For Your Listening Delight

October 20th, 2009 | admin | No Comments | Categories: Blog

  • Lee Tully was a Chicago born performer who found fame in the Catskills, the Jewish Alps in the late 1940s. As he writes so evocatively in his liner notes “It was in this scene of minks, wolves, canasta, chopped liver, borscht, and sour cream that he discovered heartburn which led him to write his first record hit “Essen” which became the number one Yiddish seller in the country.” This album is swinging and has hardly been off our turntable this past couple of days. The music sounds as swinging as the Dali-esque cover. If you have any Lee Tully memories, please be in touch.

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