Spanish Doll-B.A. Rolfe Lucky Strike Orchestra

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Spanish Doll-(Lewis,Sherman) by the B.A. Rolfe Lucky Strike Orchestra on Edison NT 14020L. May 23-1929 NYC

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Most welcome Lou!
By kspm0220s 4 years ago
Like this rhythmic number. It is very pleasant.
Thanks for sharing.
By Walter Gray 4 years ago
Patrick,Thanks for the explanation.
By Lou 4 years ago
Lou and Genia, pasodobles are a typically Spanish dance, simlilar to a twostep, pasodoble actually meaning practically the same ("doublestep"). This certainly is no pasodoble, I don't know what rhythm it is, although it sounds familiar. Besides it seems rather a mix of different rhythms,
By kspm0220s 4 years ago
Patrick,I wish I could find more of these in "junker boxes".Only found 3 needle types in 15 years.
Moonlover,don't know a Paso Doble,but I do know that B.A. Rolfe's Lucky Strike Orchestra was one of the best.His rendition of "Liza"(with a banjo solo) and "Let's Do It" on Gregorz YT channel are 10*.
By Lou 4 years ago
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