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Playlist of Slim Gaillard

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  • Slim GAILLARD & His Trio Dunkin Bagel !!!

    2:31

    RARE OLDIES SOUNDIES WITH MR SLIM GAILLARD & HIS TRIO ! Bulee Slim Gaillard (January 4, 1916 February 26, 1991) was an American jazz singer, songwriter, pianist, and guitarist, noted for his vocalese singing and word play. A related singer in the idiom of humorous jazz singing is Babs Gonzales, who also flourished in the 1940s. Along with Gaillard's date of birth, his family lineage and place of birth are disputed. One account is that he was born in Santa Clara, Cuba of a Greek father and an Afro-Cuban mother ; another is that he was born in Pensacola, Florida to a German father and an African-American mother . There is also question as to whether he was actually born in Detroit. Regardless, Gaillard grew up in Detroit and moved to New York City in the 1930s. Gaillard first rose to prominence in the late 1930s as part of Slim & Slam, a jazz novelty act he formed with bassist Slam Stewart. Their hits included Flat Foot Floogie (with a Floy Floy), Cement Mixer (Puti Puti) and the hipster anthem, The Groove Juice Special (Opera in Vout). The duo performs in the 1941 movie Hellzapoppin'. Gaillard's appeal was similar to Cab Calloway and Louis Jordan in that he presented a hip style with broad appeal (for example in his children's song Down by the Station). Unlike them, he was a master improviser whose stream of consciousness vocals ranged far afield from the original lyrics along with wild interpolations of nonsense syllables like MacVoutie O-reeney. One such performance is celebrated in the 1957 novel On the Road by Jack Kerouac. Gaillard later teamed with bassist Bam Brown; Slim and Bam can be seen in a 1948 motion picture featurette -- with the Gaillardese title O'Voutie O'Rooney -- filmed live at one of their nightclub performances. In the late forties and early fifties, Gaillard frequently opened at Birdland for such greats as Charlie Parker, Flip Phillips, and Coleman Hawkins. His 1945 session with Parker and Dizzy Gillespie is notable, both musically and for its relaxed convivial air. Gaillard could play several instruments, and always managed to turn the performance from hip jazz to comedy: he would play the guitar with his left hand fretting from the top of the neck, or would play credible piano solos with his palms facing up. Gaillard appeared in several shows in the 1960s and 1970s, such as Marcus Welby, M.D., Charlie's Angels, Mission Impossible, Medical Center, and Along Came Bronson. He also appeared in the 1970s TV series Roots: The Next Generations and reprised some of his old hits on the NBC primetime variety program, The Chuck Barris Rah Rah Show. By the early 1980s he was touring the European jazz festival circuit, playing with such musicians as Arnett Cobb. He also played with George Melly and John Chilton's Feetwarmers, appearing on their BBC television series. He later appeared in the musical film Absolute Beginners (1986) singing Selling Out.
    You can watch all my rare oldies soundies on : ! Many thanks , NICKY .

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  • Slim GAILLARD & His Trio Spanish Melody & Swing !!!

