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In Celebration of the Human Voice - The Essential Musical Instrument

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Various Artists: Black Secular Vocal Groups - The Thirties

My Little Dixie Home - Red Cap Quartet
They Kicked The Devil Out Of Heaven - Red Cap Quartet
Mammy Lou - Four Southern Singers
Be Ready - Four Southern Singers
Hambone Am Sweet - Four Southern Singers
You're Sweet To Your Mammy/Mudder Knows - Four Southern Singers
Old Man Harlem - Four Southern Singers
Careless Love - Four Southern Singers
Take My Seat And Sit Down - Mississippi Mud Mashers
Bring It On Home To Grandma - Mississippi Mud Mashers
Let's Go To Dinner - Mississippi Mud Mashers
Don't 'Low No Quartet Singin' In Here - Mississippi Mud Mashers
Moonglow - Mississippi Mud Mashers
Tiger Rag - Mississippi Mud Mashers
Cushion Foot - Five Jinks
Za Zu Swing - Five Jinks
I' m Moaning All Day For You - Five Jinks
There Goes My Headache - Five Jinks
Found A Baby Down Dixie Way - Five Jinks
Dirt-Dishing Daisy - Five Jinks
Just Dream Of You - Norfolk Jazz Quartet
Shim Sham Shimmie At The Cricket's Ball - Norfolk Jazz Quartet
Mama Don't Allow It - Norfolk Jazz Quartet
Ol' Man Mose - Norfolk Jazz Quartet

This second volume moves us chronologically into the 1930's, a time when slicker, smoother, more polished and sophisticated vocal groups were gaining ascendancy in pop quarters. The groups included here show some of the barbershop stylings and imitations of instruments made popular at the time by groups such as the Mills Brothers. These groups were capturing the imaginations of popular fans and Harlem hipsters alike with their smooth, sweet and sometimes swinging harmonies.

Item code: 4643C | 1 CD | $15.98 |add item to cart
Black Vocal Groups | Primarily a cappella | Male | United States
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