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Ken Mackintosh And His Orchestra - Dancing To The Roaring Twenties flac album

Ken Mackintosh And His Orchestra - Dancing To The Roaring Twenties flac album
Title:
Dancing To The Roaring Twenties
Performer:
Ken Mackintosh And His Orchestra
Style:
Big Band, Dixieland
Released:
FLAC album size:
1493 mb
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VOX MMF VQF AU AC3 AUD MOD
Genre:
Rating:
4.8 ✪

Album · 2004 · 24 Songs. Ben Selvin & His Orchestra, Vol. 2. 2009. Early Swing, Vol. 1. 2012. Am I Blue? (Authentic Recordings 1928 -1929).

By His Orchestra, Ben Selvin. PLAY ALL. Sounds From The Roaring Twenties: Ben Selvin & His Orchestra 1924-1926. Released by Timeless Records Jul 2008 24 Tracks. By His Orchestra, Ben Selvin. Sounds From The Roaring Twenties: Ben Selvin & His Orchestra 1924-1926 is a English album released on Jul 2008. Sounds From The Roaring Twenties: Ben Selvin & His Orchestra 1924-1926 Album has 24 songs sung by His Orchestra, Ben Selvin. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Sounds From The Roaring Twenties: Ben Selvin & His Orchestra 1924-1926 songs on Gaana.

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This browser doesn't support this site Web Player. Switch browsers or download this site for your desktop. Sounds From the Roaring Twenties: Ben Selvin and His Orchestra 1924-1926. By Ben Selvin and His Orchestra.

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The term "roaring" speaks to the loud, exciting and exuberant events of the era. During the beginning of the 20th century, America experienced a social revolution that drastically altered everyone’s way of living. The boom in business also led to more jobs and thus more people with money to spend on the newly manufactured goods. By the time the 1920s were underway, the positive effects of this revolution were in full effect

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Tracklist

A1 The Charleston
A2 There's A Blue Ridge Round My Heart Virginia
B1 Everybody loves My Baby
B2 Miss Anabelle Lee

Notes

Made and printed in Great Britain.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM/NCB