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Keebler
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Captivating to me is this event, this music. Call it jazz . . . call it swing . . . call it pure delight.

www.nytimes.com/video/fashion/100000003867687/bill-cunningham-jazz-age-lawn-party.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&version=timesvideo-heading&module=watch-in-times-video®ion=vi deo-player-region&WT.nav=video-player-region


Tenth Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island

2:48 Video - The New York Times - Aug. 21, 2015

Bill Cunningham (with his legend enthusiasm)
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Michael Arenella & The Dreamland Orchestra (featured)

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/summer-party-brings-guests-back-to-the-jazz-age/

All That Jazz - Summer Soirée Revists the Roaring 20s - Governors Island, NY

4:20 Video [delightful]

Michelle Miller - CBS This Morning - Saturday, August 22, 2015

A huge dress-up party happens twice a summer on an island in New York Harbor celebrating the music and style of the 1920s and '30s, CBS News' Michelle Miller reports.

It's a place where swing is still king and parasols and hand fans are high fashion.

Two weekends a year, thousands flock by ferry to Governors Island, a 172-acre island just a half-mile off lower Manhattan, dressed head to toe in 90-degree temperatures for a chance to spend a day in the Jazz Age.

Maestro of the Jazz Age Lawn Party Michael Arenella said he doesn't make people come. . . .

[full article at link above.]


http://www.dreamlandorchestra.com/

Michael Arenella & The Dreamland Orchestra
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Three minutes of pure delight from this UK band at YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55_3DZRoAV0

Swing, Brother, Swing


http://www.blueharlem.co.uk/

BLUE HARLEM with sensational Sophie Shaw
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p013qqwt

DANCING ON THE EDGE - six episodes - total viewing time: 7 hours

An explosive 1930s drama following a jazz band in London at a time of huge change.

Produced by BBC - aired 2013 - while no longer on the BBC broadcast rotation, scroll down for clips, interviews, photos, etc.


http://www.npr.org/2013/10/17/236241062/dancing-on-the-edge-is-fun-for-both-the-eyes-and-ears

'Dancing On The Edge' Is Fun For Both The Eyes And The Ears

Review by David Biancull - NPR - October 17, 2013


http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/19/arts/television/dancing-on-the-edge-a-starz-mini-series.html?_r=0

Exotic Thrills for the Privileged, to a Jazz Score - ‘Dancing on the Edge,’ a Starz Mini-Series

Review by Jon Caramanica - The New York Times -OCT. 18, 2013


www.netflix.com

Available through NetFlix - via streaming or DVD service -- and possibly through other vendors
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Fun stuff! Was hoping to hear more jazz music. Couldn't get the Dreamland Orchestra to load up.

My husband is a woodwinds player, so I love all of that music!

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https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/lXKDu6cdXLI?rel=0

Jazz for Cows

The New Hot 5, American-based jazz band plays for a herd of cows in Autrans, France.

http://www.newhot5.com/

New Hot 5 - New Orleans Jazz
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wanna dance??????

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Absolutely. Party Time. I'll see if I can find my Jetson's flight vehicle and buzz right over. I know I parked it around here somewhere!

While the Mamas and Papas have my vote for favorite cover, I always like to find out who wrote / recorded first and bit about their life. He started his music career at age 14.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqq_B61gsko

Do ya' Wanna' Dance? - Bobby Freeman - original song - 1958

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_Freeman

Bobby Freeman
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Do You Wanna Dance by the Beach Boys:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSF2SoNaZSc

WOW... Since Bobby Freeman's was not the version I remembered (not sure which one I really remember) .. I found the above clip.

It's the first BB video I've seen with GLEN CAMPBELL in the group. I had always heard he played with them but had never seen it with my own eyes. So cool!!

See if you can spot him.

(hmmm... now I'm not sure it's him .. I'll keep looking)

Found this audio clip:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLVFaHj4Vjs

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Just found this out last week:

Glen Campbell was a key member of an in-house studio recording band that the Beach Boys used, and he / they were instrumental (hee-hee) to dozens of top groups in the sixties - a surprise that these groups never had their own bands and that the Wrecking Crew could do so many different styles.

Even Simon & Garfunkel relied on the talents of this studio group.

And they were also a huge part of the Mamas & Papas sound.

These guys would compose much of the music around the basic melody of the song that a singer would bring it.

This launched Glen Campbell's solo career (with his own band) around the time that the singer-SONGWRITERS started to bloom and they gathered their own bands for touring & recording.

The documentary THE WRECKING CREW details this in such a wonderful way. I saw it via NETFLIX streaming. It may be at other outlets, too.

See the trailer here:

http://www.wreckingcrewfilm.com/

The Wrecking Crew [film]
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Thanks... interesting and not surprising.

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TuTu, that link you posted took me to various other Glen Campbell clips, some of his best with Johnny Carson. What talents. I really appreciate YouTube for the window to the world and the ability to look back in time, too.
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Yeah, I saw one of those. I need to go back for more!

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