Just a Picture of Me Without You. Looks like I'm going through the Paper Moon soundtrack.
Hoorah for the Boswell Sisters. I've enjoyed their rendition of "The Object of My Affection" all day.
A little Monkey Business from the Marx Brothers today.
This exact version of this exact song, "The Man I Love," Billie Holiday.
"The Object of My Affection" as sung by the Boswell Sisters. The version in my head is Pinky Tomlin singing wiht Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra, but I love Connee Boswell.
I have the upright base bit from "Minor Swing," Django Reinhardt.
I have a Raymond Scott medley, actually, but the predominant tune is the horn rasp (and horn bit generally) from "Twilight in Turkey."
"More Than You Know," not this version exactly, but pretty much. Here's Mildred Bailey.
Ereway innay eethay UNNY-May. "We're in the Money," caught from Joan Blondell's roman a clef, Center Door Fancy. Still can't believe she was married to Dick Powell for eight years.
And speaking of wrong, that metal figleaf on Ginger? Extra wrong.
"And even when you've changed it or condensed it." Groucho Marx from "Horsefeathers."