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The Big Broadcast, Volume 7: Jazz and Popular Music of the 1920s and 1930s

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The seventh in Rivermont's popular Big Broadcast series, this CD features a variety of excellent jazz, dance band, and vocal recordings of the 1920s and 1930s selected by Rich Conaty, late host of the long-running vintage music radio program The Big Broadcast heard Sunday evenings on WFUV-FM in New York City. Many of these selections are making their first appearance on compact disc, expertly remastered from the best available sources. Conaty provides insightful introductions to each recording in the enclosed 16-page illustrated booklet. Every selection is a stand-out, but highlights in Volume 7 include an unusual advertising record for the soft drink Moxie, an early solo recording by Harry Barris (before he teamed up with Bing Crosby and Al Rinker to form the Rhythm Boys), brilliant trumpet from a young Louis Prima, a jazz record by Charley Skeete's band that is arguably the "hottest" side ever issued on the Edison label, and a previously unissued rare live 1932 broadcast by Joe Sanders and His Nighthawks. 78 minutes.

Rivermont catalogue number: BSW-1156

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