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The Commuters , Bartlesville Barflies, Beacon Four, New York Police Department Quartet, Kansas City Police Quartet - Barber Shop Ballads Scarica Album
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Interprete: The Commuters , Bartlesville Barflies, Beacon Four, New York Police Department Quartet, Kansas City Police Quartet
Titolo: Barber Shop Ballads
Anno 1948
Paese US
Etichetta Decca
Numero di Catalogo A-703
Genere: Country
Valutazione: 4.3
Voti: 654
Dimensione Mp3: 1111 mb
Dimensione Flac: 2672 mb
Dimensione Wma: 2431 mb
Registra da: Vinyl, 10", 78 RPM, Album

The Commuters , Bartlesville Barflies, Beacon Four, New York Police Department Quartet, Kansas City Police Quartet - Barber Shop Ballads Scarica Album

Tracklist

1Beacon FourMandy Lee
Written By – Thurland Chattaway
2New York Police Department QuartetWhen You Were Sweet Sixteen
Written By – James Thornton
3Bartlesville Barflies[2] Just A Dream Of You, Dear
Written By – F. Henri Klickmann and Milton Weil
4Beacon FourSomebody Stole My Gal
Written By – Leo Wood
5Bartlesville Barflies[1] Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie
Written By – Andrew B. Sterling and Harry Von Tilzer
6Bartlesville Barflies[2] By The Watermelon Vine Lindy Lou
Written By – Thomas S. Allen
7Bartlesville Barflies[1] Love Me And The World Is Mine
Written By – Ernest R. Ball and Dave Reed, Jr.
8The CommutersYou Tell Me Your Dream I'll Tell You Mine
Written By – Charles N. Daniels
9Bartlesville BarfliesBy The Light Of The Silvery Moon
Written By – Edward Madden and Gus Edwards
10The CommutersSweet Adeline
Written By – Henry Armstrong and Richard Gerard
11Beacon Four[1] Honey That I Love So Well [2] Sweetness
Written By – Harry Freeman
12Kansas City Police QuartetBringin' Home The Bacon
Written By – Frank Bannister, Lou Colwell, Gus Van & Joe Schenenck
13Bartlesville Barflies[3] When The Harbor Lights Are Burning
Written By – Alford Solman and Alfred Bryan

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Performer: The Commuters. Title: Barber Shop Ballads. Size FLAC ver: 1765 mb. Released: 1948. Bartlesville Barflies. When The Harbor Lights Are Burning. Written By Alford Solman and Alfred Bryan. Side 4A. Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie. Written By Andrew B. Sterling and Harry Von Tilzer. Side 4B. By The Watermelon Vine Lindy Lou. Written By Thomas S. Side 4C. By The Light Of The Silvery Moon. Written By Edward Madden and Gus Edwards. Side 5. Beacon Four. Honey That I Love So Well Sweetness. Written By Harry Freeman. Side 6A. Barber Shop Ballads. Album Tracks. About & Images. Similar Releases. Discover Releases. Tracks In This Album. Sweet Adeline - Henry Armstrong and Richard Gerard, The Commuters. You Tell Me Your Dream I'll Tell You Mine - Charles N. Daniels, The Commuters. Love Me And The World Is Mine - Ernest R. Ball and Dave Reed, Jr. By The Watermelon Vine Lindy Lou - Thomas S. Allen, Bartlesville Barflies. By The Light Of The Silvery Moon - Edward Madden and Gus Edwards, Bartlesville Barflies. Honey That I Love So Well - Harry Freeman, Beacon Four. Sweetness - Beacon Four. The St. Mary's Horseshoers, a quartet which won the Park Department's Barber Shop quartet last year, repeated their victory in the city finals held on the Mall in Central Park last night and the Police Department quartet, which was runner-up last year, placed again. View Full Article in Timesmachine . Continue reading the main story. Site Index. Go to Home Page . June 21, 1946. New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from June 21, 1946, Section A, Page 20Buy Reprints. View on timesmachine. TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. The Club Harmony Flat Foots, a foursome of Bronx policemen costumed as singing waiters, won last night the final competition in the twelfth annual American ballad contest for barber shop quartets sponsored by the Department of Parks. The finals were held on the Mall in Central Park. The Police is a self-titled compilation album released by The Police on 5 June 2007, to accompany their reunion tour. It contains 28 tracks over two discs, a mixture of hit singles and fan favourites. All the singles are included, with the exception of Secret Journey and 'Don't Stand So Close to Me '86 however, the original version of the song is included. A barbershop quartet is a group of four singers who sing music in the barbershop style, characterized by four-part harmony without instrumental accompaniment, or a cappella. The four voices are the lead, the vocal part which typically carries the melody a bass, the part which provides the bass line to the melody a tenor, the part which harmonizes above the lead and a baritone, the part that frequently completes the chord. The baritone sings either above or below the lead singer as the harmony. Related videos. The Bartlesville Police Department escorted 30 plus families into Wal-Mart Friday night for their annual Shop with a Cop. Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise. This session from 1980 helps to recreate the atmosphere of '30s Kansas City. Featured are the great blues singer Joe Turner and the strong singer and altoist Eddie Cleanhead Vinson, along with the Count Basie Orchestra. Just a Dream, Everyday I Have the Blues, Cherry Red and Stormy Monday receive very spirited renditions, as do some newer blues. Since all of the principals are no longer with us, Norman Granz deserves special thanks for organizing this special session. Track Listing. Welcome to the official Kansas City. Not Now