Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


96350. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote, supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The show was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Love Is The Thing." The second tune is, "Sophisticated Lady" (composed in 1932), played without the feeling of Ellington, but a lot more danceable. The announcer recognizes Jean Harlowe, "sitting right over there." She "requests" a tune. Harlowe died June 7, 1937, putting an upper date on the series. The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Dick Webster (vocal). 14:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

96349. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote, supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Learn To Croon," sung by Dick Webster (who's a pretty good crooner). Don't miss the bouncing and intricate arrangement of, "I've Got Rhythm." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Dick Webster (vocal), GoGo DeLys (vocal). 13:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

96348. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote, supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Beloved." The announcer mentions that Carole Lombard has requested the band play to, "The St. Louis Blues." Jimmie and the boys oblige. The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Harry Foster (vocal), GoGo DeLys (vocal). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94359. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2B, Series K. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "At The Bottom Of The Hill." The date is approximate. Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra, Jack Howard (vocal), The Three Blue Keys. 14:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94358. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2A, Series K. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Tell Me Tonight." The date is approximate. Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra, Bill Anderson (vocal), Jack Howard (vocal), The Three Blue Keys. 14:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94357. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #11B, Series J. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Love Is The Sweetest Thing." The date is approximate. Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra, Jack Howard (vocal), The Three Blue Keys. 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94356. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #11A, Series J. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "I'd Be Telling A Lie." The date is approximate. Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra, Jack Howard (vocal), The Three Blue Keys, Rusty Bennett (vocal). 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94355. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #5B, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Y-O-U, Just Plain You." The date is approximate. James Newell (vocal), Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Leah Ray (vocal). 12:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94354. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #5A, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "How Can You Say No?" The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Leah Ray (vocal). 13:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94353. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #4B, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Suzanne." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Lee Norton (vocal), Jack Smith (vocal). 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94352. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #4A, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Seven Little Steps To Heaven." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Leah Ray (vocal). 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94351. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #3B, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Oh, Oh Marie." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Leah Ray (vocal). 13:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94350. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #3A, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "A Million Dreams." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Jeffrey Gill (vocal), Jack Smith (vocal), Leah Ray (vocal). 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94349. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2B, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "A Boy and A Girl Were Dancing." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Jeffrey Gill (vocal), Leah Ray (vocal), The Three Ambassadors. 13:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94348. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2A, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Mimi." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Leah Ray (vocal). 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94347. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #4B, Series F. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Love Me Tonight." The date is approximate. The Three Rhythm Kings, Phil Harris and His Orchestra, James Newell (vocal). 13:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94346. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #4A, Series F. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Got A Date With An Angel." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, George Plumstead (vocal), Leah Ray (vocal). 13:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94345. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #1B, Series F. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Goofus." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, James Newell (vocal). 13:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94344. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #1A, Series F. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program actually was recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "I'm Making Hay In The Moonlight." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Leah Ray (vocal). 13:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94343. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #10B, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Rain On The Roof." The date is approximate, but since "Rain On The Roof" wasn't written until 1932, earlier dating of these programs is unlikely. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Dick Webster (vocal), The Three Cheers, Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr., Donald Novis. 13:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94342. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #10A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program actually was recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Sweet Georgia Brown." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, The Three Cheers, Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr., Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal). 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94341. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #9B, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Love Goes On Just The Same." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, The Three Cheers, Kenny Allen, E. J. Derry Jr., Travis Hale, Dick Webster (vocal), Loyce Whiteman (vocal). 14:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94340. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #9A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "We've Got To Put That Sun Back In The Sky." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal). 12:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94338. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "When It's Sleepytime Down South." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Loyce Whiteman (vocal). 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94339. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8B, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "I Promise You." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Dick Webster (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Ambassadors. 13:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94337. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #7A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Down Among The Sleepy Pines." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Jean Schock (vocal), The Three Ambassadors, Donald Novis (vocal). 13:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94336. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #6A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "(You've Got To) Bend Down Sister." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Donald Novis (vocal). 13:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94335. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #5B, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "You Could Have Been The One, Baby." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal). 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94334. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #5A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Freddy The Freshman." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Loyce Whiteman (vocal). 12:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94333. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2B, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "I Need Loving." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Jean Schock (vocal), The Three Ambassadors, Dick Webster (vocal). 13:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94332. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "The Parade Of The Puppets." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Ambassadors. 12:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94331. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #11B, Series B. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "You Don't Need Glasses (To See I'm In Love)." The date is approximate. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Dave Marshall (vocal), Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Harry Barris (vocal). 13:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94330. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #10B, Series B. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Come Take Me." The date is approximate, Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Dave Marshall (vocal), Harry Barris (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal). 12:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94328. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #7B, Series B. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Star Dust." The date is approximate. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Loyce Whiteman (vocal). 12:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94329. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #10A, Series B. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "I Don't Know Why." The date is approxiamte. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Loyce Whiteman (vocal), The Three Ambassadors. 13:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94327. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #7A, Series B. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "I'm Just A fool In Love With You." The date is approximate. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Jack Smith (vocal), Loyce Whiteman (vocal). 12:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94326. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #4B, Series B. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Look in The Looking Glass." The date is approximate. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Loyce Whiteman (vocal), The Three Ambassadors. 12:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94325. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #4A, Series B. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Sing A Little Jingle." The date is approximate. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Jack Smith (vocal), Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal). 12:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94006. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8A, Series K. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Announced as a band remote from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Tell Me I'm Wrong." The date is approximate. Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Naomi Warner (vocal), Leighton Noble (vocal), Lee Norton (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

