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2. I Love You So Much, Tap Dance Music, Peter Mintun

I Love You So Much, Tap Dance Music, Peter Mintun

Music for rehearsal or performance

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3. Peter Mintun Trio, L'Etoile, San Francisco, 12/31/84

Peter Mintun Trio, L'Etoile, San Francisco, 12/31/84

New Year’s Eve at L’Etoile, Hotel Huntington, San Francisco, California. 36 minutes of dance music, broadcast on KALW-FM 91.7, San Francisco Peter Mintun Trio (John Derning, bass; Jack Bethards, drums) Remote broadcast from L’Etoile Restaurant, December 31, 1984.

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4. Anson Weeks Orchestra - 1932 Transcriptions

Anson Weeks Orchestra - 1932 Transcriptions

San Francisco's favorite dance orchestra in the 1920s and 1930s was Anson Weeks & His Orchestra. His name became synonymous with the Hotel Mark Hopkins, where he played from 1927 to 1934. These rare 1932 programs were recorded in a studio for use on radio. Vocals by Orchestra members Art Wilson, Pete Fylling, Bill Moreing, the Moreing Sisters (Margaret, Marianne and Gertrude Moreing) and guest Fred Scott. Recorded by McGregor & Sollie, 865 Mission Street, San Francisco. Announcer: Walter Bunker, Jr. From the Collection of Jack M. Bethards. See the Anson Weeks Facebook Page. San Francisco's favorite dance band in the 1920s and 1930s was Anson Weeks & His Orchestra. He first became famous in 1927 at the Hotel Mark Hopkins on Nob Hill, where he broadcast frequently. His first commercial recordings were issued by Columbia. This was followed by contracts with Brunswick and later Decca. Most sessions took pace in San Francisco, and others were recorded in cities were the Orchestra was performing, such as Chicago, New York and Los Angeles. Weeks also made many, many electrical transcriptions intended for radio broadcast. Although the announcements (by Walter Bunker, Jr.) made it seem like the broadcasts took place at the Peacock Court of the Hotel, they were produced in the MacGregor & Sollie Studio on 865 Mission Street. In the 1950s he recorded for Fantasy Records in San Francisco.

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5. The Way You Look Tonight - Fred Astaire Packard Hour

The Way You Look Tonight - Fred Astaire Packard Hour

Fred Astaire, the Packard Hour, with Johnny Green Orchestra

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6. Top Of The Town: Peter Mintun Orchestra w. Jesters Vocal Trio, 1989

Top Of The Town: Peter Mintun Orchestra w. Jesters Vocal Trio, 1989

Black & White Ball, circa 1989

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7. Corren & Mintun, September 1983

Corren & Mintun, September 1983

Peter Mintun (piano & vocal) & Donald Corren (piano & vocal) rehearsal, recorded in San Francisco, September 1983. Marx Bros. Medley: Hooray For Captain Spaulding, Monkey Doodle Do, Chico Marx Piano Style (DC). Ev'ryone Says 'I Love You' (DC), Hooray For Captain Spaulding. Happy Feet (DC), My Bluebird's Singin' The Blues (DC), Silly Songs: I Breathe On Windows (PM), My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes, T'Aint No Sin (To Dance Around In Your Bones). Torch Song Trilogy: I've Got To Sing A Torch Song, Thinking Of You (PM), The Man I Love, Where Are You (DC)?

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8. Vocal Groups

Vocal Groups

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9. 1932 - My Silent Love - Bob Causer & His Cornellians

1932 - My Silent Love - Bob Causer & His Cornellians

Bob Causer & His Cornellians, vocal by Paul Small,May 20, 1932

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10. King of Jazz Medley Part 1 and 2

King of Jazz Medley Part 1 and 2

Quentin Maclean, Organ, with Regal Cinema Orchestra (London), Emmanuel Starkey, 1930. Songs: Song of the Dawn/Ragamuffin Romeo/It Happened In Monterey/ I Like To Do Things For You

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11. Peter Mintun: Cheek To Cheek, piano solo

Peter Mintun: Cheek To Cheek, piano solo

Yamaha Piano

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13. Lambeth Walk (from "Me and My Girl")

Lambeth Walk (from

Peter Mintun Orchestra, with Jesters Vocal Trio, circa 1986. Pianos, Peter Mintun & Frederick Hodges.

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14. 1932 Cabin In The Cotton - Bing Crosby with orchestra

1932 Cabin In The Cotton - Bing Crosby with orchestra

Song by Mitchel Parish and Frank Perkins, May 25, 1932

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17. Jim Roseveare, Interview, Paramount Theatre Wurlitzer, Oakland 1985

Jim Roseveare, Interview, Paramount Theatre Wurlitzer, Oakland 1985

Music In The air. Host, Peter Mintun, KALW-FM San Francisco, 1985. Recorded by David Fowler

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18. Piano At The Paramount: Roseveare & Mintun

Piano At The Paramount: Roseveare & Mintun

From a Mothers Day concert of 12 April 1985. Jim Roseveare (Wurlitzer pipe organ) and Peter Mintun (piano).

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19. Track 01 WJZ Call Letters

Track 01 WJZ Call Letters

Announcer

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