Going through my music collection yesterday, I came across this song by the Andrews Sisters. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B was a major hit from the World War Two period, and was first recorded in 1941.
It may not be everybody’s cup of tea, but for me this is real music; they sure don’t make ’em like they used to.
Since I heard it again yesterday after some time, it sort of stuck in my mind on REPEAT. I just had to see if there was a video I could find, that would give me some sort of indication of the era it was sung in.
However the search first brought up a link of an up-tempo version done by the Puppini Sisters in 2006:
I quite like this one; the sexy red numbers they are wearing sure beats the drab grey army outfits worn by the Andrews Sisters in the Abbot and Costello film, Buck Privates, that follows:
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