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08 December 2008

The Roaring Twenties

Another out of print collection, The Golden Years: The Roaring Twenties. When I originally posted this I couldn't find the booklet, but since then have found it and the scans are included in the file. This is a pretty good compilation with a few tracks that show up in many sets, but it does have some lesser common entries such as ODJB, the Revelers, Eddie Walters, and Charlie Straight. I really like Sunny Side Up here because it's such a breezy melody, but the whole cd is good listening. Enjoy. +


01 Tiger Rag - Charles Dornberger & His Orchestra
02 Jazz Me Blues - Original Dixie Land Jazz Band
03 Doo Wacka Doo - Isham Jones & His Orchestra
04 I'm Gonna Charleston Back To Charleston - The Revelers
05 Ukulele Lady - Harry Reser's Syncopators
06 Hi-Diddle-Diddle - Charlie Straight & His Orchestra
07 When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along - Al Jolson
08 There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder - Johnny Marvin
09 H'lo Baby - Eddie Walters
10 Changes - Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
11 The Varsity Drag - Sam Lanin & His Famous Players
12 Plenty Of Sunshine - Fred “Sugar” Hall and His Sugar Babies
13 That's My Weakness Now - Helen Kane
14 Makin' Whoopee! - Eddie Cantor
15 Singin' In The Rain - Cliff Edwards
16 Happy Days Are Here Again - Johnny Marvin
17 Sunny Side Up - Chick Endor
18 Red Hot Chicago - Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians


doug said...

I'm happy. Thanks for fabulous songs which are digitized with a true master's touch. These are great and easy to liosten to.

Chester Proudfoot said...

All the credit goes to the sound engineers. Glad you like the music.

Chester Proudfoot said...

Scans of the cover, booklet text and info have been added to the post.

sturgeonjohnp said...

The rapidshare link is dead for The Roaring 20's.

Thanks again in advance.