Wurlitzer Melodies At The Lake
153 Military Style Band Organ


Lake Compounce Theme Park
Bristol, Connecticut


WURLITZER MELODIES AT THE LAKE VOL. 1 CD AT LAKE COMPOUNCE

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  1. In The Mood 2:26
  2. What A Wonderful World 2:28
  3. Aggravatin’ Papa 2:02
  4. Ben Hur Chariot Race 2:49
  5. Army and Navy 2:17
  6. Commander In Chief 2:11
  7. Chattanooga Choo Choo 2:21
  8. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy 2:00
  9. Maggie I Yes Ma’am 2:22
  10. Coquette 2:16
  11. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 2:17
  12. Barney Google 2:00
  13. Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers 2:11
  14. My Melody Of Love 2:38
  15. Jeepers Creepers 2:23
  16. Jumpin’ At The Woodside 2:09
  17. Battery A March 2:04
  18. A Kiss In The Dark 2:25
  19. Triumphant Banner 2:28
  20. Kaiser Frederick 3:32
  21. The Muppet Show Theme 2:00
  22. Apple Sauce 2:04
  23. You’ve Got To See Mama Every Night 2:09
  24. Beside A Babbling Brook 2:21
  25. On The Sunny Side Of The Street 2:10
  26. Music Box Dancer 2:36
Total Time 62 minutes

      Lake Compounce Theme Park, located in Bristol, Connecticut, has the distinction of 
being the oldest continually running amusement theme park in the United States.  
The interesting history of the park dates back to 1846 and includes, among many other 
notable events, the installation of Connecticut’s first ten-pin bowling alley, 
the establishment, in 1875, of the still continuing Crocodile Club,  and innovations 
like the open air dance floor and thrilling Chris Craft speedboat rides.

      In 1895 the restaurant served a full course dinner for $.50 and in 1929 boat rides 
were $.15. No wonder thousands came from all over New England to enjoy the scenic park. 
During the Big Band Era, dancing under the stars to the likes of the Dorsey band and young 
singer Frank Sinatra kept the crowds coming.

      Read all about the park,  the carousel, and band organ at www.lakecompounce.com 
Maintaining an historic carousel and a band organ is a true labor of love combined with 
the skill of fine craftsmanship.  In selecting the music, specially cutting the band 
organ rolls, recording, and producing the final product, many people contributed their 
expertise and knowledge to achieve the grand sound that the 153 Military Style Wurlitzer 
Band Organ produces on this recording. 

      To all, many thanks are due:

Producer Andy Adams;
Lake Compounce Theme Park
Arranger Rich Olsen
Consultants: 
Brian Wenzinger,  Matthew Caulfield,  Dr. Bill Black,  
and J. Harwood Norton, Jr.
John Montagnese of Carriage House Recording
Bob Newman of RA Newman Organ Co., RI;
Bill Finkenstein, carousel horse restorer;
Dynamic Recording, Rochester, NY
Mechanical Music Digest
Carousel Organ Association of America

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