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Trixie Smith With Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra - Everybody's Doing That Charleston Now / Love Me Like You Used To Do download mp3 album

Trixie Smith With Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra - Everybody's Doing That Charleston Now / Love Me Like You Used To Do download mp3 album
Performer:
Trixie Smith
Album:
Everybody's Doing That Charleston Now / Love Me Like You Used To Do
Released:
1925
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1537 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1121 mb
WMA vers. size:
1443 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
307

A Everybody's Doing That Charleston Now B Love Me Like You Used To Do. Notes.

Trixie Smith Vol. 2 1925-. Love Me Like You Used to Do. Trixie Smith Vol. My Daddy Rocks Me No. 2. Smith worked in New York's theaters during the 1920s and '30s as an actress-singer and stayed active throughout her life. She recorded prolifically during 1922-25 for Black Swan and Paramount with her best-known dates resulting in four songs in 1925 in which Louis Armstrong was in her backup group; other sidemen along the way included James P. Johnson, Phil Napoleon and members of Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra

My Daddy Rocks Me - No. 2, No Good Man. Trixie Smith. Everybody's Doing That Charleston Now (Take 1). My Daddy Rocks Me, Parts 1 & 2. Railroad Blues (alternate take). How Come You Do Me like You Do? Trixie Smith. Trixie Blues (Remastered).

Henderson played a key role in bringing improvisatory jazz styles from New Orleans and other areas of the country to New York, where they merged with a dance-band tradition that relied heavily on arrangements written out in musical notation. The new music that developed at Henderson's hands and under his mentorship allowed the composer's art to flourish, yet left room for the improvisatory talents of individual jazz soloists-striking a balance that has influenced jazz ever since. Goodman even used the same arrangements as the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra had used. The band went on to become one of the most popular of the Swing bands. Henderson's own popularity suffered somewhat in the 1930s as his band began to face competition from those led by Ellington, Count Basie, the Dorsey Brothers, and others.

Fletcher Henderson Orchestra discography. A history of Jazz before 1930. This site contains thousands of songs from this era in Real Audio 3 format, as well as hundreds of biographies and discographies of Jazz musicians. How Come You Do Me Like You Do (Gene Austin, Roy Bergere). How Come You Do Me Like You Do. 11-17-1924. I'll Always Be In Love With You (Ruby, Green, Stept).

Why don't you spark me like you used to do? Почему ты не возбуждаешь меня как раньше возбуждала? When you whisper sweet nothings like you used to do. Тогда ты шептала всякие глупости как всегда, I'm the same old trouble that you've always been through

Everybody's watching me Ooh ooh, what can I do If you're not here to tell you? Uh oh, where can I go? Everybody's watching me. I go through all the trouble of keeping it within my walls I try to be as subtle as I can Soon enough it eats me, all I’ve done defeats me It looks like you were right again And again. I let you find it on your own Then I found myself alone

Tracklist

Everybody's Doing That Charleston Now
Love Me Like You Used To Do

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
12330 Trixie Smith With Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra* Trixie Smith With Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra* - Everybody's Doing That Charleston Now / Love Me Like You Used To Do ‎(Shellac, 10") Paramount 12330 US 1925
100 Trixie Smith With Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra* Trixie Smith With Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra* - Everybody's Doing That Charleston Now / Love Me Like You Used To Do ‎(Shellac, 10", RE) Mouldie-Fygge 100 US 1947