Here's a soundtrack from '34, the film re-mastered, Art Turkisher leading the band, putting down the notes. Great Depression entertainment industry employed many frame maker artists, staying alive. Released August 10 1934.
First heard in '51, lol !
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There is quite literally a whole world of music to explore, for anyone who will take the time.
Over the years, I have posted music from many diverse regions and cultures. In this thread I have posted some of my favorite bands.
Tuba Skinny and BGKO both play traditional music from different continents, but if you pay attention, you can find many common elements. Each was founded by someone with a vast wealth of knowledge in the music of that region.
Somewhat more avant garde are two that I came across just this year. Otta Orchestra is a group of Russian musicians lead by Li Otta, who conducts and writes most of their pieces. Then there is Gwenifer Raymond, who defies description. Just listen.
Music can separate us, or bring us together. Each of us has a choice. You can spend your life listening to Adele or Florida/Georgia Line...or you can go outside, enjoy the sunshine and embark on an adventure.
Here is a tune you may not have heard, but you can be sure some guys in London were listening to this American band back in 1968. I think I wore this track out when I was 13 years old, before anybody ever heard of Led Zepplin.