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The Delta Rhythm Boys With Charles Norman Orchestra - Baseball Boogie / The Blues Ain't News To Me album download

Performer:

The Delta Rhythm Boys

Title:

Baseball Boogie / The Blues Ain't News To Me

Genre:

Jazz / Pop

MP3 album size:

1232 mb

Other music formats:

AIFF AHX MIDI ADX MPC VOC MP3

Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Vocal, Swing

Country:

Norway

The Delta Rhythm Boys With Charles Norman Orchestra - Baseball Boogie / The Blues Ain't News To Me album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Baseball Boogie
Written-By – Lee Kuhn
B The Blues Ain't News To Me
Written-By – Jules Fox, Sam Friedman

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A label): mr 354
  • Matrix / Runout (A runout 1): MR-354-A
  • Matrix / Runout (A runout 2): RTJ-4710-MA
  • Matrix / Runout (B label): mr 355
  • Matrix / Runout (B runout 1): MR-355-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B runout 2): RTJ-4711-MA
  • Rights Society: NCB

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
B 612 The Delta Rhythm Boys With Charles Norman Orchestra* The Delta Rhythm Boys With Charles Norman Orchestra* - Baseball Boogie / The Blues Ain't News To Me ‎(Shellac, 10") Metronome B 612 Norway 1952

The Delta Rhythm Boys were an American vocal group active for over 50 years from 1934 to 1987. The group was first formed at Langston University in Langston, Oklahoma, in 1934 by Elmaurice Miller, Traverse Crawford, Essie Joseph Adkins, and Otho Lee Gaines. In 1936, they moved to Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana, where they worked under Frederick Hall and took the name Frederick Hall Quartet. Clinton Holland (soon replaced by Carl Jones) and Kelsey Pharr replaced Miller and Adkins.

Baseball Boogie Written-By – Lee. Kuhn. B. The Blues Ain't News To Me Written-By – Jules Fox, Sam Friedman. The Delta Rhythm Boys With The Delta Rhythm Charles Norman Orchestra -Boys With Charles Baseball Boogie, The Blues Norman Orchestra Ain't News To Me (Shellac, 10"). Label Category Country Year Metronome B 612 Norway 1952.

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The Rhythm Boys were a male singing trio consisting of Bing Crosby, Harry Barris and Al Rinker. Crosby and Rinker began performing together in 1925 and were recruited by Paul Whiteman in late 1926. riter Barris joined the team in 1927. They made a number of recordings with the Whiteman Orchestra and released singles in their own right with Barris on piano.

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The origins of the Delta Rhythm Boys trace back to 1934 when vocalists Carl Jones, Traverse Crawford, Kelsey Pharr, and Otha Lee Gaines and pianist/arranger Rene DeKnight were students at Langston University in Langston, OK. Transferring to Dillard University, in New Orleans, in 1936, they worked with Dr. Frederick Hall as the New Orleans Quintet and the Frederick Hall Quintet. Attracting a large following in Europe and Scandinavia in the early '50s, the Delta Rhythm Boys moved to Europe permanently in 1956. They continued to perform together until the death of Gaines on July 15, 1987

Learn more about The Delta Rhythm Boys. The Delta Rhythm Boys". The Delta Rhythm Boys. If You See The Tears In My Eyes. The Delta Rhythm Boys covered it in January of '50. Their manager was Paul Kapp; his brother Dave, Decca's vice-president of A&R, had signed The Beavers to Coral, so that may have had something to do with how the song found its way to the Deltas. Although they kept on recording for American labels for much of the 1950s - Decca, Mercury, RCA Victor - The Delta Rhythm Boys found European audiences more receptive (they also made records for European consumption), and they relocated there. Weitere Artikel von The Delta Rhythm Boys.

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