11 words from a 1940s song about slang @Errin Edlin

11 words from a 1940s song about slang

Betty Hutton sings about how hard it is to understand her boyfriend, who uses too much slang

The left hand column are some songs that the King Oliver band may play with their own twist on it. The songs on the right hand column are modern but may have been around in the 1940's, after the Party of the Decade.

20 Jazz Standards for Your Dinner Party Playlist

Melba Liston - female jazz pioneer who played trombone for Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, and Clark Terry.

classicladiesofcolor: “ Jazz trombonist, arranger, and composer, Melba Liston [Source: The Girls in the Band] ”

1940s Bathing Suits, Swimsuits and Swimwear -  1940s Pinup Swimsuits  #swimsuit  #bathingsuit  #1940sfashion

1940s Bathing Suits, Swimsuits and Swimwear

bathing suit, swimsuits and swimwear history and fashion guide to choosing a style swimsuit for yourself.

Billie Holiday. Her effortless, velvet voice just pours the notes she sings, like melted chocolate over molds. There is a grave depth of sadness in her music, bringing shattering vulnerability to it's beauty.

Her effortless, velvet voice just pours the notes she sings, like melted chocolate over molds. There is a grave depth of sadness in her music, bringing shattering vulnerability to its beauty.

LOVE her hat!      katielouiseford:    New blog post - Autumn Song

I find cloche hats flattering, it sits on (flattens) my Afro just right. Clean Lines cloche.

Laura poster from 1944: Film Noir Movie Posters from the 1940s

Laura poster from Film Noir Movie Posters from the -Watch Free Latest Movies Online on

1940 canteens | Image representing the 1940's Canteen Dance Party event in ...

The Mid-Norfolk Railway will be holding a very special Dance Party featuring live music with the 18 piece Pavilion Big Band on Saturday, August, at the Dereham Memorial Hall.Book today at:

▶ My Choice - Vera Lynn: The White Cliffs of Dover - YouTube

"(There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover" is a popular World War II song made famous by Vera Lynn with her 1942 recording - one of her best kn.

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