Boogie Woogie

18 May 2012


There is very little chance that the Blitz was actually like this but certainly the inhabitants of London in the early 1940s certainly sought temporary escape from the everyday threat of being bombed out of house and home by Mr Hitler and his allies.   

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy was a major hit for The Andrews Sisters and an iconic World War II tune - and this is a wonderful reinterpretation of the song.

So we are willing to forgive the marvelous Puppini Sisters (who willbe playing Paris in June) their slightly rosier that reality recollection of this period of British history!  This is certainly a beautifully executed piece of escapism, created by the folks at Sherbet. Press play and start tapping your feet!


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