- Performer:Paul Page
- Title:Paul Page
- Date of release:March 29, 2000
- Size FLAC version1992 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1657 megabytes
- Size WMA version1658 megabytes
- Formats:AHX WAV AU TTA MMF FLAC
Paul Page (born November 25, 1945) is an American motorsports broadcaster who is best known for serving as the host play by play of the Indianapolis 500 for 16 years and for the Indianapolis 500 and IndyCar Series on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network. Page was the radio Voice of the 500 from 1977 to 1987, and again from 2014 to 2015. Page's broadcasting career started at WIBC in the late 1960s.
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Paul Page - poet, pagan, and playboy of Polynesian pop and Hapa Haole exotica. The music on this unusual exotic album, takes you right to the ocean’s edge, mingles you with jungle drums and animals, the booming surf, seagulls, and ocean liners in a coral kaleidoscope of sounds. This is the real deal authentic tiki bar soundtrack. Paul Page and his Paradise Music entertained in Polynesian themed restaurants all over Southern California from the late ’30s to the mid-60s, then all the way out to the Kona Coast during the late ’60s and early ’70s.
Listen to Ala Wai Blues from Paul Page's Passport To Paradise (Remastered) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Paul Page was a lifetime member of the Hollywood/La musician's union. He was a piano player, singer, band director, artist, writer, and composer. He published many albums and wrote hundreds of songs. View full artist profile.
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Paul Page eased into this scenario in the early 1940s: I moved my radio program to the NBC studios at Sunset and Vine, and then I'd go over and do The Seven Seas. that was my job as an entertainer. When asked what he did on his day off, his answer was simple enough: Slept. Page went so far as to use the actual logos of these restaurants on the album covers. Exploitation of the best kind, indeed. While all this was happening, Page began to pursue his art career as well.
Paul F. Page, composer, teacher, and performer, has recently retired from a 36-year teaching career?music, journalism, English?and now divides his time among tutoring, composing, arranging, and performing. His original music has been published by J. Paluch/World Library Publications, Mark Foster Music, Curtis Music, The Oregon Catholic Press, Hinshaw Music, Somerset Press/Hope Publishing, Lorenz Music, and CynMar Publications, his own production company.
CreditsJohn E. Abbey - Bass
Lance Doss - Guitar, Guitar (Steel), Mandolin, Mixing, Organ, Percussion, Producer, Vocals
Robert Kirk - Mixing, Photography
Paul Page - Bass, Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Chris Vreeland - Composer
|1||Make It Alright Paul Page||Paul Page||3:26|
|2||I'm Too Old for Elvis Paul Page / Chris Vreeland||Paul Page||2:27|
|3||Can't Hold on, Can't Let Go Paul Page||Paul Page||3:56|
|4||Sad Fall Day Paul Page||Paul Page||3:23|
|5||Never Quit You Paul Page||Paul Page||2:37|
|6||Gram Paul Page||Paul Page||4:46|
|7||Ain't So Hard to Tell Paul Page||Paul Page||2:46|
|8||All Damn Summer Paul Page||Paul Page||2:24|