    3:23

    RARE OLDIES SOUNDIES WITH MR SLIM GAILLARD & HIS TRIO ! Bulee Slim Gaillard (January 4, 1916 February 26, 1991) was an American jazz singer, songwriter, pianist, and guitarist, noted for his vocalese singing and word play. A related singer in the idiom of humorous jazz singing is Babs Gonzales, who also flourished in the 1940s. Along with Gaillard's date of birth, his family lineage and place of birth are disputed. One account is that he was born in Santa Clara, Cuba of a Greek father and an Afro-Cuban mother ; another is that he was born in Pensacola, Florida to a German father and an African-American mother . There is also question as to whether he was actually born in Detroit. Regardless, Gaillard grew up in Detroit and moved to New York City in the 1930s. Gaillard first rose to prominence in the late 1930s as part of Slim & Slam, a jazz novelty act he formed with bassist Slam Stewart. Their hits included Flat Foot Floogie (with a Floy Floy), Cement Mixer (Puti Puti) and the hipster anthem, The Groove Juice Special (Opera in Vout). The duo performs in the 1941 movie Hellzapoppin'. Gaillard's appeal was similar to Cab Calloway and Louis Jordan in that he presented a hip style with broad appeal (for example in his children's song Down by the Station). Unlike them, he was a master improviser whose stream of consciousness vocals ranged far afield from the original lyrics along with wild interpolations of nonsense syllables like MacVoutie O-reeney. One such performance is celebrated in the 1957 novel On the Road by Jack Kerouac. Gaillard later teamed with bassist Bam Brown; Slim and Bam can be seen in a 1948 motion picture featurette -- with the Gaillardese title O'Voutie O'Rooney -- filmed live at one of their nightclub performances. In the late forties and early fifties, Gaillard frequently opened at Birdland for such greats as Charlie Parker, Flip Phillips, and Coleman Hawkins. His 1945 session with Parker and Dizzy Gillespie is notable, both musically and for its relaxed convivial air. Gaillard could play several instruments, and always managed to turn the performance from hip jazz to comedy: he would play the guitar with his left hand fretting from the top of the neck, or would play credible piano solos with his palms facing up. Gaillard appeared in several shows in the 1960s and 1970s, such as Marcus Welby, M.D., Charlie's Angels, Mission Impossible, Medical Center, and Along Came Bronson. He also appeared in the 1970s TV series Roots: The Next Generations and reprised some of his old hits on the NBC primetime variety program, The Chuck Barris Rah Rah Show. By the early 1980s he was touring the European jazz festival circuit, playing with such musicians as Arnett Cobb. He also played with George Melly and John Chilton's Feetwarmers, appearing on their BBC television series. He later appeared in the musical film Absolute Beginners (1986) singing Selling Out.
    You can watch all my rare oldies soundies on : or ! Many thanks , NICKY .

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  • Slim Gaillard – The Steve Allen Show 1962

    3:10

    Slim Gaillard combines virtuoso technique and humor. He starts with Debussy's Clair de Lune. The Steve Allen Show in 1962

  • Night Music #106 1988 Randy Newman, Take 6, Mark Knopfler, Slim Gaillard

    45:37

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  • SLIM GAILLARD

    6:20

    Slim Gaillard plays piano and guitar for fun !

  • Slim GAILLARD & His Trio Chile & Beans OVootee !!!

    2:22

    RARE OLDIES SOUNDIES WITH MR SLIM GAILLARD & HIS TRIO ! Bulee Slim Gaillard (January 4, 1916 February 26, 1991) was an American jazz singer, songwriter, pianist, and guitarist, noted for his vocalese singing and word play. A related singer in the idiom of humorous jazz singing is Babs Gonzales, who also flourished in the 1940s. Along with Gaillard's date of birth, his family lineage and place of birth are disputed. One account is that he was born in Santa Clara, Cuba of a Greek father and an Afro-Cuban mother ; another is that he was born in Pensacola, Florida to a German father and an African-American mother . There is also question as to whether he was actually born in Detroit. Regardless, Gaillard grew up in Detroit and moved to New York City in the 1930s. Gaillard first rose to prominence in the late 1930s as part of Slim & Slam, a jazz novelty act he formed with bassist Slam Stewart. Their hits included Flat Foot Floogie (with a Floy Floy), Cement Mixer (Puti Puti) and the hipster anthem, The Groove Juice Special (Opera in Vout). The duo performs in the 1941 movie Hellzapoppin'. Gaillard's appeal was similar to Cab Calloway and Louis Jordan in that he presented a hip style with broad appeal (for example in his children's song Down by the Station). Unlike them, he was a master improviser whose stream of consciousness vocals ranged far afield from the original lyrics along with wild interpolations of nonsense syllables like MacVoutie O-reeney. One such performance is celebrated in the 1957 novel On the Road by Jack Kerouac. Gaillard later teamed with bassist Bam Brown; Slim and Bam can be seen in a 1948 motion picture featurette -- with the Gaillardese title O'Voutie O'Rooney -- filmed live at one of their nightclub performances. In the late forties and early fifties, Gaillard frequently opened at Birdland for such greats as Charlie Parker, Flip Phillips, and Coleman Hawkins. His 1945 session with Parker and Dizzy Gillespie is notable, both musically and for its relaxed convivial air. Gaillard could play several instruments, and always managed to turn the performance from hip jazz to comedy: he would play the guitar with his left hand fretting from the top of the neck, or would play credible piano solos with his palms facing up. Gaillard appeared in several shows in the 1960s and 1970s, such as Marcus Welby, M.D., Charlie's Angels, Mission Impossible, Medical Center, and Along Came Bronson. He also appeared in the 1970s TV series Roots: The Next Generations and reprised some of his old hits on the NBC primetime variety program, The Chuck Barris Rah Rah Show. By the early 1980s he was touring the European jazz festival circuit, playing with such musicians as Arnett Cobb. He also played with George Melly and John Chilton's Feetwarmers, appearing on their BBC television series. He later appeared in the musical film Absolute Beginners (1986) singing Selling Out.

