|Kenny Savoy (Harpo), Joe Bevilacqua (Bud Abbott) |
and Bob Greenberg (Lou Costello)
On this week's The Joe Bev Hour: a new version of Abbott and Costello's Who's on First?, rare Janis Joplin, Thanksgiving themed cartoons, Shakespeare and the first new installment of Duffy's Tavern since 1954.
|Lorie Kellogg (Gracie Allen) |
and Joe Bevilacqua (Bud Abbott)
on the Comedy-O-Rama Hour
|All these shows can be downloaded|
as an audio book.
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Abbott & Costello in the Catskills is available from Blackstone Audio and Waterlogg Productions: ABBOTT & COSTELLO LINK
|The Comedy-O-Rama Hour|
Camp Waterlogg: Abbott and Costello
Meet Ranger Joe part 2
''Hey, Aaaaaabott!!'' The Comedy-O-Rama Hour will present the second of two tributes to the legendary comedy team Abbott & Costello. It is all part of this week's Camp Waterlogg segments, featuring special guest star Bob Greenberg. During the comedy hour, Ranger Joe goes back in time to 1938 and meets Abbott & Costello--played by Bevilacqua and Greenberg, respectively, in sketches performed and recorded before a live audience. Joe also sings a rousing rendition of Cab Calloway's Minnie the Moocher. Lorie Kellogg is heard as Gracie Allen, among other characters.
Comedy sketches performed include “Lambchops” (Bud Abbott and Gracie Allen) and “Who’s on First?” (Bud Abbott and Lou Costello). During the curtain call, Bud Abbott sings “Minnie the Moocher.”
|The Jazz-O-Rama Hour|
Music and News of 1929
When My Dreams Come True from THE COCOANUTS
by the Australian Cinema Orchestra will be among
the 78 RPM records heard.
Talking pictures, Popeye, Tin-Tin, Color TV--just a few things that came to flourish in 1929, says Jazz-O-Rama host Joe Bev, who also voices Mr. Jazzbo and a new character Walter Walters (a tribute to Walter Winchell) on the show. This week Bev as Walters announces news of 1929.
78 RPM records included in the hour:
St. Louis Blues - Adrian Schubert and the Six Black Diamonds
Bajo la Luna - Bob Haring Colonial Club Orchestra
Roses Of Picardy - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies
Ploddin Along - Anson Weeks and his Orchestra
When My Dreams Come True - Australian Cinema Recording
Through - Phil Spitalny Orchestra
Broadway - Arthur Rosebery and his Kit-Cat Dance Band - From the Universal Talking Production
Georgia Pines - Marlow Hardy and his Alabamians
I'm on a Diet of Love - George Olsen Orchestra
Mona - George Olsen Orchestra
Me And The Clock - Roy Ingraham and His Orchestra
Fox Movietone Follies Of 1929 - The Brunswick Salon Orchestra
Marbles - Herman Waldman Orchestra
From Moonshine to Armadillos (audiobook)
The Birth of the Austin Music Scene
℗ 2012 by Waterlogg Productions
The Joe Bev ExperienceFrom Moonshine to Armadillos: The Birth of the Austin Music Scene
Veteran award-winning producer Joe Bevilacqua hosts this hour long program outlining the History of Threadgill's and Armadillo World Headquarters and their contribution to the birth of the Austin music scene and their influence on the Nashville Sound and Country Rock. Featuring commentary and music by many of the key players of the 1920s-1960s.
This program offers a soup to nuts history of Austin's growth into the live music Mecca that it's become today. The show is more than just contemporary talking heads and music--it features an amazing collection of archival interviews and recordings (including tape of some never-before-heard early Janis Joplin performances, which should qualify as an authentic archival treasure). The production is well put-together, flowing smoothly between many different elements. - Eric Nuzum, NPR's Vice President for Programming.
The Cartoon Carnival Thanksgiving Special
Joe Bevilacqua's alter ego, noted newsman Walter Cockeyed fills in again as host and presents a wide array of classic and rare holiday themed cartoon, record and radio audio, including Arthur Q. Bryan, Mel Blanc and Sarah Berner in Friz Freleng's The Hardship of Miles Standish (1938); selections from Stan Freberg Presents the United States of America; Jack Benny has a Turkey Dream (1947), with Mel Blanc, Bea Benaderet, Eddie Rochester Anderson, Frank Nelson and the Sportsman Quartet; Jack Mercer in Pilgrim Popeye (1951); Daws Butler and Don Messick in the Yogi Bear cartoon Rah-Rah Bear! (1959); and listener Kevin Butler (TVParty.com) talks about the history CBS Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Orson Welles: Joe Bevilacqua;
Archie: Joe Bevilacqua;
Eddie: Aundrae Dair;
Miss Duffy: Lorie Kellogg;
Allen Jenkins: Jim Folly
Finnegan: Kenny Savoy;
Edward G. Robinson: Joe Bevilacqua;
Officer Clancy: Kenny Savoy;
Shriner #1 (Bogie): Joe Bevilacqua;
Shriner #2 (Cagney): Kenny Savoy;
Shriner #3 (Grant): Jim Folly;
Shriner #4 (Cooper): Joe Bevilacqua;
Mob Voice/Art Dealer #1: Lorie Kellogg;
Mob Voice/Art Dealer #2: Aundrae Dair;
Mob Voice/Art Dealer #3: Kenny Savoy;
Announcer: Joe Bevilacqua;
Igor (Lorre): Kenny Savoy;
Boris (Karloff): Jim Folly;
Harpo Marx: Kenny Savoy;
Chico Marx: Jim Folly.
|The Joe Bev Audio Theater|
A Midsummer Night's Dream part 1, The Unlucky Merchant, and a new Duffy's Tavern: If We All Talked Like Allen Jenkins
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The Jazz-O-Rama Hour
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at 10 pm Fridays
Cartoon Carnival at 7 am Saturdays
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