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The Boswell Sisters

Boswell SistersThe Boswell Sisters were three hard-working vocalists who recorded a couple of hundred singles in around 6 years, appeared on radio, in vaudeville and in quite a few movies. After that period of success, at the end of 1935, they simply moved on with their lives. Steve Danby looks back at their careers.

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Music Details

SANDERSON: Hail to the Chief - Eastman Wind Ensemble (Mercury 432 591)
WARREN, H: Forty-Second St - The Boswell Sisters (Columbia CK 66977)
BOSWELL, M: I'm Gonna Cry - The Boswell Sisters (ASV AJA 5014)
ATKINS: Heebie Jeebies  - The Boswell Sisters (ASV AJA 5014)
OLMAN: Down Among the Sheltering Palms - The Boswell Sisters (Jazz Roots CD65082)
WARREN, H: I Found a Million Dollar Baby - The Boswell Sisters (Pro Arte CDD 486)
BROOKS, S: The Darktown Strutter's Ball - The Boswell Sisters (Columbia CK 66977)
TRAD: Dinah - The Boswell Sisters (Columbia CK 66977)
ELLINGTON: Sophisticated Lady  - The Boswell Sisters (Columbia CK 66977)
WOODS, H: We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye - The Boswell Sisters (Jazz Roots CD65082)
YOUNG, J: Sleep Come on and Take Me - The Boswell Sisters (Jazz Roots CD65082)
WRUBEL, A: Fare thee Well Annabelle  - The Boswell Sisters (Jazz Roots CD65082)
BARON/ AMSTERDAM/ SULLIVAN: Rum and Coca Cola - The Andrews’ Sisters (MCA 256152)
BERLIN, I: Let Yourself Go - The Boswell Sisters (iTunes download)
GRIER: The Object of my Affection - The Boswell Sisters (Columbia CK 66977)