• Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films

    Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films From “Blue Jasmine” to “Stardust Memories”, from “Midnight in Paris” to “Hannah and her sisters”, from “Radio Days” to “Mighty Aphrodite”, from “Annie Hall” to “Bullets over Broadway”, Woody Allen has always used jazz in his films. The music underlines the storyline and merges beautifully with each scene. Some of the greatest names in jazz and many of the greatest big bands have featured in his creations: Tommy Dorsey, Billie Holiday, Harry James, Django Reinhardt, Glenn Miller, Bix Beiderbecke, Ben Webster, Sidney Bechet, Louis Armstrong, Chick Webb, Lester Young, Erroll Garner, Artie Shaw, King Oliver, Red Garland, Jelly Roll Morton, and many more … Upload the album here : https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Artistes_multiples_Songs_...

    published: 07 Oct 2013
  • Fred Allen radio show 6/27/48 Jack Benny / Stop the Music

    In the last show of the season, the success of the competing show "Stop the Music" is mocked. The denizens of Allen's Alley discuss their upcoming vacations. In a sketch, Fred goes to visit his nemesis, Jack Benny. otrcomedy.blogspot.com

    published: 27 Jun 2014
  • Steve Allen shows you around Twickenham

    LBC 97.3 presenter Steve Allen gives you a guided tour of his hometown Twickenham - and all the characters he talks about every morning!

    published: 07 Dec 2011
  • Radio in Bewegung. Auf allen Wegen

    Veranstaltet in Kooperation mit dem Verband Privater Rundfunk und Telemedien (VPRT). Video killed the radio Star? Eher nicht. Radio ist nicht nur UKW. Radio ist Audio-Experience. Und das Hören wird immer beliebter. Neue Techniken schaffen neue Möglichkeiten. Und es gibt gute Gründe, gerade digital auf Audio zu setzen. Was können Radios von neuen Playern lernen? Was können sie besser? Was geht zusammen noch besser? Impulsvorträge mit anschließender Diskussion: Roger Hofmann: Bereit für das Radio der Zukunft: Was kann der radioplayer? Daniel Zoll: Broadcasting im Wandel der Zeit, one-to-one statt one-to-many Speaker Roger Hofmann, Leiter Digital, HIT RADIO FFH Daniel Zoll, Redaktionsleiter, JAM FM Moderation Sebastian Artymiak, Leiter Medientechnologie, Verband Privater Rundfunk ...

    published: 02 May 2016
  • Woody Allen - Radio Days

    published: 25 May 2010
  • Allen & Heath xb14 desk intro

    Rough and ready video giving an overview of the set up for the new desk in the studio. Where I get cut off at the end I was going to say anything above the ON buttons should be left completely alone.

    published: 05 Oct 2014
  • Burns & Allen radio show 10/14/40 What's Wrong with Gracie?

    George thinks Gracie's acting even stranger than usual, and the sound man suggests that she see a psychiatrist. otrcomedy.blogspot.com

    published: 14 Oct 2014
  • Woody Allen - Días de Radio

    Por: Maria Angel Orjuela Días de Radio fue una película dirigida y escrita por Woody Allen en el año 1987 en Estados Unidos. Woody, reconocido por el manejo de la “realidad de sus personajes” involucrándolos en contextos cotidianos norteamericanos en especial de la ciudad de Nueva York, es además considerado por muchos analistas cinematográficos como uno de los mejores directores del siglo XX por su inmensa capacidad narrativa y cómica dentro de una “irrealidad ficticia” aparentemente creíble del cine, que transcurre paralela a la verdadera realidad (Fonte, 2007). Ahora bien, el contenido de este largometraje está basado básicamente en una experiencia vivencial del director y guionista, quién a partir de situaciones anecdóticas recrea parte esencial de su infancia, pues describe delibe...

    published: 21 Aug 2014
  • LBC's Steve Allen Discusses the Issue of Obesity

    LBC radio presenter Steve Allen discusses the issue of obesity in his own inimitable style. Steve Allen: http://www.lbc.co.uk/steve-allen-3528

    published: 13 Jun 2015
  • Fred Allen radio show 1/9/49 H. Allen Smith / Literary Panel

