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World Famous Comics: Arthur Roseburg Fascinating Rhythm: Original Songs of the 1920s
Arthur Roseburg Fascinating Rhythm: Original Songs of the 1920s
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By: Bert Firman, Red Nichols, Savoy Havanah Band, The Charleston Chasers, The Savoy Orpheans, Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Arthur Roseburg, Lloyd Keating, Various Artists
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Binding: Audio CD
Format: Import
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: February 26, 2008
Studio: Past Perfect

Other Editions:Features:
  • This collection, impeccably restored to pristine clarity, is a own time machine, a way of buying into those far-off times of glitzy pleasure, when sober reality was simply not on the agenda
  • Including The Charleston, in a version by the Savoy Orpheans which is notable for some typically tricky saxophone choruses and the danceable tempo
  • With Paul Whiteman - a true giant of American dance music in every sense, for not only was Whiteman a man of impressive physical bulk, he was also the 'King of Jazz',
  • Featuring Louis Armstrong, the most celebrated jazz musician of his day. His creativity, instrumental command and rhythmic daring setting the pace for a generation of musicians
  • Danceable 1920s tempos, strong melodies, wacky lyrics, wailing saxophones, banjo and tuba rhythms, a sense of fun, no thought in mind other than the creation of pleasure
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Fascinating Rhythm: Original Songs of the 1920s
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Product Description:
1920s Greatest Hits !

We see the 20s as a period of unparalleled hedonism, quite unlike any other, with Bright Young Things seemingly engaged in a perpetual day-and-night party, fuelled by bathtub gin and dancing wantonly to the bright, snappy rhythms of jazz.

F. Scott Fitzgerald defined the era as the 'Jazz Age', publishing his novel 'The Great Gatsby' in 1926, a key text for the times, encapsulating the headlong but ultimately self-destructive mood of the moment, what one writer called 'the greatest, gaudiest spree in history'.

Track List:

The Rhythmic Eight - Kansas City Kitty

Red Nichols - After You've Gone

Savoy Havana Band - Masculine Women & Feminine Men

The Charleston Chasers - Wabash Blues

The Savoy Orpheans - The Charleston

Jack Hylton & His Orchestra - There's One Little Girl Who Loves Me

Miff Moles Little Molers - You Took Advantage of Me

New Mayfair Orchestra - Spread a Little Happiness

Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra - Louisiana

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - Cotton Club Stomp

Jack Hylton & His Orchestra - Button Up Your Overcoat

Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra - There Ain't No Sweet Man

Ted Lewis & His Band - Glad Rag Doll

The Savoy Orpheans - Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue

Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang - Dinah

The Rhythmic Eight - Umtcha, Umtcha, Da, Da, Da

The Savoy Havana Band - Turkish Towel

Arthur Roseburg - Lets Do It

Lloyd Keating - Turn On The Heat

Louis Armstrong - That Rhythm Man

Frankie Trumbauer & Bix Beiderbecke - Singin' The Blues

Ambrose & His Orchestra - Painting The Clouds With Sunshine

Johnny Hamps Kentucky Serenaders - Black Bottom

Arcadians Dance Orchestra - When I Met Connie In The Cornfield

Jack Hylton & His Orchestra - Sunshine

The Savoy Orpheans - Fascinating Rhythm

Disc 1:
  1. Kansas City Kitty
  2. After You've Gone
  3. Masculine Women & Feminine Men
  4. Wabash Blues
  5. The Charleston
  6. There's One Little Girl Who Loves Me
  7. You Took Advantage of Me
  8. Spread a Little Happiness
  9. Louisiana
  10. Harlem Twist (East St. Louis Toodle-Oo)
  11. Button Up Your Overcoat
  12. There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears
  13. Glad Rag Doll
  14. Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue
  15. Dinah
  16. Da Umtcha Umtcha, Da, Da
  17. Turkish Towel
  18. Let's Do It
  19. Turn on the Heat
  20. That Rhythm Man
  21. Singin' the Blues
  22. Painting the Clouds with Sunshine
  23. Black Bottom
  24. When I Met Connie in the Cornfield
  25. Sunshine
  26. Fascinating Rhythm
 



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