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Vintage Chart Toppers

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主持人:Colin Aitchison

Music aficionado and band leader Colin Aitchison presents the musicians who were the huge, million-selling recording stars of an often forgotten era.

Before Bruno Mars, there was Bing Crosby, before the likes of Adele, there was Billie Holiday ... and before Justin Bieber ... well, where to start!?!

There’s some terrific music and stories from the ‘20s, ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s, plus a few laughs!

(Every Sunday, 8.30am-9am   )

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07/04/2024
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Sweet Ukulele

Among the goodies this week, there’s a rare 1928 recording with a neat connection to Colin Aitchison himself, a song about the Sweet Ukulele Maid....with no ukulele in sight! We have a classic, tongue-in-cheek mickey take from the 1959 doo-wop era, and a VERY cheeky 'live' recording of Max Miller, dedicated to the Sunday hikers. Also, a great old sing-a-long with renowned French singer/songwriter who takes us out to sea. And, at the end of the show, a fabulous take on a well known swinging number, in tribute to Steve Lawrence.

07/04/2024 - 足本 Full (HKT 08:30 - 09:00)

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Dizzy Fingers

Have you ever heard of Madame Tussaud's Dance Orchestra? Not a waxwork in sight, but a top flight, chart topping British band of the 1930s.

That's just one of a handful of curio's that Colin is digging up this Sunday morning. There's also the dizzy fingers of Zez Confrey from 1927, the original arrangement of the classic song ‘Fever’, The Mills Brothers, and the wild antics of the one and only Nervous Norvus!

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Spinach & Cornflakes

主持人:Colin Aitchison

We'll have some cartoon fun this week, featuring the voice of William Arnold Costello as Popeye! And, some Chicago jazz comes from The Harlem Hamfats, with great vocals from Harry Prime, Bob Borger, and the one and only Ricky Nelson.

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10/12/2023 - 足本 Full (HKT 08:30 - 09:00)