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In the early 1940's The Mutual Radio network's California Melodies proved to be a fantastic venue to showcase many of Rose’s great compositions. Broadcast from Hollywood's KHJ radio studios to affiliates all over the USA for Sunday evening listening. MORE OTRcat.com

CALIFORNIA MELODIES "Episode 53"



Episode 53 aired on the Don Lee Mutual Network April 12, 1941. David Rose's Orchestra with Mustang from the Dude Ranch Suite, Easter Time and Frenesi. Maxine Gray with Lullaby Love. Rose with Saxophone City and Conga. Maxine with High on a Windy Hill. Rose closes with Irish Washerwoman. Bill Gordon is host.



CALIFORNIA MELODIES "Episode 52"

 


Episode 52 was aired on the Mutual Radio Network on April 5, 1941. David Rose's orchestra with Going No Place Fast and The Prince and Princess. Maxine Gray sings So Sweet. Rose and Siboney and the Orpheus Can Can. Maxine Gray with Fishin' and Rose concludes the program with Nursery Rhyme. Bill Gordon is the host and announcer.



CALIFORNIA MELODIES Episode 51

 




David Rose Orchestra episode 51 on Mutual Radio March 29, 1941. Selections include Massenet's Eligie, Rose's Our Waltz, Twist of the Wrist with vocalist Maxine Gray. Conga, Walk Me Down, Love and I with Maxine Gray and closes with Plantation Moods.

CALIFORNIA MELODIES "Episode 50"

 

 


Episode 50 aired on Mutual Radio Network March 22, 1941. First David Rose conducts In Dear Old Southland, I Love Thee and 4:20Am. Maxine Gray sings Love Is. The Rose orchestra with Chopin's Prelude and Saint Saens Danse Macabre. Maxine Gray with Perfidia and the Rose orchestra ends this episode with a tune called Big Ben.



CALIFORNIA MELODIES "Episode 49"

 


Episode 49 aired on Mutual radio February 15, 1941. The David Rose Orchestra plays Liszt's Liebestraum, Two Hearts In The Night, Dance Bohème from Bizet's Carmen. Maxine Gray sings Up to My Heart in Love and May I Never Love Again.



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