Various - Beer Parlor Jive - Western Swing - 1935-1941 download mp3 album
Beer Parlor Jive - Western Swing - 1935-1941 (LP, Comp, Mono). String Records (2). STR801.
January, 1935 - April 7, 1941. Hot as I Am: Western Swing 1935-1941. This release from Rambler's early-'80s LP series of Western Swing albums is an excellent sampler taken from the early prime years of the lively music. There are selections from the Light Crust Doughboys, Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers, the Tune Wanglers, the Modern Mountaineers, Milton Brown and His Brownies, Jimmie Revard's Oklahoma Playboys, Bill Boyd's Cowboy Ramblers and the Saddle Tramps.
Swing music, or simply swing, is a form of popular music developed in the United States that dominated in the 1930s and 1940s. The name swing came from the 'swing feel' where the emphasis is on the off–beat or weaker pulse in the music. Swing bands usually featured soloists who would improvise on the melody over the arrangement
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Western Swing 1935-1941, String STR 801 (1977). Country Music, South and West, New World NW 287 (1977). Rollin' Along, An Anthology of Western Swing, Tishomingo TSHO 2229 (1976). Vol. 2, Historic Recordings, Old-Timey LP 116 (1975). Bruner, Cliff;'s Texas Wanderers Appearance as principal performer. Draggin' the Bow, Beer Parlor Jive. Western Swing 1935-1941, String STR 801, LP (1977), trk Union Grove 50th Aniversary Album, Union Grove SS 08 (1974ca). Brusletten, Buzz Side Performer Appearance. Angel Band, All the Good Times, Cardinale CDLP (197?) Brusletten, Karin Side Performer Appearance. Angel Band, All the Good Times, Cardinale CDLP (197?) Brusoe, Leizime Appearance as principal performer. Highland Fling American Fiddle Tunes, Library of Congress AFS L62, LP (1971), trk 4.
James Robert Wills (March 6, 1905 – May 13, 1975), better known as Bob Wills, was an American Western swing musician, songwriter, and bandleader. Considered by music authorities as the co-founder of Western swing, he was universally known as the King of Western Swing.
Swingin’ Into Christmas - A Western Swing Christmas Album (99). The Orchard New York’s King of Western Swing Salutes The Bob Wills Era, Vol. 1 (03). Shelly Lee Alley & his Alley Cats. Krazy Kat KKCD 34 Alley Cat Stomp (1937–1941) (06) England Note: 26 tracks - 24 with his Alley Cats from Vocalion (1 prev. unissued) and Bluebird labels, 2 with Lummie Lewis & his Merrymakers. Notes by Kevin Coffey. Bronco Buster CD 9019 Western Swing Memories (1936–1941) (96) Germany Note: All tracks on CD for first time! Cattle CCD 261 Lone Star State Swing (02) Germany Note: 26 tracks from 1935–1941. Doughboys CD DR1005 Texas Swing - The Light Crust Doughboy Way (?) Doughboys CD DR1008 Around The World - Tunes We Played In Europe (96).
|–Milton Brown And His Brownies||Yes Sir!|
|–Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers||Draggin' The Bow|
|–The Tune Wranglers||Chicken Reel Stomp|
|–Buddy Jones||Settle Down Blues|
|–Bill Boyd And His Cowboy Ramblers||The Train Song|
|–Adolf Hofner And His Texans*||Joe Turner Blues|
|–Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers||When You're Smiling|
|–Milton Brown And His Brownies||Somebody's Been Using That Thing|
|–The Hi-Flyers||Hi-Flyer Stomp|
|–Sons Of The West||Sally's Got A Wooden Leg|
|–Texas Wanderers||Sundown Blues|
|–Milton Brown And His Brownies||Black And White Rag|
|–Jimmie Revard And His Oklahoma Playboys*||Holding The Sack|
|–The Hi-Flyers||Beer Parlor Jive|
|801||Various||Beer Parlor Jive - Western Swing - 1935-1941 (LP, Comp, Mono)||String Records||801||UK||1975|
|STR801||Various||Beer Parlor Jive - Western Swing - 1935-1941 (LP, Comp, Mono)||String Records||STR801||UK||1977|