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The music of 1940 in USA, part 8

Por Peterpank @castguer

The music of 1940 in USA, part 8

A Little Coperation -radio -Woodbury Orch.
Don’t Think It Ain’t Been Charming -Frankie Masters v=Marion Francis
Down By The O-Hi-O -Smoothies
Jumpin Jive -Larry Bresse
Make-Believe Island -Mitchell Ayres and His Fashions in Music
Marie -Mills Brothers/Louis Armstrong
Mary Lou -Rice Brothers Gang
Maybe -Bobby Byrne v=Jimmy Palmer
Me and the ghost upstairs-Perry Botkin v=Fred Astaire
Melody in A -Eddie South
Memories Of You -Ink Spots
Mighty fine -Fats Waller and His Rhythm
Milk Man Blues -Merline Johnson (The Yas Yas Girl)
Minnie The Moocher Is Dead -Jimmie Lunceford v=Dandridge Sisters
Mister Meadowlark- Artie Shaw v= Jack Pearle
Monotony in four flats -Jimmy Lunceford
Moon Over Burma -Gene Krupa v=Irene Daye
Moonglow -Art Tatum
Mr. Insurance Man (double-entendre party record) -Cliff Edwards/Ukelele Ike
Mrs Abernathy’s Piano -Mel Henke
Muskrat Ramble -Bud Freeman and His Famous Chicagoans
My Baby And My Wife -Ernest Tubb
My buddy -Victoir Yound v=Bing Crosby
My Future Just Passed (radio)-Margaret Whiting (An accident-this song ended up on the playlist, but is actually from 1947…sorry…just realized this as I was posting it. Oh, well, such a great tune that I left it on…lol)
My gal Sal -Harlan Leonard and His Rockets
My Greatest Mistake -Ink Spots



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