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1930s Music - ISCH KA BIBBLE - Kay Kyser & Orchestra

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Published on Dec 10, 2012

Another Atco's Collections video - These are some of my favorite 1930s and 1940s songs from my 78 rpm collection. Here's a song from "The Old Professor of Swing" Kay Kyser and his orchestra. Merwyn Bogue was a good cornet player and comedy singer where he created his rural character based on his early life in Pennsylvania. He joined Kay Kyser in 1931. In 1935 they put out a version of an old Yiddish song (loosely translated "I Should Worry?") and called it Isch Ka Bibble. It was a very poplular song, and the public and the band began to call him ISH. It stuck, and his character began part of Kay Kyser's performances from there on up thru the early 50s.

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