[Dixielandjazz] rock as a verb

Harry Callaghan meetmrcallaghan at gmail.com
Fri Jun 25 06:38:15 PDT 2010

Hey, even I remember them........Patty, Maxine & LaVerne


or were they the McGuire Sisters?  DeCastros?  let me know when I'm getting


On 6/25/10, Bill Haesler <bhaesler at bigpond.net.au> wrote:
> Ken Gates wrote (in part]: "Rock my soul" surely is something different.
> > Seems as though Joe Watkins'  vocal on the George Lewis version of "Ice
> Cream"
> > also uses "rock".
> Dear Ken and all,
> More trivia.
> It is generally accepted that the first musical use of the words "Rock and
> Roll" were for the title of the Richard A. Whiting - Sidney Clare song
> featured by the Boswell Sisters in the 1934 film "Trans Atlantic Merry Go
> Round" and recorded by them for Brunswick on 4 October 1934.
> Kind regards,
> Bill.
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