The Palace of Nostalgia
Jazz, blues and nostalgia, by Sjaak Roodenburg.
Music from bygone days:
Clumsy sounding Bobby Troup with the title song from a Disney film about bank robbers with a cat, the witty British duo Flanders & Swann, the singing hunk and muscle man Tab Hunter and The Dominoes from the doo-wop world.
As well as pianist André Previn with Shelly Manne in a highlight from ‘My Fair Lady’, de ripping saxophone player Earl Bostic, the cool swinging Lennie Niehaus Octet.
An emotional song by Jules de Corte about growing old, the Metropole Orkest, het Orkest Zonder Naam (Nameless Orchestra) with a currently improper hunter’s song, the guitar group that has the reputation of having changed the ‘sound’ of rock ‘n’ roll The Ventures, Vic Damone, Lurlean Hunter, Bobby Darin live, guitarist Al Caiola.