Sunday, February 19, 2012

Uncle Warren's Attic #67

We twist the radio dial, move past a vintage episode of The Shadow, and settle into a rendition of "Dearest" by George Slater and his Harmonizers - yep, it sure sounds like another episode of Uncle Warren's Attic!

As promised, another week begins and here is another venture into old stuff that otherwise would just gather dust in my Attic.

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Here's your roadmap:
"Dearest" - George Slater and his Harmonizers from The Road to Ruin
"Seems Like Old Times" - theme song by w.p. bluhm
Revelation of the contest answer from UWA #66
Vintage ad for Schaefer beer
Promo for Myke Phoenix, a free monthly superhero emagazine
"Ain't Nobody's Business What I Do" - Beverly White from Killer Diller
"Texas and Pacific" - Louis Jordan with his Tympany Five from Reet, Petite and Gone
Vintage ad for Robert Burns cigars
"Red Wing" - Esmereldy and her Novelty Band
"Now He Tells Me" - King Cole Trio (Killer Diller)
"Flick's Tongue" - the classic radio anecdote by Jean Shepherd

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