Wayne's Music 26/27 September 2009.
Wayne Mowat with some Hot Dance Tunes of the Roaring 20s and 30s.
Sunny Skies The Piccadilly Players - an Edison favourite, just before the great inventor realized that radio would replace the phonograph for home entertainment.
You're getting To be A habit With me when Bing Crosby was the best-selling recording artist, and Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians were the most popular band.
Where The Shy Little Violets Grow another one from the Edison Archive.
Stormy Weather Ethel Waters had long paid her dues touring theatres and playing nightclubs such as Harlem's Cotton Club when the impact of this recording in 1933 transformed her into a legend.
A Fine Romance (A sarcastic Love Song) Johnny Green plays the piano for Fred Astaire.
Wipin The Pan Bernie Stevens Band in 1929.
I saw Stars Freddy Martin, the silver-toned sax man with his orchestra.
Carelessly Billie Holiday, her star was on the rise about the time this was recorded with Teddy Wilson's Band, in 1937.
That's Him Now The Seven Blues babies.
and many,many more ...