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Delta Rhythm Boys
Radio, Give Me Some Jive

A-Sittin' & A-Rockin'
One O'Clock Jump
I'm Beginning to See the Light
Jersey Bounce
Are You For It
St.Louis Blues
Get On Board Little Children
Texas Polka
Hey, John
Snoqualimie Jo Jo
My Sacrifice
Darktown Strutters' Ball
Dry Bones
Jack You're Playing The Game
Jut A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'
Rigoletto Blues
Snoqualomie Jo Jo
Take the 'A' Train
The More I Go Out With Somebody Else
Give Me Some Skin
I'm Beginning to See the Light
Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me
Shoe Shoe Baby
Paper Doll
How High The Moon
East Of The Sun
Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
Bugle Woogie

Twenty nine track compilation contains radio & movie soundtrack performances from 1941-45 from the legendary & innovative Delta Rhythm Boys, who were one of the first vocal groups to wear matching color uniforms (most prior groups wore only black tuxedos) & one of the first groups to choreograph their moves on stage. This features the songs "A-Sittin' & A-Rockin'," "East Of The Sun," "Star Dust," "Darktown Strutters' Ball," "How High The Moon" & others.

Item code: 7479C | 1 CD | $17.98 add item to cart
Vocal Jazz  | Some a cappella | Male | United States

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