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  1. 7. Dez. 2023 · In the heart of rural Georgia, young Celie Harris grapples with the harsh realities of life. Raped by her own father and forced into marriage with the controlling and abusive “Mister,” she endures years of torment. Her only solace comes from her younger sister Nettie, who shares her pain and promises to stay connected despite the distance.

  2. 11. Dez. 2023 · Keep watching to learn what Van Doren has been up to lately and how she’s been enjoying her nineties so far. We’ll also be doing a little recap of her acting career, so don’t go anywhere! Facts Verse Presents: Mamie Van Doren is the Last Surviving Bombshell – See Her Now Van Doren’s Early Success

  3. 6. Dez. 2023 · 41 mins ago Stolen Moment: Fats Waller by Editor With his often-comical vocal delivery and Harlem hep-cat persona, Thomas “Fats” Waller is among the most beloved performers in American music.

  4. Vor 2 Tagen · Ain’t Misbehavin’ lyricist: Andy Razaf (in 1929) composer: Harry Brooks (jazz pianist & songwriter) (in 1929) and Fats Waller (in 1929) publisher: BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd. (not for release label use!), EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher), Redwood Music and Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin)

  5. 6. Dez. 2023 · Song: Ain't Misbehavin - Fats WallerBig Band: Birland Orchestra from Aalborg, DK Conductor: Dan HejsletSinger: Rhiannon Ursell-Smith06-06-2022.

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  6. 6. Dez. 2023 · Rod Stewart and Jools Holland with his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra present the exquisite Swing Fever - a 13-track sparkling salute to the timeless songs of the big band years, reignited by two true giants of their craft - out February 23rd on Warner Re

  7. 11. Dez. 2023 · Immigrée juive américaine, l'écrivaine et poète Gertrude Stein s’installe à Paris en 1903 et se lance à la conquête de l’art moderne. Poussons la porte de son appartement du 27 rue de Fleurus (6ème) où l'on peut y entendre Poulenc, Rachmaninov, Bernstein, Aperghis ou encore Fauré...