1930S BIG BAND PLAYS LIGHT JAZZ A conductor directs a 1930s big band orchestra as they create a light jazz tune blending various horns and violins that are joined by a mariba to create an upbeat sound. The smiling mariba player's mallets dance across the keyboard in a display of skill and ease.
1933 HIT SONG "STORMY WEATHER" A 1930s band plays the popular song "Stormy Weather" while the male vocalist accompanies the band on the piano. The 1933 hit was first sung by Ethel Waters at The Cotton Club night club in Harlem.
1938 PRE-GAME SHOW & FOOTBALL A marching band opens a football game between unknown opponents in this 1938 gridiron thriller. The ball soars through the air and into a waiting team member's arms who carries it home outrunning the competition.
1940'S - 500 LBS OF COTTON So the cotton can be handled conveniently it is mechanically accumulated to make a five hundred pound pack. Iron bands secure it so that it can travel securely anywhere in the world.
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