    The guest is author H. Allen Smith, who participates in a comic roundtable about his book. There's also the usual walk down "Main Street" (renamed from Allen's Alley for the sponsor, Ford.) www.otrcomedy.com

    published: 09 Jan 2014
  • George Burns and Gracie Allen Radio Show Gracies Murder Mystery otr old time radio

    The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show. January 10, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Grape-Nuts. The cast does Gracie's new murder mystery, "Slay It With Music," or, "Love Begins At Eight Dollars and Forty cents." Gracie sings, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen." Tony Martin sings, "When The Mighty Organ Played O Promise Me." The program is also known as, "The Grape-Nuts Flakes Program."

    published: 25 Oct 2015
  • Fred Allen radio show 10/11/39 Satire on Surveys and Polls

    Bert Lahr is the guest; the Mighty Allen Art Players perform a satire on polls and surveys.

    published: 11 Oct 2016
  • Allen "River Allen" Hatfield Sr 1970s radio interview

    My grandfather Allen being interviewed pre-1978 by a radio station. He lived most all his life in the same area of KY and WV along the Tug River where the famous Feud took place. He is related to the character known as "Devil Anse" several ways. One is that his wife's mother was sister to Levicy Chafin Hatfield. She was Devil Anse's wife. However, being Allen was a generation removed (he was born in 1892) from most the events his is not eyewitness account. His father, as he mentions, did go as directed by his father and gather up the bodies of the 3 dead McCoy boys and took them back to Randal McCoy's home. This he did to try and keep peace among him and his neighbor for they all lived in the same general area. This insight into the real atmosphere surrounding the "Feud" folks and area is...

    published: 06 May 2014
  • Fred Allen radio show 5/16/43 Frank Sinatra

    The raising of chickens for wartime food is discussed in Allen's Alley.

    published: 29 Aug 2016
  • Spam Radio Jingle - Burns & Allen with Artie Shaw & his Orchestra

    published: 14 Jul 2013
  • Burns & Allen radio show 3/6/47 Gracie Takes Up Crime Solving

    After listening to a Thin Man-type show on the radio, Gracie is convinced that she'll have to solve crimes in her everyday life. otrcomedy.blogspot.com

    published: 06 Mar 2015
Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films

Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films

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  • Updated: 07 Oct 2013
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Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films From “Blue Jasmine” to “Stardust Memories”, from “Midnight in Paris” to “Hannah and her sisters”, from “Radio Days” to “Mighty Aphrodite”, from “Annie Hall” to “Bullets over Broadway”, Woody Allen has always used jazz in his films. The music underlines the storyline and merges beautifully with each scene. Some of the greatest names in jazz and many of the greatest big bands have featured in his creations: Tommy Dorsey, Billie Holiday, Harry James, Django Reinhardt, Glenn Miller, Bix Beiderbecke, Ben Webster, Sidney Bechet, Louis Armstrong, Chick Webb, Lester Young, Erroll Garner, Artie Shaw, King Oliver, Red Garland, Jelly Roll Morton, and many more … Upload the album here : https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Artistes_multiples_Songs_from_Woody_Allen_Films?id=Bjmdk75rmdjzhrtzthrsmsqp2ti&hl=fr Stream it here : http://bit.ly/2kRqneO Join us on facebook: http://bit.ly/2jPvrLA 1 - Sidney Bechet “Si tu vois ma mère” (from Midnight in Paris) 2 - Josephine Baker “La Conga Blicoti“ (from Midnight in Paris) 3 - Lizzie MilesA Good Man Is Hard to Find” (from Blue Jasmine) 4 - King Oliver “West End Blues” (from Blue Jasmine) 5 - Louis Armstrong “Back O’ Town Blues (from Blue Jasmine) 6 - The Ink SpotsIf I Didn’t Care (from Radio Days) 7 - The Mairy Macs “Mairzy Doats” (from Radio Days) 8 - Tommy Dorsey “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You” (from Radio Days) 9 - Glenn Miller “In the Mood” (from Radio Days) ["In the Mood" Written by Joseph Garland - Used by Permission of Shaprio, Bernstein & Co.,Inc. (ASCAP)] 10- Red Garland “Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year” (from Whatever Works) 11 - Chick Webb “If Dreams Come True” (from Stardust Memories) 12 - Louis Armstrong “Stardust” (from Stardust Memories) 13 - Harry James & Helen ForrestI’ve Heard That Song Before” (from Hannah & Her Sisters) 14 - Harry James “You Made Me Love You” (from Hannah & Her Sisters) 15 - Artie Shaw “Moonglow” (from Annie Hall) 16 - Fred AstaireCheek to Cheek” (from The Purple Rose of Cairo) 17 - Tommy Dorsey “Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now” (from Interiors) 18 - Jelly Roll Morton “Wolverine Blues” (from Interiors) 19 - Benny Goodman “Whispering” (from Mighty Aphrodite) 20 - Erroll Garner “Penthouse Serenade” (from Mighty Aphrodite) 21 - Dooley WilsonAs Time Goes By” (from Play It Again Sam) 22 - Lester Young “I Can’t Get Started” (from Anything Else) 23 - Billie Holiday “Easy to Love” (from Anything Else) 24 - Django Reinhardt “Nagasaki” (from Bullets Over Broadway) 25 - Bix Beiderbecke “At the Jazz Band Ball” (from Bullets Over Broadway) 26 - Glenn Miller “Sunrise Serenade” (from the Curse of the Jade Scorpion) 27 - Duke EllingtonSophisticated Lady” (from the Curse of the Jade Scorpion) 28 - Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli “Liebstraum # 3” (from Sweet & Lowdown) 29- Ben Webster “My Ideal” (from September) 30 -Teddy WilsonI Got Rhythm” (from Celebrity) 31 - Coleman HawkinsOut of Nowhere” (from Deconstructing Harry) 32 - Benny Goodman “Sing Sing Sing” (from Deconstructing Harry) 33 - Benny Goodman “If I Had You” (from You’ll Meet a Tall Dark Stranger) 34 - Duke Ellington “I let a Song Out of My Heart” (Melinda &Melinda) 35 - Artie Shaw “Moonglow” (from Alice) 36 - Erroll Garner “The Way You Look Tonight” (from Alice) 37 - Tommy Dorsey “Opus n°1” (from Radio Days) 38 - Glenn Miller “American Patrol (from Radio Days) 39 - Artie Shaw “Frenesi” (from Radio Days) 40 - The Mills BrothersPaper Doll” (from Radio Days) JazzAndBluesExperience ♫ SUBSCRIBE HERE : http://bit.ly/10VoH4l (Re)Discover the Jazz and Blues greatest hits ! ♫ JazznBluesExperience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music. Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and blues music. Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! ♫ Facebook FanPage : http://www.facebook.com/JazznBluesExperience
https://wn.com/Woody_Allen_Songs_From_Woody_Allen's_Films
Fred Allen radio show 6/27/48 Jack Benny / Stop the Music

Fred Allen radio show 6/27/48 Jack Benny / Stop the Music

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  • Duration: 29:07
  • Updated: 27 Jun 2014
  • views: 4742
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In the last show of the season, the success of the competing show "Stop the Music" is mocked. The denizens of Allen's Alley discuss their upcoming vacations. In a sketch, Fred goes to visit his nemesis, Jack Benny. otrcomedy.blogspot.com
https://wn.com/Fred_Allen_Radio_Show_6_27_48_Jack_Benny_Stop_The_Music
Steve Allen shows you around Twickenham

Steve Allen shows you around Twickenham

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  • Duration: 3:33
  • Updated: 07 Dec 2011
  • views: 60198
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LBC 97.3 presenter Steve Allen gives you a guided tour of his hometown Twickenham - and all the characters he talks about every morning!
https://wn.com/Steve_Allen_Shows_You_Around_Twickenham
Radio in Bewegung. Auf allen Wegen

