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Mr. Sweenys Learned To Swing - Roy Fox & His Orchestra - Strictly Insrumental (Vinyl, LP)

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  2. 4/24/ WebCOM™ ; 4/6 Question Joseph and Cleoma, who made the first Cajun recording, were husband and wife. Type: True or False Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): False Question Amedee Ardoin began recording in with his friend and partner, a white fiddler named Dennis McGee. Type: True or False Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): True Question Dennis McGee .
  3. View Homework Help - Chapter 6 Review Questions from HIST OF AM OW01 at Loyola University New Orleans. CHAPTER SIX: IN THE MOOD: THE SWING ERA, Review/Discussion Questions 1. Describe.
  4. The most successful dance orchestra at the Cotton Club in Harlem. By the time the Swing era came around, he had been making music for over 20 years. Some younger listeners found his music to be weird, and his popularity started to wane during the Swing era. Racism definitely reduced his popularity from what it could have been.
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  6. Reggae blends Jamaican music, which has many African roots, with North American rhythm and blues. The result is a popular music with strong bass lines, heavy use of electronic instruments, and complicated rhythms that are superimposed on a relaxed underlying tempo.
  7. Condition is Used. Zonophone 78 10" Elsie Southgate and her sister Dorothy Eileen Alannah Killarney Zonophone 78 10" Maurice Elwin Ramona Cobblestones Brunswick 78 10" Ben Selvin and his Orchestra My Baby knows how
  8. Roy Fox and his band mates entertained so many people; and this tune shows why--they were great! "Keep Young And Beautiful" is by Roy Fox & His Band; they ace this effortlessly. In addition, there's "I'll String Along With You" by Ray Noble & His Orchestra as Al Bowlly sings the lyrics very, very well/5(30).

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