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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Harry James. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Harry James, often where they are interviewed.

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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Harry James. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Harry James, often where they are interviewed.

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Command Performance - with Bing Crosby - Betty Grable - Harry James - July 11, 1943 - Variety

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Introduction on track gives some background of the "Command Performance" series that was only broadcast on the Armed Forces Radio Service... and presented stars of the time that were requested by military personnel serving overseas during World War II. Host is Bing Crosby with guests Betty Grable, Harry James and his Orchestra, Arthur Rubenstein, and vocalist Helen Forrest. More shows like this can be found in the playlist entitled "Variety - Comedy - Musical"
Aug 30 2020 · 32mins
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Part 5 of iconic love stories of Classic Hollywood are the musical couple Betty Grable and Harry James...Harry rumbled with George Raft over Betty..

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On part 5 of iconic love stories of classic Hollywood my pal April VeVea Whitaker and I discuss Pin up Betty Grable and Harry James. They both had crazy childhoods. They met and it was KABOOM. The problem was Harry was still married to wife numero uno and Betty was involved in a two year on and off relationship with George Raft. After some drama they married. Harry was on the road a lot and Betty stayed in Hollywood doing movies. They both got addicted to booze and gambling. Their daughters definitely did not think Betty was Mommy Bestest. She was distant and could sometimes be abusive. Harry was away he got to be Disneyland dad. There was infidelity, IRS problems and after a while absence did not make the heart grow fonder. Betty found out about Harry's infidelity (she had heard rumors but chose to ignore them) in a gossip column so that was it after 22 years of marriage. We talk after the divorce up to their deaths. We believe they loved each other up until the end. 

Thanks to April as always.. 

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Mostly thanks to the listeners. I so appreciate your listening. 

Grace

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https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-stories-of-tinseltown/id136374488

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I'm on google play, spotify, YouTube, player FM and basically anywhere podcasts are played. I'm also on weekly at www.racketeerradio.com. Lots of great music and shows. 

I'm also on Pinterest, Tumblr, twitter and instagram.

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I hope you like my new little ditty of a theme song. I wrote the lyrics (took me five minutes at most..HA!) I want to give humongous thanks to  Dennis Bach, who edits the show, wrote the music and produced, and the wonderful broadway babies that sang the ditty 

Madeline Hamlet

and 

Justin McEllroy

Jul 19 2020 · 1hr 7mins

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#098 - Reluctant Kojak Syndrome (Harry James)

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Harry James from Bald Cafe joins us to discuss the psychological impact (as well as some potential causes, cover-ups, and remedies) of male pattern baldness.

Bald Cafe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwBM95HF8Wjnf36i86w3ZQg

Harry's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/baldcafe

Harry's website: http://baldcafe.com

Join us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/renegadeape
Jul 13 2020 · 2hr 7mins
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Glenn Zottola "Life In Jazz" Carnegie Hall and Harry James - Episode 8

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Glenn Zottola, born in Port Chester, New York, is an American jazz trumpeter and saxophonist.  Zottola is known for his work with Lionel Hampton, the Benny Goodman Sextet and Bob Wilber, and has played for a broad range of vocalists, including Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson , Tony Bennett , Mel Torme , Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Williams. He has recorded over 50 albums, performed at major jazz festivals throughout the world, and was a featured soloist at Benny Goodman's Carnegie Hall 50th Anniversary in 1988. In 1995, Zottola was band leader on the Suzanne Somers daytime TV Talk Show at Universal Studios.  Recently he has recorded a series of albums on the Music Minus One record label and Classic Jazz record label paying tribute to jazz legends including Charlie Parker, Stan Getz, Clifford Brown and Ben Webster.  The most recent album, Glenn Zottola "A Jazz Life," is a 2 CD anthology of selected tracks with many celebrities including Chick Corea, Suzanne Somers and many more.

