Nick Hollywood – Deep Henderson (FreshlySqueezedMusic)
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The Roaring 20’s – Bridging the gap between old and new
French people called it the “années folles” (“Crazy Years”),emphasizing the era’s social, artistic, and cultural dynamism.
The original song is from 1926 Deep Henderson by Charley Straight and remixed by Nick Hollywood (Freshly Squeezed Music). The video explores the first wave feminism expression referring to the flapper movement and the origins of swing dance, 1920’s fashion and theatrical performance.
These were the years following the World Word I and prior to the Great Depression. The Great War created a youth culture that glorified in fast living, dancing, and the exciting sounds of jazz music described by the writer Scott Fitzgerald as the Lost Generation.
Fiddlesparks – Black Is The Color Of My True Love’s Hair
Black Is the Colour (of My True Love’s Hair)” is a traditional folk song originating from Scotland, the melody became famous when artists such as Nina Simone, Joan Baez, Patty Waters and Cathy Berbarian recorded their own interpretations of it in the 60s
The song has become a part of the traditional repertory of Celtic Music artists.