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9 thoughts on “ House Of Sarah - The Hit Parade - The Sound Of The Hit Parade (CD, Album)

  1. Your Hit Parade is an American radio and television music program that was broadcast from to on radio, and seen from to on television. It was sponsored by American Tobacco's Lucky Strike cigarettes. During this year run, the show had 19 orchestra leaders and 52 singers or groups. Many listeners and viewers casually referred to the show with the incorrect title The Hit.
  2. The Hit Parade record for JSH UK record label producing 7" vinyl singles in limited editions. The first Hit Parade single “Forever" was released in with a mock-vorticist manifesto. A year later The Hit Parade signed to Stiff Records but the label went out of business before anything (other than a track on a compilation album) was.
  3. Your Hit Parade (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  4. Oct 04,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Sound Of The Hit Parade on Discogs. Label: Sarah Records - SARAH CD,JSH Records - SARAH CD • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Indie Rock/5(9).
  5. Sep 13,  · Your Hit Parade as broadcast June 2, Dorothy Collins, Giselle McKenzie, Russell Arms and Snooky Lanson with Raymond Scott and the Hit Parade Orchestra. TV from the golden age.
  6. This opening volume in Dynamic Sounds' Hit Parade CD series -- covering the s and a big chunk of the '50s -- comes off as one of the best of the lot; that's mostly because it opens with two killer swing instrumentals, "In the Mood" and "Frenesi," by Glenn Miller and Artie Shaw, respectively, and it's hard to beat any compilation that starts off that way.
  7. YOUR HIT PARADE sponsored by American Tobacco's Lucky Strike Cigarettes was broadcast from to on radio and to on television. During this 24 year run, the show had 19 orchestra leaders and 52 various singers or groups. Many listeners and viewers casually referred to the show with the incorrect title of "The Hit Parade".
  8. Apparently, having started the Your Hit Parade series with (the actual Your Hit Parade radio series ran from to ), the compilers felt obliged to feature only music that wouldn't sound too out of place in an earlier era. While the Time Life albums covering the '40s and early '50s consist mostly of the year's biggest hits, with a.

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