Songs of the depression : Happy days are here again.
- Songs of the depression : Happy days are here again.
- Camp Hill, Pa. : Book-of-the-Month Records, , ℗1980.
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- Additional Authors
- Gray, Glen, 1906-1963
- Hardy, Marion
- Etting, Ruth, 1897-1978
- Selvin, Ben, 1898-1980
- Bullock, Chick, 1908-1981
- Lewis, Ted, 1892-1971
- Holman, Libby
- Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971
- Boswell, Connie, -1950
- Crosby, Bing, 1903-1977
- Young, Victor, 1900-1956
- Jolson, Al, 1886-1950
- Berigan, Bunny, 1908-1942
- Bernie, Ben, 1891-1943
- Powell, Dick, 1904-1963
- Rollini, Adrian
- Cantor, Eddie, 1892-1964
- Kemp, Hal
- Shaw, Artie, 1910-2004
- Hayton, Lennie, 1908-1971
- Casa Loma Orchestra, performer. http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/prf
- Alabamians (Musical group), performer. http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/prf
- Levee Loungers (Musical group), performer. http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/prf
- Boswell Sisters, performer. http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/prf
- Mills Brothers, performer. http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/prf
- Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, performer. http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/prf
- 2 audio discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono; 12 in.
- Alternative Title
- Happy days are here again.
- Song of the bayou.
- Cottage for sale.
- Dancing in the dark.
- Ten cents a dance.
- I found a million-dollar baby.
- Headin\u0027 for better times.
- Love for sale.
- Sung and played by various performers from original recordings.
- Automatic sequence.
- Program notes by Studs Terkel on container.
- Event (note)
- Recorded 1929-1940.
- Happy days are here again (Casa Loma Orchestra) --Song of the bayou (Marlow Hardy and His Alabamians) -- A cottage for sale (Ruth Etting) -- Dancing in the dark (Ben Selvin) -- Ten cents a dance (Ruth Etting) -- I found a million-dollar baby (Chuck Bullock and His Levee Loungers) -- Headin\u0027 for better times (Ted Lewis and His Band) -- Love for sale (Libby Holman) -- Just a gigolo (Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra) -- Life is just a bowl of cherries (Mills Brothers, Bing Crosby, Connie Boswell, Boswell Sisters accompainied by Victor Young and his Orchestra) -- Now\u0027s the time to fall in love (Victor Young and His Orchestra) -- Halleluja I\u0027m a bum (Al Jolson) -- Brother, can you spare a dime? (Bing Crosby, accompanied by Lennie Hayton and His Orchestra) -- Underneath the arches (Connie Boswell, accompanied by the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra) -- Let\u0027s put out the lights and go to sleep (Bing Crosby) -- Are you makin\u0027 any money? (Chick Bullock and His Levee Loungers) -- Remember my forgotten man (Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra) -- Who\u0027s afraid of the big bad wolf? (Ben Bernie and His Orchestra) -- There\u0027s a new day comin\u0027 (Ted Lewis and His Band) -- The gold diggers\u0027 song (Dick Powell) -- Got the jitters (Adrian Rollini) -- When my ship comes in (Eddie Cantor) -- With plenty of money and you (Hal Kemp and His Orchestra) -- W.P.A. (Louis Armstrong and the Mills Brothers) -- Whistle while you work (Artie Shaw and His New Music).
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