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It Don't Mean A Thing If It Don't Got That Swing Coffee Cup! Creation of TC Swingin' Hepcats!
It Don't Mean a Thing...
If It Ain't Got That Swing!

Tell everyone what it's all about while you have coffee
in the most hep coffee cup around. 11 oz.

It Don't Mean a Thing
Coffee Cup

Price: $15.95


Celebrate Frankie Manning's 85th birthday with this commemorative poster!
(17 X 30) Looks great in a black frame.

Frankie Manning Birthday Poster
Price: $25.00


Don't Mean a Thing, if it Ain't Got That Swing! License Plate Frame
It Don't Mean a Thing...
If It Ain't Got That Swing!

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It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing! Bumper Sticker. Creation of TC Swingin' Hepcats!
It Don't Mean a Thing
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Are you hep to the jive? removable sticker.
Free with order. Extras $1.75 each.
Hep to the Jive Sticker
Price: $0 with order

Hep to the Jive Sticker
Price: $1.75 for extras


Are you all reet? removable sticker.
Free with order. Extras $1.75 each.

Are You All Reet Sticker
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Are You All Reet Sticker
Price: $1.75


Watch the racy, campy cartoons of the 1930s! Has one dance scene.

Betty Boop DVD
Price: $12


FRANKIE MANNING POSTCARDS
These wonderful black and white postcards of Frankie Manning, Chazz Young, Steven Mitchell, Ryan Francois and others make wonderful gifts or souvenirs. Each postcard has printed on the back where the photo was taken, who is in the photo, and at what event the picture is of. The pictures are from places in the U.S., as well as Herrang Dance Camp in Sweden and Budapest. All taken since 1991. Click here to view all twelve postcards.

Swing Dance Postcards
Price: $9.00


Tap! Great Historical Book on this fabulous dance!
Tap! : The Greatest Tap Dance Stars and Their Stories, 1900-1955 by Rusty Frank with forward by Gregory Hines. Learn about the great tap dance stars from 1900 to 1955. This covers the heyday of tap dance, and includes the memories of thirty fine dancers from Peg Leg Bates to the Nicholas Brothers to Shirley Temple to Bunny Briggs to Ann Miller to Cholly Atkins. This book is filled with pictures and stories about the great tap dancers lives. Pbk, De Capo Press, revised edition, April 1995, 336 pages.

Tap!
Price: $23.95


Swingin the Dream: Big Band Jazz and Swingin' The Dream: Big Band Jazz and the Rebirth of American Culturethe Rebirth of American Culture by Lewis A. Erenberg. This is an exciting history of the emergence of jazz and the big band sound in the 1930s and 1940s. Pbk, University of Chicago Press, 320 pages, September 1999. From the publisher: "During the 1930s, swing bands combined jazz and popular music to create large scale dreams for a depression generation, capturing the imaginations of Americas young people, music critics, and the music business. Swingin the Dream explores that world, taking a look into the racial mixing-up and musical swinging-out that shook the nation in the 1930s and 1940s. This is a fascinating book that will give you much insight to the music we still love today..."

Swingin' the Dream Book
Price: $17.95


Jazz Dance! American History Book!Jazz Dance: The Story of American Vernacular Dance by Marshall and Jean Stearns. Updated in 1994 with a new foreword and afterword by Brenda Bufalino. Originally published in 1968, this is an exciting history of jazz and swing dance, with an exciting chapter on the Jitterbug and life at the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem. You will love this book. Includes many black and white pictures, an index, as well as diagrams of all the various dance steps. Pbk, 472 pages, De Capo Press, 1994.

Jazz Dance Book
Price: $19.95


The Wonderful Era of the Great Dance Bands by Leo Walker, author of The Big Band Almanac. With over 400 pictures, this book will make a beautiful addition to your collection. From Da Capo Press: Organized, lucid and definitive, The Wonderful Era of the Great Dance Bands presents a complete coverage of the spectacular reign of the dance bands during Prohibition, wartime, and the postwar boom. Leo Walkers knowledge, gleaned from firsthand association with the music business and its prominent people, is matched only by his unbounded enthusiasm for the music he writes about. Here he recounts more than three decades of entertainment, tracing the growth of the bands from the early small combos to the days when many boasted thirty men including large string sections and seven or eight vocalists. The over 400 pictures include the first organized dance orchestras, the big bands of the twenties in which the popular leaders of the swing era got their start, and all of Americas favorite band leaders. This authoritative chronicle of one of the nations most colorful eras is sure to evoke fond memories in those old enough to remember it, and instill yearnings for halcyon days in younger readers as well. Pbk, 316 pages, Published by Da Capo Press, April 1990.

Wonderful Era Book
Price: $22.50


Celebrating the Duke! Great Book.Celebrating the Duke and Louis, Bessie, Billie, Bird, Carmen, Miles, Dizzy & Other Heroes by Ralph J. Gleason. Gleason was the founding editor of Rolling Stone, author of The Jefferson Airplane and the San Francisco Sound. Celebrating the Duke offers readers a perceptive, panoramic survey of jazz as revealed, in illuminating detail, through the lives and music of its heroes and heroines, including Bessie Smith, Louis Armstrong, Jimmie Lunceford, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Albert Ayler, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, and a rich cache of writings on Americas greatest composer, the Duke himself. Pbk, 304 pages, Da Capo Press, September 1995.

Celebrating the Duke Book
Price: $15.95


Norma Millers Memoir: Swingin at the Savoy: The Memoir of a Jazz Dancer. This is a fabulous account of her life, of her time as a Whiteys Lindy Hopper, of an experienced jazz dancer and of a wonderfully competent person. From the cover: Former Savoy Ballroom dancer Norma Miller shares fascinating anecdotes about her youthful encounters with many of the greatest jazz legends in music history, including Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday, Artie Shaw, Duke Ellington, Ethel Waters, and even boxer Joe Louis. Readers will experience the legend of the celebrated Harlem ballroom and the phenomenal Swing generation that changed music and dance history forever. Joe Williams writes: I played the Savoy with Mr. Basie - I was with him from 1955 to 1961 - we played dances all over the country. When the band would see real fine dancers, the musicians would try to become a part of what they were doing. Really the dancers inspired the musicians and vice versa... Norma Miller was the mean, lean instigator. She was the hottest dancer as a kid... she was the most exciting thing you ever saw and thats the truth. Included in the book are many photographs of Norma Miller, various bands, the Whiteys Lindy Hoppers, and more. Published by Temple University Press, 1996, Pbk, 1996.

Norma Miller's Memoir, Book
Price: $19.95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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