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Aaron2006
post Aug 23 2006, 10:08 PM
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I managed to squeeze just one more 1920's video.


Great Britain in the 1920's - In Original Colour


P.S It looks sharper on the smaller size setting
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post Aug 23 2006, 10:38 PM
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I always love shots of people doing normal things... the shot at the end of the camera going through the crowd is great!

Can you list the song titles again?!

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post Aug 24 2006, 12:28 AM
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Sure.

1.) Savoy Orpheans - Ain't That To Bad

2.) Jack Buchanan & Binnie Hale - Who

3.) Jack Buchanan & Elsie Randolph - Let's say goodnight till the morning

4.) Elsie Randolph - Chirp Chirp


They are my favourite duet jazz singers
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post Aug 24 2006, 06:01 PM
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I really love the Savoy Orpheans!

You used the Valvastock (sp) song before... Great stuff!

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post Aug 25 2006, 01:36 AM
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It's hard to believe watching the people and street scenes and listening to the music that such loveliness would be destroyed in so short order by first the Depression and then World War II. They'd never have believed it possible...

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post Aug 25 2006, 05:51 AM
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It's hard to believe watching the people and street scenes and listening to the music that such loveliness would be destroyed in so short order by first the Depression and then World War II. They'd never have believed it possible...


And what the war didn't destroy "Progress" finished off.
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