Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor Sinfonia from Cantat No. 156 Little Suite No. 2 V - Gigue Toccata and Fugue in D Minor Little Suite No. 2 IV - Gavotte Little Suite No. 2 III - Aria Little Suite No. 2 II - Gavotte Little Suite No. 2 I - Preludium Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
MacDowell: To a Wild Rose Bizet: Adagietto from "L'Arlesienne" Massenet: Elegie Grieg: Notturno from "Lyric Suite" Massenet: Mediation from "Thais" Barber: Adagio for Strings Tchaikovsky: Andante Cantabile Londaerry Air Mascagni: Intermezzo from "Cavalleria Rusticana" Borodin: Nocturne for String Orchestra
To welcome spring, we take two RCA Red Seal and a Columbia Masterworks recordings of The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by famed Eugene Ormandy. Each record recorded in the early 70's. Enjoy, Spring in Philadelphia!
Since the start of the year, we have found the most popular download was in February with the two Ronnie Aldrich recordings posted. We are a huge fan of Mr. Aldrich here at Easy Stackin'. We'd love to share our huge collection of London Phase 4 recordings with you.
Many of Mr. Aldrich's Phase 4 recordings have been re-released through Dutton Vocalion in the UK. Over the last few years, they have been re-releasing many of our favorite London artists.
On the Trail Pavan Swinging Shepherd Blues In an Eighteenth Centrury Drawing Room Swedish Rhapsody Blue Tango Mountain High Valley Low Toy Trumpet Fiddle Faddle Jazz Pizzicato Holiday for Strings Our Waltz
Released in 1958 when STEREO was the rage of audio, Raymond Paige conducts the Radio City Music Hall Symphony with musical 'Bon Bons'. You might call them American Bon Bons as each of the selections are American pieces and composers, Koffman, Anderson and Rose.
I'm actually surprised this record reproduced itself well from all the wear of play it suffered though the years on our living room Stromberg Carlson stereo. It was one of three records that I recall were played most every night for dinner. The other albums unfortunately are still in print on CD in some form or fashion. This album was included with Ray Conniff' 'S Marvelous and Frank Chacksfield's Richmond label releas of The Best of Cole Porter.
Enjoy the Radio City Music Hall Symphony with some great American pieces. It's great listening for the spring and summer.
This is a very special post. This RCA Camden compilation was produced in 1958. The recordings are actually produced from the original 78 RPM recordings. We've processed the LP digitally, we could not help the original pops and clicks from the original 78's. The recordings range from 1912 - 1930. They are timeless. The orchestrations help bring us back to simple times. So, imagine that you're living in the early 20's and winding-up the phonograph with some Victor RED SEAL recordings that you paid $1.00 for just ONE side.
I Hear You Calling Me - 1927 Kathleen Mavourneen - 1927 The rose of Tralee - 1930 The Foggy Dew - 1913 Molly Bawn - 1911 Molly Brannigan - 1913 Mother Machree - 1927 There is a Flower that Bloometh - 1912 When Irish Eyes are Smiling -1916 Little Town in the Auld County Down - 1921 Masuchla - 1911 Somewhere a Voice is Calling - 1914 Then You'll Remember Me - 1916 Where the River Shannon Flows - 1912
Back to Donegal Clancy Lowered the Boom Galway Bay How Can You Buy Killarney Mother Machree A Shawl of Galway Grey Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral When Irish Eyes are Smiling My Wild Irish Rose The Rose of Tralee
St. Patrick's Day Parade With My Shillelagh Under My Arm When Irish Eyes are Smiling Did Your Mother Come From Ireland? The Rose of Tralee Where the River Shannon Flows The Donovans Two Shillelagh O'Sullivan It's The Same Old Shillelagh Who Threw the Overalls in Mrs. Murphy's Chowder Dear Old Donegal MacNamara's Band
We apologize here at EasyStackin' for getting wrapped-up in the laziness of winter. We suspect that the summer months would distract us from posting on a regular basis and we found ourselves falling in the 'Laziness of Winter'.
So, to make up for lost time, we have four posts here. Our selections today from the RCA record vault. Two Red Seals, one regular Victor and one from the Living Camden series.
From the regular Victor label, Frankie Carle 37 Favorites for Dancing. Well, we have to admit, we have a problem with this recording and could only provide about 16 of the 37 favorites. 1958 Enjoy!
Medley: Dancing on the Ceiling Medley: Remember Me Medley: September in the Rain Medley: The Very Thought of You
Now from the distinctive artists of Red Seal label are Al Hirt with the Boston Pops and Anna Moffo. Teamed up with the backdrop of the Boston Pops is the diversified talents of Al Hirt. Included here also is a unique rendition of Java, one of Mr. Hirt's biggest hits. 1964 Enjoy!
The Toy Trumpet (Stereo) Java The Last Chord Bugler's Holiday Trumpet Concerto - Haydn The Toy Trumpet A Trumpeter's Lullaby Carnival of Venice Pavanne Eili, Eili La Virgen de la Macarena
From the Red Seal opera vaults is The Incomparable Anna Moffo. Here are selections from some of her best albums compiled in 1980. Enjoy!
Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor Act I Puccini: Turandot Act I, Puccini: Turandot Act III Rossini: Semiramide Act 1 Leoncavallo: Pagliacci Act II Puccini: Suor Anglica - Senza mamma Puccini: Tosca Act II Verdi: I Lombardi Act IV Donizetti: Linda di Chamounix Act 1
Recordings presented here are from my own personal collection. The recordings are OLD and assumed out of print. They are purposely posted to share with interest to others and without intent of infringing possible copyright laws.