Friday, February 03, 2017

Say It Like You Mean It

First up, here's yet another 1919 Song-Poem ad, from Photoplay Magazine. In this case, an actual, wildly successful songwriter has allowed his name to be connected to the scam. Why Don't YOU Write the Words to a Song!!! Thanks again to Pete!
And now, for something completely Cara!

Time is tight again this week, and so my pithy remarks will have to wait for another day. But there isn't really that much one must say about Cara Stewart - her lovely voice could sell just about anything. Here she is on a previously unknown label - Stark Records of Mt. Airy, N.C. (perhaps the pet project of song-poet Jerry Thomas) - singing "Be Sure That You Mean It"

Download: Cara Stewart with Lee Hudson Orchestra - Be Sure That You Mean It

And, from the flipside, the equally enticing "My Darling":

Download: Cara Stewart with Lee Hudson Orchestra - My Darling

1 comment:

Graham said...

Looking at that advert, I'd say that the artist must have been thinking of the Lord Kitchener/Uncle Sam recruiting posters when he designed that one!