Ukulele, guitar and Hawaiian steel guitar.
The 1930s and 40s…
were a magical time in the history of popular music. The syncopated, danceable, harmonically rich sounds of swing were heard everywhere – radio, movies, and dance halls. The ukulele swings. It sits nicely “in the pocket” of the rhythm section and shines as a soloist in the spotlight.
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|2.||I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire|
|3.||Cocktails for Two|
|4.||Isn’t it Romantic?|
|5.||September in the Rain|
|6.||Stompin’ at the Savoy|
|7.||It’s Only a Paper Moon|
|8.||What’ll I Do?|
|9.||South Sea Island Magic|
|10.||That’s a Plenty|
|11.||I’m Getting Sentimental Over You|
|12.||Pick Yourself Up|
|13.||South of the Border|
|16.||Don’t Get Around Much Anymore|
All arrangements © 2014 Gerald Ross
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