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Irving Aaronson and His Commanders

Let's Misbehave (1926-1928)

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No band ever captured the freewheeling, exuberant zaniness of the 1920s better than Irving Aaronson and His Commanders. In press releases, Aaronson emphasized again and again that his was an "entertaining band," one which had a full complement of comedy, eccentric dancing, and unique vocal stylings in addition to first-rate dance music. Even with the passage of many decades, the records made by Aaronson and company are still dynamic, lively fun. They're so exciting, and they capture the spirit of the Twenties so well, that modern-day filmmakers frequently use them to instantly create that "Jazz Age" atmosphere. More than eighty years after its heyday, Aaronson's group is still an entertaining band. This disc, the first of four containing the band's complete recorded output in chronological order, traces Aaronson's Commanders from their earliest days to their success in the Broadway smash Paris. All of the recordings have been meticulously remastered from the best available sources, and the collection includes three previously unissued selections. Rounding out this definitive package is a lavish 28-page booklet with rare photographs and in-depth commentary by Aaronson expert Randy Skretvedt. 78 minutes.

Rivermont catalogue number: BSW-1155

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