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Various - Music Is The Most Beautiful Language In The World
Various - Music Is The Most Beautiful Language In The World
Play Loud! | LP | 26

Music is the Most Beautiful Language in the World / Yiddisher Jazz in London's East End 1920s to 1950s. compiled by Alan Dein, multi-award winning radio documentary presenter, whose own family harks back to the major wave of immigrants fleeing the pogroms in Eastern Europe from the end of the 19th century. The album title is inspired by a 1920s Yiddish slogan of an East London gramophone record shop, from a time when Whitechapel was a fertile breeding ground for singers, musicians, proprietors of record shops and club owners / according to Dein "their stories are now entwined with the development of the British recorded music industry. But for the first time ever, we can the discover the remarkable sounds of Jewish/themed jazz recorded in London between the 1920s and the 1950s / which thankfully had been preserved within the grooves of ancient discs".

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