Various - The Golden Age Of Jazz Of The Thirties album flac
Title: The Golden Age Of Jazz Of The Thirties
Style: Big Band, Swing
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The Golden Age of Grotesque is the fifth studio album by Marilyn Manson, released on May 5, 2003 by Interscope Records. It incorporates themes from the glamorous Swing era of the thirties, as well as from the Weimar Republic of pre-Nazi Germany. It spawned two singles ("mOBSCENE" and "This Is the New Shit"). It was revealed in a 2007 interview with Kerrang! that this was intended to be Marilyn Manson's departure from music, however his divorce drove him to write the album's successor, Eat Me, Drink Me.
The Encyclopedia of Jazz, Vol. 2: Jazz of The Thirties.
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Free download and listen A to Z of Thirties Jazz Volume. Tracks count: 25. Views: 3. Joe Venuti And His Blue Four - Hell's Bells And Hallelujah 03:00. Joe Venuti And His Blue Four - Hell's Bells And Hallelujah 02:59. Joe Venuti And His Blue Six - Jazz Me Blues 03:26.
Recognize the annexation of a part of Czechoslovakia by Hitler. Provokes a general strike which marks the end of the Popular Front. Hitler invades Poland (an ally of France). War is declared against Germany and France mobilizes its army. For 10 months almost nothing happens as France awaits the arrival of the German army. In 1940, Germany invades France which falls immediately under the control of the Nazis. The Occupation begins. The Cinema of the Thirties:The Golden Age of French Cinema. The economic crisis of 1929 results in the failure of the great French studios.
|A1||–Joe Venuti And Eddie Lang's Blue Five||Pink Elephants|
|A2||–Joe Venuti And His Orchestra||Hiawatha's Lullaby|
|A3||–Adrian Rollini And His Orchestra||Charlie's Home|
|A4||–Joe Sullivan||Gin Mill Blues|
|A5||–Joe Venuti And His Blue Six||Sweet Lorraine|
|A6||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues|
|A7||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Ain't Cha Glad?|
|B1||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Texas Tea Party|
|B2||–Joe Venuti And His Blue Four*||Hell's Bells & Hallelujah|
|B4||–Bud Freeman And His Windy City Five||The Buzzard|
|B5||–Gene Krupa And His Chicagoons*||The Last Round Up|
|B6||–Gene Krupa And His Chicagoons*||Blues Of Isreal|
|B7||–Bunny Berigan And His Blue Boys||Chicken & Waffles|
NotesPreviously released int he World Records label under the title "Jazz in The Thirties" - number SHB 39.
This compilation (p) 1983 Music For Pleasure LTD.
|GX 2509||Various||The Golden Age Of Jazz Of The Thirties (LP, Comp, Mono)||Music For Pleasure||GX 2509||UK||1983|
|WM 5853||Various||The Golden Age Of Jazz Of The Thirties (LP, Comp, Mono, Club)||World Record Club||WM 5853||New Zealand||1983|
|TC-GX 2509||Various||The Golden Age Of Jazz Of The Thirties (Cass, Comp)||Music For Pleasure||TC-GX 2509||UK||1983|