The artist, as printed, reads: Marty Grosz and Orchestra. The Front cover indicates: This Is An Official Gaslight Club Album The LP Labels indicate : Recording First Published 1961.
Roaring in the Twenties. That's how it's supposed to be, Cause we're roarin' in the twenties.
Работа по теме: lecture 9. Глава: The Roaring Twenties.
The Roaring Twenties.
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Martin Oliver Grosz (born February 28, 1930) is an American jazz guitarist, banjoist, vocalist, and composer born in Berlin, Germany. He performed with Bob Wilber and wrote arrangements for him. He has also worked with Kenny Davern, Dick Sudhalter, and Keith Ingham. During the 1970s, he was a member of Soprano Summit. In 1986 Grosz joined the Classic Jazz Quartet with Dick Wellstood, Joe Muranyi, and Dick Sudhalter. He played, sang, and wrote most of the group's arrangements
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Excellent Roaring Twenties lawn party event as usual. It was wonderful as it got cooler in the end and the music band was fabulous as always. I love the Vintage Market and everybody's wonderful Gatsby attire. August 5. Went last year. Amazing!!! Can’t put it into words. Best when you dress up.
A1 Yes, We Have No Bananas. The artist, as printed, reads: Marty Grosz and Orchestra.
Scott Fitzgerald coined the term "Jazz Age" to describe the decade of decadence and prosperity that America enjoyed in the 1920s, which was also known as the Roaring Twenties. After World War I ended in 1918, the United States and much of the rest of the world experienced an enormous economic expansion. The surging economy turned the 1920s into a time of easy money, hard drinking (despite the Prohibition amendment to the Constitution), and lavish parties
|A1||Yes, We Have No Bananas|
|A3||In My Merry Oldsmobile|
|A4||Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie|
|A5||My Gal Sal|
|B1||In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree|
|B2||Frankie An Johnny|
|B3||Rosie You Are My Posie|
|B4||Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland|
|B5||There'll Be Some Changes Made|
|B6||Down In Jungle Town|
- Clarinet – Frank Chase
- Drums – Don McClean
- Piano – Don Ewell, Gene Schroeder
- Trombone – Cutty Cuttshall*
- Trumpet – Max Kaminsky
- Tuba – Johnny Dengler*
NotesThe artist, as printed, reads: Marty Grosz and Orchestra.
The Front cover indicates: This Is An Official Gaslight Club Album
The LP Labels indicate : Recording First Published 1961
|AFSD 5935||Marty Grosz||Roaring Twenties At The Gaslight (LP, Album)||Audio Fidelity||AFSD 5935||US||Unknown|
|AFLP 1935||Marty Grosz||Roaring Twenties At The Gaslight (LP, Album, Mono)||Audio Fidelity||AFLP 1935||US||Unknown|
Performer: Marty Grosz
Title: Roaring Twenties At The Gaslight
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