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Re: Dangers of Dixieland
I remember seeing an interview with a musician who was
in Nazi occupied Holland. His description of the rules
was very similar. In particular, I recall him saying
that "swaying" was strictly forbidden.
If there is any justice, Hitler, Stalin, & "Il Duce"
are in hell listening to rap music at this very
moment. Mao is serving drinks.
--- "K. Douglas Baldwin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Two concerns:
> 1) The authenticity of any story in the Weekly
> World News, which
> regularly reports on sightings of Jesus' face in
> cyclones, births of
> thirty-pound babies to ninety-pound mommies, folks
> who cure their headaches
> with a 14p nail to the skull, etc.
> 2) The authenticity of the Nazi dance band
> rules. Probably authentic,
> but what's the source? It would be easy to make such
> things up, particularly
> if you've done a few too many wedding gigs under the
> fist of a repressive
> band leader.
> > addendum to this . . .
> >> > > MAN SLIDES HIS TROMBONE & KILLS MUSICIAN IN
> FRONT OF HIM! By Randy
> >> > > Jeffries/Weekly World News (January 23, 1996)
> > this reminded me of something else i received not
> so long ago.
> >DANCE BAND RULES AND REGULATIONS DURING THE 3RD
> >An actual set of rules from Germany, unfortunately
> this is not a joke!
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