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#19289: NAT KING COLE SHOW,
1956-11-05, NBC, 13 min.
Nat King Cole, Gordon Jenkins Orchestra, Boataneers, Bill Hanrahan

November 5, 1956 - June 24, 1957 (15 minutes)
July 2, 1957 - December 17, 1957 (30 minutes)   

When Nat King Cole' NBC TV series began November 5, 1956 it originated from New York City while Cole was winding up his current stint at the Copacabana. After the fourth broadcast the series was broadcast from Los Angeles. where it would remain for its complete run. 

Nat King Cole became the first major black performer to headline a network variety series. His 15 minute show filled the remainder of the half hour in which NBC TV aired its nightly news program, THE HUNTLEY BRINKLY REPORT. 

On July 2, 1957 THE NAT KING COLE SHOW became a half hour program. Many stars appeared on the show for minimum fees as personal favors to him, in an effort to bolster low ratings. But the efforts were in vain, and it would be another decade before a black entertainer could begin to make a significant dent into he mass medium of television. 

Announcer: Bill Hanrahan

A feature at the end of each show, Nat King Cole's "Musical Memories."

NOTE: The broadcast of November 12, 1956  is rare and is not archived by any of the major entertainment museums in the country.                                 
#19290: NAT KING COLE SHOW,
1956-11-12, NBC, 13 min.
Nat King Cole, Gordon Jenkins Orchestra, Boataneers, Bill Hanrahan

November 5, 1956 - June 24, 1957 (15 minutes)
July 2, 1957 - December 17, 1957 (30 minutes)   

When Nat King Cole' NBC TV series began November 5, 1956 it originated from New York City while Cole was winding up his current stint at the Copacabana. After the fourth broadcast the series was broadcast from Los Angeles. where it would remain for its complete run. 

Nat King Cole became the first major black performer to headline a network variety series. His 15 minute show filled the remainder of the half hour in which NBC TV aired its nightly news program, THE HUNTLEY BRINKLY REPORT. 

On July 2, 1957 THE NAT KING COLE SHOW became a half hour program. Many stars appeared on the show for minimum fees as personal favors to him, in an effort to bolster low ratings. But the efforts were in vain, and it would be another decade before a black entertainer could begin to make a significant dent into he mass medium of television. 

Highlights sung by Nat King Cole:
"This Can't Be Love," "This was the End of a beautiful Friendship," "I'm on the Way to Cuba," "In the Evenings May I come to You?"
"Mona Lisa."

There is a "musical memory" spot at the end of each show. 

Announcer: Bill Hanrahan

NOTE: The broadcast of November 12, 1956  is rare and is not archived by any of the major entertainment museums in the country.                                 
#19291: NAT KING COLE SHOW,
1957-10-15, NBC, 25 min.
Stan Getz, Oscar Peterson, Jo Jones, Coleman Hawkins, Roy Eldridge, Nat King Cole, Oscar Peterson Trio, Jazz at the Philharmonic, Flip Edwards, Norman Granz, Duke Phillips, Illinois Jacquet, Randy Van Horne Singers, Nelson Riddle Orchestra

November 5, 1956 - June 24, 1957 (15 minutes)
July 2, 1957 - December 17, 1957 (30 minutes)   

When Nat King Cole' NBC TV series began November 5, 1956 it originated from New York City while Cole was winding up his current stint at the Copacabana. After the fourth broadcast the series was broadcast from Los Angeles. where it would remain for its complete run. 

Nat King Cole became the first major black performer to headline a network variety series. His 15 minute show filled the remainder of the half hour in which NBC TV aired its nightly news program, THE HUNTLEY BRINKLY REPORT. 

On July 2, 1957 THE NAT KING COLE SHOW became a half hour program. Many stars appeared on the show for minimum fees as personal favors to him, in an effort to bolster low ratings. But the efforts were in vain, and it would be another decade before a black entertainer could begin to make a significant dent into he mass medium of television. 

