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Sounds for Saturday

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A weekly series of concert performances This week:
The Harry James Orchestra Drums SONNY PAYNE
Saxophones CORKY CORCORAN
ROGER JANNOTTA , DONALD MOHR ERNEST SMALL, DICK SPENCER Trombones GAIL MARTIN
ROBERT PAYNE , DAVID ROBBINS Trumpets RAMON BELLOMO ROBERT HICKS , JOHN MADRID
WALTER PFYL
Piano JACK PERCIFUL Bass JOHN SMITH
Vocalist RITA GRAHAM
Designer LESLEY JOAN BREMNESS Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
(Harry James appears by arrangement with Harold Davison )

Contributors

Unknown: Sonny Payne
Unknown: Saxophones Corky Corcoran
Unknown: Roger Jannotta
Unknown: Donald Mohr
Unknown: Dick Spencer
Unknown: Trombones Gail Martin
Unknown: Robert Payne
Unknown: David Robbins
Unknown: Trumpets Ramon Bellomo
Unknown: Robert Hicks
Unknown: John Madrid
Unknown: Walter Pfyl
Piano: Jack Perciful
Bass: John Smith
Unknown: Vocalist Rita Graham
Designer: Lesley Joan
Producer: Stanley Dorfman
Unknown: Harry James
Arrangement With: Harold Davison

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Sounds for Saturday

BBC Two England, 6 May 1972 21.30






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