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Walter Donaldson, Featured in the William Fox musical film ... Richard A. Whiting, Featured in the Paramount musical ...

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Dec 10, 2009 ... Criteria: These songs were chosen and ranked according to their initial and lasting popularity and also on their impact and influence on the ...

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American popular music from the 1930's reflects the cultural and social conditions that shaped the American identity during the period. For the purposes of this ...

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Aug 29, 2015 ... Songs in the 1930s were sometimes more popular than the artist. It wasn't strange for a song to become popular by one artist, and then re-done ...

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Feb 17, 2013 ... Ah, the 1930's. The decade that is mainly blues, jazz and swing. The 1930's decade contain some of the best songs ever in our musical history, ...
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Jun 3, 2016 ... Big Band Swing Music of the 1930's Track 1 - Lucky Millinder & Mills Blue Rhythm Band - Camp Meeting Jamboree - recorded 7/1/1937 Track 2 ...

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Music Chart Songs from the 1930s. ... of Fame in 1981 (1939), AFI 1, POP 1 of 1939, RIAA 1, Music Imprint 1 of 1930s, ASCAP song of 1938, Library of Congress ...

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1930s. Johnny Mercer had his first hit, "Lazy Bones," in 1933. He published 701 songs, had 90 film credits, starred in 6 Broadway Musicals, received 4 Academy ...

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This list shows the Top 50 singles artists of the 1930s, based on how many singles they have placed in RYM's Top 400 of the decade. Interested in getting into ...

www.thoughtco.com/unforgettable-love-songs-of-the-1930s-2457193

Jun 7, 2017 ... The 1930s was a decade of unforgettable love songs; many of the ... In 1938 the song became popular when Artie Shaw released it as a single.