Editor's note: pretty self-explanatory as a behind the scenes look at the military training of the U. S. Air Force in the 1950s. Simple but interesting as most audio recordings from that era tend to be.
by various artists; performed by the New York Harp Ensemble: Barbara Pnewska, Eva Jaslar, Sandra Bitterman, Pattee Cohen; Aristid von Wurlzler, Director and Soloist
MUSICAL HERITAGE SOCIETY
Variations on a Theme of Corelli - Aristid Von Wurltzer
Granada-Serenada - Isaac Albeniz
Capriccio - Aristid Von Wurltzer
Zarabana from Partita II in C (Ciclo Pianistico) - Joaquin Turina
Intermezzo (from Hary Janos) by Zoltan Kodaly
Editor's note: I'll admit to playing this as background music simply because it's not original works and thus I didn't really pay attention. An odd thing to say as a blogger but that's how I feel about remakes unless they are exceptionally good or bad with a preference for the latter.
Editor's note: it didn't take much foresight to see that this record would be as bad as its predecessors by Blowfly and that was the whole purpose of buying it. A raunchy and bawdy record with dated humor that is still better than anything being put out today. The sad part is that the internet is filled with copycat humorists rehashing old bits from classics such as this and trademarking it as their own. Which is why comedy is a such a dismal at nowadays.
I came across this record on a few blogs and managed to track down some audio from WFMU's site. I would love to hear more from this honky-tonkin' caterwaulin' queen. Listen to the tracks below and I think you will too!