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  • Live: Slim Gaillard on The Flip Wilson Show

    5:06

    a) Cement Mixer (Putti Putti)
    written by Slim Gaillard
    b) Poppity Pop
    written by Slim Gaillard
    c) The Flat Foot Floogie (with a Floy Floy)
    written by Slim Gaillard, Slam Stewart, and Bud Green
    performed by Slim Gaillard
    from The Flip Wilson Show, broadcast Thursday, 24 December 1970 on NBC-TV.

    NOTE: The material featured in this video is from a non digital, analog source and of substandard quality. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • Slim Gaillard - Flat Foot Floogie

    3:06

    Words & Music by Slim Gaillard, Slam Stewart, and Bud Green (1938)

  • Slim Gaillard - Potato Chips

    3:15

    Slim Gaillard and His Baker's Dozen, Potato Chips, 1952

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  • Hellzapoppin - Slim Gaillard & Slam Stewart, the Harlem Congeroos

    5:01

    A wonderful swing sequence from the movie « Hellzapoppin' » (1941). The Harlem Congeroos (the group of swing dancers) also went under the name Whitey's Lindy Hoppers.

    It had already been submitted to Youtube several times, but never in a proper quality ; this version is as neat and clean as possible.

  • Slim Gaillard - Hip Style, Fun Swing & Crazy Songs

    44:30

    Slim Gaillard – Hip Style, Fun Swing & Crazy Songs
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    00:00 - Tutti Frutti
    02:37 - Dopey Joe
    04:42 - It's Getting Kinda Chilly
    07:16 - The Flat Foot Floogie
    10:07 - Look Out There
    12:25 - Vol Vist Du Gaily Star
    15:09 - Boot Ta La Za
    18:40 - Laughin' In Rhythm
    21:19 - Buck Dance Rhythm
    23:58 - Serenade to a Poodle
    26:18 - Potato Chips
    29:24 - Arabian Boogie
    32:14 - Yep Roc Heresay
    35:19 - Jumpin' At the Record Shop
    38:29 - Harlem Hunch
    41:12 - Cement Mixer

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  • Slim Gaillard Trio Laguna Oroony

    2:47

    Slim Gaillard was noted for his comedic vocalese singing and word play in his own constructed language called Vout-o-Reenee, for which he wrote a dictionary.

    In addition to English, he spoke five languages (Spanish, German, Greek, Arabic, and Armenian) with varying degrees of fluency.

    He rose to prominence in the late 1930s with hits such as Flat Foot Floogie (with a Floy Floy) and Cement Mixer (Put-Ti-Put-Ti) after forming Slim and Slam with Leroy Eliot Slam Stewart.

    During World War II, Gaillard served as a bomber pilot in the Pacific. In 1944, he resumed his music career and performed with notable jazz musicians such as Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, and Dodo Marmarosa

  • George Melly & Slim Gaillard - Part 1 - Jazz Juke Box

    5:42

    George Melly's interview with Slim Gaillard.

    Jazz Juke Box - Arena - 1983

    George Melly presents a number of short films made in the 1940's of some of the greatest and most popular jazz artists of the era, including Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Fats Waller, Bessie Smith, Mead Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons, and Pete Johnson. Some of the footage originates from soundies films made for visual jukeboxes and the precursors of the pop promotional video.

