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"Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" by The Andrews Sisters Recorded in January 1941 Lyrics: He was a famous trumpet man from out Chicago way; He had a boogie style that no one else could play. He was the top man at his craft, But then his number came up and he was gone with the draft. He's in the army now, a-blowin' reveille; He's the boogie woogie bugle boy of Company B. They made him blow a bugle for his Uncle Sam. It really brought him down because he couldn't jam. The captain seemed to understand, Because the next day the cap' went out and drafted a band, And now the company jumps when he plays reveille; He's the boogie woogie bugle boy of Company B. A-toot, a-toot, a-toot-tiddeliyada-toot! He blows it eight-to-the-bar, in boogie rhythm. He can't blow a note unless the bass and guitar is pla...
A very youthful looking Andrews Sisters performing Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy V-disc for U.S. military overseas personnel, WWII era. Circa 1941. Their casual appearance makes them look quite attractive by today's standards. Particularly Maxene (on the right) with her hair up. Alas most of their career they had heavily permed 40's hairstyles of the day, not unattractive by any stretch, but reminded me a bit too much of my grandmother.
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, the movie version. This is one of my favorite Andrews Sisters song. This song has inspired Christina Aguilera and Bette Midler (pronounced Beht) and who knows how many other people. This upload includes onscreen lyrics... Song(s) Used: Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - The Andrews Sisters I DO NOT OWN ANY SONGS OR PICTURES USED IN THIS VIDEO. FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.
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The K Sisters perform a fun cover of the iconic "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" originally featuring The Andrews Sisters in the 1941 Abbott and Costello film "Buck Privates". Recording from October 2011, featuring pianist Karen Lee-Morlang, vocalists Jenny McLaren, Caitlin Beaupre and Katy Hedalen. Theater: Orpheum Annex, Vancouver, B.C.
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The song was written by Don Raye and Hughie Prince, and was recorded at Decca's Hollywood studios on January 2, 1941, nearly a year before the United States entered World War II but after the start of a peacetime draft to expand the armed forces in anticipation of American involvement. The flip side was "Bounce Me, Brother, With a Solid Four". The Andrews Sisters introduced both songs in the Abbott and Costello film, Buck Privates (released January 1941), which was in production when they made the record. "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song. The song is closely based on an earlier Raye-Prince hit, "Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar," which is about a virtuoso boogie-woogie piano player. (WIKIPEDIA) The Langley Sisters are Gita Langley Rosie Langley Ed...