Classic Rock

Carson Robison Trio - My Carolina Sunshine Girl / Oh, That Dumb-Bell! (Shellac)

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  • Shagami
    says:
    Carson Robison Carson Jay Robison (born August 4, in Oswego, Labette County, Kansas; died March 24, in Pleasant Valley, New York) was an American old-time country and western musician. The son of a champion fiddler, Robison worked making music from a young age.
  • Dourn
    says:
    May 11,  · Vernon Dalhart & Carson Robison - Oh Dem Golden Slippers () - Duration: ASACurator 94, views. Top 5 Best Singer On Auditions America's Got Talent ALL TIME - .
  • Zulkijin
    says:
    This collection features audio collections reflecting music, art and culture. Collections include the unique contemporary compositions and performances found in the Other Minds collection, the hundreds of popular songs from the early 20th Century found in the 78 RPM collection and oral history.
  • Kajizil
    says:
    Originally Zonophone Record, the Zonophone brand (trademark) was first registered in the UK on 27th May , with the rights / ownership to the imprint later being acquired by The Gramophone Co. Ltd. in Great Britain. following its acquisition of International Zonophone Company GmbH In following the formation of Electric & Musical.
  • Mezibar
    says:
    Vernon Dalhart, You Can’t Blame Me For That / Vernon Dalhart & Carson Robison, That Good Old Country Town (His Master’s Voice-Victor , Canadian). G+; $ Item # [also listed under Country & Western] Frank Ferera’s Hawaiian Trio; Annette Hanshaw, vocal, Carolina Moon / Maui Chimes (Velvet Tone V, U.S.). VG; $
  • Dunos
    says:
    'Cornbread And Butter Beans' by Carolina Sunshine Trio is one of the on-air recordings made between 19at the Mount Airy, NC radio station offer a fascinating snapshot of the musical milieu of the time. From breakdowns like "Old Joe Clark" by the Gurney Thomas Band to the gospel harmony of "I'm Living Down Here on Borrowed read more.
  • Akigal
    says:
    Performer: Carson Robison Trio Writer: Bob Miller Vocal Duet, Novelty Acc. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Three stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.
  • Nirn
    says:
    On January 4, , the Victor Talking Machine Co. was sold to the Radio Corporation Of America. By May of the same year, Victor had been reorganized as the "Radio-Victor Corporation of America", a wholly owned subsidiary of RCA. Between and , Victor labels reflected a number of relatively minor changes in manufacturer credit.
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