94005. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8B, Series K. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Announced as a band remote from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The program was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "In A Shelter From A Shower." The date is approximate. Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Larry Stanley (vocal), Joy Carroll (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93559. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2B, Series D. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "That's Why I'm Jealous Of You." Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Margaret Lawrence (vocal), The Three Cheers, Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr., Donald Novis (vocal). 13:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93558. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2A, Series D. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Tired." Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal), Margaret Lawrence (does a great blues vocal to "What Did You Do With It?"). 13:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93557. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #13B, Series C. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "I Found You." Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr., Margaret Lawrence (vocal), Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Cheers. 13:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93556. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #13A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Just Friends." Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Dick Webster (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal), Margaret Lawrence (vocal, a delightful band singer). 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93555. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #12B, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "I Loves Ya." Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr., Margaret Lawrence (vocal), The Three Cheers. 13:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93554. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #12A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Starlight." Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Cheers, Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), E. J. Derry Jr., Margaret Lawrence (vocal, note the unusual tremolo in her voice), Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra. 13:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93553. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #11B, Series C. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "You're My Everything." Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal), Dick Webster (vocal), The Three Cheers, Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr.. 13:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93552. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #11A, Series C. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "We Met Love." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Margaret Lawrence (vocal, note the unusual tremolo in her voice), Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Cheers, Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr.. 13:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93551. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #5B, Series G. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Honey, What A Pleasure Meeting Up With You. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), The Three Ambassadors, Lee Norton (vocal), Jack Smith (vocal). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93550. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #5A, Series G. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "I'm Playing With Fire." Tom Jaffrey (vocal), Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Lee Norton (vocal), Leah Ray, The Three Ambassadors. 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93549. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #1B, Series G. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Baby." The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Leah Ray (vocal). 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93547. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #9A, Series D. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Used To Be You." Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Kenny Allen (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal). 12:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93546. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8B, Series D. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Too Many Tears." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Kenny Allen (vocal), GoGo DeLys (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 12:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93545. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #6B, Series D. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Hotel Ambassador, Los Angeles. It is actually a studio recording. The first tune is, "Tired." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Dick Webster (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Cheers, Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr., Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 12:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93544. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #6A, Series D. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from The Cocoanut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "By The Fireside." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Donald Novis (vocal), Kenny Allen (vocal), The Three Cheers, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr., Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 12:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93543. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #13B, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Here It Is Monday, and I've Still Got A Dollar." Leah Ray (vocal), Jack Smith (vocal), Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), The Three Ambassadors. 13:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93541. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #9A, Series G. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. Bebe Daniels just danced by. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Young and Healthy." Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), The Three Ambassadors, Lee Norton (vocal). 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93540. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #7B, Series G. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Take Me In Your Arms." Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), The Three Ambassadors, Lee Norton (vocal), Jack Smith (vocal). 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93539. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #7A, Series G. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Black-Eyed Susan Brown." Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Jack Smith (vocal), The Three Ambassadors, Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93538. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #6B, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. When Phil introduces "The Vamp," he mantions that "Theda Bara is sitting over there by that palm tree." The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Hat's Off, Here Comes A Lady." Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Lee Norton, The Three Ambassadors. 13:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93537. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #6A, Series G. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Look Who's Here." Phil Harris and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Leah Ray, Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93536. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #10B, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Flirtation Walk" (a tune that was written in 1934). Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Muzzy Marcellino (vocal, billed as Jack Howard), Howard Phillips (vocal, billed as Phil or Bill Thomas), The Debutantes (billed as The Three Blue Keys), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93535. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #10A, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Stay As Sweet As You Are" (the arrangement sounds exactly like Shep Fields' Rippling Rythm) Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Howard Phillips (billed as Bill or Phil Thomas), Spooky Dickenson (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93534. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #9B, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Too Beautiful For Words" (the arrangement is an exact copy of Shep's Fields' Rippling Rhythm). Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Muzzy Marcellino (vocal, billed as Jack Howard), Candy Candido (vocal), Howard Phillips (vocal, billed as Bill or Phil Thomas), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93533. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #9A, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "You're Blase." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Howard Phillips (vocal, billed as Bill or Phil Thomas), Don Juan Two and Three, Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93532. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #6B, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is a medley starting with, "I Only Have Eyes For You." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Don Juan Two and Three, Howard Phillips (vocal, billed as Phil or Bill Thomas), The Debutantes (billed as The Three Blue Keys), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93531. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #6A, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Here Is My Heart." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Howard Phillips (vocal, billed and Phil or Bill Thomas), Don Juan Two and Three, Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93530. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #5B, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Say It." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Howard Phillips (vocal, billed as Phil or Bill Thomas), Candy Candido (vocal), Don Juan Two and Three, Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93529. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #5A, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "The Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Muzzy Marcellino (vocal, billed as Jack Howard), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93528. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2B, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Have A Little Dream On Me." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Muzzy Marcellino (vocal, billed as Jack Howard), Don Juan Two and Three, Howard Phillips (vocal, billed as Bill Thomas), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93527. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2A, Series M. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Serenade For A Wealthy Widow." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Muzzy Marcellino (vocal, billed as Jack Howard), The Debutantes (billed as The Three Blue Keys), Candy Candido (vocal), Don Juan Two and Three, Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93526. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #11A, Series L. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Love At Last." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Leighton Noble (vocal), The Rhythm Benders, Lee Norton (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93525. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8B, Series L. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "For All We Know." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Sally Coy (vocal), Naomi Warner (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93524. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #1B, Series K. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "Kalhua Lullaby." Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed on this program as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Rusty Bennett (vocal), The Debutantes (billed on this program as The Three Blue Keys), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

