Les Fleurs du Mal de Charles Baudelaire, l'un des plus célèbres livres maudits du 23 juillet 2013 - France Inter
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Bluesman Gus Cannon racked up a few aliases back in the day
He's no international man of mystery, but Gus Cannon and his alter-ego, Banjo Joe, were double agents of sorts at the Paramount and Victor record labels.
Sock Hops of the 1950s – What Were They?
The sock hop, a rockin' rollin' sock-footed dance craze of the 1950s was loved by all dancing teenagers. It was a well-chaperoned dance full of good clean fun and an economical way for teens to spend Saturday night.
Scrapper Blackwell Scrapper Blackwell (February 21, 1903 – October 7, 1962) was an American blues guitarist and singer; best known as half of the guitar-piano duo he formed with Leroy Carr in the late 1920s and early 1930s, he was an acoustic single-note picker in the Chicago blues and Piedmont blues style, with some critics noting that he veered towards jazz. Kokomo Blues Scrapper Blackwell also made solo recordings for Vocalion, including "Kokomo Blues" which was transformed into "Old…
Spirit of England - The Arts - Music
M U S I C Sir Edward William Elgar Baronet OM GCVO Probably one of the most underrated composers of the nineteenth and twentieth century - and on a par with Wagner, Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler. Remembered now mainly for his jingoistic marches and oratorios, his true genius lies in his Symphonies, concertos, occasional pieces ('Sospiri', 'Sersum Corda' etc) and the 'Enigma', 'Musicmakers' and 'The Spirit of England'. Elgar is undoubtedly the greatest of all English composers. Sir Edward…