Bob Ralston is definitely the King of the Keyboards of America - Lawrence Welk
Home Biography
Shop Lawrence Welk Info Links Contact Us
 

Lawrence Welk Info

Lawrence Welk On PBS - Episode List 1977

< back to Welk main page

HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD -- Host: Rose Weiss -- Jan. 8, 1977
1 - On Moonlight Bay ---- orchestra
2 - Till We Meet Again ---- Guy Hovis & Ralna English
3 - Top Hat, White Tie and Tails ---- danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King
4 - Isn't It a Lovely Day to Be Caught in the Rain? ---- Tom Netherton with Bob Smale at the piano
5 - The Piccolino ---- orchestra featuring Myron Floren on accordion
6 - The Carioca ---- Anacani, danced by the latter & Bobby Burgess
7 - Embraceable You ---- Norma Zimmer
8 - I Got Rhythm ---- danced by Arthur Duncan
9 - Our Love Is Here to Stay ---- Tanya Falan
10 - S'Wonderful ---- orchestra
11 - Over the Rainbow ---- Kathie Sullavan
12 - Meet Me in St. Louis ---- Joe Feeney and Bobby, Cissy, Ken, Mary Lou, Jamie, Gail, Jimmy, Sandi
13 - The Boy Next Door ---- saxophone section: Dick Dale, Dave Edwards, Russ Klein, Henry Cuesta, Bob Davis and Johnny Zell on trumpet
14 - The Trolley Song ---- The Semonski Sisters and Jimmy Roberts
15 - Singin' in the Rain ---- Sandi Griffith, Gail Farrell, Mary Lou Metzger
16 - Good Morning ---- Sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
17 - Fit as a Fiddle (and Ready for Love) ---- Ken Delo and the Hotsy Totsy Boys
18 - Don't Fence Me In ---- Ava Barber
19 - Night and Day ---- orchestra

LAWRENCE WELK FAVORITES -- Host: Larry Welk -- Jan. 22, 1977
1 - Calcutta ---- Bob Ralston at the piano, Myron Floren on accordion, danced by Bobby & Cissy, sung by Anacani, Jamie, Kathie, Joe, Jimmy, Ken, also Neil Levang on guitar
2 - Georgia on My Mind ---- Tom Netherton with Bob Smale at the piano
3 - Winchester Cathedral ---- Bob Lido with Sandi Griffith, Gail Farrell & Mary Lou Metzger
4 - Tico Tico ---- Myron Floren on accordion with orchestra
5 - Yellow Bird ---- Jack Imel on merimba, with Cissy, Jamie, Norma, Anacani, Ava, Gail, Sandi, Mary Lou
6 - Tea for Two ---- danced by Arthur Duncan
7 - All the Things You Are ---- Kathie Sullavan with Bob Smale at the piano
8 - Parlez-Moi d'Amour (Speak to Me of Love) ---- Jimmy Roberts & Kathie Sullavan with Bob Smale at the piano and Gail, Norma, Jamie, Mary Lou, Joe, Larry, Bobby, Tom, Ken, Guy
9 - Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Old Oak Tree ---- Ken Delo with Bob Havens on trombone, Henry Cuesta on clarinet & Charlie Parlato on trumpet
10 - The Beer Barrel Polka ---- Myron Floren on accordion with the Semonksi Sisters, danced by Lawrence & little Michelle
11 - Misty ---- Dave Edwards on saxophone with orchestra
12 - Moon River ---- Norma Zimmer
13 - Baby Elephant Walk ---- danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King with Mary Lou & Jack (in animal costumes)
14 - By the Time I Get to Phoenix ---- Ava Barber
15 - Let It Be Me ---- Guy Hovis & Ralna English
16 - Gentle on My Mind ---- Bob Smale at the piano with orchestra
17 - Peg O' My Heart ---- Joe Feeney with Myron Floren on accordion
18 - Maria Elena ---- Anacani with Neil Levang on guitar
19 - Somewhere My Love (Theme from Dr. Zhivago) ---- orchestra

