The Devil With The Devil. Jimmie Revard And His Oklahoma Playboys. RAMBLER 102. Various. Devil With The Devil: Hot Western Swing From The 1930s (LP, Album, Comp, Red).
Western swing music is a subgenre of American country music that originated in the late 1920s in the West and South among the region's Western string bands. It is dance music, often with an up-tempo beat, which attracted huge crowds to dance halls and clubs in Texas, Oklahoma and California during the 1930s and 1940s until a federal war-time nightclub tax in 1944 contributed to the genre's decline.
fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
1-1 Oh, You Pretty Woman 1-2 Osage Stomp 1-3 Barn Dance Rag 1-4 I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart 1-5 Up Jumped the Devil 1-6 Steel Guitar Rag 1-7 Dirty Dog 1-8 Who's Sorry Now?.
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Bendy was a lil’ devil thing Who was brought to life on the silver screen Used to make em chuckle now he makes em scream It’s Bendy in the Devil’s Swing. Flash back to the place that made the cartoons sing Where the cobwebs grow and the floorboards creak And it’s all connected to an evil scheme It’s Bendy and the Ink Machine. Dreams do come true I was deceived by Joey Drew And now I’m coming after you Who’s laughing now? You thought that you could cut me out But now the ink is running down.
Western swing music was recognized as the official state music of Texas in 2011, thanks to efforts spearheaded by Paula Jungmann of Boerne, TX. Dr. Gary Hartman, director of the Music Department of Texas State University in San Marcos, also championed western swing music as a new Texas symbol (Texas State University is home to the Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame Collection). Hartman wrote to legislators explaining Western swing history and added his fervent support for adoption of this symbol. Lasting from the 1930's on through the 1970's with many regional and local bands performing from the cafes and stages of historic dance halls of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and as far west as California. Western swing music is infused with songs from many cultures.