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1920s and 1930s Jazz and Pop guaranteed to wake up the mind and make it smile. Music that shimmers with wit and levity and beats with the pulse of life. Updated weekly! Playlists at

About Andy Senior

I have been a fan of early 20th century music as long as I can remember. Consequently, over the past 40+ years I have amassed a huge trove of pre-1940 recordings which I transfer and restore to create each week's edition of Radiola.

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The music of the 1920s and 1930s has a lightness and a vitality totally lacking in other musical realms. Also, it could be sophisticated, smart, and funny. It is not the over-processed, demographically-targeted pop of later years. It was all in one take, all on one mike, spontaneous, and totally in the moment. Hence it is still fresh, joyous, and new, even after eight decades. Playlists and original broadcast dates for each program may be found at my Radiola! blog.

ANYWHERE I SQUANDER This RADIOLA! admits to feeling considerably lighter, though not in a way we'd prefer.

ABANDONED AT MIRTH This RADIOLA! is determined to amuse.

IT MAY FIND YOU This RADIOLA! can't hide from the implications of its own competence.

LESS DENSE IN THE PANTS This RADIOLA! celebrates a diminishing abundance, among other things.

PROOF OF THE PUDDING This RADIOLA! has nothing further to say about desserts.

LAZY DOG DAYS This RADIOLA! just can't seem to keep the quick brown fox from the door.

EXCEEDING ONE'S GRASP This RADIOLA! is not so much about multi-tasking as it is about juggling.

UNDERTHROW This RADIOLA! is hardly revolting at all.

PHONING FROM THE OFFICE This RADIOLA! puts you on hold, but with better music.

SPARE THE PROD This RADIOLA! requires neither a carrot nor a stick.