93523. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #1A, Series K. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. A band remote supposedly from the Cocoanut Grove of the Hotel Ambassador, Los Angeles. Actually the show originates from a studio. The date is approximate. The first tune is, "You've Got Everything." Muzzy Marcellino (vocal, billed on this program as Jack Howard), Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra (billed on this program as Vincent Valsante and His Orchestra), Rusty Bennett (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

91208. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune heard is, "The Cop On The Corner" (possibly from another program), followed by "The Moon Song." A simulated band remote from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles; it was recorded in a studio. The date is approximate. Jack Smith (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Lee Norton (vocal), Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Leah Ray (vocal). 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

91207. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune is, "The American Girl" and is dedicated to Peggy Joyce Hopkins. A simulated band remote from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. The program is possibly a composite; the date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Leah Ray, Jeffrey Gill (vocal), Jack Smith (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 15:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

91206. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #2. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune is, "Second Honeymoon." A simulated band remote from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador, Los Angeles, it was actually recorded in a studio. Phil sings a great, "The Old Man Of The Mountain." The program may be a composite; the date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Leah Ray (vocal), Lee Norton (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 16:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

91205. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune is, "Sing, Brother, Sing." A simulated band remote from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. Tom Jaffrey does the opening announcement in the voice of "The Kingfish" (of the "Amos 'n' Andy" program). The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Jeffrey Gill (vocal), Leah Ray (vocal). 12:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

62305. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #4A/4B, Series D. Radio Transcription Company Of America syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune of part "A" is, "Love, You Funny Thing." The first tune of "B" is, "I'm Thankful." The date is approximate. The program supposedly originates from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles, it actually was recorded in a studio. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Cheers (vocal), Kenny Allen, Travis Hale, E. J. Derry Jr., GoGo DeLys (vocal), Dick Webster (vocal). 26:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

