ORGAN1st Radio Audio Podcast 98 - October 2015
Alan Ashton - Presenter of ORGAN1st Radio
ORGAN1st Radio is presented by ex-BBC broadcaster Alan Ashton. The monthly sixty-minute Podcast features old and new recordings of theatre organs, electronic organs and keyboards and covers everything from Wersi to Wurlitzer and Hammond to Compton. You can contact Alan Ashton.

You may also like to visit
KlausWunderlich.com a website dedicated to the late German Organist.
This website is maintained by MSS Studios who run ORGAN.co.uk where many current recordings can be purchased.

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Lunch Boxer (Show Theme Tune)
Jerry Allen & His Trio
The Music Of Jerry Allen & His Trio CD

Entrance March
George Blackmore
Hammond Serenades Strauss (LP)

Doctor Doolittle
George Blackmore
Magnificent Music Machine (LP)

Deep Purple
Alan Haven
Haven For Sale / St. Elmo’s Fire CD

Estrelitta
Fele Sowande
Quiet Rhythm (EP)

In A Harbour Town
Charles Smitton
Riding High CD

Tarentella
Klaus Wunderlich
Leichte Kost CD

Whistful Waltz / I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside
Reginald Dixon
Farewell Mr Blackpool (LP)

Espani Cani / Jeanine I Dream Of Lilac Time / Bubbles In The Wine
Byron Melcher
The Entertainers (LP)

You’ll Never Know
Byron Jones
Friends For Life CD

Blauer Himmel
John Kyffin
Cappuccino CD

Indian Summer
John Detroy
Private Tape

Me And The Man In The Moon
Ray Frazier
Reflections Of A Golden Era (LP)

Blue Moon
Bruno Hoff
Swing Classics CD

Five Minutes Of Cheerful Classics
George Blackmore
Private Tape

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