Nat King Cole sings, "Only a Paper Moon," "Sweet Lorraine," "With Your on my Mind," "Stompin' At The Savoy," 

Nat King Cole with Oscar Peterson Jr. "Tenderly."

 Norman Granz introduces some of the musicians from his, "Jazz At The Philharmonic" series. Ganz has just completed his 18th annual tour. Nat King Cole tells his audience that this is the  first television appearance of, "Jazz At The Philharmonic." 

Opening is not archived. Otherwise complete. 

                                          
#7124: TRIBUTE TO MANIE SACKS: 'SOME OF MANIE'S FRIENDS'
1959-03-03, NBC, 00 min.
Jack Webb, Danny Thomas, Jane Wyman, Kay Starr, Eddie Fisher, Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore, Bob Hope, Sid Caesar, Harry James, Betty Grable, Rosemary Clooney, Perry Como, Tony Martin, Nat King Cole, Emanuel Sacks

Stars from the world of show business pay tribute to the late Emanuel Sacks. Their tribute takes the form of 90 minutes of entertainment by Sid Caesar, Rosemary Clooney, Nat King Cole, Perry Como, Eddie Fisher, Betty Grable, Bob Hope, Harry James, Tony Martin, Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra, Kay Starr, Danny Thomas, Jack Webb and Jane Wyman.
Some of these entertainers were discovered by Manie Sacks, all of them were helped by him during his years as a record-industry and television executive and all were his friends.                     
#14: STARTIME: ACADEMY AWARD MUSIC
1960-03-15, WRCA, 28 min.
Jane Wyman, Charles Laughton, Elsa Lanchester, Nat King Cole, Kay Starr, Tex Ritter, Gogi Grant, The Four Aces

Jane Wyman is hostess. We hear renditions from nominated songs of 1959 from Charles Laughton, Elsa Lanchester, Nat King Cole, Kay Starr, Tex Ritter, Gogi Grant and The Four Aces.
#7112: ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: DIAMOND JUBILEE PLUS ONE
1960-10-07, NBC, 57 min.
Jack Benny, Jimmy Durante, David Susskind, Richard M. Nixon, Mary Martin, Richard Rodgers, John F. Kennedy, Bob Hope, Mahalia Jackson, George Burns, Eleanor Roosevelt, Carol Channing, Joanne Woodward, Lucille Ball, Omar Bradley, Nat King Cole, John F. Kenndy, Irene Dunne, Reginald Rose, Tom Dooley

SPECIAL BROADCAST SALUTE
Mrs. FDR was 75 a year ago and as a plus one year follow up, a tribute to her (and the Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Research Foundation located in Denver Colorado) by admirers in and out of show business.  Many perform during this one-hour celebration special broadcast. 

Bob Hope hosts this program which presents show business personalities and other prominent people.
Executive Producer, David Susskind.
Written for Television by  Reginald Rose.

NOTE: Occasional original slight broadcast audio hum.                                                                                              
#6959: JOHN F. KENNEDY INAUGURAL GALA
1961-01-19, N/A, 174 min.
Jimmy Durante, Joey Bishop, Gene Kelly, Milton Berle, Frank Sinatra, John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, Mahalia Jackson, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, Bette Davis, Harry Belafonte, Peter Lawford, Ethel Merman, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Lawrence Olivier, Frederick March

Frank Sinatra and Peter Lawford star-studded gala and party fundraiser staged at the national Armory in Washington DC on the night before JFK's formal inauguration.                                       
#10074: FRAIR'S ROAST FOR MERVYN LEROY
1961-10-22, CBS, 90 min.
Jack Benny, Steve Allen, George Jessel, James Stewart, Polly Bergen, Dean Martin, George Burns, Greer Garson, Lana Turner, Sammy Cahn, Nat King Cole, Mervyn Leroy, Walter OMalley, J.D. Stewart

CBS radio coverage of the Frair's Roast for director Mervyn Leroy. 

