The Swing Shift Shuffle is a radio program of swing, big band, jazz, boogie woogie and other popular music from the 1930's and 40's that airs every Wednesday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. (US Central Time) on WEVL 89.9 FM in Memphis, Tennessee, with a live webcast at In addition to the radio show, this blog is dedicated to all aspects of the Swing Era, including art, automobiles, cartoons, comics, history, movies, music, news, science, technology, and anything else that happened during that time. It also includes announcements about events in the Memphis/Mid-South area related to the Swing Era, such as classic movies, concerts, dances, lectures, etc. If you see something that fits the description, send it to me at If you would like more information about the radio show, just go to the Radio Show FAQ page.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Sunrise Serenade: Negra De Cabello Duro

The "Sunrise Serenade" is the music that happens to be running through my head when I wake up in the morning.  Today's serenade was the Latin-style gypsy swing piece "Negra De Cabello Duro" by Oscar Aleman.  Click on the song title to go to the album page on emusic.  Sample clip at track #15.

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