(Birdland on 52nd Street - A hotbed of Jazz activity in the 1950s) A live set from July 3, 1952 featuring Arnett Cobb and his Orchestra and The George Shearing Quintet at Birdland on 52nd Street in New York. NBC radio, throughout the 1940s
Newstalgia Downbeat with Sarah Vaughan live from the Stars In Jazz broadcast of August 21, 1952.
Politics Past - The 1952 California Primaries. A radio documentary on the upcoming California and South Dakota primaries with the candidates, the delegates and the voters. Interviews with California political notables and analysis of the turn-out and vote.
Nights at the Roundtable with The Billy Williams Quartet and a track they recorded for Mercury Records in 1952 - I Don't Why (I just do).
Nights at the Roundtable with Jazz great-turned Pop hopeful Laurindo Almeida and his brief foray into the Les Paul market with Delicado, recorded in 1952 for Coral Records.
Nights at the Roundtable with Joni James and her 1952 hit, Purple Shades.
Weekend Talkshows Past with an episode of American Forum Of The Air, first broadcast in March 1952. The subject was "Issues Of 1952" featuring Senators Everett Dirksen (Republican) and Robert Kerr (Democrat), discussing what may be the deciding factors in the 1952 Presidential election.
Newstalgia Reference Room - A Truman Press Conference in 1952. One of the weekly press conferences during the Truman Years. This one covering the upcoming 1952 Presidential election and the prevailing question whether or not Truman would run.
Newstalgia Downbeat with Count Basie, live from Birdland in New York City, July 31, 1952.
Sunday Gramophone - Jean Giardino conducts the French National Orchestra in a radio performance of Marcel Delannoy's ballet Cendrillon - recorded circa 1952.
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