American and European dance bands and vocalists from the 1920s 1930s and 1940s.....

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    A rare glimpse of what it was like shooting a talkie musical in 1930. :D


    I've Got My Eye On You (1930)

     
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    A rather new one it's 1978 you know?

    A very nice version nevertheless.

    GEORGIA ON MY MIND - WILLIE NELSON
     
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    love it love it want to go back...but then..LOL y'all know that :10:


    Bing Crosby sings "Snuggled on Your Shoulder" while flying off with the girl at the end of the picture. From the 1933 short comedy Sing Bing Sing.


    Bing Sings "Snuggled on Your Shoulder"
     
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    1943. Kinda sounds like the Boogie Woogie Bugler Boy of Company B at the start. As a string, keyboard and percussion musician (occasional vocals), I am always amazed with brass musicians who can play in tune.



    The lead vocalist in this blows away all the hyped celebrity crap, politically correct non-White or self hating White vocalists with their goofy costumes and silly drama making millions off stupid, ignorant fans of garbage.

     
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    :5_1_12024:dancing .....:mm: :2up:




    Summer Stock (1950) – Get Happy – Judy Garland
     
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    so....

    this morning I went shopping, and they were playing this early 1960s song there....it made me so sad...I went away....


    I love that song so much it reminds of my father who is gone...better leave than cry inside the shop I think...


    todo es triste,,,,
    Antonio Carlos Jobim - Triste
     
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    meh

    better go now...good night
     
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    Lovely!

    Wes Montgomery - Here's That Rainy Day - Live London 1965
     
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    posted this before I think but again because I love it!!! :113:

    Peppy "Ten Gallon Hat" dance number from 1930
     
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    why do I care about posting this vintage beautiful music .....for this 2019 moronic ignoramus idiots..whatever

    oh well

    In my book this is among the best from back then....hope you like


    Take A Look At Her Now (1929)
     

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