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Re: Vocal Groups

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  • hvandervink
    Thank you, Jim, for the information. The website (and its adjuncts) is very useful. Cheers, Hans
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 2, 2007
      Thank you, Jim, for the information. The website (and its adjuncts) is
      very useful.

      Cheers, Hans


      --- In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com, "jimmiejazz37" <jimmiejazz@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > The Boswells hit it big in the early 30s. There first recording with
      > the Dorseys was in 1931. I have a program on my website dedicated to
      > the wonderful sisters.
      >
      > www.jimmiejazzarchive.com
      >
      > The next most popular team of the 1920s was the Keller Sisters &
      > Lynch.
      > More about them can be seen on
      >
      > www.1920sjazz.com
      >
      > The host of this latter site was involved in producing a nice 2-CD
      > private release of the KS&L. I'm going play it on my show sometime.
      >
      > Other fine female teams were the sisters
      > Brox
      > McCarthy
      > Ponce
      > Williams
      > Ryan
      > Bonner
      > Danford
      > Pickens
      >
      > Fred Waring worked with The Three Girl Friends.
      >
      > The fine discography by Ross Laird, "Moanin' Low" covers all female
      > singers from 1920-1933.
      > ====================================================================
      > --- In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com, "hvandervink" vanderha@ wrote:
      > >
      > > Right now I am listening to the Boswell Sisters, accompanied by the
      > > Dorsey Brothers (late Twenties, I guess). Are there any other
      > vocal
      > > groups( besides the ones which were a part of an orchestra), that
      > > were popular in the late Twenties or early Thirties? The Boswell
      > > Sisters were certainly jazzy and had a wonderful array of musicians
      > to
      > > accompany them. The Mills Brothers and (later) the Andrews Sisters
      > come
      > > to mind, but were there any others of note?
      > >
      > > Hans P. van der Vink
      > > Toronto
      > >
      >
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