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Discussion in 'Radio' started by mikepara, Sep 23, 2006.
Great versions all of them
I saw that too, but went with Ruth. His version is much peppier though
from last night; listening to the Mr. singing along in full voice to this playing on the CD player, while he's looking at me when singing certain lyric lines as he's bringing our dinners (that he had just finished making, his homemade healthier version of Cioppino) to the living room (where we sat to watch a "Thin Man" DVD). Perfect. Wow, life don't get much better than that, Baby! btw, this song is great for dancing WestCoast Swing to
From the long hot summer of 1932, a hot mess from Earl Hines and band.
I'm listening to the great and under appreciated Georgie Fame.
Just checked the first post to make sure this doesn't have to be Golden Age stuff...not a big fan of big band, etc., although I do like the blues from the period. (later edit: and the Carter Family...I'll always listen to them!)
But I just found a DVD of Steve Earle's Live at Montreux 2005 at a thrift store and I've been watching that all evening. The man is good...very good.
who but Artie Shaw could have kept this both melancholy and swingin...
Aah. The Suicide Song. One of my favourites
Thanks rue Ella is superb...
Sam Cooke - You Send Me
^ Ahhh..... Sam Cooke..... nothing like him
Fits my mood this morning.... great song.
Hey did you know there's a movie with the same title?
Jesse Stafford and His Orchestra - "Doin' The Raccoon"
[/QUOTE]Fits my mood this morning.... great song.
Hey did you know there's a movie with the same title? [/QUOTE]
Why no Rue, I didn't...is it good????
I don't know, but it comes highly recommended
Lupe Vélez -- Mi Amado (1929)
Hmmmm... not a lot of golden age music listening here - none, in fact - but I did enjoy three Vic 'n' Sade episodes
A Porch Collapses (39-06-13)
Two Tons of Coal (39-07-05)
Preselected School Clothes (39-08-30)
Paul Rhymer could take the small odds and ends of everyday life and make it humorous~
Ichiro Fujiyama -- Wine Or Tears (1931)
I'm always on the lookout for interesting and/or unusual recordings and I just came across this one. This very Western-sounding Japanese recording is unusual in my book because its a prewar recording. Most Japanese jazz and dance band recordings tend to be postwar while the majority of the prewar pop tunes I've heard are usually the more traditional-sounding fare. In addition, the lyrics are in English.