This peppy tune has a racy title and suggestive lyrics with one guy singing falsetto:
I've never heard that one ...What's the band's name???
The band was the Light Crust Doughboys which featured Bob Wills and Milton Brown, both of whom would eventually start their own bands. Milton Brown grabbed the finer musicians and made some hotter, jazzier recordings. Bob Wills recorded more mid-tempo dance tunes. Wills was more famous, possibly because Brown died in a car crash at the age of 32 in 1936.
DU4L, if you would like some more western swing recommendations, just PM me.
definitely will PM you ...
Bartend a couple days a month at a bar known for its obscure music ..While the Bartender takes requests , I can basically play whatever I want ....
I'll be adding the 2 above mentioned dudes into the mix this Tuesday afternoon shift ..
The crowd is melting pot of 30-90 yr olds ..
Agreed DoubleUp, Richard Dreyfuss is great in Let it Ride. I also recommend another underrated but fantastic gambling movie "Owning Mahowny." based on a real life incident in 1982, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce clerk Brian Molony embezzled over $10 million from his employers in just 18 months to support his gambling habit. The late Philip Seymour Hoffman is great in it as well as John Hurt. Highly recommend it!
Nick the Greek: King of the Gamblers by Cy Rice is a fascinating biography of a legendary gambler who made a fortune at the track as a laddie in Montreal, Canada by betting on every horse and staggering the amounts...it took the track linemakers a year before they caught onto him but it cost them a cool million dollars in the meantime.
Nick 'the Greek' Dandolos (not Jimmy the Greek) hung out with with mob guys like Al Capone and Arnold Rothstein, Dutch Shultz etc....and other movers and shakers across the world. One of his favorite fictional works, 'The Gambler' by Dostoevsky is one of mine also. He was a student of philosophy, great literature, poetry, and art...much to the wonderment of the tough guys he hung out with.
I visited his grave-site when I lived in Vegas...he is buried at Woodlawn Cemetery (1500 N. Las Vegas Blvd.) at first he only had a plain marker but a Dandolos admirer from Chicago visited his grave and said 'gee, is that all he has' and he paid for a big tombstone to mark his resting place...this story I got from an onsite cemetery worker.
On his gravestone is his name and dates with the words 'gambler and sage' and two die with an eleven showing. Wondering why a died in the wool don't bettor like Dandolos wouldn't show a 7 as once the point is established the 7 is the money maker for dark side bettors.
Here is the link to his biography: https://www.amazon.com/Nick-Greek-Gamblers-Cy-Rice/dp/B0006DXFD0
The NFL can ask all they want...getting it is another thing when viewer ratings are tanking. ESPN already turned the NFL down when they broached the subject. Unless the NFL gets bribe money from Red China, the team caps are coming down...simply a matter of fact as the networks are losing their big money sponsors.
Your critical race theory agenda is going to tank also...Black males only makeup 6.5% of the population so when the SHTF YOU better lay low my dusky and low IQ cousin.
Low IQ ??
You turn every thread in sports gambling forums into POLITICS , RACE , China or your CULT WORSHIP of your SCUMBAG LOSER MESSIAH ..
I'm not here to argue or debate you on any of those topics ..Feel bad for people like you ..
Best of health, Blessings and luck to you Brother...No hard feelings on this end..
I wanted to see this movie when it came out , never did and forgot it existed....
Thank you very much ...I see it's free on several streaming sites...
I'll be watching this week ..
Fan of both the actors you named
A New Orleans' video of a mostly Japanese jazz band...they are playing the music of Charles 'Buddy' Bolden (some say he was the Father of jazz). Typically I am not a fan of jazz fan, though God help me, I have tried but I do love this sound.
It was said that there were many fine bands but Buddy's band always shut them down. There is a fascinating and well written biography (fictionalized meditation) on Bolden's life that I read 40 years ago titled 'Coming Through Slaughter' by Michael Ondaatje. The author pieces together what he could find and IMO he wrote a masterpiece.
More great news as the major sports' leagues are all losing money and many athletes are being hit in the wallet...this from Forbes:
They're already talking about 100% at BILLS stadium next season ..
CAP will go back up in 2022
Like it or not the NFL is America's #1 sport ( and it's not even close ) ..
You could always switch over to futbol ..Difficult to beat 45 minutes straight if action
The coming worldwide economic meltdown will take care of the NFL attendance numbers and the mass exodus of network sponsors is sure to hit home:
When the government can print as many dollars as it likes, it has the ability to impose an “inflation tax.”
In what way is inflation a tax?
Ben Carson is scum ..
I liked Malcolm X much better after he came back from Mecca and dropped the Hate Whitey BS ...He probably would have made for a good leader then , but too many people wanted him dead then ...Nation of Islam for exposing Elijah Muhammad impregnating young girls, FBI , Local law enforcement etc ...
In my life, I have held many different views...I no longer view the world as I did as a child or young adult or middle aged adult.
This current pack of psychopaths who seized power are currently destroying Amerika and some of you guys put your heads in the sand and call it peace...So be it...