19 sec
Big Noise From Winnetka - Parts 1 & 2 - Cozy Cole - Mono - 5 min 3 sec
Bad - Cozy Cole - Mono - 2 min 30 sec
Late & Lazy - Cozy Cole - Mono - 2 min 15 sec
Crescendo - Cozy Cole - Mono - 2 min 43 sec
Caravan - Cozy Cole - Mono - 4 min 52 sec (Different Recording From Above)
Drum Boogie - Gene Krupa Quartet - Stereo - 11 min 24 sec
Big Noise From Winnetka - Gene Krupa Quartet - Mono - 4 min 7 sec
Sing Sing Sing - Gene Krupa Quartet - Mono - 4 min 48 sec
Sing Sing Sing - Gene Krupa Quartet - Stereo - 9 min 51 sec
Sing Sing Sing - Gene Krupa Quartet - Stereo - 13 min 2 sec (Faster Tempo)
Hawaiian War Chant - Buddy Rich - Stereo - 4 min 14 sec


Empire Of The Air Radio Broadcast





Empire Of The Air - Radio Broadcast - 88 min 50 sec - 81.3 MB
Recorded Feb 8, 1992 off of a PBS Station.


Back To The Future

Very Short scene from the movie
"A Million Ways To Die In The West"



Has nothing whatsoever to do with the movie plot.
Seems to play best in Windows Media Player.
Click on this link to watch.
Dr. Brown is surprised!


Marconi Velvet Tone Record

These flexible records were made and sold by Columbia from 1907 into 1908.
Other than Columbia paying to use his name, Marconi had nothing to do with them.
They required a special gold plated needle. I think most found today have
been played by unknowing people with steel needles which does damage.
The recording of this example has been highly sound processed by me
in order to be at all listenable. The recording is announced and dates,
most likely, from 1901. I recorded it at 80 RPM.



All I have and have seen have this large sticker on the reverse.



Click on title to listen
Funeral March Played By Columbia Band


My Favorite Vogue Record
Relaxing Homespun Art And Nice Music

Click on title to listen
Aren't You Glad You're You
Shep Fields and his Orchestra
(No Rippling Rhythm)
Vocal by Meredith Blake




"Because" by Jan Peerce

I can't date this one except that the catalog number
suggests a recording date in late 1944 or early 1945.
This is a 12" test pressing for a 2 minute 14 second recording.
What a voice! Note name misspelled on label.

Click on title to listen: Because




Understand Spoken French?
You might like Charles Boyer reading
"Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite"
in his native language.
Decca Album A-377 (1944)
Five 12" 78 RPM Records

Click on label to view full size.
Click on Catalog Number to listen.

Label Title Recording Date Catalog Number
Part 1
a. A Good Word For Democracy
b. Prayer To God Almighty
Mar 14 1944 Decca 29145-A
Part 2
a. Dedication
b. On Slavery
Mar 17 1944 Decca 29145-B
Part 3
First Draft Of A Bill Of Rights Mar 14 1944 Decca 29146-A
Part 4
Report Presented To The
National Convention
Mar 15 1944 Decca 29146-B
Part 5
The Living Spirit Of The Law Mar 15 1944 Decca 29147-A
Part 6
Excerpts From His Political Speeches Mar 17 1944 Decca 29147-B
Part 7
The True Democrat Mar 17 1944 Decca 29148-A
Part 8
Mysticism And Politics Mar 17 1944 Decca 29148-B
Part 9
Forward, Children Of France Mar 17 1944 Decca 29149-A
Part 10
Fighting France Mar 15 1944 Decca 29149-B



Dipper Mouth Blues/Sugar Foot Stomp


I seemed to have numerous recordings of Dipper Mouth Blues and Sugar Foot Stomp
so I thought I would gather them all in one spot. I probably have some I haven't found yet.
These are from 78 RPM, LP and CD.

Click on Recording Date to listen.
Download all recordings in the table below ZIPed (44 MB) HERE




Label of the first recording made of Dipper Mouth Blues on April 6, 1923

Recording
Date
Artist Type Of
Recording
Apr 6 1923 King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band Gennett Commercial
Jun 23 1923 King Oliver's Jazz Band OKeh Commercial
May 29 1925 Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra Columbia Commercial
Nov 14 1925 Merritt Brunies Friar's Inn Orchestra OKeh Commercial
May 29 1926 King Oliver and his Dixie Syncopators Vocalion Commercial
Apr 25 1928 Johnny Miller's New Orleans Frolickers Columbia Commercial
Mar 19 1931 Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra Columbia Commercial
Apr 10 1931 Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra Brunswick Commercial
Apr 29 1931 Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra Victor Commercial
Aug 1931 Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra Crown Commercial
Jan 17 1935 Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra World Transcription
This next one was not issued until the LP era (1958) on Decca DL-8631.
Feb 6 1935 Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra Decca Commercial
Apr 29 1935 Isham Jones and his Orchestra Transcription
Aug 6 1936 Art Shaw and his Orchestra Brunswick Commercial
Sep 6 1937 Benny Goodman and his Orchestra Victor Commercial (Take 1)
Sep 6 1937 Benny Goodman and his Orchestra Victor Commercial (Take 2)
Oct 21 1937 Benny Goodman and his Orchestra Aircheck
Nov 21 1937 Benny Goodman and his Orchestra Aircheck
Apr 20 1938 Larry Clinton and his Orchestra Transcription
May 23 1938 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra Brunswick Commercial (Take 1)
May 23 1938 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra Brunswick Commercial (Take 2)
Jun 20 1938 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra Aircheck
Aug 1 1938 Larry Clinton and his Orchestra Victor Commercial
Oct 21 1938 Jan Savitt and his Orchestra Victor Commercial
Jan 6 1939 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra Aircheck
Mar 26 1939 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra Aircheck
Jun 30 1939 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra Aircheck
Jul 14 1939 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra Aircheck
Mar 19 1940 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra Aircheck
1940 Bob Crosby and his Orchestra Aircheck
Unknown Bob Crosby and his Orchestra Transcription
Jan 27 1942 Bob Crosby and his Orchestra Decca Commercial
1943 Benny Goodman and his Orchestra Aircheck
A few newer recordings of which there are many. This is a sampling.
1954 Harry James and his Orchestra ?????
Unknown Bob Crosby and his Orchestra Dot LP I think
Unknown Louis Armstrong and his All Stars ?????
Unknown Famous Castle Jazz Band ?????
Unknown Vince Giordano And The Nighthawks ?????
Unknown Big Jim's Little Six ?????

