Let's revisit a series that I posted several episodes from last year, "Choose a Song Partner". Syndicated in the late 1940s, the show featured Beryl Vaughn giving clues to song titles to Don Mooreland, who has to sing them to the organ accompaniment of Adele Scott. The first song in program 7 in the series is Johnny Mercer's "Love's Got Me in a Lazy Mood". We also hear the old chestnuts "Nellie Bly" and "You Are My Sunshine".
The series was produced by Eugenia Price Productions and sponsored by Formfit Life Bras and Life Girdles. Price was a pioneer in radio; she started out as a writer and was one of the first (if not the first) women in radio to form her own production company. She would later be the main force behind the long-running syndicated religious dramatic program, "Unshackled".
The mp3 was transferred from an original Columbia vinyl transcription, matrix number YTC-4631.