depression (aka that 78 show)

I go back to 1929 via 78. 2(00)9 recurring, as we crash, crash, crash. Crunch.

» You can’t take it with you when you go, even on an iPod…

  • They Shoot Horses Don’t They?
  • Eddie Cantor with Phil Spitalny’s Music – Cheer Up! Smile! Nertz!
  • Phil Spitalny’s Music – Cheer Up! Good Times are Comin’
  • George Olsen – I’m in the Market for You
  • Dick Robertson – If I Ever Get a Job Again
  • The California Ramblers – Gotta Go To Work Again
  • Jack Payne – I’ve Gotta Get Up And Go To Work
  • Reading from ‘The Conquest of Happiness’ – Bertrand Russell, 1930
    • backed by Paul Tremaine and his Aristocrats- Aristocratic Stomp
  • Artie Shaw – Whistle while you work
  • Ray Noble & His Orchestra – Long As You’ve Got Your Health
  • Ted Lewis Orch. – Headin’ for Better Times
  • Nelson Eddy – Dusty Road
  • Ethel Waters – Stormy Weather
  • Elsie Carlisle, Bert Ambrose & Orchestra – The Clouds Will Soon Roll By (22-07-1932)
  • Al Foster aka Sid Gary – “Painting the Clouds with Sunshine” (1929)
  • Boswell Sisters – Put That Sun Back In The Sky 19-2-1932
  • Johnny Hamp’s Kentucky Serenaders (vocal refrain by Frank Luther) – Keep Your Sunny Side Up
  • Ben Selvin & His Orchestra – Happy Days Are Here Again
  • Ted Lewis – On the Sunny Side of the Street
  • Cliff Edwards – It’s Only A Paper Moon
  • Reading of ‘The Day of the Locust’ – Nathanael West, 1939
    • backed by Benny Goodman & Charlie Christian – I Surrender, Dear
  • Etting Ruth – Ten Cents A Dance
  • Florence Desmond – Cigarettes, Cigars
  • Bessie Smith – Gimme a pigfoot
  • Bill Cox – NRA Blues
  • Big Bill Broonzy – W.P.A. Blues
  • Victoria Spivey – Detroit Moan
  • Ethel Waters – What Did I Do To Be So Black And Blue
  • Johnny Green Orch. – Repeal the Blues
  • Reading from ‘Grapes of Wrath’ by John Steinbeck
    • backed by Al Bowlly, Ray Noble – California Here I Come (1935)
  • Charlie Palloy and His Orchestra – Brother Can You Spare a Dime?
  • Pinetop Smith – Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out
  • The Ink Spots – With plenty of money and you
  • Red Norvo & His Orchestra – Slummin’ On Park Avenue
  • Ben Poll And His Park Central Orchestra – Buy, Buy For Baby
  • Benny Morton And His Orchestra – We’re in the Money
  • Lew Stone And His Band – Pick Yourself Up
  • Walter Huston – September Song
  • George M. Cohan – Life’s A Funny Proposition After All
  • Abe Lyman And His Orchestra – Riddle Me This
  • Annette Hanshaw – I’m A Dreamer – Aren’t We All (4-12-1929)
  • Bing Crosby/Connee Boswell/The Boswell Sisters/The Mills Brothers – Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries
  • Al Bowlly With Lew Stone And His Band – Easy Come, Easy Go

5 Responses to “depression (aka that 78 show)”

  1. Radio Clash Mash Up Podcast - a weekly podcast of mixes, mash-ups, and more since November 2004! - one of England's longest running podcasts! » Blog Archive » depression: new digital debris! Says:

    […] finally got to the 3rd proper episode ‘depression‘ I go back to 1929 via 78. 2(00)9 recurring, as we crash, crash, crash. […]

  2. DJ Knight Says:

    Huh. I thought you had disappeared. Welcome back! Will give it a listen.

  3. Cheer up, doughboy! « HotCat.org Says:

    […] got you down? Tune your RCA to the uplifting tunes of the “digitaldebris” for your fix. I don’t quite understand the name, must have something to do with bingo […]

  4. tim Says:

    No not disappeared – the intention was to do a show every 3 months, but not to rush it…kind of working more like every 6 months, but who knows…

  5. faber Says:

    I want more digital debris! 🙂 I can’t wait another two months!

    I stumbled upon the previous ones in my iPod and listened to them again. Great stuff! Keep up the great work.

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