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1929-34 ()


Here's a superb album of rare Ted Lewis recordings that is well worth investigating. It is the perfect counterpart to The Jazzworthy Ted Lewis on Retrieval and Is Everybody Happy? on Living Era. The folks at Timeless Historical were wise to concentrate on a timeline beginning in December 1929 and ending in November 1934, after Lewis had switched from Columbia to Decca. This emphasizes the important role that Lewis played in jazz and pop culture during the Great Depression. Despite the omission of the famous Fats Waller ...

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  1. You've Got That Thing
  2. Harmonica Harry
  3. Old Playmate
  4. An Ev'ning in Caroline
  5. My Woman
  6. Sweet Sue, Just You
  7. Somebody Loves You
  8. There's a New Day Comin'
  9. There's a Ring Around My Rainbow
  10. Buy American!
  11. Try a Little Tenderness
  12. The Gold Diggers' Song
  13. Stormy Weather
  14. It's Sunday Down in Caroline
  15. Lazy Bones
  16. Rhythm
  17. Night and Day
  18. Ten Thousand Years Ago
  19. Jazznochracy
  20. White Heat
  21. Pop, Goes Your Heart
  22. A There's a Gonna Be a Wedding in the Band
  23. Sweetie Pie
  24. (I Got A) New Deal in Love
  25. Earthquake
  26. I Can Sew a Button
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