FAMOUS THEME SONGS -- Lawrence Welk -- Mar. 5, 1977
1 - When My Baby Smiles at Me ---- Henry Cuesta on clarinet with orchestra
2 - Does Your Heart Beat for Me? ---- Tom Netherton with Sandi, Gail, Mary Lou, Jamie, Anacani, Cissy and orchestra featuring Barney Liddell on trombone
3 - Tonight We Love ---- Bob Ralston and Bob Smale at the piano with orchestra
4 - Adios ---- Anacani
5 - The Waltz You Saved for Me ---- orchestra, danced by Lawrence Welk & Cissy King
6 - Daddy ---- Tanya Falan with Guy, Larry, Curt, Dick
7 - If I Could Tell You ---- Kathie Sullavan with Bob Ralston at the organ
8 - The William Tell Overture (The Lone Ranger Theme) ---- Myron Floren on accordion with orchestra
9 - Near You ---- Guy Hovis & Ralna English
10 - Theme from Baretta ---- danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King
11 - When You Wish Upon a Star ---- Norma Zimmer
12 - Theme from TV's Happy Days ---- The Semonski Sisters
13 - Dinah ---- Ken Delo with Bob Havens on trombone
14 - The Tonight Show Theme ---- danced by Arthur Duncan
15 - I Walk the Line ---- Ava Barber
16 - Theme from Exodus ---- Joe Feeney with Tanya, Anacani, Gail, Cissy, Ralna, Sandi, Tom, Larry, Guy, Jimmy, Bobby
17 - Smile ---- Jamie Cory with Bob Smale at the piano
18 - Tara's Theme ---- orchestra

TRIBUTE TO NASHVILLE -- Dick Dale -- Apr. 30, 1977
1 - Take Me Home, Country Roads ---- Mary Lou, Joe, Cissy, Bobby, Tanya, Guy, Ralna, Ava, Gail, Norma, Jimmy, Sandi, Arthur, Anacani, Ken, Larry
2 - Wabash Cannonball ---- orchestra
3 - Make the World Go Away ---- Tom Netherton
4 - Sugartime ---- The Semonski Sisters
5 - Gentle on My Mind ---- Bob Smale at the piano, Henry Cuesta on clarinet with orchestra
6 - You're My Best Friend ---- Guy Hovis & Ralna English
7 - Waitin' at the End of Your Run ---- Ava Barber
8 - Suddenly, There's a Valley ---- Norma Zimmer
9 - Untitled ---- danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King
10 - Release Me ---- Anacani with orchestra
11 - Oh, Lonesome Me ---- Sandi Griffith, Gail Farrell & Mary Lou Metzger
12 - She Never Knew Me ---- Jimmy Roberts
13 - Secret Love ---- Kathie Sullavan
14 - Bonaparte's Retreat ---- Tanya Falan, danced by Arthur Duncan
15 - I Really Don't Want to Know ---- Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the organ
16 - I'm Walking the Floor Over You ---- Ken Delo with Neil Levang on guitar
17 - Oh Shenandoah ---- Dick Dale, Ava Barber and entire cast
18 - Square Dance ---- Myron Floren on accordion with Neil Levang on guitar, danced by Bobby & Cissy with Ken, Anacani, Jack, Mary Lou, Jimmy, Gail

THE ROARING 20'S -- Jack Imel -- Sept. 30, 1977
1 - Baby Face ---- Gail, Mary Lou, Sandi, Bob Lido and the Hotsy Totsy Boys
2 - Among My Souvenirs ---- Norma Zimmer
3 - Untitled ---- Myron Floren on accordion
4 - Charleston ---- danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King
5 - I Can't Give You Anything but Love ---- Tom Netherton with Bob Smale at the piano
6 - Isle of Capri ---- Henry Cuesta on clarinet, Russ Klein on saxophone, Charlie Parlato on trumpet
7 - Look for the Silver Lining ---- Kathie Sullavan with Bob Ralston at the organ
8 - I Know That You Know ---- danced by Arthur Duncan
9 - Always ---- Guy Hovis & Ralna English
10 - My Blue Heaven ---- Jimmy Roberts with guitarists Neil Levang & Richard Maloof
11 - Crazy Rhythm ---- Sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
12 - San Francisco ---- The Semonksi Sisters (now 5, not 6)
13 - If You Knew Susie ---- Ken Delo with the Hotsy Totsy Boys
14 - In a Little Spanish Town ---- orchestra with a vocal by Anacani
15 - Sonny Boy ---- Joe Feeney
16 - The Sheik of Araby ---- Johnny Zell on trumpet with Henry Cuesta on clarinet, Bob Havens on trombone, Russ Klein on sax
17 - I Cried for You ---- Ava Barber
18 - Rhapsody in Blue ---- Henry Cuesta on clarinet, Bob Ralston at the piano with orchestra and entire cast

