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Band Of Gold - Bobby Byrne And His Orchestra featuring Dottie Evans, Artie Malvin , and Loren Becker

   05.02.2020  8 Comments

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  1. Betty Glenn With Bobby Byrne And His Orch. Artie Malvin With Bobby Byrne And His Orch. Loren Becker With Enoch Light And His Orch. Dolph Dixon With Prom Orch. The Brigadiers, Feat: Artie Malvin With Enoch Light And His Orch. Enoch Light And His Orch. Larsen Sisters With Enoch Light And His Orch.
  2. Jan 17,  · Performer: Bobby Byrne And His Orchestra; Kay Little Writer: Irene Higginbotham Fox Trot; Vocal Chorus. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, .
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  4. THE BLUE MOON BOYS The Story Of Elvis Presley's Band by Ken Burke & Dan Griffin BOOK $ Hardbound, pages, counts as five CDs for shipping There are hundreds of books about Elvis but this one is a little different as it is devoted to legendary group that accompanied him in his early days - Scotty Moore, Bill Black and D.J. Fontana.
  5. Dec 05,  · Here is a terrific offering from Bobby Byrne's orchestra. Byrne was a perhaps one of the best trombonists of the Swing Era. Vocal By Dorothy Claire. Enjoy!
  6. The Waldorf Music Hall label was started in Harrison, New Jersey, (November ) by Enoch Light, Of Enoch Light and The Light Brigade fame. While Light served as General Manager, his business partners Casper Pinsker and Dick Davemos were also involved.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bobby Brookmeyer and His Orchestra The big band has a ball with the leader's upbeat "Oh, Jane Snavely" and one of his best known works, the snappy "Open Country" (which turned up on more than a few of Gerry Mulligan's albums), as well as a quick take of the standard "Just 8/
  8. A popular form of midth century entertainment featuring white performers performing in black face makeup. The classic minstrel show was organized around a series of more or less independent sketches and songs, featuring characters such as Mr. Interlocutor, a lead performer who sang and provided patter between acts, and Bones and Tambo, who sat at either end of the line of performers.

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