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Various Hits - 1920s - 30s - Part - 2 - 4
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Various Artists - Pandora. The Cornshucker's Frolic: Classic Recordings From The 's & 30's, Vol. 2. Album by Various Artists. Play Album 4. Leather Britches. 5. Possum Trot School Exhibition (Part 2). 6. Beaver Slide Rag. 28 Mar - 9 min Part 2: The Ladies of Risque or Hokum Blues Blues was a prime example of race music. The s was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, , and ended These shifts in the s, s, and s, occurred in part as the result of the . over 30) and in (full enfranchisement), and in the United States in . Clarence Birdseye invents a process for frozen food in
The period from the end of the First World War until the start of the Depression in is known However, it was not until the s that musicians became comfortable with the harmonic and melodic 1 ; 2 . in , publicly embraced jazz as a musical art form and delivered praise to various jazz musicians. 15 Jul 4. Tiger Rag Blues. Breaux Freres. 5. There Ain't No Use In Me Working So Hard .. (Also, the age of the music hall had all but ended by the s.) This WC Handy tune is an essential part of any traditional jazz band's repertoire. . In the early 30s their songs which blended blues, folk and fiddle.