|Performer:||Joe Venuti And His Blue Six|
|Title:||Sweet Lorraine / Doin' The Uptown Lowdown|
|Other format:||VQF XM AIFF DXD MIDI VOX MIDI|
|B||Doin' The Uptown Lowdown|
Venuti claimed to have been born aboard a ship as his parents emigrated from Italy, though many believe he was simply born in Philadelphia. Later in life he said that he was born in Italy in 1896 and that he came to the . Venuti and Lang recorded a series of milestone jazz records for the OKeh label during the 1920s. However, following Lang's early death in 1933, his career began to wane, though he continued performing through the 1930s. He was also a strong early influence on western swing players like Jesse Ashlock, not to mention the fact that Lang and Venuti were the primary influences of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Joe Venuti - Sweet Lorraine rare - Duration: 3:12. irenemarga 15,722 views.
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