Putting On the Tailfins, focuses on the 1950s and 1960s, when the Great American Songbook was in competition with new forms like rock and roll, and rhythm and blues. Viewers learn how iconic singers like Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole and Rosemary Clooney kept the Songbook alive by reinventing pop standards of the 1930s and 1940s.
Learn how technology has preserved - and altered - the way we think about the great songs and singers of the past. 2/3/2012
Explore the marriage of music and choreography with Feinstein and Liza Minnelli. 4/5/2013
A New Step Every Day, explores the fast and furious 1920s and 1930s, when jazz was hot, credit was loose, and illegal booze flowed freely in underground speakeasies. Feinstein illustrates the impact of talking pictures, the dawn of radio, and the fledgling recording industry. Additionally, it introduces us to collectors and musicians who keep the spirit of the Jazz Age alive today.
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