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GregPoppleton

1920s - 1930s Jazz Swing Background Chill Mix

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NEWS: YouTube friends - Will you vote for us? We've just entered 'Sweet Sue' by GP and the BB's into the MusicOz Awards. Vote here http://www.musicoz.org/song.... Thank you.

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Enjoy this perfect jazz set as you work online. Timed for the magic 53 minutes and 53 seconds.

Songs/Album
00'00 - Sweet Sue / Sweet Sue
02'14 - St James Infirmary (alt. take Paul Furniss soprano sax) / Doin' The Charleston
05'27 - It's Only A Paper Moon / The Phantom Dancer
07'50 -Tip Toe Through The Tulips / Doin' The Charleston
11'39 - Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams / Sweet Sue
14'17 - I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter / Doin' The Charleston
17'12 - South Of The Border / The Phantom Dancer
20'24 - Blue Skies / Sweet Sue
23'27 - Love Me Or Leave Me / The Phantom Dancer
27'28 - Walkin' My Baby Back Home / Sweet Sue
31'05 - I Can't Give You Anything But Love / Sweet Sue
34'45 - Do, Do, Do / The Phantom Dancer
37'50 - Exactly Like You / Doin' The Charleston
40'03 - Falling In Love Again / Doin' The Charleston
43'21 - On The Sunny Side Of The Street / The Phantom Dancer
48'35 - If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight) / The Phantom Dancer
51'25 - The Charleston / Doin' The Charleston

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Band Website: http://www.bakelitejazz.com

Growing up listening solely to jazz and swing from the 1920s and 1930s, Greg Poppleton's powerful, melodic 3 octave voice is totally uninfluenced by contemporary music.

Also in this mix you'll hear: Paul Furniss (soprano, alto, tenor saxes and clarinet) Matt Baker (p) Geoff Power (sousaphone) Darcy Wright (double bass) Al Davey (tp / tb) Lawrie Thompson (d / washboard) Grahame Conlon (g / bj) Peter Locke (p) Mark Harris (db) Dieter Vogt (db) Bob Henderson (tp) Joel Davis (d) Rod Herbert (sousaphone). Show less
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Live - Greg Poppleton 1920s-1930s Jazz and Swing Play

Celebrating the pop music of the 1920s & 1930s since 1995, Greg Poppleton's 3 octave voice sounds straight off an old 78.

Bakelite Broadcaster band members play international festivals including the Bix Beidebecke Festival in Iowa, Ascona and Wangaratta with some of the greats in jazz.

'Sweet Sue', is the band's third album. A homage to small group swing from the 1930s. Album of the Week on 3 metropolitan radio stations. Available on Mondo Tunes and Bandcamp.

'Doin' The Charleston', is Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters' second album. It has been described as Don Byron's Bug Music meets The Temperance Seven. It achieved the rare distinction for a jazz album of being played on commercial radio. It was Album of the Week on 2 metropolitan radio stations. Available on Bandcamp, Amazon, iTunes, CDBaby, Napster, Rhapsody and more.

The band's first CD, 'The Phantom Dancer: 14 swing songs from 1926-1939 in Radio Review' is now a collectors' item. Still available for download on Bandcamp, Amazon, iTunes, CDBaby, Napster, Rhapsody and more.

Greg Poppleton sings uncannily authentic 1920s vocals.
The Bakelite Broadcasters are:
Al Davey (trumpet and trombone),
Paul Furniss (soprano, alto and tenor saxes and clarinet),
Grahame Conlon (tenor banjo),
Geoff Power (sousaphone),
Rod Herbert (sousaphone),
Mark Harris (double bass),
Darcy Wright (double bass),
Lawrie Thompson (drums and washboard).

Other musicians who play or have played in Greg Poppleton and the Bakelite Broadcasters include Bob Barnard, Andrew Dickeson, Matt Baker, Ian Baker, Adrian Cunningham, Bob Gillespie, Chuck Morgan, David Seidel, Ray Alldridge, Peter Locke, Ben Jones and many more.
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