|The Boswell Sisters: Helvetia ("Vet"), Martha, and Connie.|
"Damn, wish I was born 80 years earlier... incredible stuff and real musicians who can actually sing and aren't just eye candy."
"This is just insanely good. I'm staggered by the technicality and ease with which they pull it off every time I watch it."
"i love this song sooooooo much and this is coming from a teenager, they sure could rock it out for it being 1930 somethin'. But that connee sure could belt on out"
"usually i listen 2 hip hop but dats sum good music."
"Christ in Heaven this is the greatest two minutes of my life. This humbles all of rock n roll, it is so daamn funky. Jesus Joseph this could beat The Devil in a song contest."
"I've watched this video every day for the past 5 days and i still can't get enough of it. Perfect in every sense of the word."
"Really enjoy there style and I just found out about them. So many years I didn't even know they existed! Wow!"
"Whaaat?! The ending was awesome! oh and they're gorgeous too"
"So amazing, I want to scream! They sing together like one instrument - brings tears to my eyes!"
"Why? Dear GOD, Why? Can`t People Sing Like This Today? So Many Times Singers Today Use Unnessary Voice Tricks, And Have No Soul. These Girls Had IT All."
"wowza - can't get this brilliant tune outa my head! thanks so much for sharing it - i'd never ever heard it before..."
"Damn! They are SO GREAT!!! SO tight, SSSOOO in tune, GREAT arrangement!"
Here's the only comment I felt compelled to edit. One YT viewer of Crazy People looked at the total number of "likes" (many) and "dislikes" (one) and said:
"1 dislike!!?? what m************* piece of s*** disliked this song!!!!!!"
Finally, this plaintive request:
"i want theyr autograph."
You want? You got.
To get you started, here's Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia. I love the introduction led by Larry Binyon's flute. (Is this the first recorded jazz flute solo? Inquiring minds want to know.)
River, Stay 'Way From My Door, with Tommy Dorsey's trombone deliciously quoting Swanee River as a counter-melody.
Finally, the Boswells' theme song, Shout, Sister, Shout.