Saturday, July 19, 2008

Life In The 1940's

When I first saw this album I was expecting Big Band/Jazz music in the styles of Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman. But the title is somewhat deceiving in that sense. Forget what you thought you knew about the 40's. Instead, think commercial air liners and life as it was entering the 1950's....with a car in every driveway and a television set in every home! DOWNLOAD LINK

6 comments:

Steve C. said...

Well, I'll leave the first comment.


It's an excellent series of files.

"Honey Child" by [a woman, incidentlaly] JOYCE COCHRAN being a particular favorite.

You can visit my updated blog..

totalrod2 said...

Steve, where did your blog go? I just got some William Loose music I think you might be interested in. You know my email. But at the end of this month I'm terminating my AOL account....too much spam. Still debating on whether I should display my new address.
Bryan

Pokey said...

Steve C. here...named after a certain horse in a certain series with the earlier library music..aka GUMBY.[horse;POKEY]


Sorry...
My blog is at here

Pokey said...

BTW Enjoyed the stuff..
"Super Mart" playing now..the Loose stuff is very similiar to the stuff Carlin had, and specially the music in Art Clokey shows..

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Pokey said...

Oh.....Here Robert Farnon's 7TH HEAVEN" is on track 6 of the SSKRESGE SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS shopping stock music record...