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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

1940...the MUSIC: Part 3.........all the tunes, all the genres...

1940.  Whether live, by radio, or phonograph....we listened to a LOT of music that year. From mountain Hawaiian and jazz........Here's Part 3 of my collection.

Oh, me.....there's A LOT more to come........Stay tuned :)

A beautiful life -Byron Parker Mountaineers

A handful of stars -Glenn Miller v=Ray Eberle
Alice Blue Gown -Frankie Masters (from radio)
Arleen -Jimmie Lunceford
Big Beaver -Bob Wills
Blue Eyed Elaine -Ernest Tubb
Bob Wills Special -Bob Wills
Boo-wah Boo-wah -Cab Calloway
Boog-it-Mills Brothers/Louis Armstrong
Bukka's Jitterbug Swing -Bukka White
By the watermelon vine. Lindy Lou -Benny Carter v=Mills Brothers
Cimarron, Roll On -Jimmy Wakley Trio
Don't you lie to me-Tampa Red
Easy Does It-Bobby Byrne v=Dorothy Claire
El Rancho Grande -Gene Autry
Harmonica Stomp -Sonny Terry/ Blind Boy Fuller
High on a windy hill-Gene Krupa
Hot Lips -Henry Busse
I love you too much -Gene Krupa
I Miss You So -Cats and The Fiddle
I surrender dear -Benny Carter
I'll Get Along Somehow -Ernest Tubb
I'll Never Cry Over You -Ernest Tubb
I'll never smile again -Fats Waller and His Rhythm
In the Hills Of Roane County -The Blue Sky Boys
Johnson Rag -Larry Clinton
Juke box jump -Georgie Auld
Jumpin At The Woodside -Django Reinhardt w/ Alix Combelle and His Swing Band
Junction blues -Erskine Hawkins
Just for old time's sake -Hank Penny and His Radio Cowboys
King for a day -Artie Shaw
L'Heure Bleu  -Maxine Sullivan
Lament for Javanette -Ben Webster
Let's Do It -Tony Pastor
Little Miss -Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy/Mary Lou WIlliams
Lonesome Highway Blues -Lucious Curtis
Low down gal blues -Lewis Bronzeville Five
The Dying Truck Driver -The Delmore Brothers
The Last Time -Louis Armstrong

Meanwhile......Dover...The English coast......the front lines of the German air war

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