Ill Come Back To You - Various - Texas Dance Hall - Western Swing Volume II (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Goltilrajas | 27.07.2019 at 11:34 | Reply
    Western swing is a style of popular music that began in the s in the American Southwest among the region's popular Western string bands. It is dance music, often with an up-tempo beat. The music is an amalgamation of rural, cowboy, polka, and folk, New Orleans jazz or Dixieland, and blues blended with a jazzy "swing".
  2. Vudolkree | 22.07.2019 at 14:03 | Reply
    "WHEREAS, Born and bred in Texas, western swing is a musical melting pot that represents the diverse groups that have contributed to the growth and prosperity of our state and the distinctive way of life that has flourished here, and it is indeed a fitting symbol for the rich cultural heritage that is shared by all Texans; now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, That the 82nd Legislature of the State.
  3. Zolozshura | 19.07.2019 at 07:42 | Reply
    Western Swing was the most eclectic form of country music and in its free-wheeling diversity, it set the stage for rock & roll. Based in traditional string band music, Western swing also incorporated traditional pop melodies, jazz improvisation, blues, and folk, creating a wildly entertaining and eclectic form of American music.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Dark Red Vinyl release of Texas Dance Hall - Western Swing Volume II on Discogs. Label: The Franklin Mint Record Society - 85 - 86 • Series: The Greatest Country Music Recordings Of All Time • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Compilation, Mono Dark Red • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World.
  5. Fenrigul | 20.07.2019 at 19:55 | Reply
    Texas in the late 40s and early 50s, before rock n roll and television changed the dance hall scene forever. A small, sweaty joint with a neon sign and a row of Fords, Chevys and Plymouths parked in the gravel. A small band playing loud or a Wurlitzer jukbox blaring an Ernest Tubb number as you walk up and order a Pearl or Jax from the bar.5/5(3).
  6. Nov 22,  · Western swing has always been widely considered a sub-genre of country music, but I’ve never understood why it doesn’t get included in the jazz lineage. Western swing started to gain popularity in the s. It was the South’s answer to big-band music, minus the horn section. Apparently, you couldn’t buy a trumpet in Texas in the ’20s.
  7. In the late 's as Disco died and country music continued to rise in rapid popularity, a resurgence of interest in western dance emerged. Older dancers suddenly became models for a new generation. Now that swing is back, people are dancing into the 90's with a .
  8. Kazrataxe | 22.07.2019 at 18:27 | Reply
    Key Figures. Milton Brown () lived a short life yet made a huge impact on Western Swing. He was able to fuse many different musical cultures to find a sound that was incomparable for the time. He filled dance halls on a regular basis of people from all classes with his unique style of music.
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