On this weeks show Damon travels to the Cotswalds to talk fantastic organist Keith Beckingham. Keith chats about his long career and music which combined with some music in between makes for an interesting show. If 30 minutes of Keith isn't good enough, you can watch the whole 57 minute interview (aka Sofa Social) on our YouTube channel!
On this week's show Nigel Ogden is back in his archive and pull out another eight tracks from the golden age of the broadcasting organist - Simple as that!
On this week's show Damon Cox presents another one of his famous sandwiches. This time we feature some of the transatlantic talent who are still very much with us, but sadly are no longer on the concert scene. Thankfully their music lives on with many excellent recordings!
It's star organist time and we feature a long awaited return to our resident organist Mark Laflin. This time mark is playing the 3/15 Wurlitzer in the residence of Barry Earl, Leighton Buzzard. With a programme of contrasting music, sit back and listen to Mark at one with the Wurlitzer.
On this week's show Nigel Ogden is back in his archive and pulls out a selection of tracks featuring himself at several organs in the UK & in Holland - Many of the recordings on this show feature instruments that have since moved on.
On this week's show Damon Cox presents another one of his famous sandwiches. This time is Hammond organ vs theatre organ! With Examples of Wurlitzer, Kimball, Page and Compton plus four Hammond tracks, theres something for all.
On this week's show John Leeming ventures into the word of vinyl. Theres familiar favourites and some unusual finds, so sit back, relax and enjoy the sounds of the cinema organ! Visit organistencores.wordpress.com/ to find out more.
On this week's show we celebrate 300 shows with a bumper programme lasting a full hour. We throw spotlight on the archives, Hammond Electronic and up-to-date sounds! The show also features a rare chat between Damon, Nigel & John. Here's to the next 300!
It's star organist time and we throw spotlight on Ernest Broadbent. Before he took over from Reginald Dixon, Ernest has played many fine cinema organs including the Dome, Brighton where he was resident. in 1956 the Tower Company offered him a job and by 1966 he was resident in the Empress Ballroom. On the 2nd November 1967 he broadcast his last and only solo programme from the Empress. Theres also some extra material on the end - tune in to find out!