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Happy days are here again – Música

  • Avui us poso aquesta peça per tal que aneu assumint la mena de món cap el que estem anant.

  • Fixeu-vos en les imatges, gaudiu de la música i no feu gaire cas de la lletra.

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“Happy Days Are Here Again” is a song copyrighted in 1929 by Milton Ager (music) and Jack Yellen (lyrics) and published by EMI Robbins Catalog, Inc./Advanced Music Corp. The song was recorded by Leo Reisman and His Orchestra, with Lou Levin, vocal (November 1929),[citation needed] and was featured in the 1930 film Chasing Rainbows. The song concluded the picture, in what film historian Edwin Bradley described as a “pull-out-all-the-stops Technicolor finale, against a Great War Armistice show-within-a-show backdrop.” This early example of 2-strip Technicolor footage was, along with another Technicolor sequence, later cut from the 1931 re-edited release of the otherwise black-and-white film, and is believed to have been lost in the 1967 MGM Vault 7 fire.

Benjamin Bernard (“Ben”) Selvin (March 5, 1898 – July 15, 1980), son of Russian-immigrant Jewish parents, was a musician, bandleader, record producer and innovator in recorded music. He was known as The Dean of Recorded Music.

Ben Selvin Happy Days Are Here Again 1930

LYIRICS

Happy days are here again
The skies above are clear again
So let’s sing a song of cheer again
Happy days are here again
Altogether shout it now
There’s no one

Who can doubt it now
So let’s tell the world about it now
Happy days are here again
Your cares and troubles are gone
There’ll be no one from now on
From now on…
Happy days are here again
The skies above are here again
So, Let’s sing a song of cheer again
Happy times
Happy nights
Happy days
Are here again!

Bugle Call Rag – Música

Bugle Call Rag“, also known as “Bugle Call Blues”, is a jazz standard written by Jack Pettis, Billy Meyers and Elmer Schoebel. It was first recorded by the New Orleans Rhythm Kings in 1922 as “Bugle Call Blues”, although later renditions as well as the published sheet music and the song’s copyright all used the title “Bugle Call Rag”.

Benny Goodman Orchestra “Bugle Call Rag” 1936 Version