62304. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #3A/3B, Series D. Radio Transcription Company Of America syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune of part "A" is, "This Is My Love Song." The first tune of part "B" is, "Prisoner Of Love." The date is approximate. The program supposedly originates from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It actually originates from a studio. Donald Novis (vocal), Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Dick Webster (vocal). 28:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

38780. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #1A, Series B. Broadcasters Program Syndicate/Bruce Eells and Associates syndication. Commercials added locally. A band "remote" from the Cocoanut Grove of the Hotel Ambassador. The first tune is "I Found A Million Dollar Baby." Matrix number "A 536" (probably Transco). The re-issue program is listed on the transcription label as program #1 of the, "American Ambassador Orchestra." See also cat. #34461. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Donald Novis, Loyce Whiteman. 13:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

34461. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #1A/1B, Series B. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A transcribed program from "The Cocoanut Grove." Broadcast as two 15-minute shows, or one half-hour program. The first half may be program #1A of series B. The first tune of the first half is, "I Found A Million Dollar Baby," of the second half is, "Any Corner Is A Cozy Corner." The date is approximate. See also cat. #38780. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Ambassadors, Loyce Whiteman (vocal). 27:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

34460. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #13A, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A program supposed originating from "The Cocoanut Grove" of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It actually originates from a studio. The first tune is, "The Cop On the Corner." The second tune is, "Underneath The Harlem Moon." The date is approximate. Leah Ray (vocal), Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Jack Smith (vocal). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

34455. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8B, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. The first tune is, "Shame On You." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), GoGo DeLys (vocal). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

28163. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8A/8B, Series B. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. Broadcast as two fifteen-minute shows or one half-hour program. The first tune of 8A is, "To Be Worthy Of You," of 8B is, "Me." A good show! The date is approximate. The program may also be titled, "Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra." Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Dave Marshall (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal), Harry Barris, The Three Ambassadors. 25:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

21298. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8B, Series G. Radio Transcription Company Of America syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune is, "A Shine On Your Shoes." Phil and Lea do a delightful "Let's Put Out the Lights and Go To Sleep," and don't miss a swinging "Hell's Bells" by the band! The date is approximate. The program supposedly originates from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It actually originates in a studio. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors (vocal), Leah Ray (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

21297. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #8A, Series G. Radio Transcription Company Of America syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune is, "The Moon Song." The date is approximate. The program supposedly originates from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It actually originates in a studio. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Jack Smith (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Lee Norton (vocal). 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

12788. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #542. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It was actually recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "Can't You Read Between The Lines." The date is approximate. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer), Loyce Whiteman (vocal), George Gramlich (vocal). 11:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

12787. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #537. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Hotel Ambassador, Los Angeles. The first tune is, "Just One More Chance." The date is approximate. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Jack Smith (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Ambassadors. 12:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

5502. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune is, "Riddle Me This." The program supposedly originates from "The Coconut Grove of The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles." The program actually originates from a studio. Phil proves himself a pretty good basso with a creditable rendition of, "Asleep In The Deep!" The date is approximate. Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Jeffrey Gill (vocal), Tom Jaffrey (vocal). 13:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

3044. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #1A, Series G. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. The first tune is a spectacular arrangement of, "Buddy, Can You Spare A Dime? The same recording by Phil Harris also appears on, "Hollywood Spotlight," program #31 (see cat. # ). This implies that Transco assembled some programs using parts of other programs. A band remote supposedly from "The Cocoanut Grove, Hollywood," actually the show originates from a studio. The date is approximate. Leah Ray (vocal), Phil Harris and His Orchestra, Tom Jaffrey (announcer). 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

183. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1934. Program #13A/13B,series B. Transco syndication. Commercials added locally. A band remote supposedly originating from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. Two different fifteen-minute shows, possibly meant to be assembled as a half-hour show. The first tune of #13A, is "It's Love." The first tune of #13B is, "You Really Started Something." The date is approximate. Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Loyce Whiteman (vocal), Donald Novis (vocal), The Three Ambassadors, Dave Marshall (vocal). 26:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

99521. Cocoanut Grove Ambassadors. 1935. Program #3A, series C. Transco syndication. Music fill for local commercial insert. The program supposedly originates from the Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel, Los Angeles. It actually was recorded in a studio. The first tune is, "I'll Always Remember September." The date is approximate. Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, The Three Ambassadors, Dick Webster (vocal). 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

Report contains 94 programs.