THE SWINGING 30S -- Lawrence Welk -- Oct. 8, 1977
1 - In the Mood ---- orchestra, danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King
2 - Dream a Little Dream of Me ---- Guy Hovis & Ralna English
3 - La Mer ---- Henry Cuesta on clarinet with orchestra
4 - Don't Blame Me ---- Tom Netherton with Bob Smale at the piano
5 - That's What I Like About the South ---- Larry Hooper
6 - Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen ---- Sandi Griffith, Gail Farrell & Mary Lou Metzger
7 - And the Angels Sing ---- Arthur, Anacani, Bobby, Cissy, Mary Lou, Tom, Gail, Ken and orchestra featuring trumpet section
8 - For You ---- Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the organ
9 - The Continental ---- danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King
10 - Adios Marequita Linda ---- Anacani with Jack Imel on the merimba
11 - China Boy ---- Bob Havens on trombone with orchestra
12 - So Tired ---- Gail, Sandi, Mary Lou, Anacani, Kathie, Ralna and Barney Liddell on trombone
13 - Stompin' at the Savoy ---- danced by Arthur Duncan
14 - I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter ---- Ava Barber
15 - When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain ---- Kathie Sullavan with Bob Smale at the piano
16 - Boogie Woogie ---- orchestra
17 - Martha ---- Jimmy Roberts with Myron Floren on accordion
18 - I'm Confessin' That I Love You ---- Ken Delo
19 - Have You Ever Been Lonely? ---- Sheila & Sherry Aldridge with Neil Levang & Richard Maloof on guitar

TRIBUTE TO SONG AND DANCE MEN -- Jack Imel -- Oct. 22, 1977
1 - Song and Dance Man (with interpolation of Swanee River) ---- Norma, Ralna, Gail, Sandi, Guy, Ken, Jimmy, Joe, danced by Bobby, Arthur, Jack, Cissy, Mary Lou
2 - Smoke Gets in Your Eyes ---- orchestra
3 - Look to the Rainbow ---- Kathie Sullavan with Bob Smale at the piano
4 - Dancing in the Dark ---- danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King
5 - Get Happy ---- Sandi Griffith, Gail Farrell, Mary Lou Metzger
6 - Doin' the New Lowdown ---- danced by Arthur Duncan
7 - How Do You Say Goodbye? ---- David & Roger Otwell (also on guitar)
8 - Gary, Indiana ---- sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
9 - Thank Heaven for Little Girls ---- Tom Netherton with Bob Smale at the piano
10 - For Me and My Gal ---- Guy Hovis & Ralna English
11 - The Last Time I Saw Paris ---- Norma Zimmer with Myron Floren on accordion
12 - An American in Paris ---- orchestra
13 - Qui Sas? ---- Anacani
14 - Once in Love with Amy ---- Sung by Larry Hooper with Dick, Jimmy, Guy, Ken, danced by Bobby Burgess, Cissy King, Jack Imel, Mary Lou Metzger
15 - The Orange Blossom Special ---- Ava Barber
16 - Mary's a Grand Old Name ---- Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the piano
17 - Singin' in the Rain ---- Ken Delo with Neil Levang on guitar, danced by Jack Imel, Cissy King, Arthur Duncan, Mary Lou Metzger, Bobby Burgess, sung by Norma, Ralna, Gail, Sandi, Guy, Jimmy, Tom, Joe

