Marlow Hardy And His Alabamians - Georgia Pines / Song Of The Bayou download mp3 album
Marlow Hardy & his Alabamians - Georgia Pines Go Harlem - New York Columbia Recordings, Vol. 2, 2000 02:51. Artist: Marlow Hardy & his Alabamians.
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Georgia Pines - Marlow Hardy and His Alabamians - 1929 - HQ Sound. 1929, Georgia Pines, Marlow Hardy Alabamians, Hi Def, 78RPM. Sounds Like "Paper Moon" - A Soundtrack -OR- The Sounds of The Great Depression. The First Alabamians.
Marlow Hardy And His Alabamians. Banjo – Leslie Corley Brass Bass – Charlie Turner Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Artie Starks, Marlow HardyClarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Warner SealsDrums – Jimmy McHendricksPiano – Ralph Anderson (5)Trombone – Henry "Hi" Clark Trumpet – Eddie Mallory, Elisha HerbertVocals – Alabama Magpie Trio. 10. –Marlow Hardy And His Alabamians. A Porter's Love Song (To A Chambermaid). Piano – James P. Johnson Trumpet – Ward PinkettTrumpet, Trombone, Clarinet, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Guitar, Double Bass, Drums – Unknown ArtistVocals – Andy Razaf. 15. –Jimmy Johnson And His Orchestra. Just A Crazy Song (Hi, Hi, Hi).
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Jambalaya (On the Bayou)" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer Hank Williams that was first released in July 1952. Named for a Creole and Cajun dish, jambalaya, it spawned numerous cover versions and has since achieved popularity in several different music genres.
In the Pines", also known as "Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" and "My Girl", is a traditional American folk song originating from two songs, "In the Pines" and "The Longest Train", both of whose authorship is unknown and date back to at least the 1870s. The songs originated in the Southern Appalachian area of the United States in the contiguous areas of Eastern Tennessee and Kentucky, Western North Carolina and Northern Georgia.
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|A||Georgia Pines (Pinos De Georgia)
Written-By – Trent*, De Rose*
|B||Song Of The Bayou (Canción Del Bayou)
Written-By – Bloom*
- Record Company – Columbia Phonograph Company, Inc.
- Vocals – Alabama Magpie Trio