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    George Olsen & His Music - I'm In The Market For You


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    Thank you TigerTimpani for the interesting remarks and background information!
    Par kspm0220sIl y a 2 ans
    Par TigerTimpaniIl y a 2 ans
    The lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, Jr. (1885-1943) accompanying the composition by James F. Hanley (1892-1942) tell you everything about American resilience after the Wall Street Crash. Despite the unfortunate metaphorical association of romance with trade (not as stark as in "Love for sale", admittedly), the message in 1930 seems to be "Don't miss a golden opportunity". For info on the songwriters, see , and .
    Par TigerTimpaniIl y a 2 ans
    Genia, as I commented on the Haring/Scrappy version, I agree this is very nice, but it doesn't stand out. The orchestration is excellent but the vocal is just fine, nothing great in my opinion.
    Par kspm0220sIl y a 7 ans
    Well, I am red faced, no wonder I couldn't remember it, I never heard it. :-) Now I am listening and here is my critique!
    Fred cannot hold a candle to Scrappy.....Sorry LOU!
    SCRAPPY AND BOB HARINGS version is the GREATEST! I will fight to the death on this one Fred.
    Just listen to Scrappy perform his MAGIC. Fred, YOU have to admit that Haring and Scrappy own this song!
    Par GeniaIl y a 7 ans
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