Three Tune Tuesday - Some Random Goodies

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It's Tuesday, and that means it's Three Tune Tuesday, hosted by @ablaze!

My first song for the week is a fun ditty from the Columbia Saxophone Sextette. Saxophone's were only beginning to come into their own in the 1920's. Buoyed by the popularity of the band Six Brown Brothers, Columbia put together their own Sextette and released several dozen records with them. I have a number of them, and they're all great.

Last week I had the good fortune to be able to take a business trip to Seattle. Seattle itself was a little underwhelming from what I was expecting, but the visit to Snoqualmie Falls was fantastic! Snoqualmie Falls is a waterfall on a mountain side. There are a network of paths following the river down the mountain which we followed, which was fun. Ascending back to the top to reach the car, however, was a little more challenging.

My final song for the week was also inspired by last week's trip to Washington State. This also happens to be one of my favourite groups from the 1920's; The All Star Trio never fails to impress, and today's song is a great little dance tune.

All the songs I share on #TTT come from my own 78rpm collection. I spin these live on Tuesday's at 12:00pm EDT. Come listen! https://blindskeleton.one/radio


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Those are some oldies, a bit beyond the age of any American music I've ever gotten into. I had a period where I was really into swing and oldtime jazz, but that was more 30s and 40s. This almost has a ragtime feel to it, not sure what to call the music like this of that era 🤔.

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At the time they simply called it "dance music." Very original, that. There were a lot of Fox Trots and One-Steps, which are usually my favourites.

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Yes, I imagine that this beautiful music is a classic Bro. The video images are kind of scary 🤣😅 other than that, all excellent. 🙏🎵🎆💯🎼👌😃

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Haha, yeah, the images are for my Blind Skeleton brand. Designed on purpose like that!

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Hombre!! Eso suena espectacular!!! Tengo que agregar música de este estilo a mi playlist. La primera armonía, Frogs Legs, wow! ❣️

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Frogs Legs was definitely my favourite of the bunch! Thanks for listenings!

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I am climbing mountains fits well with your visit to Seatle and Snoqualmie Falls, thanks as always for your very unique trio of tunes, always enjoyable.

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Thank you! Sorry I missed last week, but will definitely be about this coming week!

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Sure of course! It's very hard to post one every week. Only for I started this thing off, there's no way I would get around to posting every week either! :)

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