Four sides recorded to promote an already successful revue, without the star singer of the revue.
New songs added and historic details revealed.
The Tahitian brand Mareva gave voices to the lepers of the Orofara colony, who sing for their brethren around the world.
Lost Songs has been put in parentheses because of another time-consumming project detailed here.
While Swing, as a musical genre, took all the attention in the 30's and beyond, stars of the 20's Miff Mole, Red Nichols and Frank Signorelli had to adapt to survive.
G.I. Jive was the AEF "juke box of the air" during WWII, hosted by the most famous AFRS performer: G.I. Jill.
Details of the posts that have been updated, upgraded or revised this spring.
The Mitchell's Jazz Kings is, without any doubt, the most successful American band in Paris in the immediate post-WWI era.
A record bought upon its promise of being a rare curiosty teached me a good lesson.
A few sides from both recording sessions Muggsy Spanier did for V-Disc in 1944 and 1945.