disneyland-data:

“I like symphonic music. A good concert, if you’re kind of relaxed, if can do something to you. It’s sort of an emotional break you get by listening to the music.” -Walt Disney

disneyland-data:

“I like symphonic music. A good concert, if you’re kind of relaxed, if can do something to you. It’s sort of an emotional break you get by listening to the music.” -Walt Disney

Anna Mae Bilson doesn’t care for Harold’s singing in "Now Or Never" (1921)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse and some naughty kitties in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1933)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd is a pianist extrodinaire in “Two-Gun Gussie” (1918)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse in “The Wayward Canary” (1932)

'Midnight' by The Rolling Headstones - "The Groovie Goolies" (1971)

The Groovie Goolies - 1971

silentintertitles:

From Lonesome (1928)

silentintertitles:

From Lonesome (1928)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse in “The Wayward Canary” (1932)

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

The music Harold hears in his heart…………..For Heaven’s Sake (1926)


Minnie Mouse in “The Wayward Canary” (1932)

Minnie Mouse in “The Wayward Canary” (1932)

Mickey Mouse grooves to tunes in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1931)

Mickey Mouse grooves to tunes in “The Barnyard Broadcast” (1931)

wehadfacesthen:

Billie Holiday at the Downbeat Club in New York City, 1947, photo by William Gottlieb

wehadfacesthen:

Billie Holiday at the Downbeat Club in New York City, 1947, photo by William Gottlieb

flash-gordo:


I don’t care what she’s selling, I’m buying.
1919: Demonstrating the Magnavox PA system -Fritzi Scheff (1879-1954) Vienna-born American vocalist, demonstrating the Magnavox 
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flash-gordo:

I don’t care what she’s selling, I’m buying.

1919: Demonstrating the Magnavox PA system -Fritzi Scheff (1879-1954) Vienna-born American vocalist, demonstrating the Magnavox 

Source

updownsmilefrown:

Cab Calloway and his orchestra with the Cotton Club Chorus at the Cotton Club, 1936.

updownsmilefrown:

Cab Calloway and his orchestra with the Cotton Club Chorus at the Cotton Club, 1936.