Saturday, May 29, 2010

Treasure Island with Tom Bosley



The Jimmy P-town Show presents a radio drama based on Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. This episode aired in 1977 as part of the General Mills Radio Adventure series.
A series that was part of the revival of radio's golden age in the 1970s. Broadcast on Saturday and Sunday evenings for 26 weekends and hosted by TV's Tom Bosley. It was a program directed at a younger audience, with the shows adapted from the works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Herman Melville, James Fenimore Cooper, Jules Verne, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickens, Rudyard Kipling, Sir Walter Scott and others; all classical and well recognized by the public.

Tom Bosley would introduce each episode by saying,"Welcome to the world of your own making....Welcome to the world of radio drama, a theater whose stage has no limits but your imagination - where adventure is yours for the listening, where you can be anything you dream - armored knight, lovely princess, magician or monster, hero or even villain. Sail seas, scale mountains, explore galaxies, all in your mind."

Sit back and enjoy the swashbuckling tale of young Jim Hawkins and notorious Long John Silver hosted by Happy Days' Mr. C

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Show #2



Welcome to the Los Angeles Underground.
If you have a need for vintage vinyl & no one else can help, maybe you should listen to...
The Jimmy P-Town Show

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Albums covered in this episode include:









Thursday, May 13, 2010

Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula!!! - Part 1

The Jimmy P-Town Show Presents...




The year is 1890. A ship is discovered adrift off the English coast, its crew missing, its murdered captain lashed to the wheel, and its only passanger is a sinister black dog. This impenetrable mystery is clearly a case for the inimitable Sherlock Holmes, but for the first time in his illustrious career the great detective is baffled. Clearly the crew have been murdered and dumped overboard, but what can account for the captain's expression of imponderable terror and his acute loss of blood, or the ship's strange cargo - fifty boxes of earth?
The game is afoot, and Sherlock Holmes, aided as ever by the faithful Dr. Watson, finds himself on the trail of no mortal enemy, but the arch-vampire himself - Count Dracula...

Sherlock Holmes...........John Moffatt
Doctor John Watson......Timothy West
Count Dracula..............David March
Professor Van Helsing.....Aubrey Woods

Part 1

Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula!!! - Part 2



Part 2

Friday, May 7, 2010

Show #1


Welcome to The Jimmy P-Town Show!
In this episode we discuss what the Jimmy P-Town Show is all about and bring to you vinyl selections from thrift stores across the land.

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Albums covered in this episode include:


Admiral Stereophonic Demonstration Record


Dance to Swing Organ by The Mustang
tracks - Yellow Bird, Night Train, and Undergrad


Built for Speed by Stray Cats
tracks - Rock this town, Built for speed, Stray cat strut, and Rumble in Brighton


Herb Albert presents Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66
tracks - Mais Que Nada, One note samba, and Daytripper (jptown remix)


Lawerence Welk presents George Cates' Polynesian Percussion
tracks - Pagan love song, The moon of manakoora, and Song of the Islands


That's what I like about the South by Phil Harris
tracks - The Thing, Muskrat Ramble, & That's what I like about the South


Walt Disney's Peter and the Wolf narrated by Sterling Holloway


007 Ian Fleming's James Bond Thrillers!!! Goldfinger by the Zero Zero Band
tracks - The James Bond Theme, Goldfinger, and From Russia with love


"Professor's Pick"
Identity by Identity
track - Transformers



Combo! by Henri Mancini
track - Castle Rock

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Coming Soon! 1st ever show!

The final steps are being put into place for the 1st ever Jimmy P-Town Show, but before that happens, enjoy this preview of the kind of material that is to come on The Jimmy P-Town Show.

Flash Gordon

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