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04 September 2016

101 Strings - Million Seller Hit Songs Of The 30's

The years between 1930 and 1939 produced some of the great popular ''evergreens'' of the century. It was an era to usher in the golden age of the dance bands and the pre-war radio and screen personalities that are now legendary. Who of us over 30 can ever forget Glenn Miller's Moonight Serenade, Artie Show's unforgettable version of Begin the Beguine or the Ink Spots singing It's a Sin to Tell a Lie - the warm nostalgia of Larry Clinton's Deep Purple in contrast to Les Brown's swingin'
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm.
A total of twelve wonderful songs dressed in the sound of magnificence. All of Robert Lowden's sparking arrangements in this album have retained the flavor of the original hit recordings of these million seller songs that mirror musical America in the thirties.

101 Strings - Million Seller Hit Songs Of The 30's
Alshire S-5035
A1.Moonlight Serenade
Written-By – Miller, Parish
A2.Embraceable You
Written-By – Gershwin
A3.It's A Sin To Tell A Lie
Written-By – Mayhow
A4.I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
Written-By – Berlin
A6.Portrait Of You
Written-By – R.W. Lowden
A6.Night And Day
Written-By – Cole Porter
B1.Deep Purple
Written-By – Parish, De Rose
B2.Begin The Beguine
Written-By – Cole Porter
B3.September Song
Written-By – Anderson, Weill
Written-By – R.W. Lowden
B5.I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
Written-By – Bassman, Washington
B6.Good Night Sweetheart
Written-By – Campbell, Noble, Connelly, Vallee

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