Category Archives: USA-1940’s

Skyliner – Música

Charles Daly “Charlie” Barnet (October 26, 1913 – September 4, 1991) was an American jazz saxophonist, composer, and bandleader.

His major recordings were “Skyliner”, “Cherokee”, “The Wrong Idea”, “Scotch and Soda”, “In a Mizz”, and “Southland Shuffle”.

Charlie Barnet – Skyliner

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Gimme Some Skin, My Friend – Música

“Gimme Some Skin, My Friend”, (performed by The Andrews Sisters in the Abbott and Costello film In the Navy) w & m Don Raye & Gene de Paul

Andrews Sisters – Gimme Some Skin, My Friend

You like my smile
You like my style
Well, why don’t you make me know it?
You like my walk
You like my talk
Well, there’s only one way to show it

If you want to shake my hand
Like they do it in Harlem
Stick your hand right out and shout
Gimme some skin, my friend

Step right up and take your stand
You don’t have to be timid
Stick your hand right out and shout
Gimme some skin, my friend

Smack it
Wack it
Let your hand rotate
Show it
Blow it
Put it in your pocket till a future date

If you want to shake my hand
Like they do it in Harlem
Stick your hand right out and shout
Gimme some skin, my friend

If you like my style
Well show it
If you like my smile
Let me know it
If you like my walk
Please tell me
If you like my talk
Well, skin me papa, skin me

If you want to shake my hand
Like they do it in Harlem, baby
Stick your hand right out and shout
Gimme some skin, my friend

Step right up and take your stand
You don’t have to be timid, baby
Stick your hand right out and shout
Gimme some skin, my friend

Smack it
Wack it my friend
Let your hand rotate
Show it
Blow it
Put it in your pocket till a future date

Step right up (what for) and shake my hand
Like they do it in Harlem today, (how do they do it)
Just stick your hand out and give out with the shout
Gimme some skin, my friend

If you want to shake my hand
Like they do it in Harlem
Stick your hand right out and shout
Gimme some skin
Gimme some skin
Gimme some skin, my friend

Juke Box Saturday Night – Música

Jukebox Saturday Night is a song written by Al Stillman and Paul McGrane, recorded by Glenn Miller and later covered by Nino and the Ebb Tides whose version charted at #57 on Billboard’s Top 100.

Juke Box Saturday Night 1944 Soundie The Glenn Miller Mondernaires 1080P HD

Mopping up soda pop rickeys
To our heart’s delight
Dancing to swingeroo quickies
Jukebox Saturday night

Goodman and Kyser and Miller
Help to make things bright
Mixing hot licks with vanilla
Jukebox Saturday night

They put nothing past us
Me and honey lamb
Making one Coke last us
Till it’s time to scram

Money we really don’t need bad
We make out alright
Letting the other guy feed that
Jukebox Saturday night

After sipping a soda we got a scheme
Somebody else plays the record machine
It’s so easy to say pet names
When you listen to the trumpet of Harry James…

We love to hear that tenor croon
Whenever the Ink Spots sing a tune…

If I didn’t know why the roses grow
Then I wouldn’t know why the roses grow…
Now listen, honey child
If I didn’t know all them little things I’m supposed to know
Then I sure would be a sad man
If I didn’t know…

Money we really don’t need it
We make out alright
Letting the other guy feed that
Jukebox Saturday night

Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue – Música

“Has Anybody Seen My Girl? (Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue)” is an American popular song that achieved its greatest popularity in the 1920s. It is sometimes known simply as “Has Anybody Seen My Girl?” and sometimes simply as “Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue”;  the 1925 Leo Feist, Inc. sheet music gives both of these.

Five foot two, eyes of blue,
But, oh, what those five feet can do!
Has anybody seen my girl?

Turned up nose, turned down hose
Flapper? Yes sir, one of those!
Has anybody seen my girl?

Now if you run into
A Five Foot Two
Covered with fur,
Diamond rings,
All those things:
Bet your life it isn’t her!

But could she love, could she woo
Could she, could she, could she coo!
Has anybody seen my girl?

Boogie Woogie Dream – Música

Boogie-Woogie Dream (1944) is an independently made short film musical, directed by Hanus Burger, starring Lena Horne, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson and Teddy Wilson and his orchestra. It is a significant film in the history of jazz for its early glimpse of Lena Horne (in her second film) and as the only film of boogie-woogie piano masters Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson.

Boogie Woogie Dream – Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson