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Mills Brothers
Original & Greatest Hits

Tiger Rag
You Always Hurt The One You Love
St. Louis Blues
Bugle Call Rag
Swing It, Sister
Sleepy Head
Across The Alley From The Alamo
You Rascal, You
I Heard
Nobody's Sweetheart
Rockin' Chair
I Wish
It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
I Don't Know Enough About You
Be My Life's Companion
Sixty Seconds Got Together
Till Then
I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
Put Another Chair At The Table
Goodbye Blues

The four Mills Brothers had a style that combined the best elements of vaudeville, Negro minstrelsy and the barbershop quartet with elements of the new jazz sound. Their habit of cupping their hands over their mouths to create an orchestral sound (similar to effects created by Europe's Comedy Harmonists), was a sensational factor in their success story, and appearances on popular radio programs like "Rudy Vallee's Fleishmann's Yeast Hour" led to their first million-selling record, "Tiger Rag/Nobody's Sweetheart" in 1931. The Brothers endeared themselves to movie audiences the world over with appearances on such hits as "Big Broadcast of 1932" with Bing Crosby, Kate Smith, Cab Calloway and the Boswell Sisters.

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Vocal Jazz  | Accompanied | Male | United States

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