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Arnold Frank And His Rogers' Cafe Orchestra / Gus Arnheim And His Ambassador Hotel Orchestra - Rain / Back In Your Own Back Yard FLAC

Arnold Frank And His Rogers' Cafe Orchestra / Gus Arnheim And His Ambassador Hotel Orchestra - Rain / Back In Your Own Back Yard FLAC
  • Performer Arnold Frank And His Rogers' Cafe Orchestra / Gus Arnheim And His Ambassador Hotel Orchestra
  • Title Rain / Back In Your Own Back Yard
  • Date of release 1928
  • Country Australia
  • Label Parlophone
  • Catalog number A 2519
  • Other formats Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
  • Genre Jazz / Pop
  • Size MP3 1151 mb
  • Size FLAC 1656 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 568

Tracklist

1Gus Arnheim And His Ambassador Hotel OrchestraBack In Your Own Back Yard
2Arnold Frank And His Rogers' Cafe OrchestraRain
Vocals [Refrain] – Stan Thompson Written-By – Ford

Credits

  • Vocals [Uncredited]Russ Columbo (tracks: B), Stan Thompson (tracks: A)

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): Ⓦ 81324B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): Ⓦ 400584B

Companies

  • Record Company – Parlophone Co. Ltd.

Album

Back In Your Own Backyard feat Russ Columbo - Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 2007 г. Arnold Frank & His Roger's Cafe Orchestra - Rain Eugene Ford, Okeh 1927. Arnold Frank and His Rogers Cafe Orchestra. Jazz Age Chronicles Vol. 14: The Frank and His Rogers Cafe Orchestra: Black Maria, Rain. Size MP3 album: 1553 mb Size FLAC album: 1200 mb Size WMA album: 1273 mb. Arnold Frank And His Rogers' Cafe Orchestra. Vocals Stan Thompson Written-By Ford. Gus Arnheim And His Ambassador Hotel Orchestra. Back In Your Own Back Yard. Vocals Russ Columbo tracks: B, Stan Thompson tracks: A. Arnold Frank And His Rogers' Cafe Orchestra , Gus Arnheim And His Ambassador Hotel Orchestra - Rain, Back In Your Own Back Yard Shellac, 10. Sleepy Valley, Waltz- Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra 1929 3:46. Bing Crosby with Gus Arnheim - I Surrender, Dear 1931 MONO 4:01. Bing Crosby, The Rhythm Boys, and Gus Arnheim - Them There Eyes 1930 MONO 4:06. 1930 Gus Arnheim - Dancing To Save Your Sole vocal trio 2:41. This is heaven, Fox Trot - Gus Arnheim And His Orchestra 1929 3:24. Gus Arnheim and His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra La Rosita 3:29. 마스터 릴리스 -. 릴리스 메모:선택사항. Uplevel BACK. Rain download. Black Maria download. download 11 Files download 5 Original. Show all. In collections. 78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings. Music, Arts & Culture. Uploaded by Victrola Dude on November 29, 2012. With Gus Arnheim, Ambassador Hotel Orchestra, Russ Columbo. Sitting at the piano, Gus Arnheim leads his Ambassador Hotel Orchestra - totaling twelve band members - in two musical numbers. The music is up-tempo typical of the roaring twenties. The music is generally instrumental, however the second of the two numbers includes a singing trio, those members who take a break from the instrument playing. Artist: Arnold Frank and His Rogers Cafe Orchestra. Album: The Song Hits of 1927 Jazz Age Chronicles, Vol. Unfortunately, I could find almost nothing on line about the band. It appears here and there, in CD Jazz Age anthologies - and not much more but it. Arnold Frank was a pianist, as it seems. Now playing . Back in Your Own Back Yard written by Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose, Al Jolson English. Release date. Back in Your Own Back Yard. Ruth Etting. March 1928. First recording on January 3, 1928. Back in Your Own Backyard. Jan Garber & His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Vincent Van Tuyl. Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Scrappy Lambert. Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra - Vocal Chorus George Beaver. George Roberts - Frank DeVol and His Orchestra. 1968 Eddie Fisher - for his album You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet. 2004 Madeleine Peyroux - for the album Got You on My Mind. Film appearances. 1929 Say It with Songs - sung by Al Jolson. 1939 That's Right-You're Wrong - played by the Kay Kyser Band at the radio program. 1943 Silver Spurs - sung by Roy Rogers. 1949 Jolson Sings Again - performed by Larry Parks dubbed by Al Jolson. Happy Days and Lonely Nights. Sonny Boy. Love Me or Leave Me