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Wayne's Music 12/13 December 2009. 1930s.

Some of the cool love songs of the 1930s.

All Of Me Helen O'Connell with Jimmy Dorsey in 1939.
I Wonder Who's Under her Balcony Now the great thing about George Formby was his gift for understanding the thoughts and feelings of ordinary people, and expressing them in a spontaneous way.
She Reminds Me Of You Paul Hamilton and His orchestra, possibly the pseudonym for Bunny Berigan in a star-studded lineup in 1934.
Soft Winds from a collection called "Good Enough To keep" by Charlie Christian, Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang.
Kitty From Kansas City Rudy Vallee.
It Had To be You a 1924 song with Carroll Gibbon's immaculate treatment and the limpid tones of Julie Dawn. Did You mean It the Swingtette croon along with Jack Hylton's orchestra in 1936, one of the great showbands of the 1930s. This tune was recorded in December 1936 just as Edward VIII's predicament was belatedly revealed to the British nation.
The Glory Of Love a major hit for Helen Ward when she was working with The Benny Goodman band in 1936.

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