Radio in Bewegung. Auf allen Wegen

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  • Duration: 59:31
  • Updated: 02 May 2016
  • views: 484
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Veranstaltet in Kooperation mit dem Verband Privater Rundfunk und Telemedien (VPRT). Video killed the radio Star? Eher nicht. Radio ist nicht nur UKW. Radio ist Audio-Experience. Und das Hören wird immer beliebter. Neue Techniken schaffen neue Möglichkeiten. Und es gibt gute Gründe, gerade digital auf Audio zu setzen. Was können Radios von neuen Playern lernen? Was können sie besser? Was geht zusammen noch besser? Impulsvorträge mit anschließender Diskussion: Roger Hofmann: Bereit für das Radio der Zukunft: Was kann der radioplayer? Daniel Zoll: Broadcasting im Wandel der Zeit, one-to-one statt one-to-many Speaker Roger Hofmann, Leiter Digital, HIT RADIO FFH Daniel Zoll, Redaktionsleiter, JAM FM Moderation Sebastian Artymiak, Leiter Medientechnologie, Verband Privater Rundfunk und Telemedien Steffen Meyer-Tippach, Referent Hörfunk und digitale Projekte, Medienanstalt Berlin-Brandenburg (mabb) Quelle: http://mediaconventionberlin.com/de/2016/events/2016-05-02 Abonniert uns und werdet Teil der ALEX Familie! LET´S CONNECT: ALEX Web: http://www.alex-berlin.de ALEX Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ALEX.berlin.de ALEX Twitter: http://twitter.com/ALEX_berlin_de
https://wn.com/Radio_In_Bewegung._Auf_Allen_Wegen
Woody Allen - Radio Days

Woody Allen - Radio Days

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  • Duration: 6:09
  • Updated: 25 May 2010
  • views: 38892
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https://wn.com/Woody_Allen_Radio_Days
Allen & Heath xb14 desk intro

Allen & Heath xb14 desk intro

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  • Duration: 3:53
  • Updated: 05 Oct 2014
  • views: 5765
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Rough and ready video giving an overview of the set up for the new desk in the studio. Where I get cut off at the end I was going to say anything above the ON buttons should be left completely alone.
https://wn.com/Allen_Heath_Xb14_Desk_Intro
Burns & Allen radio show 10/14/40 What's Wrong with Gracie?

Burns & Allen radio show 10/14/40 What's Wrong with Gracie?

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  • Duration: 25:29
  • Updated: 14 Oct 2014
  • views: 4623
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George thinks Gracie's acting even stranger than usual, and the sound man suggests that she see a psychiatrist. otrcomedy.blogspot.com
https://wn.com/Burns_Allen_Radio_Show_10_14_40_What's_Wrong_With_Gracie
Woody Allen - Días de Radio

