Wurlitzer Melodies At The Lake Vol. 2
153 Military Style Band Organ

Lake Compounce Theme Park
Bristol, Connecticut


"Wurlitzer Melodies At The Lake"
A Special Tribute To Lake Compounce Theme Park



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  1. A Hundred Years From Now 2:34 MP3
  2. Officer Of The Day 3:01
  3. Paul Revere’s Ride 2:10
  4. Our Director 2:31
  5. The Homecoming 2:45
  6. Royal Trumpeters 3:05 MP3
  7. A Jolly Sailor 2:03
  8. Blaze Of Honor March 2:00
  9. The Letter Carriers 2:01 MP3
  10. Fidelity March 2:01
  11. The New Liberty March 1:25
  12. Jack Of Spades March 1:54
  13. The Fight Is On March 1:36
  14. Wonderful One 1:49 MP3
  15. Little Rover 2:29
  16. Do You Know The Way To San Jose? 1:52 MP3
  17. Top Of The World 2:14
  18. Welcome Back Kotter 2:00
  19. Somewhere My Love (Lara’s Theme) 3:06
  20. Georgy Girl 2:12
  21. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head 2:56
  22. Downtown 1:45
  23. Dolores 2:28
  24. Sunshine 2:04
  25. I Still Love You 2:29
  26. Laugh Clown, Laugh 2:15
  27. Happy Birthday 2:59
  28. I Wanna Hold Your Hand 2:11
  29. Surfin’ USA 2:26
  30. Hound Dog 2:26 MP3
  31. Here Comes The Sun 2:44
Total Time 71 minutes

      Lake Compounce Park History     

      The name Lake Compounce is derived from John Compound, 
a Mattatuck/Tunxis Native American Chieftain. On December 2, 1684, 
his wife and several tribal members affixed their waxed 
fingertip marks to a deed that conveyed the Compound’s Lake 
to a group of white settlers who had migrated to central 
Connecticut from Massachusetts.

      On October 6, 1846, Samuel Botsford, an influential Bristol 
scientist, persuaded property owner Gad Norton, an original settler 
escendant, to let him conduct a series of beautiful experiments in 
electricity. Well publicized, the event drew thousands of spectators 
who witnessed the demonstration amidst the beauty of the woods and water. 
Although the final experiment of blowing up from shore, two huge jugs 
of gunpowder tied under a raft in the middle of the lake failed, 
it did inspire Mr. Norton to action. He put a path around the lake, 
set up picnic tables, allowed public swimming and rowing on the lake, 
and built a gazebo for lakeside band concerts. Lake Compounce had 
officially opened to the public as a picturesque picnic park.

Producer Andy Adams thanks:
Lake Compounce Theme Park 
Arranger Rich Olsen 
Consultant:  Matthew Caulfield 
Bob Newman of RA Newman Organ Co., RI, ranewmanco@aol.com;
Dynamic Recording, Rochester, NY
Mechanical Music Digest
Carousel Organ Association of America
PlayRite Music Rolls Inc.;