  • Slim Gaillard - Groove Juice Special

    4:56

    From The Absolute Voutest! - '46

  • Slim Gaillard Dunkin Bagels & History Night Music

    8:56

    Slim Gaillard Dunkin Bagels
    & Interview Night Music
    (links to his performances)
    Slim was Hip .
    (Original)

    (His other performance on the show,
    this link is better than the one I was going to upload)

    (Cement Mixer __ 'Vouty' )

    Have a good laugh.
    Night Music was one of the best shows.


    *NOTE* This video uses copyrighted material in a manner that does not require approval of the copyright holder. No copyright infringement is intended. The musical content is used under the FAIR USE policy, and is presented purely in good faith for the purposes of promoting information of an educational and historical nature only. All copyright claim is fully retained by the authors, publishers, and owners of the original copyright.

  • Slim Gaillard - How High The Moon.

    4:32

    From the LP Slim Gaillard Rides Again!.

  • Slim Gaillard - Yep Roc Heresay

    3:31

    From The Absolute Voutest! - '46

  • POPITY POP by Slim Gaillard with Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie

    2:57

    Just brought home a collection of about 2000 old 78 rpm records and this Bel-Tone label record was among them, POPITY POP by Slim Gaillard with Charlie Parker and John Birks (aka Dizzy Gillespie). Gotta be good with a crew like that. Enjoy!

  • Slim Gaillard - Communication

    2:30

    Slim Gaillard - Communication

  • Slim & Slam - Humpty Dumpty - 1938 Slim Gaillard & Slam Stewart

    2:30

    Columbia Label.
    Slim & Slam was a 1930s musical partnership formed by Bulee Slim Gaillard (vocals, guitar and piano) and Leroy Elliott Slam Stewart (bass and vocals). They produced novelty jazz numbers featuring Slim's distinctive vocal style with vocalese and scats, hipster argot and nonce words. Sam Allen also played piano on many of their recordings.

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  • Slim Gaillard Rhythm Changes Intro Guitar Lesson by Tommy Harkenrider

    7:55

    It's been awhile since I've put a lesson on youtube. This one is short and sweet. Not very difficult but signature to Slim Gaillard's playing. This intro can work for a blues as well. Hope you guys like it. You can always check out my website for other products, as well as performance and clinic schedule.

  • Slim & Slam - Tutti Frutti 1938

    2:40

    Slim & Slam was a 1930s musical partnership formed by Bulee Slim Gaillard (vocals, guitar and piano) and Leroy Elliott Slam Stewart (bass and vocals). They produced novelty jazz numbers featuring Slim's distinctive vocal style with vocalese and scats, hipster argot and nonce words. Sam Allen also played piano on many of their recordings.

  • Slim Gaillard Fuck Off

    2:16

    Lifted off of Dr Boogie Presents Shim Sham Shimmy. Ethnic Authentic Electric Compilation. Jazz guitarist Slim Gaillard born 1916 and died in 1991 was a musician from Detroit, later moved to New York in 1930. He was a great improviser with a strong sense off humor as is heard here by this extremely rare track from the original Bob Hite collection! It's also on If it ain't a hit I'll eat my...(the dirtiest of them dirty blues) compilation. Features Jackie Wilson, LaVerne Baker, Amos Milburn, Roy Brown, Snatch and The Poontangs and other great artists doing it their way! Dirty!

    I don't own this obscurity hepsters!!

  • Frank Sinatra introduces Slim Gaillard / Cement Mixer

    5:44

    Provided to YouTube by Columbia/Legacy

    Frank Sinatra introduces Slim Gaillard / Cement Mixer (Put-ti Put-ti) · Frank Sinatra · Slim Gaillard · Slim Gaillard Trio

    Selections From A Voice On Air (1935-1955)

    ℗ 2015 Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2015-11-20

    Associated Performer: Frank Sinatra & Slim Gaillard
    Associated Performer: Frank Sinatra & Slim Gaillard with the Slim Gaillard Trio
    Composer: See Sub-songs
    Composer: Spoken Word
    Composer, Lyricist: Ricks

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Charlie Parker & The Slim Gaillards Orchestra: Slims Jam

    3:13

    Original album: Complete Savoy & Dial Studio Recordings

  • Slim & Slam Slim Gaillard & Slam Stewart - Palm Springs Jump

    2:40

    Flashbacks 1920's - 1940's Novelty Songs

  • Slim Gaillard Trio on Nightmusic

    2:27

    Short clip of Gaillard performing...uh?

