Great-though-unknown french bands of the 30's team up with more anonymous US bands of the 20's.
The ubiquitous Martin Cayla gave some space to his compatriots on his record label, Le Soleil.
The famous and prolific band director recorded quite a lot of hot sides during his decade with Brunswick.
Uncommon, still very enjoyable, sides by Glenn Miller before he became a social phenomenon.
Gid Tanner's young brother had his own career but most of his recordings have not been properly reissued, or reissued at all.
The hottest of the house bands of the small labels.
Four fine unreissued dance sides by Lou Gold and his orchestra. Read also about Broadway Records.