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You'll be Boogieing in no time

"Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy", a wartime radio song about a virtuoso trumpet player, was a major hit for the Andrews Sisters and an iconic World War II tune. The song was written by Don Raye and Hughie Prince, and was recorded at Decca's Hollywood studios on January 2, 1941, nearly a year before the United States entered World War II but after the start of a peacetime draft to expand the armed forces in anticipation of American involvement. The Andrews Sisters introduced the song in the 1941 Abbott and Costello film Buck Privates, which was in production when they made the record. "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song. The song is ranked #6 on Songs of the Century. It is closely based on an earlier Raye-Prince hit, "Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar," which is about a virtuoso boogie-woogie piano player. Although this isn't the only song on the album each track calls back to a time where our whole country came together to face a mounting threat from abroad. So many young men enlisted and gave their lives in defense of liberty and this album does great honor to that sacrifice. This is a great collection of up beat jazzy music that is perfect for swing dancing. If you need some great music to dance to or just something to listen to that will lift your spirits this is a great album for you. If you want more great Jazz music check out the Airmen of Note from the US Airforce on In the Glen Miller Mood or their self titled album The Airmen of Note.


Those who love music from the WW II era will really enjoy this cd...great music!


I cant belive how many terrible pop "musitions" are getting more money then people who deserve it and r talented like jazz mutions.

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, US Army Field Band - Jazz Ambassadors
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