Roastmaster: George Jessel.     
#7149: GARRY MOORE SHOW
1962-11-20, WCBS, ?? min.
Garry Moore, Dorothy Loudon, Durward Kirby, Nat King Cole

September 30th, 1958-June 16th, 1964

The Garry Moore variety series made a star out of Carol Burnett,brought back Allen Funt's Candid Camera and showcased many fine musical and comedic talents from 1958-1964.The highlight of most shows was "That Wonderful Year," consisting of film clips, comedy sketches and production numbers based on the events and styles of a given year.

Regulars: Garry Moore, Carol Burnett (1959-1962), Dorothy Loudon (1962-1964),Allen Funt (1959-1960, Durward Kirby (1958-1964)and Marion Lorne (1958-1962).

                                                                                                                                                               
#442: JACK PAAR PROGRAM, THE
1963-04-05, WNBC, 52 min.
Jack Paar, Nat King Cole, Bob Newhart, Peter Ustinov, Robert Morse, Charles Nelson Reilly

Jack Paar's guests are Peter Ustinov, Nat King Cole, Bob Newhart, Robert Morse and Charles Nelson Reilly.
#14115: BRUCE MORROW ROCK 'N'ROLL RADIO SHOW, THE
1963-05-20, WABC, 6 min.
Bobby Rydell, Bruce Morrow, Peggy March, Nat King Cole, Bob Emory

Highlights:

Bobby Rydell promo- Palasaides Amusement Park
Bruce Morrow-continues to promote the Park
"I Wish I Was a Princess" by Peggy March
Bruce- Million Dollar Survey
Song Excerpt- "Lazy, Hazy, Crazy, Days Of Summer" by Nat King Cole
Bruce Morrow Intro- Action Central News with Bob Emory "Gallo Gang Murders."-             
#952: EMMY AWARDS:16TH ANNUAL
1964-05-25, WNBC, 94 min.
Jack Benny, Hugh Downs, Joey Bishop, Rod Serling, Chet Huntley, Danny Kaye, Jack Klugman, Nat King Cole, Garry Moore, John Daly, Milton Berle, Polly Bergen, Johnny Carson, Elliot Reid, Vince Edwards, Jane Wyatt, Carl Reiner, David L. Wolper, Shirley Booth, Lorne Greene, Mel Stuart, Richard Deacon, Pat Englund, Ruth White, Shelley Winters, Shirl Conway, Roberta Shore, James Drury, Zina Bethune, E.G. Marshall, Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Patty Duke, David Janssen, Jerry Paris, James Franciscus, Dean Jagger, David Frost, Don Defore, Tom Gries, Inger Stevens, Gene Barry, Nancy Ames, Mel Brooks

Hosts for the sixteenth annual Emmy Awards are Joey Bishop in Hollywood and E.G. Marshall in New York. Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore introduce this special telecast. Humorous excerpts from past Emmy Award telecasts are played. A galaxy of celebrities appear including Danny Kaye, Hugh Downs, Chet Huntley, Rod
Serling, Patty Duke, Jane Wyatt, Carl Reiner, David Janssen, Jerry Paris, James Franciscus, Dean Jagger, David Frost, John Daly, Don Defore, Shirley Booth, Tom Gries, James Drury, Roberta Shore, Polly Bergen, and Mel Brooks who with Reiner does a "2000 Year Old Man" skit. Other personalities appearing include Inger Stevens, Richard Deacon, Gene Barry, Ruth White, Zina Bethune, Shirl Conway, Garry Moore, Jack Klugman, Vince Edwards, Shelley Winters, Nat King Cole, Johnny Carson, Milton Berle, Lorne Greene. The cast from "That Was The Week That Was," Elliot Reid, Nancy Ames, Pat Englund, and David Frost satirize the 1963-64 television season. Jack Benny presents the Emmy Award for Program of the Year, "The Making of the President." Mel Stuart and David L. Wolper accept the award.             
#14740: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH PETER JENNINGS
1965-02-15, ABC, 10 min.
Peter Jennings, Nat King Cole, Joseph Cotton

Singer Nat King Cole has died.   

