zondag 21 mei 2017

Karekieten olv Willy Francois & Nelly - Als mijn pappie zich scheert (1952) (Omega 21.785 mtx Fo 3395) (78rpm)

Karekieten olv Willy Francois & Nelly - Als mijn pappie zich scheert

Leslie Sarony - Ice cream (1928) (Edison Bell Radio 837 mtx 88084) (78rpm)

Leslie Sarony (born Leslie Legge Frye; 22 January 1897 – 12 February 1985) was a British entertainer, singer and songwriter.
He began his stage career aged 14 with the group Park Eton's Boys. In 1913 he appeared in the revue Hello Tango.
He went on to make a number of recordings of novelty songs, such as "He Played his Ukulele as the Ship Went Down", including several with Jack Hylton and his Orchestra.

Leslie Sarony - Ice cream


vrijdag 19 mei 2017

Harry Lester & his Hayseeds - She'll be coming round the mountains (1946) (Decca M32227 mtx DR 9473) (78rpm)

Harry Lester, the radio and stage 'hill-billy' whose comedy band, 'The Hayseeds', cheered up England during the blacked-out Forties.
Lester was born in 1895 and named after his birthplace, the Harold Hotel, Fort Worth.

It was the craze for country-western music that really made Harry Lester a top-liner. It was known as 'Hilly- Billy' music in the Thirties, and every singing star from Bing Crosby down had to feature cowboy numbers in their repertoires. Once again Lester fell back on his early days in Texas and environs, and a new Wild West revue was born starring Harry Lester and his Hayseeds.


The Hayseeds proved to be Lester's greatest success, raising him from a touring revue star to a regular on radio and records, climaxing with the first post-war Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium in November 1946. The Hayseeds ran, twanging the Jews'-harp and scratching the washboard, from 1938 virtually to Lester's retirement in 1957. For the record, the Hayseeds, unbilled by proper names, were Goofus the yodelling nitwit, Pee-Wee Pete, Cicero, Wheezy, The Kid, Guppy, Knuckle and Zeke. Or as Lester put it at the start of every show, 'Yes, folks, it's your Country Cousins come to town]'

Harry Lester & his Hayseeds - She'll be coming round the mountains

 

Max van Praag & Accordeola olv Jan Gorissen - Straatmuzikanten (1950) (Decca M 32904 mtx AM 2091) (78rpm)

Max van Praag (Amsterdam, 24 juni 1913 – Hilversum, 10 juni 1991) was een Nederlandse zanger, die vooral in de jaren vijftig van de twintigste eeuw een aantal successen boekte.


Tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog moest van Praag onderduiken als gevolg van zijn Joodse afkomst. Hij scoorde veel hits in de jaren vijftig, waaronder Als ik tweemaal met mijn fietsbel bel en Daar zijn de appeltjes van Oranje weer. Van Praag vormde in die tijd samen met Willy Alberti het duo De Straatzangers. Onder die naam hadden de heren diverse hits, waaronder Aan het strand stil en verlaten (1955) en Als de klok van Arnemuiden (1959).

Max van Praag & Accordeola olv Jan Gorissen - Straatmuzikanten


 

donderdag 18 mei 2017

Rina Ketty & Orchestre Marcel Cariven - J'attendrai (1938) (Pathe PA 1477 mtx CPT 3838) (78rpm)

Rina Ketty (1 March 1911 - 23 December 1996), whose real name was Cesarina Picchetto, was an Italian singer, notably of the legendary song J'attendrai. The song reached superstatus during WW2 and was appreciated by Allied soldiers and Axis soldiers alike (equalled only by Lale Andersen's Lili Marlene and perhaps by Vera Lynn's We'll meet again.)

Rina Ketty & Orchestre Marcel Cariven - J'attendrai


Clinge Doorenbos - Kruiersgeluk (Cinetone 11505 mtx A 26 R7) (1933-34) (78rpm)

Johannes Pieter Jacobus Helmich (Hens) Clinge Doorenbos (W├╝rzburg, 9 juni 1884 – Bussum, 11 mei 1978) was een veelzijdige Nederlandse artiest. Als liedjesschrijver, cabaretier en zanger trad hij vanaf 1908 gedurende ruim zestig jaar op. Clinge Doorenbos was tevens journalist, schrijver van kinderboeken, stripauteur en dichter. Hij publiceerde zonder voornaam of initialen, alleen met zijn dubbele achternaam. Veel mensen kenden hem als Clinge, misschien omdat men dacht dat dat zijn voornaam was.

Clinge Doorenbos - Kruiersgeluk


Mills Brothers - How'm I doin' hey, hey (1932) (Rex 8896_B) (78rpm)

The Mills Brothers, sometimes billed as The Four Mills Brothers, and originally known as The Four Kings of Harmony, were an Afro-American jazz and pop vocal quartet of the 20th century who made more than 2,000 recordings that combined sold more than 50 million copies, and garnered at least three dozen gold records. The Mills Brothers were inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1998.


They entered an amateur contest at Piqua's May's Opera House, but while on stage, Harry discovered he had lost his kazoo. He cupped his hands to his mouth and imitated a trumpet. The success of his imitation led to all the brothers taking on instruments to imitate and created their early signature sound. John Jr. accompanied the four-part harmony first with a ukulele and then a guitar. They practiced imitating orchestras they heard on the radio. John, as the bass, would imitate the tuba. Harry, a baritone, imitated the trumpet, Herbert became the second trumpet and Donald the trombone. They entertained on the Midwest theater circuit, at house parties, tent shows, music halls and supper clubs throughout the area and became well known for their close harmonies, mastery of scat singing, and their ability to imitate musical instruments with their voices.
They were a hit on CBS in 1930–1931, particularly when they co-starred on the widely popular The Fleischmann's Yeast Hour hosted by Rudy Vallee. They had their own popular radio series in 1932–1933, one of the earliest built around a black act, billed as the "Four Boys and a Guitar." Before their show announcers commonly explained to listeners that the only instrument was a guitar, as the vocal effects made many listeners think they were hearing a muted trumpet, saxophone, and string bass or tuba.

 
Mills Brothers - How'm I doin' hey, hey