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Lawrence Duchow And The Red Raven Orchestra - Lawrence Duchow And The Red Raven Orchestra download mp3 album
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Lawrence Duchow And The Red Raven Orchestra
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Lawrence Duchow And The Red Raven Orchestra
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Red Raven Polkas (Comp, Album). Lawrence Duchow And His Red Raven Orchestra. Henri René And His Musette Orchestra, Lawrence Duchow And His Red Raven Orchestra - Helen ‎(7", Gre).

Lawrence Duchow (Potter, Wisconsin, May 9, 1914 – December 16, 1972) was an American bandleader recorded on the RCA Victor label from 1932 to 1954. He was a member of the International Polka Association and Polka Hall of Fame. With his Red Raven Orchestra, named after the Red Raven Polka, he competed in polka contests against the bands of Frankie Yankovic, Whoopee John Wilfahrt, Romy Gosz, Louis Bashell, and Harold Loeffelmacher.

have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 20-3305 B 1S Catalog number: 20-3305-B. The recording on the other side of this disc: Pilgrim Polka. Technical Notes: Disc worn. 78 zephyr-waltz tra-lawrence-duchow gbia0031682b 02 2. 78 zephyr-waltz tra-lawrence-duchow gbia0031682b 03 2.

Lawrence Duchow served in the Army until a medical discharge sent him back to the band and his public. After the dissolution of his orchestra in 1953, the traveling music library was sold to Don Peachy of Burnette, Wisconsin. Jay Wells of Appleton and Andy Anderson received the rights of the Red Raven Orchestra name and the rest of the library in 1960. Duchow settled in California, where he developed a store coupon brokerage firm called the Lawrence Duchow Markets. He also was a booking agent for West Coast orchestras. During the peak of his career, Lawrence Duchow was considered second only to Lawrence Welk in the area of dance music. Lawrence Duchow was posthumously inducted into the IPA Polka Music Hall of Fame in 1983; this year marks the 35th anniversary of his induction.

Blue Skirt Waltz by Lawrence Duchow and His Red Raven Orchestra was written by Mitchell Parish and Václav Bláha and was first released by Frankie Yankovic and His Yanks with The Marlin Sisters in 1949. Lawrence Duchow and His Red Raven Orchestra released it on the single Blue Skirt Waltz in 1949. It was covered by Dick Contino, Will Glahé and His Orchestra, The Browns featuring Jim Ed Brown, Hank Thompson and The Brazos Valley Boys and other artists.

Release group information. Artist: Lawrence Duchow and his Red Raven Orchestra.

Red Raven is a polka standard. It has been recorded by Jimmy Sturr, also Whoopee John Wilfahrt and many other artists. Musical arrangements include "Red Raven" by Carl E. Olson, "Red Raven Rag" by Charley Straight, and "Red Raven Polka" by Frankie Yankovic. The polka's name was taken by International Polka Association bandleader and Polka Hall of Famer Lawrence Duchow for his Red Raven Orchestra, which also recorded a "Red Raven Waltz".

Tracklist

1 Red Raven Polka
2 Heartless Waltz
3 Hopeless Polka
4 Old Time Waltz Medley
5 Auf Wiedersehn Schottische
6 Graceful Polka
7 Zelena Polka
8 Red Raven Waltz
9 Old Comrades Polka
10 Maybe Lonesome Waltz
11 Clarinet Joy Laendler
12 Merry Month Of May Polka
13 Adrian Polka
14 Innocence Waltz
15 Jager March Waltz
16 Hortensie Polka
17 Lonesome Musicians Polka
18 Faded Rose Polka