Newstalgia Reference Room with Eleanor Roosevelt's Keynote Address at the 1956 Democratic Convention.
Nights at the Roundtable featuring the legendary Swan Silvertones with "How I Got Over", recorded for Vee-Jay Records in 1956.
Newstalgia Downbeat featuring Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra live from Basin Street in New York City. From April 16,1956.
Newstalga Downbeat with Al Hirt, live from New Orleans. Recoded August 18, 1956 by CBS Radio and the Jazz Band Ball program.
Nights at the Roundtable with Eddie Heywood and his follow-up single to Canadian Sunset, Lost Love from 1956.
Newstalgia Reference Room with a Meet The Press Interview with Sentator James Eastland (D-Mississippi) on the subject of The Constitution, civil rights, segregation and Dixiecrats.
Newstalgia Reference Room - Political commentary by Cedric Foster in December 1956. Talks about the failed Hungarian Revolt, the failed Polish revolt and Chinese Premier Chou en Lai's visit to Moscow. The Cold War personified in 1956.
Newstalgia Downbeat - The Shelly Manne Quintet And The Stan Getz Quartet Live At Basin Street, New York - 1956
(Stan Getz offers the usual magic) I haven't done any live Jazz posts in a while, and for absolutely no good reason. So I thought I would make up for that by offering a very special Club date featuring the Shelly Manne Quintet and The Stan Getz
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with a broadcast performance of Arthur Honegger's Une Cantate de Noel for soloists, organ, Chorus and Orchestra. Recorded by French Radio circa 1956.
Nights at the Roundtable with Elliot Lawrence and his orchestra play arrangements by Gerry Mulligan in this 1956 Fantasy Records album with "Elegy For Two Clarinets".
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