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Juke Box Saturday Night

Juke Box Saturday Night
Autumn Serenade
Dig-Dig-Dig For Your Dinner
One Sunday Afternoon
There! I've Said It Again
(There's Something About A) Home Town Band
I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night
I Can't Carry A Tune
Ain't Misbehavin' (Salute to Fats Waller)

The Modernaires phenomenal half century career began as a trio of high school singing pals from Buffalo N.Y. who went to New York City where they soon added a fourth voice. Early bands with which they sang were led by George Hall and Ozzie Nelson. They were employed by Paul Whiteman, "The Dean of American Music" and recorded with him for Decca, frequently with collaborator Jack Teagarden. In 1941 they joined Glen Miller and participated in the original recordings of "Chattanooga Choo Choo," "Kalamazoo," "I Know Why" and "Juke Box Saturday Night." Paula Kelley joined the group at this time, after marriage to Hal Dickinson, and they continued on for almost another fifty years!

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Vocal Jazz  | Accompanied | Mixed | United States
csp 28101

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