Week 292 – Music from the Midlands

On this week’s show John Leeming is recalling the Cinema Organ Society’s 2018 Midlands & Wales and Wales convention. We visit the Fentham Hall Compton, Burton-On-Trent Wurlitzer, Buttermarket Wurlitzer and Tywyn Wurlitzer with contrasting range of styles from the performers!

You can use the above player or you can download the show using the usual Dropbox Link!

 

Music played 

Track Artist Organ Record Label Year
Goody Goody David Gray  

Buttermarket Shrewsbury

3/10 Wurlitzer

 

Private Recording 2018
 

All The Things You Are

 

Jonathan Eyre  

Fentham Hall, Hampton-in-Arden

3/11 Compton

 

Private Recording 2018
The Joint Is Jumpin’ Keith Evans  

Fentham Hall, Hampton-in-Arden

3/11 Compton

 

Private Recording 2018
For You Nicholas Martin  

Town Hall Burton-on-Trent

3/8 Wurlitzer

 

Private Recording 2018
Autumn Leaves/Lullaby Of The Leaves David Lowe  

Neuadd Pendre, Tywyn

3c/9 Wurlitzer

 

Private Recording 2018
Rosamund/Fairy Frolic David Shepherd  

Fentham Hall, Hampton-in-Arden

3/11 Compton

 

Private Recording 2018
Moonlight Serenade

Chatanooga Choo-Choo

In The Mood

Andrew Nix & Tony Stace  

Fentham Hall, Hampton-in-Arden

3/11 Compton & Yamaha HX1

 

Private Recording 2018
Fly Me To The Moon Adam Evans  

Neuadd Pendre, Tywyn

3c/9 Wurlitzer

 

Private Recording 2018
Nights Of Gladness Richard Hills  

Fentham Hall, Hampton-in-Arden

3/11 Compton

 

Private Recording 2018

The producer would like to thank the following people; Mike Carter, Damon Willetts & The Midlands and Wales District of the Cinema Organ Society, John Smallwood, Cameron Lloyd & members of the Shropshire Theatre Organ Trust and finally Michael Thompson and the crew at Burton Town Hall.


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