SALUTE TO MEXICO -- Anacani -- Nov. 12, 1977
1 - South of the Border ---- Norma, Anacani, Kathie, Gail, Mary Lou, Tom, Dick, Jimmy, Curt, Charlie
2 - Manana ---- Bob Ralston at the piano
3 - Fernando ---- Sheila & Sherry Aldridge with Neil Levang on guitar
4 - Solamente Una Vez (You Belong to My Heart) ---- Anacani with musicians
5 - Dance of the Spanish Flea ---- danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King
6 - Frenesi ---- Henry Cuesta on clarinet with orchestra, danced by Lawrence and Anacani
7 - What a Difference a Day Makes ---- Tom Netherton with Bob Smale at the piano
8 - Untitled ---- orchestra
9 - Ferdinand ---- Ken Delo
10 - Padre ---- Joe Feeney
11 - Cutsita ---- danced by Arthur Duncan
12 - La Golandrida ---- Jack Imel on the merimba with Lawrence on accordion
13 - Cuanto le Gusta ---- Sandi Griffith, Gail Farrell, Mary Lou Metzger
14 - Amor ---- Kathie Sullavan
15 - It Happened in Monterey ---- Norma Zimmer & Jimmy Roberts
16 - The Breeze and I ---- orchestra
17 - El Rancho Grande ---- Myron Floren and Anacani on accordion
18 - Release Me ---- Ava Barber
19 - Untitled ---- Lawrence Welk on accordion, danced by Anacani and Bobby Burgess
20 - La Raspa ---- danced by Sandi, Arthur, Lawrence, Anacani, Cissy, Bobby, Mary Lou, Jack, Gail, Ken

CHILDREN'S FAVORITES -- Sandi Griffith -- Nov. 26, 1977
1 - Medley from "Snow-White" ---- orchestra
2 - The "Sleeping Beauty" Waltz ---- danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King, reprised by Lawrence & Cissy
3 - Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo ---- Sandi Griffith, Gail Farrell, Mary Lou Metzger
4 - My Little Buckaroo ---- Jimmy Roberts
5 - Talk to the Animals ---- orchestra
6 - Little Toy Trains ---- Guy Hovis & Ralna English
7 - The Skater's Waltz ---- danced by Arthur Duncan
8 - Lullaby of Love ---- Norma Zimmer with Kathie, Ralna, Anacani, Mary Lou, Sandi, Gail
9 - (How Much Is That) Doggie in the Window ---- Ava Barber
10 - Chopsticks ---- Bob Ralston and Gail Farrell at the piano
11 - Real Live Girl ---- Ken Delo
12 - It's a Small World ---- Myron Floren on the accordion
13 - Chapanecas ---- Anacani
14 - I've Got No Strings ---- Sung & danced by Bobby Burgess, Cissy King, Jack Imel, Mary Lou Metzger, Arthur Duncan
15 - Over the Rainbow ---- Kathie Sullavan
16 - Daddy's Little Girl ---- Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the organ
17 - The Barnyard Blues ---- Jack Imel on drums, Johnny Zell on trumpet, Henry Cuesta on clarinet, Bob Havens on trombone
18 - Old MacDonald Had a Farm ---- Bob Lido with Ralna, Guy, Dick, Gail, Mary Lou, Bobby and entire cast

MEET OUR MUSICAL FAMILY -- Larry & Lynn Welk -- Dec. 10, 1977
1 - Strike Up the Band ---- orchestra
2 - The Tennessee Waltz ---- Ava Barber
3 - A Prayer Is a Wonderful Thing ---- Tom Netherton with Gail, Norma, Sandi, Mary Lou, Dick, Jimmy, Charlie
4 - All I Really Need Is a Girl ---- Sung by Bobby Burgess, danced by Bobby and Cissy King
5 - The Minute Waltz ---- Myron Floren on accordion and Bob Ralston at the organ
6 - Together Wherever We Go ---- Sandi Griffith, Gail Farrell, Mary Lou Metzger
7 - In the Garden ---- Norma Zimmer
8 - Canadian Sunset ---- Henry Cuesta on clarinet with orchestra
9 - The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi ---- Joe Feeney with Tom, Curt, Jimmy, Bobby, Larry, Ken
10 - Estoy Contendo ---- Anacani with Gail Farrell and Sandi Griffith
11 - California, Here I Come ---- danced by Arthur Duncan with Bob Smale at the piano
12 - Is It True What They Say About Dixie? ---- Guy Hovis & Ralna English
13 - The Sound of Music ---- Kathie Sullavan
14 - The Town and Country Polka ---- sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel
15 - My Old Kentucky Home ---- Jimmy Roberts with Dick, Guy, Curt, Larry
16 - Waltzing Mathilda ---- Ken Delo
17 - Medley of songs from "Fiddler on the Roof" ---- orchestra

< back to top






Home | Bio | Shop | Lawrence Welk Info | Links | Contact Us
© Copyright 2005 Bob Ralston       Site Design by Clever Pup