Imperial Dance Orchestra / The Home Towners - The Stein Song / What A Funny World This Would Be
|1||–Imperial Dance Orchestra||The Stein Song (University Of Maine)|
|2||–The Home Towners||What A Funny World This Would Be|
|1250||Imperial Dance Orchestra||The Stein Song / What A Funny World This Would Be (Shellac, 10")||Romeo||1250||US||Unknown|
|1885||Imperial Dance Orchestra / The Home Towners||Imperial Dance Orchestra / The Home Towners - The Stein Song / What A Funny World This Would Be (Shellac, 10")||Oriole||1885||US||1930|
- Vocals [Uncredited] – Arthur Fields (tracks: B), Irving Kaufman (tracks: A)
Side A: Imperial Dance Orchestra is a pseudonym for Adrian Schubert's Salon Orchestra on this release. Recorded March 4, 1930.
Side B: The Home Towners is a pseudonym for Fred Hall And His Orchestra on this release. Recorded February 13, 1930.
Genre: Pop Album: The Stein Song, What A Funny World This Would Be Country: US Released: 1930 Style: Vocal MP3 version RAR size: 1210 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1172 mb WMA version RAR size: 1183 mb Rating: 4. 8 Votes: 165 Other Formats: AA MMF AIFF WMA AUD TTA XM. A Imperial Dance Orchestra The Stein Song. B The Home Towners. What A Funny World This Would Be. Vocals Arthur Fields tracks: B, Irving Kaufman tracks: A. Side A: Imperial Dance Orchestra is a pseudonym for Adrian Schubert's Salon Orchestra on this release. Recorded March 4, 1930. Irwin Abrams and His Orchestra : I feel at Home with you . What a Funny World This Would Be - Arthur Fields. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Performer: Imperial Dance OrchestraWriter: Colcord FenstadInstrumental with Chorus University of at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii. The recording on the other side of this disc: What a Funny World This Would Be. Technical Notes: Disc worn Popping throughout. IA1566904. Album 2012 1 Song. International Novelty Orchestra, Glen Oswald's Serenaders - Show Me The Way To Go Home. 5 в продаже от 4,37 . E surfaces, V lbls. The Maine Stein Song is the school song of the University of Maine. Its lyrics were written by UMaine student Lincoln Colcord in 1902 and its tune was based on Opie, a march written by E. It was popularized in 1930 by Rudy Vallée and became the only college song to become a number one hit. In 1902, Adelbert W. Sprague, a sophomore at the University of Maine, discovered Opie, a march written by United States Army bandmaster E. Fenstad, while he was playing in an orchestra in Bar Harbor. Imperial Dance OrchestraThe Hometowners. primary author. all . Album of the day. The New York group Ghost Funk Orchestra are aptly named. The songs on their latest full-length fulfill both major aspects of their moniker: the songs are wreathed in misty reverb, making them feel distant, mysterious and, well, ghostly. Theyve got the other major component, funk, in spades as well. What A Song for Paul resembles more than anything else is an old private press library record-and true crate-diggers will recognize that as the compliment it is meant to be. Those albums are filled out with songs in a wide array of styles, and are designed to suit the musical needs of a wide array of films. Arthur Fields What A Funny World This Would Be 1930. Размер: MB, Длительность: 3 мин и 1 сек, Битрейт: 192 Kbps. Fred Hall Arthur Fields What A Funny World This Would Be 1930 - Поиск музыки онлайн на
Title: The Stein Song / What A Funny World This Would Be
MP3 album: 2892 mb
FLAC album: 1567 mb
Source: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
№ Cat: 0626