  • Slim & Slam

    2:50

    Album: The Groove Juice Special (1938-1942)

  • Slim Gaillard - Potato Chips

    3:06

    Slim Gaillard - guitar, vocals
    Ben Webster - saxophone
    Cyril Hayes - piano
    Ray Brown - bass
    Milt Jackson - drums

    Recorded 1952, New York

  • Slim Gaillard — A Tip on the Numbers

    3:07

    Bulee Slim Gaillard (January 4, 1916 – February 26, 1991), also known as McVouty, was an American jazz singer and songwriter who played piano, guitar, vibraphone and tenor saxophone.
    Gaillard was noted for his comedic vocalese singing and word play in his own constructed language called Vout-O-Reenee, for which he wrote a dictionary. He rose to prominence in the late 1930s with hits such as Flat Foot Floogie (with a Floy Floy) and Cement Mixer (Put-Ti-Put-Ti), after forming Slim and Slam with Leroy Eliot Slam Stewart. During World War II, Gaillard served as a bomber pilot in the Pacific. In 1944, he resumed his music career and performed with notable jazz musicians such as Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Dodo Marmarosa.
    In the 1960s and 1970s, he acted in films—sometimes as himself—and also appeared in bit parts in television series such as Roots: The Next Generations.
    In the 1980s, Gaillard resumed touring the circuit of European jazz festivals. He followed Dizzy Gillespie's advice to move to Europe and, in 1983, settled in London, where he died on 26 February 1991, after a long career in music, film and television, spanning nearly six decades.

  • Slim Gaillard and his Boogie Reeners - Sightseeing Boogie

    2:49

  • Potato Chips

    3:06

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Potato Chips · Slim Gaillard

    Laughing In Rhythm: The Best Of The Verve Years

    ℗ A Verve Records Release; ℗ 1953 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1994-01-01

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Slim Gaillard
    Composer Lyricist: Bundora

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Early Morning Boogie - Wini Beatty with Slim Gaillard Trio

    2:57

    Early Morning Boogie performed by Wini Beattywith Slim Gaillard Trio. Issued in the mid-1940s on Bel-Tone 754. The trio is Slim Gaillard-p/Tiny Brown-sb/Zuggy Singleton-d.

  • Slim Gaillard - Bongo

    3:02

    Wonderful jazz song by Slim Gaillard. 1939-1940

  • Slim Gaillard / Walkin & Cookin Blues

    4:33

    Slim Gaillard off his Rides Again LP, Born in Santa Clara , Cuba

  • ATOMIC COCKTAIL by Slim Gaillard Quartette

    2:39

    ATOMIC COCKTAIL by Slim Gaillard Quartette

  • serenade to a poodle slim gaillard

    2:19

  • Slim Gaillard - Gaillard Special No. 1

    2:45

    From The Absolute Voutest! - '46

  • Slim Gaillard - Flat Foot Floogie

    2:40

    Performer(s): « Slim Gaillard » & « Slim Gaillard Orchestra »
    « Flat Foot Floogie »
    Audio : Very Hq - CD Quality Sound -- MP3 320 Kbps

    Album : « 123 Slim Gaillard » by « Slim Gaillard »

    Genre et sous style:
    Jazz

  • George Melly & Slim Gaillard - Jazz Juke Box - Part 3

    4:54

    George Melly's interview with Slim Gaillard. Jazz Juke Box - Arena - 1983.

    George Melly presents a number of short films made in the 1940's of some of the greatest and most popular jazz artists of the era, including Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Fats Waller, Bessie Smith, Mead Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons, and Pete Johnson. Some of the footage originates from soundies films made for visual jukeboxes and the precursors of the pop promotional video.

  • CEMENT MIXER by the Slim Gaillard Trio on 78 rpm CADET label

    3:16

    This is the song version that started it all. Lots of folks have covered Cement Mixer, but nobody comes even close to the original. Enjoy!

