Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Jazz-O-Rama Live for Tuesday, June 21, 2016, Joe Bev presents "Time Out for Brubeck"


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Joe Bev presents 
"Time Out for Brubeck"
Two Hours of The Dave Brubeck Quartet 
(from 1954 to 2007)




01
Here Lies Love 
Dave Brubeck at Storyville - 1954
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Paul Desmond (alto sax)
Bob Bates (bass)

Joe Dodge (drums)

02 

Fare Thee Well, Annabelle 
Jazz Red Hot & Cool - 1955
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Paul Desmond (alto sax)
Bob Bates (bass)
Joe Dodge (drums)



03 
Blue Rondo A La Turk 
Time Out  - 1959


04 
Take Five  
Time Out - 1959

05 

Unsquare Dance 
Time Out - 1959
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Paul Desmond (alto saxophone)

Eugene Wright (bass)
Joe Morello (drums)


06 

Basin Street Blues 
Gone With The Wind - 1960


07 
Far More Blue 
Time Further Out - 1961 

08 

Back to Earth 
Countdown Time in Outer Space - 1962

09 

Three to Get Ready 
Live At Carnegie Hall - 1963

10 

Theme From 'Mr. Broadway' 
Jazz Impressions of New York - 1964
Developed out of Brubeck's association with the CBS television show Mr. Broadway starring Craig Stevens.



11
Time in 
Time in - 1965

12 

Alice In Wonderland 
The Duets - 1975
Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond. It was the only album the pair made that solely featured them as a duo.



13 

Swing Bells 
Blue Rondo - 1987
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Chris Brubeck (electric bass and bass trombone)
 Bill Smith (clarinetist)
Randy Jones (drums)



14 
Linus And Lucy 
Quiet As the Moon - 1991
Cover Art  – Charles M. Schulz
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Chris Brubeck (electric bass)
Bobby Militello (flute)
Randy Jones (drums)


15 

It's Only a Paper Moon 
Paper Moon - 1981, 1992 reissue
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Chris Brubeck (bass trombone)
Jerry Bergonzi (tenor Saxophone & bass)
Randy Jones (drums)




16 
Newport Waltz 
Just You, Just Me - 1994
Dave Brubeck (piano)


18 
Here's That Rainy Day 
Late Night Brubeck (Live at the Blue Note) - 1994
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Bobby Militello (alto, tenor and flute)
Jack Six (bass)
Randy Jones (drums)


19 

Unsquare Dance LIVE 
Dave Brubeck In Moscow - 1999
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Bill Smith (clarinet)
Chris Brubeck (electric bass and bass trombone)
Randy Jones (drums)



20 
Crescent City Stomp 
Park Avenue South - 2002
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Bobby Militello (alto, tenor and flute)
Michael Moore (double bass)
Randy Jones (drums)




21
You'll Never Know 
Indian Summer - 2007
Dave Brubeck (piano)
-- at age 86, with nearly 60 years of recording behind him and nearly 50 since he shook up the jazz world with his landmark Time Out album.
Birth name    David Warren Brubeck
Born    December 6, 1920
Concord, California, U.S.
Died    December 5, 2012 (aged 91)
Norwalk, Connecticut, U.S.
Genres    Jazz, cool jazz, West Coast jazz, third stream
Occupation(s)    Musician, composer, bandleader
Instruments    Piano
Years active    1940s–2012



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Sunday, June 19, 2016

The Comedy-O-Rama Hour "Blast from the Past #4": The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes:“A Study in Lavender” & Old Time Radio Parodies, Episode 4:"Brute Ballingham, Private Detective"


Henry J. Quinn, Jan Meredith, Joe Bevilacqua and Vernon Morris
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour
"Blast from the
Past #4":
The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes:
 “A Study in Lavender”

Old Time Radio Parodies,

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Written by William Melillo and produced and directed by Joe Bevilacqua. Featured in the cast were Joe Bevilacqua, Jan Meredith, William Melillo, Alison Nead, and Jay Snyder. (28:03)



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PART 1: The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes, Episode 4:
"Sherlock Holmes in Trouble"
by Daws Butler.
Produced and Directed by Joe Bevilacqua.
Vernon Morris as Sherlock Holmes

Cast:
Holmes: Vernon Morris
Watson: Henry J. Quinn
Mrs. Hudson: Jan Meredith
Bert Stover: Joe Bevilacqua

AUDIO BOOK Length: 4 hours& 56 min.


Comedy and mystery are happy bedfellows in The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes. Veteran award-winning radio producer Joe Bevilacqua’s ten-part radio theater series pays humorous homage to the classic characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The stories are filled with sly references to the original “Canon,” and even the Baker Street Irregulars and other Holmesian groups and scholars have enjoyed this about the series.