Woody Allen - Días de Radio

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  • Duration: 4:15
  • Updated: 21 Aug 2014
  • views: 6370
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Por: Maria Angel Orjuela Días de Radio fue una película dirigida y escrita por Woody Allen en el año 1987 en Estados Unidos. Woody, reconocido por el manejo de la “realidad de sus personajes” involucrándolos en contextos cotidianos norteamericanos en especial de la ciudad de Nueva York, es además considerado por muchos analistas cinematográficos como uno de los mejores directores del siglo XX por su inmensa capacidad narrativa y cómica dentro de una “irrealidad ficticia” aparentemente creíble del cine, que transcurre paralela a la verdadera realidad (Fonte, 2007). Ahora bien, el contenido de este largometraje está basado básicamente en una experiencia vivencial del director y guionista, quién a partir de situaciones anecdóticas recrea parte esencial de su infancia, pues describe deliberadamente acontecimientos de la época, así como el papel que jugó la radio en su vida. De este modo, según el libro La cultura a través del cine de Rafael Gómez, se plantean dos planos claves en el desarrollo de la historia: 1. Un plano histórico: - Historia de la sociedad cuando no existía aún la televisión (o estaba en sus inicios, con poco interés reflejado). Época de los grandes concursos en la radio. - La familia del protagonista: una familia judía en la que conviven los abuelos, los tíos, la tía y los padres del protagonista. Cambios verificados desde entonces. La diferencia es conciencia de un tiempo pasado. 2. Un plano artístico: - La utilización de la infancia como metáfora del paraíso perdido. - La infancia como época de las primeras desilusiones. - Acentuación de la desgraciada condición humana –el personaje de la tía soltera- y a la vez un acento de esperanza. - El paisaje urbano en ésta y en otras películas de Allen. La idealización de Nueva York. - Señalar las escenas más cómicas de la película y analizar los elementos de esa comicidad. Desde esta perspectiva, se puede señalar que existe un juego romántico que ensalza la radio con hechos significativos en un contexto y en un tiempo determinado, por lo que, significó construir una atmósfera totalmente condicionada a un tiempo (40’ s) y a un espacio (Nueva York). Dicha atmósfera incluyó todo el despliegue de producción y logística que se evidenció en la apariencia de los personajes, en el entorno y alrededores de la ciudad, en el ambiente familiar, etc... Sin embargo, entendiendo los factores y niveles de realización cinematográfica de la época, Días de Radio avanza en una constante similitud de tomas, es decir, el cubrimiento de las escenas se convierte en una secuencia plana (planos medios, estáticos, poco detallados) que de no ser por la voz en off de Woody, no engancharían por completo al espectador. Y es que, si se observa con atención, esta producción no es el desarrollo de una historia lineal, sino que se desprende a partir de muchas historias generadas por varios personajes cotidianos involucrados con el narrador (protagonista) y que por sí mismas cuentan con un inicio (planteamiento), nudo y desenlace, dependiendo a su vez del interés de quien narra (dirige) por marcar una relación directa o indirecta con lo que acontece. Cabe destacar que en la trama del largometraje, se generan contrastes mediados y evidenciados por la radio; por ejemplo, el poner en paralelo una familia popular con las estrellas de la radio en una gran celebración (como es el caso de la fiesta de inicio de año). Así como jugar con la lógica del contrasentido; tal como es el caso de los ladrones en el inicio de la película que buscan robar por completo una casa, y al final terminan siendo los ganadores de un concurso radial por recibir una llamada telefónica en aquel sitio y adivinar una canción. También el punto en el que la radio conecta a muchas familias de la zona en función de una información, pues están cubriendo la noticia trágica de la familia Fels y la muerte de su hija. Para concluir, es importante explicar otro de los grandes sentidos de esta producción. Es clara la búsqueda autobiográfica del director, es clara la época, los acontecimientos que en ese momento se daban en ella (durante la segunda guerra mundial), la cotidianidad como instrumento de valor al momento de narrar, es claro el gran papel de la radio en toda la trama, pero existe algo que le da un toque aún más personal y es el sonido. El sonido, habla de los gustos particulares de Woody, delatan su pasión por la música, precisamente por el jazz. Evidencia además el fuerte impacto que tuvo y sigue teniendo en la vida de Allen, las pautas y el movimiento de emociones proporcionado por selectas canciones que describen el nivel de satisfacción con la situación, por ejemplo su visita por primera vez al Radio City Music Hall.
https://wn.com/Woody_Allen_DíAs_De_Radio
LBC's Steve Allen Discusses the Issue of Obesity

LBC's Steve Allen Discusses the Issue of Obesity

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  • Duration: 2:59
  • Updated: 13 Jun 2015
  • views: 5554
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LBC radio presenter Steve Allen discusses the issue of obesity in his own inimitable style. Steve Allen: http://www.lbc.co.uk/steve-allen-3528
https://wn.com/Lbc's_Steve_Allen_Discusses_The_Issue_Of_Obesity
Fred Allen radio show 1/9/49 H. Allen Smith / Literary Panel

Fred Allen radio show 1/9/49 H. Allen Smith / Literary Panel

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  • Duration: 29:02
  • Updated: 09 Jan 2014
  • views: 367
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The guest is author H. Allen Smith, who participates in a comic roundtable about his book. There's also the usual walk down "Main Street" (renamed from Allen's Alley for the sponsor, Ford.) www.otrcomedy.com
https://wn.com/Fred_Allen_Radio_Show_1_9_49_H._Allen_Smith_Literary_Panel
George Burns and Gracie Allen Radio Show Gracies Murder Mystery otr old time radio

George Burns and Gracie Allen Radio Show Gracies Murder Mystery otr old time radio

