Joséphine Baker Avec Jo Duval Et Son Orchestre - Chante L'Amour (LP, Album). Guilde Du Jazz, Musical Masterpiece Society. Josephine Baker Mit Jo Duval Und Seinem Orchester. Josephine Baker Mit Jo Duval Und Seinem Orchester - Josephine Baker Singt Von Liebe (LP, Album).
Frank Duval (born 22 November 1940, Berlin, as Frank Uwe Patz) is a German composer, conductor, record producer, songwriter and singer. Born into an artists' family, he studied as an actor and dancer, but also sang with his sister, Maria. By the 1960s, Duval was also composing music, both orchestral and pop, and his first soundtrack, for an episode of the German serial Tatort, was broadcast in 1977.
Duval is said to have been the woman whom Baudelaire loved most, in his life, after his mother. She was born in Haiti on an unknown date, sometime around 1820 .
Franky's Musik Homestudio. Musik Erinnerungen an den 60er 70er 80er und 90er Jahren ngplayers. Derrick or der Alte was only a good crime with music from Frank Duval.
The Charleston History. Flappers, Collegiates, the Black Bottom, Shimmy and Lindy Hop were to set the 1920's on fire. The Charleston's Origins and Evolution May have been around much longer history than many realize. As time went on it was being used as a regular cotillion step and then finally made its way, all dressed up, (as we know it today) into Harlem stage productions by 1913 says James P. Johnson. Henry " Rubberlegs" Williams says it was the first dance he won a contest in the mid teens. The CLIP on the right is a vintage "Flat or Face to Face" Charleston Instructional Short by Santos Casini and Jose Lennard.
Duval is an enemy soldier, a French man, who crawls into the shell crater in which Paul is hiding during a bombardment. He discovers that the man is a printer and that he has a family. Wracked with guilt, Paul vows to secretly send money to the man's family when the war is over.
Jo Stafford was never a jazz singer but, because she had a very appealing voice and always sang perfectly in tune with a gentle swing, she was widely admired by jazz musicians in addition to her large middle-of-the-road pop audience. On Big Band Sound, Stafford is heard in the 1960-1970 era singing standards while backed by big bands arranged by Paul Weston, Billy May, and Benny Carter.