Joseph Cotton does a commercial for Bufferin.     

Host: Peter Jennings.       
#14761: VOICES IN THE HEADLINES: ABC RADIO NEWS
1965-02-21, ABC, 24 min.
Billy Graham, Barry Goldwater, Hubert Humphrey, Gerald Ford, Birch Bayh, Everett Dirksen, George Wallace, Frank Church, George McGovern, Lyndon Johnson, Fred Foy, Malcolm X, Nat King Cole, Paul Johnson

Voices in The Headlines was an American news program broadcast on ABC radio featuring the top news stories of the day. It was hosted by long-time radio and television announcer Fred Foy. 

A review of the week's top news stories: Coup in South Vietnam fails, US pilots interviewed, policy debate in Washington, President Johnson comments, Vice-President Humphrey comments on Vietnam goals, comments by Billy Graham, George McGovern, Frank Church, Everett Dirksen, Gerald Ford, Barry Goldwater, Birch Bayh, the US launches Ranger 8 to the moon for a photo-taking mission, negro militant plot fails to dynamite the Liberty Bell, Malcolm X shot dead, comment by George Wallace and Governor Paul Johnson of Mississippi, Nat King Cole dies. 

Narrator: Fred Foy.   

NOTE: Fred Foy, best known for his voicing the opening of THE LONE RANGER on radio joined the ABC TV announcing staff in New York in 1961. For ABC RADIO he narrated the award-winning news documentary, VOICES IN THE HEADLINES a 25-minute weekly wrap up of salient news events of the week with sound bites representing the news as it was recorded.                                                                                                                             
#1087: HOLLYWOOD PALACE: CLOSING NIGHT AT THE PALACE
1970-02-07, WABC, 52 min.
Jack Benny, Jimmy Durante, Liberace, Debbie Reynolds, Nat King Cole, Milton Berle, Martha Raye, Sid Caesar, Ed Wynn, Van Johnson, Kate Smith, Gloria Swanson, Mrs. Miller, Don Adams, Joey Forman, Bert Lahr, Tim Conway, Fred Astaire, Buster Keaton, Buddy Rich, Bette Davis, Bing Crosby, Sammy Davis Jr., David Janssen, Perry Como, Donald O'Connor, Edgar Bergen, Don Rickles, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Peter Lawford, Imogene Coca, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, Tiny Tim, Eydie Gorme, Herb Albert, Ethel Merman, Ray Bolger, Ella Fitzgerald, James Brown, Marty Allen, Petula Clark

Bing Crosby who hosted opening night at the palace on Jan. 4, 1964, brings down the curtain with a large sampling of highlights from the past six years. Celebrities include Nat King Cole, Ed Wynn, Eydie Gorme, Herb Albert and the Tijuana Brass, Fred Astaire, Ethel Merman, Martha Raye, Ray Bolger, Jimmy Durante, Mrs. Miller, Sammy Davis Jr., Ella Fitzgerald, James Brown, Don Adams, Marty Allen, Jack Benny, Edgar Bergen, Milton Berle, Burns & Schreiber, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Petula Clark, Perry Como, Tim Conway, Bette Davis, Joey Forman, David Janssen, Van Johnson, Buster Keaton, Bert Lahr, Peter Lawford, Liberace, Donald O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds, Buddy Rich, Don Rickles, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Kate Smith, Gloria Swanson and Tiny Tim.
#16325: HOLLYWOOD PALACE: CLOSING NIGHT AT THE PALACE
1970-02-07, WABC, min.
Jack Benny, Jimmy Durante, Liberace, Debbie Reynolds, Nat King Cole, Milton Berle, Martha Raye, Sid Caesar, Ed Wynn, Van Johnson, Kate Smith, Gloria Swanson, Mrs. Miller, Don Adams, Joey Forman, Bert Lahr, Tim Conway, Fred Astaire, Buster Keaton, Buddy Rich, Bette Davis, Bing Crosby, Sammy Davis Jr., David Janssen, Perry Como

