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Mahalia Jackson – Walk In Jerusalem

Interview with Cati Jean – “L’effleur des Sens”

Dance Channel TV interviews Cati Jean, the visionary behind French Cabaret “L’effleur des Sens” and choreographer for commercials, TV and film. Cati talks dance in Hollywood, who has inspired her, and what she loves about trained dancers.

Cati Jean on StepOnIt.tv

Cati Jean on StepOnIt.tv      (click to access story)

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The Andrews Sisters – Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy – JazzAndBluesExperience

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According to Wikipedia:  “The song was written by Don Raye and Hughie Prince, and was recorded at Decca‘s Hollywood studios on January 2, 1941, nearly a year before theUnited States entered World War II but after the start of a peacetime draft to expand the armed forces in anticipation of American involvement. The flipside was “Bounce Me Brother With a Solid Four”. The Andrews Sisters introduced the song in the 1941 Abbott and Costello film Buck Privates, which was in production when they made the record. “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song.

It is closely based on an earlier Raye-Prince hit, “Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar,” which is about a virtuoso boogie-woogie piano player”


Cab Calloway – Minnie the Moocher

Title: Minnie the Moocher
Musical genius: Cab Calloway
Album: King of Hi-De-Ho 1934-1947

Arthur Gibbs and His Gang – The Charleston (1923)

 This was the first recording of this famous dance. Charted at #1 in January 1924. Also #5 for Paul Whiteman in October 1925. Introduced in the Broadway musical, “Runnin’ Wild“. B-side of “Old Fashioned Love”. Written by James P. Johnson and Cecil Mack. Recorded October 10, 1923.

Bob Dylan – All Along The Watchtower (Carry your own oil lamp in darkness!)

“There must be some way out of here” said the joker to the thief
“There’s too much confusion”, I can’t get no relief
Businessmen, they drink my wine, plowmen dig my earth
None of them along the line know what any of it is worth.

“No reason to get excited”, the thief he kindly spoke
“There are many here among us who feel that life is but a joke
But you and I, we’ve been through that, and this is not our fate
So let us not talk falsely now, the hour is getting late”.

All along the watchtower, princes kept the view
While all the women came and went, barefoot servants, too.

Outside in the distance a wildcat did growl
Two riders were approaching, the wind began to howl.