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Happy Hour

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Still life with matchbox

“Cocktail Party”  Pierre Thibaud, Pepe Alvarido and Jacky Bamboo  Pretoria Records (France)

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Holiday cheers!

“Drinks After Midnight”  Sasha’s Piano  Ace of Clubs Records (UK)

The Accordion Swingsters  Polydor Records EP  (UK)

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“Here’s to a good polka!”

“Wine, Girls, and Good Times”  Li’l Richard and his Polka All-Stars  Chicago Polkas Records (1976)   I love this one!

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Bitch’s brew?

Patti Stewart and the Fellas  “30 Party Songs”   Planet Records (New Zealand)

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Light melody?

Bar de Melodias  Guarana e sua orquesta de dancas  Copacabana Records  (Brazil)

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Hey Bartender!

Kim Cordell  “A Pub, A Pint and A Song”  Parlophone Reords (England)  (1966)  “Hey Bartender”

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(No) Table for one

“Cordes a Gogo”  Ricardo Santos Zacharias and his Orchestra  Polydor Records (France)

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Lush life

“Beer, Beer, Beer”   By Marion LUSH   Dyno Records

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Sex bomb

Tom Jones   “Hide and Seek”   / “Love Me Tonight”   London Records EP   (Japan)

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A french toast?

“Charlie Digs Paree”   Charlie Shavers (August 3, 1920 – July 8, 1971) brings his golden trumpet to Paris.   MGM Records   (1959)   Swing era trumpet great, arranger and composer, Shavers played with all the greats, wrote the jazz standard “Undecided” and made a number of recordings as trumpet soloist with Billie Holiday.

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