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Toujours de beaux et surprenants anciens et modernes Azulejos à voir au MUSEU do AZULEJO de LISBOA... JG
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Have a peaceful moment...Namaste...Love ...
11 hours ago
un autre style pour se réchauffer en ce matin froid mais ensoleillé...Place à la musique avec la Band'avenir Manifestations du Téléthon place du Breuil à Firminy
14 hours ago
on continue le voyage dans le monde de la country avec "country troup'42" sur la place du Breuil de Firminy dans le cadre des manifestations du téléthon 2013
Chester Gaylord (1899-1984) was a vocalist and among the most active of recording artists in the United States during the late 1920s through the early 1930s. He was known as The Whispering Serenader on radio and on his phonograph records. He began his career as a singer and announcer for radio station WTAG in Worcester, Massachusetts in the early 1920s. Chester Gaylord's first recordings (in 1920) were saxophone solos for Thomas Edison, whom he had personally met. In 1923, he signed with Columbia records and made a number of vocal records for them. His popularity spread rapidly leading Brunswick Records (the second largest record company in the United States in the 1920s) to offer him an exclusive contract. He became one of the labels most prolific vocalists during the late 1920s. After the Warner Brothers bought out the Brunswick Record company in April 1930 a reorganization occurred and Chester Gaylord's contact was one of numerous artists whose contract was not renewed. Chester Gaylord continued to be popular on radio throughout the early 1930s until the introduction of swing music, in 1935, a type of music that was unsuitable to his style of singing. From 1929 to 1931, he was a featured vocalist on NBC radio on the Top Notchers Coca Cola Radio Program with Leonard Joy and his All String Orchestra. Gaylord moved to WBZ in Boston in the late 40s, and completed his broadcasting career there. He retired sometime in the mid-1960s. During his retirement years he lived in Sterling, Massachusetts. He regularly played 1920s and 1930s songs on piano at The Old Timer, and Irish Pub in neighboring Clinton, Mass. According to Gaylord's obituary, he was still performing right up until a few weeks before his death. This lovely song was recorded in 1929. The accompanying orchestra remained uncredited.
"Ferrari - Strukk A Pose" ~ Extra Bass Bootsy ~ No Comment & Bootsy Christmas Time ~ Blessing a´La Don´t Strike ~ A&M ~ Lol .-)
Enjoy this old tale, russian version....keep on dreaming... ♥
Although this disc was in poor shape, I decided to share it since this tune was rarely recorded. These credits appear to be one of Harry Reser's pseudonyms. During the 20's and 30's, Harry Reser not only played in a number of bands, but also led his own bands using an amazing number of pseudonyms. His bands recorded an incredible number of tunes in a variety of styles, but the pop tunes and novelty songs appealed to a wider audience, and are also among his best recordings. Harry Reser often arranged many of the songs that the bands recorded. Like in this video, many of the better songs feature vocals by Tom Stacks, who was also the drummer on many of these sessions. His voice has been described as having "a built-in grin". Another highlight of these recordings are Reser's banjo solos which show amazing clarity and technique, with a little jazz influence tossed in. The band most associated with Harry Reser was the The Clicquot Club Eskimos. This group was heard weekly on NBC radio network from 1925 to 1935 and brought Reser a degree of fame. This amazing record was made in 1926.
dans le froid matinal mais avec le soleil qui pointe le bout de son nez , voici une première vidéo de la troupe Country 42 en cette journée du téléthon à Firminy
~ Russian - Polish Drunks Parade (HD 2013 / 2014) ~ Have FUN .-))) LOL ~ A&M ~
Des LIGNES dans le ciel Parisien... jg
I'll have a blue Christmas without you I'll be so blue just thinking about you Decorations of red on a green Christmas tree Won't be the same if, if you're not here with me And when those blue snowflakes start falling That's when those blue, blue memories start calling You'll be doing alright with your Christmas of white But I'll have a blue, blue Christmas Decorations of red on a green Christmas tree Won't be the same if, if you're not here with me And when those blue snowflakes start falling That's when those blue, blue memories start calling You'll be doing alright with your Christmas of white But I'll have a blue, blue Christmas
Sometimes it's hard to be a woman Giving all your love to just one man You'll have bad times And he'll have good times Doin things that you don't understand But if you love him You'll forgive him Even though he's hard to understand And if you love him Oh, be proud of him Cause after all he's just a man Stand by your man Give him two arms to cling to And something warm to come to when nights are cold and lonely Stand by your man And show the world you love him Keep giving all the love you can Stand by your man Stand by your man And show the world you love him Keep giving all the love you can Stand by your man
en ce Dimanche 1 décembre les filles de l'UFOR ont remportées une belle victoire contre les Auvergnates d'Issoire .....Score final 43 à 11
Come to me Do and be done with me (Cold cold cold) Don't I exist for you Don't I still live for you (Cold cold cold) Everything I possess Given with tenderness Wrapped in a ribbon of glass Time it may take us but God only knows How I've paid for those things in the past Dying is easy it's living that scares me to death I could be so content hearing the sound of your breath Cold is the colour of crystal the snowlight That falls from the heavenly skies Catch me and let me dive under For I want to swim in the pools of your eyes I want to be with you baby Slip me inside of your heart Don't I belong to you baby Don't you know that nothing can tear us apart Come on now come on now come on now Telling you that I loved you right from the start... But the more I want you the less I get Ain't that just the way things are... Winter has frozen us Let love take hold of us (Cold cold cold) Now we are shivering Blue ice is glittering (Cold cold cold) Cold is the colour of crystal the snowlight That falls from the heavenly skies Catch me and let me dive under For I want to swim in the pools of your eyes
The abovementioned credits appear to refer to Meyer Davis, who was not really a bandleader in the normal sense, but a supplier of orchestras for society galas and such. He had several 'pick-up' bands out on dates at the same time. "High Society" loved him and he prospered catering to society. His bands are still greatly in use by present day 'society'. Meyer Davis was active all throughout the 20s, in fact his orchestra was so successful that ca. 1926, he was able to purchase The Willow Grove Park in Pennsylvania, where his own orchestra often performed for dances at the Park. Davis added many show novelties. This brilliant song was recorded in 1928, with Frank Luther on vocal.
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December is not dark, light is inside, as a special gift to be found... Décembre n'est pas sombre, la lumière est intérieure, comme un cadeau spécial à découvrir... ♥
Le métro de Lisbonne est un lieu de voyage mais aussi d'expos car chaque station met à l'honneur sur ses Azulejos des Artistes plus ou moins connus comme içi Antonio SEGUI... Un exemple à suivre ! pour que le metro ne soit pas qu'un conditionnement à la publicité!.. JG