Memorial Day 1953 - President Eisenhower proclaims May 30th as Memorial Day in 1953, asking for a day of prayer and remembrance.
Newstalgia Downbeat with The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra, live at The Blue Note Club in Chicago - August 12, 1953.
Newstalgia Downbeat with Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra featuring Tommy Tedesco, guitar recorded live at the Palladium in Hollywood, September 28, 1953 for NBC Radio's All-Star Parade Of Bands.
Nights at the Roundtable with the immortal Lloyd Price and one of the classics songs he recorded for Specialty Records in New Orleans. Where You At? Recorded on April 16, 1953.
Newstalgia Thousand Yard Stare - first in a series of year-end broadcasts. Tonight - 1953 via NBC Radio from December 21, 1953.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with America's Composers - last of a weekly series featuring the Eastman Rochester Symphony conducted by Howard Hanson - this week featuring music of Harl MacDonald, Roger Sessions and George Gershwin with spoken intermission feature by Harl MacDonald from April 27, 1953.
Newstalgia Downbeat with Billy May and His Orchestra, live at The Hollywood Palladium - recorded December 21, 1953.
Nights At The Roundtable featuring the legendary Sonny Rollins and The Modern Jazz Quartet from a 1953 session for Prestige Records with "The Stopper".
Newstalgia Downbeat with The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra, live at The Blue Note in Chicago, broadcast from September 12, 1953.
Newstalgia Downbeat (Labor Day Edition) - The Dorsey Brothers (Tommy and Jimmy) - live in concert. From June 19, 1953.
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