Jun 11 2020 · 10mins

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The Harry James Show - US Navy - 1949 - with His Music Makers

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US Navy sponsored program featuring Harry James and His Music Makers with announcer Don Wilson. Guests: Gilda Malkin and The Skylarks. Songs: "Renagal Jump" "Hold Me" "So Tired" "Shine" More like this in the playlist "Big Band - Jazz"
Jun 10 2020 · 18mins
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Harry James Armed Force's Radio

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May 25 2020 · 1min
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Episode 47: Harry James Angus

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The very first song added to the Ever-growing Playlist of Joy was The Chariot by Melbourne, Australia band The Cat Empire. Today's guest is a member of that band. A man integrally responsible for many moments of happiness in my life, and that of hundreds and thousands of others around the world. The episode begins very reflective and sober, then works in to the excitement of songwriting, performing, and the energy between performers and audience that really creates an undeniable feeling. AFL and somehow even cricket get a mention, burnt coffee and a healthy mix of routine with improvisation. Even some Old Fashioned Mayhem! Check out Harry's new song now.
May 17 2020 · 34mins
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One Night Stand - Harry James And His Music Makers - June 29, 1944

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The Armed Forces Radio Service broadcast this "One Night Stand" program on June 29, 1944. Harry James and His Music Makers along with vocalists Buddy DiVito and Kitty Kallen were the featured artists. Here is the playlist: Harry James Theme Song - Ciribiribin, Loveless Love, Two Heavens (Buddy DiVito), A Fellow On Furlough (Kitty Kallen), St. Louis Blues, This Must Be Love (Buddy DiVito), In A Moment of Madness (Kitty Kallen), Flatbush Flannagan, And So Little Time (Buddy DiVito), Beat Dragon Blues, 920 Special - ends the program. More "One Night Stand" programs in the "Big Band / Jazz" Playlist.
May 14 2020 · 30mins
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Harry James Angus from the Cat Empire - Vocal technique and the art of allowing

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I’m lucky enough to call Mr Harry James Angus a really good friend, he’s the twin front man of The Cat Empire and a phenomenal solo artist as well. He has done so many amazing things in music and we are so lucky to have him on the show today. Harry really opens up and shares some of his struggles with being in a very popular ‘party band’ where you are expected to ‘put on a show’. He gives us real insight into what that’s really like as well as so much more. 

Here's what we chatted about: 

  • Living in the Northern Rivers and having a place to come home to
  • We go into detail about the role of practice as a musician 
  • Vocal technique and the art of allowing things to flow 
  • Is there another road and a deeper way to find self expression
  • Confidence on stage as a performer vs a truthful performance 
  • What success means to Harry
  • Writing, mixing and cannibalising songs 
  • Relying on old tricks and learning how to get out of your own way 

Some of our favourite quotes from this episode. 

“For me, practice the last few years has been all inclusive” its’ been sitting down at the piano, singing and working on my attitude in others things as well” 

“You think you have to try so hard to make the music happen and really the deepest and most powerful music is actually effortless” ….and all your effort is just a blockage getting in the way of a river of music that is always way”

“I just feel like we are crying out for performers who can find the ‘still small voice“

“I’ve gotten to this place where I’m unravelled and I’ve got to build myself back up again into something different and even stronger” 


Links

Harry James Angus New Album - Struggle with Glory
https://www.harryjamesangus.com.au/strugglewithglory

The Cat Empire
https://thecatempire.com/

The Cat Empire - Stolen Diamonds
https://open.spotify.com/album/5rBBzpcqb4eyNRKbqHOQev

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This was such an uplifting soulful conversation! Hope you enjoy it and would love for you to reach out and start a conversation with us on Instagram here

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Apr 15 2019 · 1hr 1min
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Harry James 1971

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David Goldin established Radio Yesteryear in 1965 as a mail order company offering tapes of classic radio broadcasts to collectors. In 1970, after much success in packaging these materials for release by other record labels, he created Radiola Records as the first label devoted to reissuing radio broadcasts. Radiola, and its sister label Sandy Hook Records, went on to issue more than 300 releases on vinyl (and later cassettes and compact discs as well). These releases covered a wide range of content first broadcast during the Golden Age of Radio, from spoken word drama and comedy, to variety and music programming. Continuing with part two of Harry James, I am going to present Harry James 1971. This was a live broadcast issued on the Sandy Hook label in 1984 thus the reason for the short history. It is a great concert and I hope you enjoy the music from Harry James and his Music Makers 1971. Please visit this podcast at http://bigbandbashfm.blogspot.com
Jan 19 2019 · 57mins
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