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Podcast 27: Lita Rosa to Jean Sablon, Jimmy Shand and Harry Roy

Duration: 01:00:57
Three dance records to start us off. Two different takes on the accordian - Jimmy Shand with Scottish dance in strict tempo and the far from strict tempo Bob Skyles and his Sky Rockets with 'Swinging with the accordian man.' Then its authentic Canadian Square Dance with the Red River Boys on the Mel
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Three dance records to start us off. Two different takes on the accordian - Jimmy Shand with Scottish dance in strict tempo and the far from strict tempo Bob Skyles and his Sky Rockets with 'Swinging with the accordian man.' Then its authentic Canadian Square Dance with the Red River Boys on the Melotone label. Also up: Anne Shelton, Savoy Havana Band, Harry Roy and his Ragamuffins and Sid Philipps and his band and Lita Rosa(pictured). Phylis Robbins, Sheffield's blonde bombshell, we've played her before doing a comedy song but this is a straight rendition of a love song- rather good too. Randolph Sutton from 1930 and ' Put your troubles through the mangle.' To our ears its more social history than comedy. A change of genre and country, two from France: Jean Sablon and Charles Trenet. Trenet sings the lovely 'La Mer.' To take us out we have both sides of a Mugsy Spanier record, 'Someday sweetheart and That Da Da Strain. In between its the pared down simplicity of Jess Stacy, Gene Krupa and Israel Crosby and Barrel House. Top tunes, one and all, in their very own way.
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