  • Opera In Vout

    11:52

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Opera In Vout (Groove Juice Symphony) · Slim Gaillard

    Groove Juice: The Norman Granz Recordings + More

    ℗ A Verve Records Release; ℗ 1945 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2018-08-31

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Associated Performer, Double Bass: Tiny Bam Brown
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Slim Gaillard
    Composer Lyricist: John Alston
    Composer Lyricist: Skeets Tolbert
    Composer: Duke Ellington
    Composer Lyricist: Bud Green
    Composer Lyricist: Slim Gaillard
    Composer Lyricist: Slam Stewart
    Composer: Robert Haggart
    Composer Lyricist: Bob Haggart
    Composer Lyricist: Ray Bauduc
    Composer Lyricist: Bob Crosby
    Composer Lyricist: Gil Rodin
    Composer Lyricist: Andy Razaf
    Composer Lyricist: Meade Lux Lewis

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • THE HOP Slim Gaillard Quartet HOPPIN JAZZ

    2:41

    REal hoppin' music here, all you'd expect from Slim Gaillard. Enjoy!

  • Slim Gaillard - Babalu

    3:34

    Original de Margarita Lecuona. Grabada en Nueva York el 25 de mayo de 1951.

    Slim Gaillard, voz y guitarra. Maceo Williams, piano. Clyde Lombardi, bajo. Charlie Smith, percusión.

  • Slim Gailliard Chicken Rhythm

    2:10

  • Slim Gaillard And His Peruvians - Laughing In Rhythm

    3:00

    Sheet music & mp3:
    Donate:
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    La musica e’ una delle vie per le quali l’anima ritorna al cielo
    Music is one of the ways for which the soul returns to heaven
    Musik ist eine der Arten, auf die die Seele in den Himmel zurückkehrt
    La musique est l'un des moyens par lesquels l'âme retourne au ciel
    La música es una de las formas en que el alma regresa al cielo
    A música é uma das formas pelas quais a alma retorna ao céu
    الموسيقى هي إحدى الطرق التي تعود بها الروح إلى السماء
    音乐是灵魂回归天堂的方式之一
    音楽は、魂が天国に帰る道の一つです
    Музыка - один из способов возвращения души к небу
    (T.Tasso)

  • SLIM GAILLARD - LIVE! 1947

    8:18

    Here is a live performance by Slim Gaillard on piano, drums, and bass. Wacky and excellent! Recorded from a Jazum 56 LP which is compiled from an old Armed Forces Radio Service radio transcription, Jubilee 228. This was a performance in Los Angeles in 1947 with Woody Herman and Jack Teagarden. What a night that must have been! Enjoy!

    Notice that the strobe hash marks appear to be going backwards. The video is 30 frames per second and it makes the hash marks appear to be going backwards. Wierd, but I like it.

  • Slim Gaillard Flat Foot Floogie

    2:39

    AFRS 106 44-11-20 4:31- 7:07 minutes Slim Gaillard Flat Foot Floogie You may have seen Nona Gaye, Slims granddaughter, in a black dress in XXX: State Of The Union

    Mediaoutlet has many AFRS Jubilee, Command Performance and other WWII era broadcasts in MP3 audio format:

    on DVD $20 (regularly $26).
    has an EXCELLENT Discography of Jubilee Transcriptions pdfs.

  • Slim Gaillard And His Trio - Arabian Boogie

    2:50

    Sheet music & mp3:
    Donate:
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    La musica e’ una delle vie per le quali l’anima ritorna al cielo
    Music is one of the ways for which the soul returns to heaven
    Musik ist eine der Arten, auf die die Seele in den Himmel zurückkehrt
    La musique est l'un des moyens par lesquels l'âme retourne au ciel
    La música es una de las formas en que el alma regresa al cielo
    A música é uma das formas pelas quais a alma retorna ao céu
    الموسيقى هي إحدى الطرق التي تعود بها الروح إلى السماء
    音乐是灵魂回归天堂的方式之一
    音楽は、魂が天国に帰る道の一つです
    Музыка - один из способов возвращения души к небу
    (T.Tasso)

  • Fried Chicken ORoutee - Leo Watson and Slim Gaillard

    3:05

    W W II Era Classics, Vol. 1 available from iTunes @

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