In that wistful, screwball age that was the Thirties, one man, practically single-handed, launched an era of musical nonsense that had the whole nation humming bits of rhythmic fol-de-rol. It was Cab Calloway, the Hi-De-Ho man in cream colored tails who gyrated to the point of actually flying while leading his band, and who sang slightly insane ditties (as well as the leading hit songs of the day) in a remarkably rich and resonant baritone. Tracks: The Hi de Ho Man, I'll Be Around, Summertime, It Ain't Necessarily So, Kickin' the Gong Around, You Rascal You, Minnie the Moocher, I See a Million People, St. James Infirmary, Stormy Weather, the Jumpin' Jive.
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