The 328th Infantry Dance Band

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of July 30, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


90946. The 328th Infantry Dance Band. October 1945. Program #8. Red-White-Red net (Austrian network), KOFA, Linz Austria origination. 10:20 P. M. A band remote by KOFA, the U. S. Army station in Linz. The broadcast originates from the "Zentral Kaffee" in downtown Linz. The first tune is, "Woodchopper's Ball." The 328th Infantry Dance Band, Todd Purse (vocal, announcer). 29:03. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

90945. The 328th Infantry Dance Band. October 1945. Red-White-Red net (Austrian network), KOFA, Linz Austria origination. 10:20 P.M. (European time). A band remote by KOFA, the U. S. Army station in Linz. The program originates from the "Zentral Kaffee" in downtown Linz. The third tune is, "Sunny Side Of The Street." The voices sound too fast, but when the disc is slowed down, the music sounds too slow. Part or all of the recording was made with the recording using 50 cps instead of the required 60 cps. Following the remote, a bugler is heard playing Reveille and other bugle calls. The date is approximate. The 328th Infantry Dance Band, Todd Purse (vocal). 23:40. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpts.

90940. The 328th Infantry Dance Band. October 2, 1945. The Red-White-Red network (Austrian network), KOFA Linz, Austria. A band remote by KOFA, the U.S. Army station, from "Zentral Kaffee" ("The Central Coffee House" in downtown Linz, being used as a U.S. Army Officer's Club). The first tune is, "Perdido." Several arrangements sound as if they were copied from a Tommy Dorsey fake book. The program may be dated October 23, 1945. The 328th Infantry Dance Band, Todd Purse (vocal). 26:36. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

90947. The 328th Infantry Dance Band. October 25, 1945. Red-White-Red net (Austrian network), KOFA, Linz Austria origination. A band remote by KOFA, the U. S. Army station in Linz, Austria. The broadcast originates from the "Zentral Kaffee" in downtown Linz. The second tune is, "Sweetheart Of All My Dreams." The 328th Infantry Dance Band, Todd Purse (announcer, vocal). 14:30. Audio condition: Good. Excerpt.

Report contains 4 programs.