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May 4, 2018

Episode 474: Music to Keep You Upbeat & Positive

Hello sweeties! The popular music during the 1940s was built around the jazz and big band styles of the underground music scene of the previous decade. This was also the era of World War II, and many musical acts strived to remain upbeat and positive about the impending future. - Poppy, the clockwork assistant
05.04.18 playlist:
  • Artie Shaw - They Say
  • Dick Haymes & The Harry James Orchestra - When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
  • Evelyn Knight & The Stardusters - A Little Bird Told Me
  • Buddy Clark - Peg O' My Heart
  • Dorothy Shay - Feudin' and Fighin'
  • Horace Heidt And His Musical Knights - The Hut-Sut Song (A Swedish Serenade)
  • Hill Bowen & His Orchestra - Pennsylvania 6-5000
  • Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - A Zoot Suit (For My Sunday Gal)
  • Norman Long - Where Does Poor Pa Go In The Black-Out?
  • Kate Smith & Four Chicks and Chuck - Don't Fence Me In
  • Bing Crosby - Swingin' On A Star
  • Ozzie Nelson & His Orchestra - Somebody Else Is Taking My Place
  • Marilyn King, The Miller Sisters, Dick Grove & His Orchestra - Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)
  • Eddy Howard & Dick Jurgens and His Orchestra - A-Tisket A-Tasket
  • Arthur Godfrey & The Too Fat Trio - Too Fat Polka
  • Sarah Vaughan - That Old Black Magic
  • Louis Prima - Jump, Jive, An' Wail
  • Cab Calloway - We The Cats Shall Help You
  • Anne Shelton - Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer
Logo: David Göbel
Produced by Agony Aunt Studios
Hosted by Emmett Davenport and Lady Attercop
Incidental music: No One Is Watching by DeVotchka
Theme song by Kyle O'Door
This episode is sponsored by Steampunk Dollhouse
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