Titles include:
Episode One: “The Mystery of the Creepy Hack Writer”
Episode Two: “My Dinner at Baker Street”
Episode Three: “Sherlock Holmes in Trouble”
Episode Four: “A Study in Lavender”
Episode Five: “The Death of Mr. Sherlock Holmes”
Episode Six: “The Giant Rat of Sumatra”
Episode Seven: “Tales From the Vienna Wards”
Episode Eight: “His Second to Last Bow”
Episode Nine: “Revenge of the Beekeeper”
Episode Ten: “Holmes’ Creepy Christmas”


Old-Time Radio Parodies by Joe Bevilacqua, William Melillo, Robert J. Cirasa
PART 2:
Old Time Radio Parodies,
Episode 4: 
"Brute Ballingham, Private Detective"

Written, Produced and Directed by by Joe Bevilacqua

CAST: Joe Bevilacqua, William Melillo, Alison Nead, Peter Nevargic, Thomas Babkowski. and Jay Snyder.

INCLUDED IN: The New & Old Time Radio Collection
Length: 8 hours  8 CD Set or Download

A tribute to the golden age of radio from veteran producer Joe Bevilacqua, The New Stories of Old Time Radio is a collection of radio dramas and parodies featuring beloved radio characters and shows.


The New Stories of Old Time Radio: 
Volume One, Set One
Produced, directed, and voiced by Joe Bevilacqua, with Lorie Kellogg, this is the first anthology of new fiction based on the beloved old-time radio characters and shows.

The New Stories of Old Time Radio:
 “Fibber McGee” and “Duffy’s Tavern” 
A follow-up to the first volume, this radio theater production features two new old-time radio stories, complete with sound effects and music.

Old Time Radio Parodies: 
The Best of Comedy-O-Rama Hour, Season Two 

Producer Joe Bevilacqua parodies some of the most beloved old-time radio shows, including The Shadow, The Lone Ranger, The Green Hornet, and War of the Worlds.


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Wednesday, June 1, 2016

The Diana Canova Experience about her mom Judy Canova


Diana & Judy Canova
THE JOE BEV EXPERIENCE:
The Diana Canova Experience about her mom Judy Canova


Diana Canova made her television acting debut in a 1974 episode of Happy Days portraying Richie's date who is taller than he. She later guest-starred on episodes of Chico and the Man and Starsky and Hutch and appeared in television films before landing the role of Corinne Tate on Soap in 1977, opposite Katherine Helmond. She remained with the series until 1980. In 1979, she made an appearance on Barney Miller as nude dancer/prostitute/graduate student Stephanie Wolf in "Strip Joint" (Season 6, Episode 6.


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Later, in 1980, ABC executives offered Canova her own television series, starring alongside Danny Thomas in I'm a Big Girl Now. The show lasted just one season. She was cast as Sandy Beatty in Throb!, a sitcom which was broadcast in syndication from 1986

to 1988. In 1990, she played Maggie McCauley in an episode of 
Murder, She Wrote, entitled "Murder: According to Maggie". In 1993, Canova co-starred in the ABC sitcom Home Free. Since the mid-1990s, she has mainly done voice work for cartoons in video shorts. In 1995, she played "Jenny" in a revival of Stephen Sondheim's .

Judy Canova (November 20, 1913 – August 5, 1983)  born Juliette Canova, (some sources indicate Julietta Canova), was an American comedian, actress, singer, andradio personality. She appeared on Broadway and in films. She hosted her own self-titled network radio program, a popular series broadcast from 1943 to 1955.

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CAST OF THE JUDY CANOVA RADIO SHOW
When bandleader Rudy Vallée offered the still-teenaged Canova a guest spot on his radio show in 1931, The Fleischmann Hour, the door opened to a career that spanned more than five decades. The popularity of the Canova family led to numerous performances on radio in the 1930s, and they made their Broadway theater debut in the revue Calling All Stars. An offer from Warner Bros. led to several bit parts before she signed with Republic Pictures. She recorded for the RCA Victorlabel and appeared in more than two dozen Hollywood films, playing leading roles as well as supporting parts, including Scatterbrain (1940), Joan of Ozark (1942), and Lay That Rifle Down (1955).

The Canovas as they appeared on The Chase and Sanborn Hour in 1938 from left: Judy, Zeke, and Annie


In 1943, she began her own radio program, The Judy Canova Show, that ran for twelve years—first on CBS and then on NBC. Playing herself as a love-starved Ozark bumpkin dividing her time between home and Southern California, Canova was accompanied by a cast that included voicemaster Mel Blanc as Pedro (using the accented voice he later gave the cartoon character Speedy Gonzales) and Sylvester (using the voice that later became associated with the Looney Tunes character); Ruth Perrott as Aunt Aggie; Ruby Dandridge as Geranium; Joseph Kearns as Benchley Botsford; and Sharon Douglas as Brenda. Gale GordonSheldon Leonard, Gerald Mohr, and Hans Conried also appeared sporadically
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