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Wayne's Music 20/21 February 2010. those flirty thirties.

Wayne Mowat on Saturday night with some of the All-Time Good-Time hits from the 1930s and even before.

If You Knew Suzie Like I Know Suzie the story goes that Eddie Cantor made the song famous in 1925, but it was originally written for Al Jolson who had no success with it and gave it to Cantor, who used it as his theme song for the rest of his career.
Begin The Beguine Col Porter's immortal tune which he composed whilst on a cruise with Moss Hart preparing for the 1935 show Jubilee.
Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue The lively leg-twisting dance that was popular in 1924, and culminated in the Charleston about a year later.
When We're Alone Carroll Gibbons leading his Savoy Hotel Orpheans in London in 1932 when one Al Bowlly was his resident vocalist.
medley - Got The Bench, Got The ParkWould You Like To take A Walk Reaching For The Moon Hello Beautiful The New Mayfair Orchestra directed by Ray Noble.
School Days/The Sidewalks of New York one from Vaudeville days.
In The Middle Of A Kiss The Charlie Kunz Orchestra in 1935.
Star Dust has the quality and charm that has made so many Hoagy Carmichael tunes standards.

and many, many more ...