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Lawrence Welk Show Musical Memories, January 25, 1969

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This one is a bit confusing, because Mary Lou says it's 1965, but it's actually 1969. As far as I can tell, this is the only iteration of this show on YouTube!

Guests: Bob Ralston

Original Air Date: January 25, 1969

This show opens with Myron Floren and dancers Bobby Burgess and Cissy King setting the scene for a salute to Musical Memories with a lovely version of the "Pennsylvania Polka." Arthur Duncan keeps his feet taping "Doin' the New Low Down" in a salute to Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle perform an accordion duet, "Just Because." Norma Zimmer leads the entire group singing "God Bless America" as a special tribute to Kate Smith.

"Pennsylvania Polka" - Myron Floren on accordion, danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

"Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen" - Sandi Griffiths, Salli Flynn and Andra Willis

"That's What I Like about the South" - Larry Hooper

"Tschaikovsky's Concerto in B Flat Minor (Tonight We Love)" - Bob Ralston on piano

"Doin' the New Low Down" - Sung and danced by Arthur Duncan

"I'll Never Smile Again" - Steve Smith, with Charlie, Norma, Andra, Curt

"Song of India" - Barney Liddell on trombone

"Will You Remember" - Natalie Nevins and Joe Feeney

"Just Because" - Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle accordion duet

"Sentimental Journey" - Tanya Falan

"Boo Hoo" - Orchestra, with Dick Dale, Charlie Parlato and Kenny Trimble

"Carolina Moon" - Jimmy Roberts

"Sugar Blues" - Norman Bailey on trumpet

"Oh, Johnny" - Andra Willis

"Shanty in Old Shanty Town" - Bob Lido, with Larry, Charlie, Curt, Kenny, Dick

Dance Medley:

‍ "Too Much Mustard"/ "Saxophobia"/ "Clarinet Polka"/ "In The Mood"/ "Land of 1,000 Dances" - Danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King, with Lawrence cutting in

"Linda" - Dick Dale

"Woodchopper's Ball" - Orchestra, featuring Bob Havens on trombone

"God Bless America" - Norma Zimmer, with Jimmy, Curt, Bobby, Steve, Arthur, Joe, Andra, Tanya, Cissy, Salli, Sandi, Natalie

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