Deadsplinter Up! All Night: Vintage Radio

Heading back in the time machine

Welcome to your Friday night DUAN!

Tonight let’s throw it back. Wayyy back to the 1920s thru the 1950s.

A bygone era of women in long swishy skirts and men in grey suits dancing to that classic sound.

Thanks for swinging around here tonight, Deadsplinter!

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  1. ^.^
    hell yes

  2. I was born in the wrong era

    Ma Rainey – See See Rider Blues


  3. Cole Porter Anything Goes 


  4. Robert Mitchum – What Is This Generation Coming To?

  5. Buddy Holly – Rave On


  6. There was a musicians’ strike from 1942-1944,  so there were a lot of hit songs that only had bare-bones instrumental accompaniment.  Bandleaders were exempt because they were management and for some reason bells players and whistlers showed up on a lot of these records too.  It was a strange few years for pop music.

  7. quiet here..guess ill go for a twofer


  9. Not too far from me…


  10. Quite the controversial number in its day, believe it or not. 
    Cab Calloway, “Minnie The Moocher” 

    And now I’m going to go all Depression-era on you. 
    Ben Selvin & His Orchestra, “Happy Days Are Here Again” 

    Rudy Vallee, “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” 

  11. One of the most important guitarists to the evolution of jazz guitar 


  12. When you can’t find a friend you still got the radio

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