Reginald Dixon, the famous Blackpool organist, plays popular request items and medleys of the 30s. These are the recordings that set the standard for rhythmic playing in dance style. Recorded on the 1935 Wurlitzer at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool.
Dixon Request Medley Parts 1 & 2: I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside/Blaze Away/etc.; The Teddy Bearsí Picnic/etc.
Martial Moments Parts 1 & 2:
Entry of the Gladiators, etc.; Old Comrades, etc.; In a Monastery Garden
On With The Show Parts 1 & 2
Waltzes: Iíll See You Again/Falling in Love Again/Love Will Find a Way
Curly Top (Movie):
Animal Crackers in My Soup/The Simple Things in Life/Curly Top
Leslie Stuart Medley Parts 1 & 2
Lily of Laguna/Little Dolly Daydream/My Little Octaroon; In the Shade of the Palm/Tell Me Pretty Maiden/ Soldiers of the King; In a Persian Market
Broadway Melody of 1936 (Movie):
Broadway Rhythm/You Are My Lucky Star/Iíve Got a Feeliní Youíre Fooliní; The Storm; Somebody Stole my Gal
The Waltz/The Merry Widow Waltz, etc.
Dancing The Quick Step:
Rosalie/I Double Dare You; Chorus Gentlemen
Please Parts 1 & 2:
A Huntin We Will Go/Men of Harlech/etc.; Bugle Call Rag; Bells Across the Meadow
Dancing The Quick Step 1 & 2:
Youíre an Education/Bob White; Mama, I Wanna Make Rhythm/Goodnight, Angel; I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside