Performer: Vaughn De LeathWriter: Dreyer; Tobias; TobiasVocal; Novelty accomp. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. The recording on the other side of this disc: Why Do They Call Them Flappers? Technical Notes: Some surface wear. Identifier 78 giggling-gertie er-tobias gbia0012404b.
Album Title: Why Do They Call Them Flappers?, Giggling Gertie. Genre: Pop. Label: Columbia – 1513-D Type: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM Country: US Date of released: 1927 Category: Pop Style: Vocal.
Also, flappers defended them by contrasting themselves with earlier generations of women whom they called "clinging vines". They mocked the confining fashions and demure passivity of older women and reveled in their own freedom . So, some people would call them "charity girls" to differentiate them from prostitutes as the girls claimed that they did not accept money in their sexual encounters with me. .Actress Norma Talmadge. Why, they are the young girls with their hair still hanging down their backs. They are the sort that can climb up ropes hand over hand and pose at the top. ^ The Jazz Age.
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First Name: Vaughn Last Name: De Leath Alternate Name(s): Leonore Vonderlieth Skills/Instrument: lyricist vocal Gender: f Date of Birth: Wednesday, September 26, 1894 Birthplace: Mount. Alternate Name(s): Leonore Vonderlieth. Now They Call It Swing - Song. Columbia University in the City of New York.
Vaughn De Leath September 26, 1894 – May 28, 19431 was an American female singer who gained popularity in the 1920s, earning the sobriquets The Original . Dancing the Devil Away", part one of article on De Leath in conjunction with CD release on Document Records. Vaughn De Leath: The Radio Girl, a collection of vintage recordings. BNF: cb14169842f data.
Vaughn De Leath (September 26, 1894 – May 28, 1943) was an American female singer who gained popularity in the 1920s, earning the sobriquets "The Original Radio Girl" and "First Lady of Radio. Although popular in the 1920s, De Leath is little known today. De Leath was an early exponent of a style of vocalizing known as crooning. She was born as Leonore Vonderlieth in the town of Mount Pulaski, Illinois in 1894.
|A||–Edith Clifford||Why Do They Call Them Flappers?|
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