John McGhee - The Sinking Of The Submarine S-4 / The Marian Parker Murder
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- Vocals, Guitar [Uncredited], Harmonica [Uncredited] – John McGhee
- Written-By – John McGhee
Credit roles of harmonica and guitar for John McGhee are termed "probable" by Russell .
Side A recorded 16 November 1927 in Chicago, IL.
Side B recorded ca. 31 December 1927 in Chicago, IL.
Side A matrix no. 13329-A.
Side B matrix no. 13333-A.
- Record Company – Gennett Records
John Hutchens is a pseudonym on Champion for John McGhee. Currently not on view. Object Name. Sound Recording. date made. recording artist. McGhee, John. place made. United States: Indiana, Richmond. Physical Description. shellac overall material. overall: 10 in x 25. 4 cm. Performer: George Holden Writer: McGhee. Old Time Vocal- Acc. By Guitar & Harmonica. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are 3. 8 mil truncated conical, 2. 3 mil truncated conical, 2. 8 mil truncated conical, 3. 3 mil truncated conical. The preferred versions suggested by an audio engineer at George Blood, L. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 389-A Catalog number: 389-A. Composed by John McGhee John McGhee:Vocals & prob. FATE, DEATH & THE FOX. The Horrific Murder of Marion Parker. On this date, February 4, 1928, one of the most heinous killers in Los Angeles history went to the gallows for the kidnapping and murder of a young girl named Marion Parker. What started as a tragic, but ordinary, kidnapping turned out to be a horrible murder by one of the periods most twisted killers. And it should come as no surprise that this horrific event left a haunting behind Marion Parker. To a parent, there is no greater, or more heart-shattering, crime than the kidnapping and death of a child. The Sinking Of The Submarine S-4, The Marian Parker Murder Shellac, 10. Frances Marion Parker October 11, 1915 December 17, 1927 was an American child who was abducted and murdered in Los Angeles, California. Her murder was deemed by the Los Angeles Times the most horrible crime of the 1920s, and at the time was considered the most horrific crime in California history. In the decades following the murder, Parker's death was the subject of various murder ballads. Following Thresher's sinking, Admiral Hyman Rickover created a Fast Recovery Startup procedure that allowed a nuclear reactor to be immediately restarted after a scram. Thresher still should been able to surface by blowing her ballast tanks, but excess moisture in her high-pressure air flasks had frozen in the cold water at depth, and that ice plugged the flasks. The Navy had a counter proposal: they would give Ballard the funds if he would first survey the wreck sites of the Thresher and the Scorpion and assess the radioactive threat. Written by John McGhee also the real name of John Hutchens, this ballad details the events surrounding the sinking of the USS S-4, which was accidentally r. The other side is The Marian Parker Murder. The submarine sped away, but there was no immediate alert from Russia to the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority about a possible nuclear incident in the Barents Sea, said Astrid Liland, head of the nuclear preparedness section. TASS, the official Russian news agency, reported the accident the following day without mentioning that the submarine was nuclear powered. When the Confederate submarine Hunley sank a Union, it didnt change the course of the Civil War, yet it altered naval warfare forever
Title: The Sinking Of The Submarine S-4 / The Marian Parker Murder
Released: Mar 1928
MP3 album: 1060 mb
FLAC album: 2813 mb
Source: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
№ Cat: 6362