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Some old tunes from the descended of enslaved black community in the usa
PHoto is Valaida Snow
- 0:12:13 Delta Rhythm Boys in "Take the 'A' Train" (1941).
- 0:14:46 Fats Waller in "Your Feet's Too Big (1941).
- 0:17:45 Count Basie Orchestra in "Take Me Back, Baby" (with vocal by Jimmy Rushing) (1941).
- 0:20:19 "Preacher and the Bear" featuring The Jubalaires (vocal quartet)
- 0:23:23 "Ring Those Bells" (Black children vocal quintet, unidentified; Possibly The Cabin Kids.)
- 0:24:22 The Ali Baba Trio in "Patience and Fortitude" (1946) (featuring Valaida Snow singing and playing jazz trumpet with trio of guitar, bass and accordion!)
- 0:27:06 "Rocco Blues" featuring Maurice Rocco (piano and vocal)
- 0:30:00 Gloria Grey sings "Oh By Jingo" (looks later, circa 1950 or so)
- 0:32:42 "I Want A Man", sung by Annisteen Allen and accompanied by Lucky Millinder and his Orchestra (huge big band)(1943).
- 0:35:36 Woman jazz harpist (LaVilla Tulos) playing "Swanee River"
any questions to the a train song concerning harlem, just ask