Newstalgia Reference Room - May 31, 1957 - Commentary from Cedric Foster on the visit of West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to Washington and relations between the two countries in the midst of the Cold War and upcoming German elections.
Nights at the Roundtable with Eddie Taylor and one of his 1957 singles for Vee-Jay Records, "Gonna Love You". Make a donation to Newstalgia - any amount is a huge amount.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone - The French National Orchestra With Jean Martinon Play The Music Of Florent Schmitt - 1957
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with The French National Orchestra, conducted by Jean Martinon in the music of Florent Schmitt. Recorded in 1957. Don't forget to donate what you can to keep Newstalgia alive!
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone - The Parrenin Quartet play the music of Jean-Louis Martinet, broadcast by Radio France circa 1957.
Nights at the Roundtable with Big Maybelle and her soul-wrenching take on the Pop standard "So Long" from 1957.
News of the day - January 25, 1957 - aftermath, backstory and latest on the Suez Canal dispute and other Cold War hotspots.
News for January 18, 1957 as reported by Edward R. Murrow. Polish Elections, B-52 bombers on first non-stop around-the-world flight. Congressional hearings on Labor Racketeering. Middle East. Aftermath of Suez crisis and withdrawal of Israeli troops from Gaza. The Cold War.
Nights at the Roundtable with Miles Davis and a track from Miles Davis + 19 - "My ship".
Newstalgia Downbeat New Years Eve Special - Teddy Wilson, Eddie Heywood And Duke Ellington - Live - 1957.
Newstalgia Downbeat New Years Eve Special - Teddy Wilson, Eddie Heywood and Duke Ellington and His Orchestra live on December 31, 1957.
What made the West so nervous. News on this day was dominated by the NATO Summit Conference which was getting underway in Paris. President Eisenhower had addressed the assembly and the big concern on everyone's mind was the Cold War. The question
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