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ON THE AIR!

 

Freilach Time

Marty Levitt, Klezmer Musician and Radio Host

A SUMMER BROADCAST: JULY 30, 1980

 

 

Song Selection for this Radio Broadcast:

1) Abi gezunt - Barry Sisters

2) Adon Olum - The Zimel Brothers

3) Second Avenue Square Dance - Abe Ellstein Orchestra

4) Erev ba  - The Four Ilons

5) Chasidic Medley - Marty Levitt Orchestra

6) Sheyn vi di levone - Barry Sisters

7) Yaffa - Eliza Aziki

8) Tie a Yellow Ribbon (Yiddish v.) - Harriet Kane

9)  Miami - Miami Choir Boys

10) Yoma yoma - Fraydele and Marilyn (Oysher)

11) Tango Medley - Marty Levitt Orchestra

12) An akterizeh  - Molly Picon

13) Sharm El Sheikh - Ron Eliran


Marty Levitt and his Clarinet.

 

From Marty's son Dave:

Marty is more confident now that the show will keep going. He’s starting to bring more records to the studio for each taping. He gives “shout-outs” to a few legendary musicians in the Jewish music field: Sammy Kutcher as well as his brother “Gypsy” Joe Kutcher. Sammy was a highly regarded trombonist on the NY scene before moving south in the early 1970s. Joe was a xylophonist and also played drums. He was also undefeated in drinking contests back in his Catskills days. Marty is starting to also play more Israeli music in addition to the Yiddish Theatre tunes, etc. The Ellstein track, as well as "Tie a Yellow Ribbon "(in Yiddish), are my favorites from this show. Enjoy!!
 

This is the fourth of a series of re-broadcasts of Marty's "Freilach Time" radio program.

"Freilach Time"
88.9 FM WDNA
Miami, Florida
original broadcast date:
July 30, 1980
time-- 57m 17s

 

 

< Previous broadcast: July 23, 1980
Next broadcast: August 6, 1980 >
 

 

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