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  • Duration: 27:30
  • Updated: 25 Oct 2015
  • views: 1269
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The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show. January 10, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Grape-Nuts. The cast does Gracie's new murder mystery, "Slay It With Music," or, "Love Begins At Eight Dollars and Forty cents." Gracie sings, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen." Tony Martin sings, "When The Mighty Organ Played O Promise Me." The program is also known as, "The Grape-Nuts Flakes Program."
https://wn.com/George_Burns_And_Gracie_Allen_Radio_Show_Gracies_Murder_Mystery_Otr_Old_Time_Radio
Fred Allen radio show 10/11/39 Satire on Surveys and Polls

Fred Allen radio show 10/11/39 Satire on Surveys and Polls

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  • Duration: 58:40
  • Updated: 11 Oct 2016
  • views: 392
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Bert Lahr is the guest; the Mighty Allen Art Players perform a satire on polls and surveys.
https://wn.com/Fred_Allen_Radio_Show_10_11_39_Satire_On_Surveys_And_Polls
Allen "River Allen" Hatfield Sr 1970s radio interview

Allen "River Allen" Hatfield Sr 1970s radio interview

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  • Duration: 22:41
  • Updated: 06 May 2014
  • views: 3168
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My grandfather Allen being interviewed pre-1978 by a radio station. He lived most all his life in the same area of KY and WV along the Tug River where the famous Feud took place. He is related to the character known as "Devil Anse" several ways. One is that his wife's mother was sister to Levicy Chafin Hatfield. She was Devil Anse's wife. However, being Allen was a generation removed (he was born in 1892) from most the events his is not eyewitness account. His father, as he mentions, did go as directed by his father and gather up the bodies of the 3 dead McCoy boys and took them back to Randal McCoy's home. This he did to try and keep peace among him and his neighbor for they all lived in the same general area. This insight into the real atmosphere surrounding the "Feud" folks and area is best told in Thomas Dotson's recent book, "The Hatfield McCoy Feud After Kevin Costner". Thomas was born and raised in the same area where many of the relatives of the Feud lived. He delivered papers as a child to their children and knows much of the true history and culture of the area. So, the real value of this audio to me is mostly Allen's recalling his version of events and listening to his dialect and expressions as he tells not only of the Feud but days living along the Tug. He spent most his life there near the infamous mining town of Matewan, WV where he was a deputy sheriff during WWII. Along with the few grains of Feud story (his version of events) is the real value, that being Allen's recall of his memorable friends and neighbors in the area. Locations and persons he would talk to me about as a child. I only now wished I had written down every word he said back then. This is all of have of his verbal record. Such is life and the foolishness of childhood. In places its difficult to understand him. That's because he also talked while smoking his pipe. There are only a few pictures of him without his pipe in fact that I know of.
https://wn.com/Allen_River_Allen_Hatfield_Sr_1970S_Radio_Interview
Fred Allen radio show 5/16/43 Frank Sinatra

Fred Allen radio show 5/16/43 Frank Sinatra

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  • Duration: 24:56
  • Updated: 29 Aug 2016
  • views: 340
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The raising of chickens for wartime food is discussed in Allen's Alley.
https://wn.com/Fred_Allen_Radio_Show_5_16_43_Frank_Sinatra
Spam Radio Jingle - Burns & Allen with Artie Shaw & his Orchestra

Spam Radio Jingle - Burns & Allen with Artie Shaw & his Orchestra

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  • Duration: 3:18
  • Updated: 14 Jul 2013
  • views: 1552
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https://wn.com/Spam_Radio_Jingle_Burns_Allen_With_Artie_Shaw_His_Orchestra
Burns & Allen radio show 3/6/47 Gracie Takes Up Crime Solving

Burns & Allen radio show 3/6/47 Gracie Takes Up Crime Solving

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  • Duration: 29:10
  • Updated: 06 Mar 2015
  • views: 3095
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After listening to a Thin Man-type show on the radio, Gracie is convinced that she'll have to solve crimes in her everyday life. otrcomedy.blogspot.com
https://wn.com/Burns_Allen_Radio_Show_3_6_47_Gracie_Takes_Up_Crime_Solving
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