Sunday, Month XX, 2008
This Sunday on EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN
we feature the music and
dramatic monologues of:
Some of the songs from his career
that we will hear:
"Every Time I Feel The Spirit"
DUKE ELLINGTON'S "Solitude"
Monologue from WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S OTHELLO
of course, "Old Man River"
and "O No John"
from his CD LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL
released thru Vanguard Records (72020-2)
We will present Robeson's Dramatic Testimony before the
HOUSE UNAMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITEE
as performed in ERIC BENTLEY'S play
ARE YOU NOW OR HAVE YOU EVER BEEN?
available thru the
Pacifica Radio Archives
We'll listen to four renditions of
by ALEC WILDER & LOONIS Mc GLOHON
with performances by:
And a new recording by MARIAN Mc PARTLAND
from her new CD TWILIGHT WORLD
released thru Concord Records
THE NEW CD "PICK OF THE WEEK" IS:
- OTHELLA DALLAS - I LIVE THE LIFE OF LOVE
released thru Suonix GmbH .
Also, we present
a BROADWAY BY THE YEAR moment
RAYMOND JARAMILLO Mc LEOD's performance of
"Everybody's Got A Home But Me"
from THE BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1955
BARBRA STREISAND sings
"A House Is Not A Home / One Less Bell To Answer"
"It Feels Like Home" performed by NANCY LaMOTT
FRANK SINATRA performs "P. S. I Love You"
"Make Our Garden Grow"
recently recorded by STEVIE HOLLAND
GIVE AWAYS, GIVE AWAYS!!!
During this week's broadcast,
we will give away 2 pairs of tickets to:
THE 22nd Annual MAC Awards
Tuesday, May 6th @ 7:30PM
at B. B. KINGS BLUES CLUB & GRILL
237 West 42nd Street, NYC
courtesy of Manhattan Association Of Clubs
plus 2 copies of:
KARRIN ALLYSON - IMAGINA
courtesy of Concord Music Group