Various - The World Of Charleston mp3 album
I’d Rather Charleston. by Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra. by Jelly Roll Morton’s Red Hot Peppers. by The Savoy Havana Band. by Ben Selvin’s Bar Harbor Society Orchestra. Let’s All Go To Mary’s House. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
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13. –George Olsen's Music. Vocals – Bob Borger, Fran Frey, Larry Murphy (2). 2:51. 14. –Johnny Hamp & His Kentucky Serenaders. Album subtitle is incorrect. It should be 25 Vintage Recordings, not 250. Reply Notify me Helpful.
On the 40th anniversary of the album’s original release, here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about News of the World. 1. The album was primarily recorded in the same studio where the Sex Pistols were finishing Never Mind the Bollocks, leading to some memorable encounters between the two bands. Most of News of the World‘s tracks were cut at London’s Wessex Studios, an arrangement which put the band on a collision course with British punks the Sex Pistols, who were working in the same studio complex on their landmark debut album. So I put lots of individual repeats on them. Not an echo but a single repeat at various distances. And the distances were all prime numbers. When we recorded each track, we put a delay of a certain length on it.
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The original Charleston craze started in 1923, with the song The Charleston, by Jimmy Johnson with words by Cecil Mack. Elizabeth Welch sang it in Runnin’ Wild, one of the Broadway revues that showcased black music and performers. The dance that went with it was picked up and copied, by other stage performers and by the public. In the 1920s, the springy, energetic jazz dances were a break with the past, another reaction to a changed world.
We met by the four corners on Broad and had a very detailed walking tour of old Charleston and the inside of city hall, with a lot of terrific Revolutionary and Civil war history. By: Walks of Charleston. Downtown Charleston Culinary Tour.
|1-1||–Orchester Hans Karbe||Charleston-Time||1:46|
|1-2||–Orchester Andy Bauer||Happy Charleston||2:10|
|1-3||–Orchester Andy Bauer||Schnucki||2:15|
|1-4||–Jean Toots Thielemans* & Eugen Cicero & Golden Music Sound Orchestra||Als Oma So Jung War||2:03|
|1-5||–Kuno Alexander||Charleston Medley||4:38|
|1-7||–Dorthe Kollo & Manfred Sexauer||Schorschi, Ach Fahr Mit Mir Im Automobil||2:30|
|1-8||–Hazy Osterwald Sextett||Ausgerechnet Bananen||3:05|
|1-9||–Roger Eggermont||It's Formidable||2:35|
|1-10||–The Charleston Kids||Black Bottom||2:37|
|1-11||–The Charleston Kids||Bei Mir Bist Du Schöm||2:07|
|1-12||–The Charleston Kids||Louis Is A Ladykiller||3:38|
|1-13||–The Firhouse Charleston Band||Golden Nugget||2:12|
|1-14||–Orchester Gus Brendel||Meet In Charleston||2:17|
|1-15||–The Charleston Kids||Stepking Of Broadway||2:25|
|1-16||–The Charleston Kids||Down By The Riverside||2:41|
|2-1||–The Charleston Kids||Charleston||2:03|
|2-2||–The Charleston Kids||Alexander's Ragtime Band||2:11|
|2-3||–The Charleston Kids||O Marie||2:29|
|2-4||–Horst Winter & Orchester Benny De Weille*||Ich Nenne Alle Frauen Baby||3:00|
|2-5||–The Charleston Kids||Lady In Red||2:49|
|2-6||–The Firhouse Charleston Band||Chocolate Charleston||2:43|
|2-7||–The Charleston Kids||Sie Will Nicht Blumen||1:58|
|2-8||–The Charleston Kids||Brillianten Püppi||2:30|
|2-9||–The Charleston Kids||Ragtime Kitty||2:34|
|2-10||–Orchester Jimmy Thanner||Charleston Time||2:21|
|2-11||–Jacques Raymond||Lady Be Good||1:29|
|2-12||–Bobby's Dixie-Band||In The Charleston Land (Potpourri)||3:13|
|2-13||–The Smoking Band||Charleston Medley||2:22|
|2-14||–René Ninforge||Joyeux Charleston||2:00|
|2-15||–Marika Rökk||Wir Tanzen Wieder Charleston||2:55|
|2-16||–Jacques Raymond||Hallo, Du Süsse Klingelfee||2:06|
|2-17||–Bert Campbell With Rhythm Section||Yes Sir, That's My Baby||1:53|
|2-18||–Dorthe Kollo||Casey Jones||1:57|
NotesCd1 Total Playing Time: 40:44
Cd2 Total Playing Time: 42:33
Cd1- Track 1-5 Charleston Medley
* Schmidtchen Schleicher
* Original Charleston
* Yes Sir, That's My Baby
Cd2 - Track 2-12 : In The Charleston Land
* Wohin Geht Stifelius-San Diego
* Hiawatha Rag
* Golden Gate
Cd2 - Track 2-13 : Charleston Medley
* Black Bottom