As an aside, is it Dipper Mouth or Dippermouth? It is seen both ways all over the place.
The label of the first recording, as seen above, says Dipper Mouth (Two words!). In the same vein,
is it Stardust or Star Dust? Again, it is seen both ways. The first sheet music says Star Dust
(Two words!). I will go with two words in both cases. Also, is it Moon Glow or Moonglow? The
sheet music seems to indicate one word. The label to Glenn Miller's recording of Beat Me
Daddy, Eight To The Bar says A BAR but the sheet music clearly says THE BAR.
I think the record label contains a typo. Check Will Bradley's label.
Must be careful of sources of information.
Probably more on this subject later.
Got another one! I see Jeanie, that lady who has light brown hair, spelled Jeannie quite
a bit. This sheet music seems to say Jeanie should have one n, not two.



I Used To Have Quite A Few Cylinder Records
Until I Sold Them. I Did Record Some.

A Couple Of Old Light Brown Wax Cylinders


This one is a John Phillip Sousa cylinder (Columbia 514), announced, 120 RPM from 1897. The announcer says
"March El Capitan played by Sousa's Grand Concert Band for Columbia Phonograph Company
of New York and Paris."

El Capitan

This one is a Vess L.Ossman cylinder (Columbia 3850XX), announced, 144 RPM, not sure of the year. The announcer
says "Banjo solo Whistling Rufus by Vess L. Ossman for Columbia Phonograph Company"

Whistling Rufus



Edison 2 Minute Cylinders 9275 Thru 9280
"At The Minstrel Show"


These six cylinders are about the closest thing to an album cylinder records ever got, I think.
Numbers 2, 4 and 6 were mine. 1, 3 and 5 are from another source. All 160 RPM.

At The Minstrel Show



Columbia 11060 Light Brown Wax Cylinder
"Nursery Rhymes Told By Uncle John"


I found a listing of this cylinder record in an 1898 Columbia catalog.
I believe it is 100 rpm. Difficult to listen to but I transcribed it on Apr 24 1972 which will
enable you to follow along. I think it came with a booklet for the children to look at.

Nursery Rhymes Told By Uncle John

Now children, come hither, so that you can see the pretty pictures and
Uncle John will read to you some of the Mother Goose Rhymes.
Goosey Goosey Gander. Whither shall I wander?
Upstairs and downstairs and in my Lady's chambers.
There I met an old man who would not say his prayers.
So I took him by his left leg and threw him down the stairs.
Here's another about Humpty Dumpty.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
And all the king's horses and all the King's men
Couldn't put Humpty Dumpty together again.
 
Baa! Baa! Black sheep! Have you any wool?
Oh, yes sir! Yes sir! Three bags full!
One for master, one for dame,
And one for the little boy that lives in the lane.
 
Ole King Cole was a merry old soul.
And a merry old soul was he. So he called for his pipe,
And he called for his bowl,and he called for his fiddlers three.
Now here's a rhyme of sixpence.
Sing a song of sixpence. A pocket full of rye.
Four and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie.
When the pie was opened the birds began to sing.
Was that not a dainty dish to set before the King?
 
The King was in his counting house counting out his money.
The queen was in the parlor eating bread and honey.
The dame was in the garden hanging out the clothes.
When down came a blackbird and pecked off her nose.
 
Peter, Peter, punpkin eater. Had a wife and couldn't keep her.
So he put her in a pumpkin shell and there he kept her very well.
Hello! Here's the one about Jack and Jill. Now, all listen!
Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water.
Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after.
Now, little ones! You all stumble off to bed, every one of you.
Good night! Good night, babies!




War Of The Worlds


Orson Wells caused quite a stir on Oct 30, 1938 when H.G. Well's War Of The Worlds was broadcast on Mercury Theatre On The Air.
Here are some momentos of that occasion.

A transcription of the original broadcast.
War Of The Worlds

A photo I took of a monument at the "actual" spot where the Martians landed.
This is really the actual spot - if it's on the internet it must be true!!!



The above photo uncropped.
2048x1536.
Large Size Picture

Police log for some unknown NJ police department showing that the police took it all in stride.



War Of The Worlds as broadcast on Lux Radio Theater on Feb 8, 1955.
War Of The Worlds

On July 2, 1978, the Jeff Wayne Rock Opera of War Of The Worlds was broadcast by
WFIL 560 AM in Philadelphia, PA with Tom Dooley as host. Here it is complete with all commercials.
2 Hours 2 Minutes 16 Seconds long.

War Of The Worlds


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