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Various - Music Is The Most Beautiful Language In The World – Yiddisher Jazz In London’s East End 1920s To 1950s MP3
Various - Music Is The Most Beautiful Language In The World – Yiddisher Jazz In London’s East End 1920s To 1950s MP3
Performer: Various
Title: Music Is The Most Beautiful Language In The World – Yiddisher Jazz In London’s East End 1920s To 1950s
Label: JWM Records
Country: UK
Released: 13 Oct 2018
Style: Klezmer
Cat: JWMLP001
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1684 mb | MP3 size: 1596 mb | WMA size: 1919 mb
Tracklist

1Chaim Towber & Johnny Franks OrchestraFestival Of Britain2:57
2Leo Fuld With Wardour SingersHebrew Chant2:50
3Stanley LaudanYiddisher Samba1:37
4Johnny Franks and his Kosher RagtimersMahzel2:39
5Lew Stone & The Monseigneur BandA Brivella Der Mama3:06
6Oscar Grasso And His Intimate MusicReturn To Me3:12
7Johnny Franks And His Kosher RagtimersTzena2:27
8The Plaza BandPetticoat Lane3:00
9Ambrose & His OrchestraSelection Of Hebrew Dances3:07
10Johnny Franks and his Kosher RagtimersWilhemina3:01
11Max Bacon Beigels2:58
12Stanley LaudanRock'n'Roll Kozatsky1:50
13Chaim Towber & Johnny Franks OrchestraWhitechapel2:58
14Rita MarloweWhy Be Angry Sweetheart2:47
15Baker And Willie With Orch.A Day in the Lane2:32
16Maurice Winnick & his Sweet MusicBei Mir Biste Schon2:45
17Mendel & His Mishpoche BandA Kosher Fox-Trot Medley (Petticoat Lane)2:55

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
JWMCD001Various Music Is The Most Beautiful Language In The World – Yiddisher Jazz In London’s East End 1920s To 1950s ‎(CD, Album, Comp)JWM RecordsJWMCD001UK2018

Credits

  • ArtworkWill Bankhead
  • Compiled ByAlan Dein, Howard Williams

Notes

A vibrant soundtrack to the Cockney Jewish experience, starting when the swinging hot dance bands were still all the rage, and the Yiddish language was spoken on the streets of Whitechapel, in London’s East End. Single LP in shrinkwrapped sleeve, with sleeve-notes and picture insert.

Album

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