Various Artists | Radio & Recording Rarities, Vol. 35

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Radio & Recording Rarities, Vol. 35

by Various Artists

Rare performances by popular artists and band leaders from radio transcription, remote broadcasts and defunct record labels.
Genre: Pop: 50's Pop
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1. Okay Toots Don Juan Two and Three & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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2. The Object of My Affection Muzzy Marcellino, Candy Candido & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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2:49 $0.99
3. Flirtation Walk Muzzy Marcellino & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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4. Two Cigarettes In the Dark Phil Thomas & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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5. Miss Otis Regrets (She's Unable to Lunch Today) Spooky Dickinson & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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6. Baby, Won't You Please Come Home? Don Juan Two and Three & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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7. Pardon My Southern Accent Don Juan Two and Three & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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8. Stars Fell On Alabama Don Juan Two and Three & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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9. You're A Builder-Upper Don Juan Two and Three & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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10. Coffee In the Morning Joy Carroll & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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11. A Shelter From A Shower Larry Stanley & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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12. They Didn't Believe Me Lee Norton & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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13. Love At Last Leighton Noble & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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14. Parade of the Hot Chocolate Soldiers Muzzy Marcellino and The Debutantes & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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15. Were You Foolin'? Muzzy Marcellino and The Debutantes & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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16. Love Is Just Around the Corner Muzzy Marcellino and The Debutantes & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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17. The Carioca Muzzy Marcellino & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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18. Too Beautiful For Words Muzzy Marcellino & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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19. Your Head On My Shoulder Muzzy Marcellino & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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20. Have A Little Dream On Me Muzzy Marcellino & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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21. The Day You Came Along Muzzy Marcellino & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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22. I've Got An Invitation To A Dance Muzzy Marcellino and The Debutantes & Ted Fio Rito Orchestra
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
If Ted Fio Rito hadn't become a bandleader, he could have made a comfortable living as a songwriter; among the titles to his credit are "Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye" and "Laugh, Clown, Laugh." Born in Newark, New Jersey, he began as a pianist with bands led by Harry Yerkes, then moved to Chicago to join Dan Russo's band. The following year, he joined Russo to become co-leader of the Oriole Terrace Orchestra, which he took over when Russo left in 1928.

Before coming to the Cocoanut Grove in mid-1933, Fio Rito spent years touring the East Coast and Midwest, including engagements in Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City and Cincinnati. An early radio enthusiast, Fio Rito's band was frequently heard on the air - preparing him for the regular broadcasts scheduled to emanate from the Grove during his stay.

Musically, the orchestra Fio Rito brought to the Grove was sweet, smooth and clever, playing danceable music accented with temple blocks, rapid triplets, and an occasional solo on the Hammond organ by Ted himself.

These recordings come from 1933 and 1934 live band remotes from the Cocoanut Grove at Los Angeles' Ambassador Hotel.


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