Bing Crosby who hosted opening night at the palace on Jan. 4, 1964, brings down the curtain with a large sampling of highlights from the past six years. Celebrities include Nat King Cole, Ed Wynn, Eydie Gorme, Herb Albert and the Tijuana Brass, Fred Astaire, Ethel Merman, Martha Raye, Ray Bolger, Jimmy Durante, Mrs. Miller, Sammy Davis Jr., Ella Fitzgerald, James Brown, Don Adams, Marty Allen, Jack Benny, Edgar Bergen, Milton Berle, Burns & Schreiber, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Petula Clark, Perry Como, Tim Conway, Bette Davis, Joey Forman, David 
Janssen, Van Johnson, Buster Keaton, Bert Lahr, Peter Lawford, Liberace, Donald O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds, Buddy Rich, Don Rickles, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Kate Smith, Gloria Swanson and Tiny Tim.   

Dupe of #1087.          
#6952B: SCOTT'S PLACE
1972-04-01, KFI, 77 min.
Judy Garland, Jo Stafford, Mel Torme, Johnny Mercer, Joe Williams, Scott Ellsworth, Nat King Cole, Paul Wesson, Mark Murphy, Buddy DeSylva, Glenn E. Wallichs

Scott Ellsworth's guest is Johnny Mercer, American lyricist, songwriter, and singer.

Some variations in sound quality, transferred from a rare sole existing Electronic Transcription Disc exhibiting "noise/clicks" effect. 

However, the audio on this air check is clean and very discernable for enjoyable listening. Most importantly this rare broadcast interview of Johnny Mercer by Scott Ellsworth, who conducts a brilliant interview,  is the most definitive Johnny Mercer retrospective ever done (television or radio). 

Integrated within the interview Mercer reminisces about his humble beginnings, his entry into motion pictures, work in radio (states how nervous he would be), television and  the theater...his collaborations, rejection of night club performing, and his philosophy about the business.. 

 Integrated within the broadcast are ten recordings which Mercer discusses with anecdotes. They include, 
"Lord, I Give You My Children," "The Bathtub Ran Over Again," "One For My Baby," sung by Joe Williams,  "On Behalf Of The Visiting Firemen," "Save The Bones For Henry Jones," duet with Nat King Cole, "The Bachelor's Dinner Song," "Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe," sung by Judy Garland, "That Old Black Magic," sung by Mel Torme, "Out Of This World," sung by Mark Murphy, and "Jamboree Jones" sung by Paul Weston and Jo Stafford.

Johnny Mercer talks about the early DJ's he knew who would paly his songs, his 18 academy award nominations (4 wins), and discusses how he co-founded Capitol Records with music industry businessman Buddy DeSylva and Glenn E. Wallichs.  Mercer gives his opinion about today's contemporary song writers and performers, many whom he admires. 

A goldmine of Johnny Mercer nostalgia  within this rare program.

This was the final broadcast for Scott Ellsworth during the two year run of SCOTT'S PLACE, when station KFI decided to change format and switch to a more contemporary music programming format. Even Ellsworth didn't know that the following day he would be fired. Ironic that on this show Mercer agrees to come back at the end of the month to do another session with Scott. 

March 30, 1970 - April 1, 1972
KFI 640 Los Angeles AM Radio.

162 individual  broadcast Audio Air Checks survive. 
A goldmine of originally recorded live interviews with the greats from the Jazz and Big Band era, with integrated recorded samples of their work played throughout the broadcast.  


