New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Although jazz is not very popular right now, you can still try to test your luck with this music if you are dating a Ukrainian woman. We hope you know that Ukrainian women like old school gentlemen, and this is where your jazz tastes may come in handy. Don't expect her to know much about jazz at all because it is not popular in Ukraine. Read our list of top 5 jazz songs of the 30s about love to know what songs you definitely must share with your girlfriend.
Marlene Dietrich - Falling in Love Again
Marlene Dietrich is well known for her love for a tuxedo and her seductive appearance. These two facts inspired millions of women to follow her example. Maria Magdalen Dietrich was born in a suburb of Berlin in a middle-class family. She spoke of her mother as a woman of strict rules. She didn't remember her father, who died when she was 6 years old. As a child, Dietrich loved to play male characters. She has never been too lucky in love. Maybe this was the reason why she wrote this deep and brilliant song.
Bebe Daniels - I Am Your Baby Now
American actress, singer, dancer, and producer Bibi was born in a theatrical family. When she was still a child, they moved to Los Angeles. There, she began her career at the age of four. Initially, she participated in various theatrical productions, and in 1910, her film career started. One of her first roles was Dorothy Gale in the film adaptation of L. Frank Baum's children's book "The Wizard of Oz." Since 1915, Daniels has been invited by Harold Lloyd to play various roles in his short comedies. This song is from the movies she starred in. It is called "Dixiana." It was a comedy film with a nice soundtrack, but unfortunately, its box office barely covered the production budget.
Jack Oakie - Joe Jazz
He was born in 1903 in Missouri. And spent his childhood in Oklahoma in a small city. He early began to work when he and his family traveled to New York. As a teenager, he used to work as a courier on Wall Street. He nearly died when a terrorist attack occurred in 1920. Not long after, he decided to become an actor in amateur theaters. This was the moment when he started to use his pseudonym. In 1923, he visited Broadway and stayed working there till 1927. Then, he traveled to Hollywood and started acting in movies.
The Brox Sisters - Hang On To Me & Just You Just Me
These sisters were one of the earliest artists who starred in Warner Bros projects. They were presented in three productions: "Down South" (both in 1928), "Glorifying the American Song," and "Headin' South" (1929). Unfortunately, the footage from all those features is lost. Both audio and visual, there is an investigation in that search for missing components. Three sisters, Lorayne, Bobbe, and Patricia, changed their family name to Brox because it sounded better. It was important if they wanted to work in a theater. They were raised in Tennessee, and all of them managed to save their southern accents thought their careers. In the early 30s, they started to work on radio broadcasts. This was when they recorded this magnificent song.
Maurice Chevalier and Claudette Colbert - You Brought A New Kind of Love to Me
This song first appeared in The Smiling Lieutenant, a comedy musical about love. Lieutenant Nicholas von Prein, whose role in the film was performed by Maurice Chevalier, is in love with the humble violinist France played by Claudette Colbert, but by chance, they are not destined to be together. The song is about how the lieutenant struggles to forget his love. It tells about his moral misery because everything seems bad for him without her. He is willing to sacrifice everything just to be with her. This is the most romantic song among others on our list. What can be more magnificent and attractive to women than a man who is ready to sacrifice everything for his love?