What it is:
Excerpt from radio dramatization of It's A Wonderful Life with Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed
Theme: "Seems Like Old Times," w.p. bluhm
A plug for the new Uncle Warren's Attic a-store
"Tip Toe Through the Tulips," Johnny Marvin (pictured)
A collage from the CD A Guitar's Carol by Keith L. Cooper
"Toastin' Marshmallows," Judy, Johnny & Billy (1959)
Vintage radio ad: Spry
"Melting," w.p. bluhm
"There Goes Robin" by "the Batman band." On the show I say this is the song that taught me the words pugilist and philanthropist, but when I listened again I misremembered. The mighty Robin is not described as a philanthropist in the song.
Coming soon: The "first annual" Uncle Warren Christmas Show.
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Wow...another I'se a Muggin'!!!
Gonella was a popular trumpeter/singer/bandleader in the UK. I don't have a recording date for your version, but I'd say April-May 1936...it'd probably be a month or so after the Muggin' fad in the US broke in March.
It was originally a stage production/audience participation bit that violinist Stuff Smith did at the old Onyx Club.
Anything that had a seven in it, or was divisible by seven got an "Uh-Uh," and anything ending with a zero got a "Woof, woof!"
Check my blog (zorchv38.blogspot.com) for all of the US versions (minus the one by Andy Kirk)...
Might you be able to post your version by itself so I could "borrow" it? Feel free to take any of mine!
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