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Bud Billings - Carson Robison - His Old Cornet / Why Ain't I Got No Sweetheart? download mp3 album

Bud Billings  - Carson Robison - His Old Cornet / Why Ain't I Got No Sweetheart? download mp3 album
Performer:
Bud Billings
Album:
His Old Cornet / Why Ain't I Got No Sweetheart?
Released:
1930
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Written-By – Carson Robison. B. Why Ain't I Got No Sweetheart? Written-By – Carson Robison. Companies, etc. Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Division - Radio-Victor Corporation Of America.

BUD BILLINGS & CARSON ROBISON "Down On The Old Plantation" (E++) ZONOPHONE. CARSON ROBISON "The Old Gray Mare Is Back" 1942 BLUEBIRD 30-0808.

Текст песни: This little song that I’m singin' about, People you know it’s true If you’re black and gotta work for a living, This is what they will say to yo. .

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no faith Ain't got no earth, Ain't got no water Ain't got no ticket, Ain't got no token Ain't got no love.

Ain't Got No/I Got Life" is a 1968 single by American singer-songwriter Nina Simone, from her album 'Nuff Said. It is a medley of two songs, "Ain't Got No" and "I Got Life", from the musical Hair, with lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni and music by Galt MacDermot. The song peaked at number 2 in the UK and at number 1 in the Netherlands.

I ain't got no money" literally means "I am not got no money," which makes no sense at all, but is nonetheless understood to mean "I have no money

Bud billings carson robison by the old oak tree 1930. Carson Jay Robison was born in Oswego, Kansas.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A His Old Cornet
Written-By – Carson Robison
B Why Ain't I Got No Sweetheart?
Written-By – Carson Robison

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Division - Radio-Victor Corporation Of America
  • Pressed By – Victor Pressing Plant, Oakland

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Unknown Artist
  • Banjo [Tenor Banjo] [Uncredited] – Unknown Artist
  • Banjo [Uncredited] – Unknown Artist
  • Drums [Uncredited] – Unknown Artist (tracks: A)
  • Harmonica [Uncredited] – Carson Robison (tracks: B)
  • Jew's Harp [Uncredited] – Frank Luther (tracks: B)
  • Trumpet [Uncredited] – Earl Oliver
  • Vocals [Uncredited] – Frank Luther
  • Vocals [Uncredited], Guitar [Uncredited] – Carson Robison

Notes

Both sides recorded 23 December 1929 in New York, NY.

Credits, matrices and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): D V40208A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): D V40208B