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Σάββατο, 6 Δεκεμβρίου 2008

εικονες για την εκπομπή μου "παλιά αμερικάνικη μουσική" -5 (W from A to N) στο radiobubble.gr

1. Woody_Herman
2. WelbyTooney
3. Wayne King 4. Winifred Atwel

Σε λίγη ώρα θα ανέβει στο radiobubble.gr ακούστε τη!
-->> UPDATE: 17 Dec. 2008-->> Εξαιτίας των θλιβερών γεγονότων που συνέβησαν την αποφράδα αυτή μέρα, η εκπομπή ανέβηκε σήμερα.

Περιέχονται τα μουσικά κομμάτια, με τη σειρά που ακούγονται:

1. AMOR Wayne King
2. ASLEEP IN THE DEEP Wilfred Glenn
3. ATLANTA G A Woody Herman
4. BLACK AND WHITE RAG Winifred Atwell
5. BLUE FLAME Woody Herman
6. BLUE LOU Woody Herman
7. BLUIN' THE BLUES Wilbur Sweeatman's Original Jazz Band
8. BOULEVARD OF MEMORIES Woody Herman
9. CIVILIZATION Woody Herman
10. CLARINET MARMALADE Wild Bill Davison
11. CORRINE CORRINI Wingie Manone
12. CROSS HANDS BOOGIE Winifred Atwell
13. DEVIL'S HEART Wesley Tuttle
14. FIDGETY FEET Welles Jazz Band
15. HILLBILLY HEAVEN Wesley Tuttle
16. I'M A REAL KINDA PAPA Wingie Manone
17. IM GETTIN MIGHTY LONESOME FOR YOU Wayne King
18. IM MAD Willie Mabon
19. ISLE OF CAPRI Wingie Manone
20. IT AIN'T GONNA RAIN NO MO' Wendall Hall
21. I WISH I WAS SINGLE AGAIN Welby Toomey
22. JEALOUS LIES Wesley Tuttle
23. KANSAS CITY BLUES Wilbur Sweatman
24. LINGER IN MY ARMS A LITTLE LONGER BABY Woody Herman
25. LUCINDA Willie Mabon
26. MABEL MABEL Woody Herman
27. MISIRLOU Woody Herman
28. MY SECOND BEST WOMAN Walter Brown
29. NIGHT LATCH Willie Mabon
30. NO TRUE LOVE Woody Herman
31. I'mTellin The Birds I'mTellinThe Bees Wendell Hall

-->> Σημειώσεις για τους καλλιτέχνες:

WAYNE KING
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_King

Wayne King - Dream A Little Dream Of Me, 1931
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keFkJ9HDHlQ



http://www.bigbandlibrary.com/wayneking.html

given name: Harold Wayne King
birth: Feb. 18, 1901, Savanna, IL
death: Jul. 16, 1985, Paradise Valley, AZ

http://www.cmt.com/artists/az/king_wayne/bio.jhtml
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WILFRED GLENN
http://www.naxos.com/artistinfo/Wilfred_Glenn/2497.htm

Wilfred Glenn - Asleep in the Deep 1913 Victor 17309
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQ6WnqOlV3I
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WOODY HERMAN
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woody_Herman
Woodrow Charles Herman (May 16, 1913 – October 29, 1987), better known as Woody Herman, was an American jazz clarinetist, alto and soprano saxophonist, singer, and big band leader.

http://www.woodyherman.biz/main.html

Woody Herman After You've Gone
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jz6Eqm8WZPc



Woody Herman Orchestra - Four Brothers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUhnGNHQEFA
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WINIFRED ATWELL

Winifred Atwell (27 February 1914 – 28 February 1983) was a pianist who enjoyed great popularity in Britain and other countries (including Australia) from the 1950s with a series of boogie woogie and ragtime hits.
Atwell was born in Tunapuna in Trinidad and Tobago as Una Winifred Atwell.

The Black and white rag by Winifred Atwell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAKhv4IQy5c

Five Finger Boogie by Winifred Atwell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uo37ZlHGvRw



Piano tuners boogie by Winifred Atwell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4Ebev8LVgE

Winifred Atwell - If You Knew Susie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfMcTKCPEcU

Winifred Atwell Plays "Stardust"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjN3ckUGqlM
no embed

Britannia Rag by Winifred Atwell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dalR9J3borA

Dixie Boogie by Winifred Atwell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqEstYRxe3o

Bumble Boogie Played By Winifred Atwell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPacehHwOGw

Winifred Atwell - Cross Hands Boogie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiSIXKBdoqQ

http://www.45-rpm.org.uk/dirw/winifreda.htm
http://www.artistdirect.com/nad/music/artist/card/0,,663090,00.html?src=redirsearch&artist=Winifred%2bAtwell
http://www.flickr.com/photos/7388762@N03/2343696411/
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WESLEY TUTTLE - WITH TEARS IN MY EYES
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlrOTspmIBg



A number 1 hit in 1945 for Wesley Tuttle.The brevity of the 1940s and '50s country charts did a disservice to artists like Wesley Tuttle, who enjoyed wide exposure on radio, television, and film but had few chart

http://www.artistdirect.com/nad/music/artist/bio/0,,561830,00.html
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WENDELL HALL
"It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo'" (Wendell Hall, 1923)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWQA2lcYbdo



From: RReady555

About
Wendell Hall's a quadruple threat here, as lyricist, composer, vocalist and ukelele player.

The nonsense verses are largely of folk origin (Hall provided an additional 48 for the intrepid)...the song was the #1 hit in America for six weeks and sold over 2,000,000 copies.

IT AIN'T GONNA RAIN NO MO'
Wendell Hall, 1923

1. Oh! the night was dark and dreary. The air was full of sleet.
The old man stood out in the storm. His shoes were full of feet.

CHORUS: Oh! it ain't gonna rain no mo', no mo'. It ain't gonna rain no mo',
But how in the world can the old folks tell it ain't a-gonna rain no mo'?

2. Oh! Mosquito he fly high. Mosquito he fly low.
If old man 'Skeeta light on me, he ain't gonna fly no mo'.

IT AIN'T GONNA RAIN NO MO
Extra Verses - Repeat Chorus after Each Verse
By Wendell Hall

1. Oh, the butterfly flits on wings of gold, the June-bug wings of flame.
The bedbug has no wings at all, but he gets there just the same.
2. Oh, a bullfrog sittin' on a lily pad, lookin' up at the skies.
The lily pad broke and the frog fell in, got water all in his eyes.
3. Oh, a black and white animal out in the woods. Says, "Ain't that little cat pretty?"
I went right over to pick it up, but it wasn't that kind of a kitty.
4. Oh, a man lay down by a sewer, and by the sewer he died.
Now, at the coroner's re-quest, they called it sewer-side.
5. Here's a verse 'bout a man and a trombone. The words to it are few.
He blew, he blew, he blew, he blew, he blooey, blooey, blue.
6. Oh, I saw a sign in a hardware store: "Boy wanted, sixteen years."
Now, that's too long to wait for a boy. It brings eyes to my tears.
7. Possum up a 'simmon tree, rabbit on the ground.
Rabbit say: "You old son-of-a-gun, shake them 'simmons down."
8. Got a li'l ol' dog whose name is Jack. I wish they'd bring him back.
He chases the big hogs over the fence and the little ones through the crack.
9. Now, Mary had a little lamb. It had a sooty foot.
In little Mary's bread and jam, his sooty foot he put.
10. A peanut sittin' on a railroad track, its heart was all a-flutter.
The train came roarin' round a curve. Toot, toot! Peanut butter.
11. I know a Swedish waitress. Her maiden name was Schwartz.
Good gosh! the gal was homely like a dishpan full of warts.
12. The fox he has a bushy tail. The possum's tail is bare.
The rabbit has no tail at all, but only a tuft of hair.
13. Now, I sat down in the garden. A bee came buzzin' round,
So I stood up and let the bee sit where I sat down.
14. Oh, I've got a gal with big blue eyes and the sweetest ruby lips,
But she ain't got no more pepper than a garter snake has hips.
15. A bare-headed man, bewildered, says to me, "Where am I at?"
Now, I don't think that's what he meant. He meant, "Where is my hat?"
16. Got a redhead gal in Chicago. Got a letter from her today.
Here's what she said: "My hair was red, but now you've turned it gray."
17. Get away from my front window. Quit knockin' at my front door,
'Cause I've got another sweetie and I can't use you no mo'.
18. Oh, the air was full of raindrops and the street was full of hims.
They stood around like tree trunks a-lookin' at the limbs.
19. She was happy till she met him, then she left him all alone,
'Cause the big ox slipped and his trousers ripped and he broke his collarbone.
20. Oh, they tell me that a graveyard is a dawg-gone lonesome place.
They pull you down into a hole and throw mud in your face.

(Etc.)

http://vintage-recordings.com/vocalshow13.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wendell_Hall
http://www.answers.com/topic/wendell-hall

http://www.archive.org/details/WendellHall-ImTellinTheBirdsImTellinTheBees
(two (2) mp3)

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1736861/bio

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