Jerry Drake
THE NEW BOOGIE WOOGIE
By: Jerry Drake
Catalog ID: 384947   Duration: 4:15   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 125   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Jazz Music | Swing | Ensembles
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In the style of Boogie Woogie (Late 30's - Early 40's).   Keywords: Swing, Jazz, Big Band, Swing, Energetic, Exciting, Fun, Playful, Music, Dance, Male Vocal, Jazz Band, 1940's, Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Cooper



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