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My name is Heather. I'd rather be called something more creative. I am eighteen, turning a sweet nineteenth in January. I'm an avid writer. I'm involved in theater. Nothing too fancy, just part of the baskstage crew and loving every minute of it. I love baking all sorts of sweet things, and all movies have the power to make me sob helplessly.

thegestianpoet:
PARTY AT GATSBY’S: HITS FROM THE EARLY 1920S

The Great Gatsby is set in the summer of 1922, a year when popular culture was defined by music. I took the liberty of collecting all the songs alluded to in the novel, as well a few hits from that era, into a little collection. Think of it as a soundtrack, of sorts. You might be surprised to find how relatively low-key some of the music is, as well as the notable absence of some Jazz Age hits- remember, 1922 and before only! (I’m a nerd and spent a few hours cross-referencing.) Hope you all like it!

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Tracklist:
Sheik of Araby- Harry B. Smith; Francis Wheeler; Ted Snyder
Hot Lips- Paul Whiteman
Ain’t We Got Fun- Gus Kahn; Raymond B. Egan; RichardWhiting
Love Nest- Otto Harbach; Louis A. Hirsch
Swanee- Al Jolson
Limehouse Blues- Douglas Furber; Philip Braham 
Whispering- Paul Whiteman
Avalon- Al Jolson
Three O’Clock in the Morning- Paul Whiteman 
Posted on Sunday, June 17th at 02:25PM with 3,902 notes
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