Top 3 Music Albums of the 1940s by Repo

1942
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Saboteur- Alfred Hitchcock

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'47:a Riffin' the Scotch
aka Better To Burn Out...

He's hot as Hades
A lady's not safe in his arms when she's kissed
But I'm afraid that when he's cooled off
And maybe I'm ruled off his list
I'll never be missed - I MUST Have That Man (Billie Holiday)

People forget. They just do. Jazz was the Devil’s music. It wasn’t no place for a “Lady.” Day or night. These people lived hard. Partied harder. And you know who ruled that scene back in the thirties? Came in and turned everything upside down. A young Billie Holiday. The tempestuous Lady Day!

We tend to be too referential of the old-timers. Especially if they were a Lady. But there’s no denying it. Billie Holliday was a badass. She could zip when Teddy & his gang would zag. Her improvisational skills & riffing changed jazz forever. And she could drink you under the table while doing it. Don’t ever forget that. That would be cheapening her legacy.

And before I bid you good night, remember this as well, Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra was just positively sick => Benny Goodman on clarinet. Roy "Little Jazz" Eldridge on trumpet, & Ben Webster on tenor sax. Those three are household names for a reason. Billie's early recording sessions were positively oozing with talent.

Try just a little taste & you'll see what "just a little moonlight can do"...
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1947
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1943
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1946
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Total albums: 3. Page 1 of 1

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Year Albums %


1940 0 0%
1941 0 0%
1942 0 0%
1943 1 33%
1944 0 0%
1945 0 0%
1946 1 33%
1947 1 33%
1948 0 0%
1949 0 0%
Country Albums %


United States 3 100%

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