Jack Spins Shellac

Halloween Hit Parade, Part 3

An episode of Jack Spins Shellac

By Jack Norton
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Singer-songwriter Jack Norton talks about his favorite 78 RPM records (from 1900 through the 1940s), all while answering problems sent in by real listeners like you!
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Singer-songwriter Jack Norton talks about his favorite 78 RPM records (from 1900 through the 1940s), all while answering problems sent in by real listeners like you!
www.jackspinsshellac.com

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Dixie Stars
Jack talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and plays the music of: The Seven Gallon Jug Band, Three Tobacco Tags, Al Bernard and Frank Kamplain, Salt and Pepper, Esmereldy, Freddie “Schnickelfritz” Fisher and his Orchestra, Hoosier Hot Shots, Roy Evans, Blind Boy Fuller. Visit: www.JackSpinsShellac.com for more info.
38:13
November 19, 2019
Melancholy Bimbo
Jack talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the music of: Frank Luther and Carson Robison, Rhythm Wreckers with Whitey McPherson, Tampa Red’s Hokum Jug Band with Frankie Half Pint Jaxon, The Kidoodlers, Freddie “Schnickelfritz” Fisher and his Orchestra, Emmett Miller and his Georgia Crackers, New Orleans Willie Jackson, Johnny Marvin, Esmereldy, Rusty Howard and the Rhythm Rangers. Visit:  www.JackSpinsShellac.com for more info.
40:46
November 11, 2019
Diapers And Politicians
Jack  talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the  music of: Pinky Tomlin with Texas Jim Lewis and his Band, Al Donahue and his Orchestra with Barry McKinley, Al Jolson and the Mills Brothers, Amos and Andy (Correll and Gosden), Darrell Fischer and his “Log-Jammers”, Ezra Buzzington’s Rustic Revelers, Spike Jones and his City Slickers with Willie Spicer at the Sneezaphone, Bob Atcher and Bonnie Blue Eyes, Esmereldy. Visit:  www.JackSpinsShellac.com for more info.
33:39
November 5, 2019
Halloween Hit Parade, Part 4
Jack  talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the  music of: Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, Rudy Vallee and his Connecticut Yankees, The Five Jones Boys, Fred Astaire, Dan Russo and his Oriole Orchestra, Ink Spots, Red Foley with Anita Kerr Singers, Bob Skyles and his Skyrockets, Andy Kirk and his Clouds of Joy, Lonnie Johnson and Elmer Snowden, Teresa Brewer with the Keys and Jack Pleis and his Orchestra. Visit:  www.JackSpinsShellac.com for more info.
41:05
October 29, 2019
Halloween Hit Parade, Part 3
Jack  talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the  music of: Delta Rhythm Boys, Nat Gonella and his Georgians, Bing Crosby, Mickey Katz and his Orchestra, Patsy Montana with Jack Wayne and his Bar Ten Boys, Tom Gerun Orchestra, American Quartet, Peerless Quartet, Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra with Mary Ann McCall, Lena Horne with Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra. Visit:  www.JackSpinsShellac.com for more info.
37:24
October 22, 2019
Halloween Hit Parade, Part 2
Jack talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the music of: Roy Evans with Rube Bloom and his Bayou Boys, Cab Calloway and his Orchestra, Four Chicks And Chuck, Reggie Goff with the Velvetones, “Fats” Waller and his Rhythm, Billie Holiday, Wynonie “Mr. Blues” Harris and his All-Stars with the Harlemaires, Peerless Quartet, Walter J. Van Brunt & Maurice Burkhardt, Joe Morris’ Blues Cavalcade, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins with Leroy Kirkland and his Orchestra. Visit: www.JackSpinsShellac.com for more info.
36:45
October 15, 2019
Halloween Hit Parade, Part 1
Jack talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the music of: Jack Rivers, Borrah Minevitch and his Harmonica Rascals, Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters, Pee Wee King and his Golden West Cowboys with Gene Stewart, Woody Herman and his Orchestra, Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra with Rose Anne Stevens, Jane Froman, Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and his Orchestra, Jack Johnson and his Orchestra, Bessie Smith, Emmett Miller and his Georgia Crackers with Phil Pavey. Visit: www.JackSpinsShellac.com for more info.
39:21
October 8, 2019
Corn Lickers
Jack talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the music of: Roy Evans, James P. Johnson, Emmett Miller, Pick Maloney, Maple City Four, The Korn Kobblers, Esmereldy, The Kidoodlers, Pee Wee Hunt and his Orchestra, Johnny Marvin (as Honey Duke and his Uke), The Five Harmaniacs, The Rhythm Wreckers, Jerry Colonna, Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and his Orchestra. Visit: www.JackSpinsShellac.com for more info.
39:55
October 1, 2019
Lovesick Hesitations
Jack talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the music of: Al Bernard, The Goofus Five, Wilton Crawley, Eddie Crosby and his Sugarfoot Shufflers, Eddy Arnold and his Tennessee Playboys, Cotton and Morpheus, The Korn Kobblers, Esmereldy, Honey Duke and his Uke (Johnny Marvin), Rhythm Wreckers, Danny Stewart, Roy Evans, Rube Bloom and his Bayou Boys. #78s #78rpm #phonograph #vintagemusic #1920s #1930s #1940s
33:47
September 22, 2019
Insomniac Spells
Jack talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the music of Sweet Violet Boys, Pinky Tomlin with Texas Jim Lewis and his Band, Al Jolson and the Mills Brothers, The Kidoodlers, Utah Kidd and his Prairie Pals, Roy King, Frankie Marvin, Roy Evans, Dave Denney and the Georgia Washboard Stompers. #78s #78rpm #phonograph #vintagemusic #1920s #1930s #1940s
31:41
September 17, 2019
Aggravatin' Crazies
Jack  talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the  music of Whitey McPherson and the Rhythm Wreckers, Al Donahue, Paula Kelly, Lawrence (Piano Roll) Cook, Esmereldy, Bob Atcher, Dolly Kay, Bee Gee Tavern Band, Crazy Tooters, Hoosier Hot Shots and Karl & Harty. #78s #78rpm #phonograph #vintagemusic #1920s #1930s #1940s
29:34
September 8, 2019
Dreamers And Schemers
Jack talks record collecting, hunting down rare old 78s and discusses the music of Perry Como, Mound City Blue Blowers, Carolina Cotton, Salt and Pepper, Sweet Violet Boys, Ukulele Hughes, Shelton Brothers (Bob and Joe), Ruth Wallis with the DeLuxe Rhumba Band, Al Bernard and the Dixie Stars. #78s #78rpm #phonograph #vintagemusic #1920s #1930s #1940s 
35:26
August 31, 2019
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