In this post, "Rhapsody in Rhythm", program 1, featuring Charles W. Hamp and the Rhythm Rascals. One of several programs syndicated by Transco in the 1930s, many featuring jazz performers. The songs include "I Have Built a Dream House", "Rhythm Saved the World" and "Chinatown My Chinatown".
Hamp played piano and saxophone and worked in Los Angeles radio in the late 1920s. He recorded for Columbia Records and recorded this series for Transco in 1936-37, crooning and offering up "hot jazz" arrangements of popular tunes.
The show was transferred direct from a blue laminated Radio Transcription Company (Transco) transcription, matrix number A-2568.