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Dick Haymes Croons: The title says it all, an hour devoted to one of the very best of the crooners.
The Old Made New: The play between old and young, age and youth, in songs whose true subject is the confluence between time and memory.
“Blue Moon” Plus: “Blue Moon” became a great standard without ever becoming a great hit; here is its unlikely story, complete with asides and digressions.
Penthouse Serenade: Songs about living in New York day by day, from a penthouse to a fourth floor walk-up.
Miss Annette Hanshaw: Largely forgotten now (alas), Annette Hanshaw was one of the most popular songs of the Twenties and early Thirties.
The Big Ballads of the 1930s: After the giddy 1920s, the major ballads of the Depression were dark, melancholy, and introspective.
Falling in LoveThe easy part of a love affair, from attraction to invitation to tumbling to figuring it out, and the ecstasy that comes with it.
ProhibitionAlcohol may have been illegal for fourteen years but songs about it weren’t.
Early Harry WarrenBefore he defined the 30s with Al Dubin and the 40s with Mack Gordon, Harry Warren was already writing memorable songs.
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