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    Abe Lyman's California Orch. - Darling, 1928

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    kspm0220s
    How interesting to read that remarkable anecdote about your mother, Grzegorz :-) To our present-day eyes, this might look like the world upside down and almost madness but that's the way the world was in those days, no need to be over-politically correct or to attempt reviewing history. Wishing you good luck and not too many work neither stress anyhow during the last weeks of the year.
    Przez kspm0220s3 lata temu
    grzegorz240252
    Lana, Yes, I was absent in YT for a few days, for I'm having a VERY busy time in my professional life. The end of each year means for many privately practicing doctors - like I am - really a hard work with fulfilling all these contracts we have with the National Health Service. But just a moment ago, I uploaded some nice, I think, tune by Jean Goldkette's orchestra - "Slow River", which is very a'propos to the Thanksgiving Day, you just have celebrated in the US! Best to you!
    Przez grzegorz2402523 lata temu
    grzegorz240252
    Jack, Patrick, Gigi! These intertesting insights about smoking and non-smoking suddenly drew my attention to the fact of overrepresentation of the smoking ladies among all the "darlings" in my video! When selecting these photos I was not fully aware of what I was doing, as it seems - and the subconsciousness and my ex-smoker's complex must have worked instead! On the other hand - indeed, in the flapper's world of the 1920s, the smoking habit as well as bobby haircut were two most important visible signs of emancipation. My mother, who all her life detested tobacco, often remembered how she took pains to overcome her disgust for the smoking and in her attempt to look up to date - she practiced showing up with a cigarette in her hand and pretended she smokes (without inhaling).
    Przez grzegorz2402523 lata temu
    Boston Blackie
    Thanks G...................very nice performance by Abe Lyman with some great accompanying period visuals. As a former smoker I enjoyed the tobacco theme. However, we now know better and have moved on from smoking no matter how enjoyable it once was.
    Przez Boston Blackie3 lata temu
    kspm0220s
    Yet again you shared a wonderful performance, greatly arranged and I'm amazed by the superb pictures you included! Obviously smoking is an unhealthy habit but in those days nobody was aware of its consequences and therefore they are to be considered testimonies of the era.
    Przez kspm0220s3 lata temu
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