Each week, Sam Waldron hosts “45 RPM, Music of the 40s and 50s” a musical journey back to the days when he was young. Each one-hour show combines stories and recordings centered on a theme.
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Episode 256, Brenda Lee, presents 19 recordings by the singer who broke into the Billboard Hot 100 at the age of 12 and earned the nickname Dynamite. Songs include “I’m Sorry,” “Break It to Me Gently,” “The End of the World,” “Back in Your Own Back Y... more
Episode 255, About Coffee, is filled with music and commentary about the world’s most popular hot beverage. Performers include Frank Sinatra, Otis Redding, Johnny Cash, The Bluegrass Student Union, Eugene Ormandy, Garrison Keillor, Mary Mack, and Mar... more
Episode 254, Rolling Stone (2) presents 19 recordings ranked by Rolling Stone Magazine as among the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Performers include Chuck Berry, The Dells, Hank Williams, Sam Cooke, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Gene Vincent, and 12... more
Sam Waldron has a professional and personable voice and a large, well-curated collection he presents in themed episodes. more
I graduated from West Seattle high school in ‘76 so most of the music is a little bit before my time. I come from a large family where I was the youngest child so I remember a few songs but it’s especially nice to hear many of these for he first time. I also love the stories that Sam shares to go with the songs. These podcasts remind me of back when 1/2 the reason you listened to the radio was because you liked the dj. more
I love 45 RPM! The music is great, but it is so much more than tunes. I learn something new in every episode and am now fans of artists I never new existed before listening to Sam Waldron. This show broadens my horizons and makes me very happy!
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Sam Waldron launched 4 years ago and published 255 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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