Scott Ellsworth was the creator and on-air host of the popular radio program,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
#8478: LOU RAWLS SPECIAL, THE
1977-04-22, ABC, 90 min.
Louis Armstrong, Lou Rawls, Nat King Cole, Sam Cooke

Lou Rawls salutes Louis Armstrong, Sam Cooke, and Nat King Cole on this ABC special.          
#6743: GRAMMY HALL OF FAME, THE
1981-05-18, CBS, 52 min.
Andy Williams, Bob Hope, John Raitt, Judy Garland, Count Basie, Celeste Holm, Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Williams, Natalie Cole, Andy Gibb, Peter Allen, Peter Cullen, Mary Crosby, Nat King Cole

A night of spectacular stars and entertainment. Tonight, Grammy honors some of the greatest recordings of all time, and the performers who made them legend. Host: Andy Williams.  

Peter Cullen announcer. 
Commercials not recorded. 

This predominately musical hour is rounded out with a tribute to Bing Crosby by daughter Mary and Bob Hope. Other clips of Judy Garland ("Over the Rainbow") and Nat King Cloe ("Unforgettable"). 

HIGHLIGHTS:

"Straighten Up and Fly Right," 
"The Christmas Song"----------------------------------Natalie Cole

"White Christmas"------------------------------------Andy Gibb

"Quiet Please, There's a Lady on Stage" -------------Peter Allen 

"One O'clock Jump"--------Count Basie and his Orchestra

"Every Day (I Have the Blues)"----------------------Joe Williams

"Oh, What a Beautiful Morning"----------------------John Rait
"Oklahoma"

"I Can't Say No"------------------------------------Celeste Holm

Big Band Medley------------------------------------Andy Gibb

NOTE:

It is interesting that as late as the 1980's very well produced and important television SPEICALS are considered not extant to todays audiences...its original 2" Quad master tapes erased to be used for other programming. By 1981 this practiced had diminished greatly, especially those production broadcasts on CBS Television. But still there are "victims" of such practices as represented by this first and only tribute to THE GRAMMY HALL OF FAME which aired as a special one time presentation on CBS on May 18, 1981.

Archival Television Audio, Inc. has had this broadcasts in its inventory for many years, but never played back until a client requested it. Sadly, the audio tape had its own problem issues and at first it appeared that it could not be salvaged at all. 
This tape was a victim of a condition detailed below. it was in very severe condition with 30% of its oxide layer flake off.  However, by "baking" the tape for 13 hours I, Phil Gries, owner of ATA, was able to at least get a transcription discernable dub of this broadcast. It took a number of passes...stop and go...cleaning the tape recorder heads numerous times.  

The sound rendition of this baked tape has sections that are very good, sections that have issues with drop outs, some occasional drops in audio, occasional echo effects of audio, etc. I was able to also use Q tips with Isopropyl alcohol in addition to 
keep audible tonality  as much as possible, keeping content of  this broadcast as much possible, retaining 98% of this broadcast.

The end result is that one can listen to this "lost" broadcast in its entirety with enjoyment realizing its limitations.

STICKY-SHED  SYNDROME  is a condition created by the deterioration of the binders in a magnetic tape, which hold the ferric oxide magnetizable coating to its plastic carrier, or which hold the thinner back-coating on the outside of the tape. This deterioration renders the tape unusable. Some kinds of binder are known to break down over time, due to the absorption of moisture (hydrolysis).

The symptoms of this breakdown can be immediately obvious even when rewinding the tape: tearing sounds and sluggish behavior. If a tape with sticky-shed syndrome is played, the reels will make screeching or squeaking sounds, and the tape will leave dusty, rusty particles on the guides and heads. In some cases, the symptoms are more subtle, causing intermittent dropouts.

This television audio air check seems to be the only existing broadcast record, in this less than pristine playback condition, of this iconic broadcast, not existing in any known archive museum, CBS archives or in any private collection.                                                                                                                            
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