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Mademoiselle Montana’s Yodel Heaven

Yodel - Throat Singing - Whistling

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Pausemademoiselle montana

Fri, 25 Sep 2009 13:48:06 +0000

As you have seen, there are no new posts since a few weeks and even before, it was a bit irregular. I still have lots to write about but I’ve tons of other things to do for the moment. I can see that you’re still interested in the blog, that you listen to the music, […]

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They yodel in the USA !: Jimmie Rodgers (V) (1928)mademoiselle montana

Sun, 02 Aug 2009 11:31:35 +0000

A few months later, on October 20, 1928, Jimmie Rodgers recorded four songs but this time with the support of a band (Dean Bryan, guitar; C.L. Hutchison, cornet; John Westbrook, steel guitar; James Rikard, clarinet; George MacMillan, string bass). These songs are some of the best he made, with train whistle imitation in Waiting for […]

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Do they yodel in France ?: Madame Rollinimademoiselle montanaMadame Rollini

Sun, 12 Jul 2009 09:59:53 +0000

It seems normal that they yodel in France: they have high mountains, the Alps, and the same need to communicate between the valleys. It’s not so developped as in Switzerland or Austria but you can find some yodels there. But this is not the object of this post. It’s the “tyrolienne”, the french name for […]

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They yodel in the USA !: Jimmie Rodgers (IV) (1928)mademoiselle montanaJimmie Rodgers

Sun, 05 Jul 2009 09:50:48 +0000

By the end of spring 1928, Jimmie Rodgers was beginning to be famous: his first big hit, Blue Yodel was heard all over the country on the radio and in the record shops. With the money he earned from this succes, he bought a new wardrobe and a blue Buick. Having recorded all his repertoire […]

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Do they yodel in Croatia ?mademoiselle montana

Sun, 28 Jun 2009 10:19:35 +0000

Croatia is one of the countries that was created after the explosion of Yugoslavia. It has a strange shape and a long coast with lots of islands and can be divided in different cultural areas. But do they yodel in Croatia ? The Dinaric Alps stretch through different countries of Southern Europe, between Slovenia and […]

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Can they cover Jimmie Rodgers ? Blue Yodel No.3mademoiselle montana

Sun, 07 Jun 2009 12:17:18 +0000

Blue Yodel No.3 wasn’t covered a lot. Here are four versions: The first one, Blue Yodel No.4, recorded by Bill Monroe in 1946, is in fact Blue Yodel No.3. I don’t know where the confusion comes from but it contains stratospheric yodeling ! In his repertoire, the blue yodels were recorded only as a pretext […]

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Yodel blues: Winston Holmesmademoiselle montanaWinston Holmes

Sun, 17 May 2009 09:46:28 +0000

Winston Holmes is a bit of an enigma. He was probably born around 1898 in Kansas City (Missouri) and was a good looking and restless man. He started a record label, Merritt Records, and was a performer himself. His vocals were energetic, with bird calls, train whistles and yodels. He made some songs with Lottie […]

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Yodels around the world with the Bonsai Garden Orchestramademoiselle montanabonsai garden orchestra

Sun, 19 Apr 2009 10:22:38 +0000

A quick post this week with two songs from the Bonsai Garden Orchestra. Their album, Take One, is “a friendly encounter between Hawaii and Austria, initiated by Wolfgang Temmel, an artist who crosses frontiers. A lively meeting of vocal and string acrobatics, of sound worlds and sound cultures, nine musicians play – in the best […]

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Cattle Call: from Tex Owens to People Like Usmademoiselle montanacattle call

Mon, 13 Apr 2009 16:26:39 +0000

In the previous post, I talked about Tex Owens, the author of the very famous Cattle Call. Here are different versions of the song, in chronological order. Sorry for the wait, it was quite a long post to write and lots of songs to get, even if I’m sure there are other versions out there, […]

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They yodel in the USA !: Tex Owensmademoiselle montanaTex Owens

Sun, 15 Mar 2009 15:04:26 +0000

For this week, let’s listen to Tex Owens, an American cowboy yodeler who isn’t very known but his song, Cattle Call was a big hit for Eddy Arnold and dozens of others after him. I’ll write a special post about this song but I first want to present Tex Owens himself. He was born as […]

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