1940's music

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  1. dinofan01
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    dinofan01 Misses the old days...

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    Ive been playing Fallout 3 for a while now and I can't help but love that style of music. My teacher started playing that today in my architecture class and I couldn't help but think "I need some of that on my iPod." So does anyone know any good artist? Any suggestions would be welcomed.
     
  2. acoustic.digital

    acoustic.digital GBAtemp Regular

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    django reinhardt, all the awesome jazz artists like duke ellington, coleman hawkins and bob wilber.

    there's heaps more to discover :]
     
  3. dinofan01
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    dinofan01 Misses the old days...

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    no kidding. Its all so good.
     
  4. TanookiSuit

    TanookiSuit GBAtemp Addict

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    Find someone with satellite radio and have them record the 40s station. XM has a fantastic 40's on 4 that has the music from then but also has some of the stuff in the 30s of the same breed too. A lot of the stuff is so dated you can get them insanely cheap in multi-CD packs for little money at all at many places too. Big Band music and the like, including 30s/40s swing is fantastic.
     
  5. dinofan01
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    dinofan01 Misses the old days...

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    thanks ill take your advice
     
  6. geedub

    geedub GBAtemp Fan

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    Nat King Cole ......................route 66 ( absolute classisc )

    yeah but there is loads
     
  7. Ronstar

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    bing crosby.
     
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