e-lo

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Member Since: 3/7/2002
Total Mixes: 94
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Songs for a New Depression

Artist Song Buy
Four Hawaiian Guitars  Singin' in the Bathtub  buy on itunes
The Boswell Sisters  When the Little Red Roses (Get the Blues for You)  buy on itunes
Maxine Sullivan and Her Orchestra  Blue Skies  buy on itunes
Tony Martin  Song of the Flame  buy on itunes
Maggie Jones  Box Car Blues  buy on itunes
Ruth Etting  Cryin' for the Carolines  buy on itunes
Al Jolson  My Mammy  buy on itunes
Eddie Cantor  Alabamy Bound  buy on itunes
Don Redman's Orchestra (with the Mills Brothers)  Shuffle Your Feet/Bandanna Babies  buy on itunes
Django Reinhardt  I Can't Give You Anything But Love  buy on itunes
Gracie Fields  Dancing With Tears In My Eyes  buy on itunes
Frank Crumit  A Gay Caballero  buy on itunes
The Sunshine Boys  Smile, Darn Ya, Smile  buy on itunes
Ziggy Elman and His Orchestra  Am I Blue?  buy on itunes
Coventry Hippodrome  "Happy" Selection Intro: I Want to Be Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again/Happy Feet/Back to Those Happy Days/Many Happy Returns of the Day/Spread a Little Happiness/I Want to Be Happy  buy on itunes
Ray Noble and His Orchestra  Pagan Moon  buy on itunes
Al Bowlly, Lew Stone, Nat Gonella & the Monseigneur Band  I Can't Write the Words  buy on itunes
The Skillet-Lickers  Turkey In the Straw  buy on itunes
Three Ambassadors with Jimmie Grier Orchestra  Freddy the Freshman  buy on itunes
The Original Dixieland Jazz Band  Tiger Rag  buy on itunes
Coon-Sanders  I Need Lovin'  buy on itunes
Player Piano Roll  Ain't We Got Fun  buy on itunes
Fiddlin' John Carson  The New Comin' Round the Mountain  buy on itunes
Paul Robeson  Got the South in My Soul  buy on itunes
Bunny Bergin & Dick McDonough & His Orchestra  I'm One Step Ahead of My Shadow  buy on itunes
The Mills Brothers (with Louis Armstrong)  In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree  buy on itunes
???  It Ain't Gonna Rain No More (Field Recording)  buy on itunes

Comment:

Popular music from the 1930s, with some tracks dating earlier, and one or two from slightly later. Mostly popular "jazz" and torch songs with a little light opera, blues,"country," and few novelty tunes.
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Mixxer
Date: 5/27/2008
Make sure joey de vivre and Retro Joe check this out.

#15 would sure cheer me up.
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doowad
Date: 5/28/2008
Depressing tittle, but spot-on mix from top to bottom. I would love to hear this. Great cover art too.
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2old2matter
Date: 5/29/2008
Great stuff! Is all of this commercially available? Ditto Doowad.

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