Shared from our archive of thousands of songs, from old to new, these are twenty tunes from our "way-back" jukebox! During the time period, these songs were banned from the airwaves being too risque! Today, these would be considered children's songs. My, how social mores have changed! Cast yourself into an enviornment of the late Roaring Twenties, into the beginnings of the Great Depression and bootleg moonshine served in hidden-away speakeasy bars frequented by Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington. Slip on your Flapper Dress, slip on your Zoot Suit, crank up your jukebox and enjoy a laugh!
With these songs being recorded during the late Twenties and early Thirties, copyright protection has long since expired. You are free to download these songs and send to friends! Knowing these songs are very old, do not expect modern standards in quality. This music has been digitally remastered, cleaned and sounds rather good for being older than me! If only I could sound and look as good! For trivia, these songs from our archive are recorded straight off old LP vinyl records! Oh, never heard of vinyl records, have you? Go away! You are much too young to appreciate these nostalgic songs! Young whippersnappers, dang!
Please enjoy this hour's worth of very old nostalgic music! Have a few sips of moonshine while doing so!
I've Gone And Lost My Little Yo-Yo Billy Cotton And His Band - August 17, 1932 - 3:05 minutes
With My Little Ukulele In My Hand George Formby - July 1, 1933 - 3:04 minutes
A Guy What Takes His Time Mae West - February 7, 1933 - 2:40 minutes
She Was Only A Postmaster's Daughter, But... Durium Dance Band - circa November, 1932 - 2:16 minutes
Nellie, The Nudist Queen Ross And Sargent - April 15, 1933 - 3:05 minutes
My Private Affair Dawn Davis - May 10, 1933 - 3:10 minutes
What's It Jimmie Rodgers - June 16, 1931 - 3:10 minutes
He Hadn't Up Till Yesterday Sophie Tucker - August 28, 1928 - 2:55 minutes
Winnie The Worm Ronald Frankau - circa July, 1931 - 3:15 minutes
I'm A Bear In A Lady's Boudoir Cliff Edwards - October 25, 1933 - 2:32 minutes
Everyone's Got Sex Appeal For Someone Ronald Frankau & Monte Crick - October 14, 1933 - 3:12 minutes
All Poshed Up With My Daisies In My Hand Charlie Higgins - circa April, 1933 - 3:18 minutes
Pu-Leeze! Mister Hemingway! Elsie Carlisle - November 22, 1933 - 2:36 minutes
Let's All Be Fairies Durium Dance Band - circa March, 1933 - 2:34 minutes
I'm Going To Give It To Mary With Love Cliff Edwards - October 25, 1933 - 2:05 minutes
The Physician Gertrude Lawrence - October 18, 1933 - 3:01 minutes
No Wonder She's A Blushing Bride Art Fowler - July 17, 1927 - 2:23 minutes
Flora McDonald Douglas Byng - June 24, 1932 - 3:45 minutes
Or Anything Else I've Got! Randolph Sutton - circa November, 1929 - 3:25 minutes
And So Does He Dawn Davis - May 10, 1933 - 2:12 minutes