Jockers Brothers - There's A Service Flag Flying At Our House / I'll Think Of You download mp3 album
There's A Service Flag Flying At Our House. A1a. There's A Service Flag Flying At Our House.
The Sterling Trio led by Henry Burr sings "There's A Service Flag Flying At Our House" on Columbia A2493, recorded on January 10, 1918. Music is by Al W. Brown. Lyrics are by Thomas P. Hoier and Bernie Grossman. Perhaps he may return with fame and glory, but if by chance we lose him in the fight, there'll be a service flag flying at our house and a new star in heaven that night.
The Red Flag is a socialist song, emphasising the sacrifices and solidarity of the international labour movement. It is the anthem of the British Labour Party, Irish nationalist Social Democratic and Labour Party, and Irish Labour Party . Irishman Jim Connell wrote the song's lyrics in 1889 in Nicholas Donovan's house. Only five of the six stanzas were printed, omitting the fourth stanza that begins, "It well recalls the triumphs past.
There's a Service Flag Flying at Our House is a World War I era song released in 1917. The lyrics were written by Thomas Hoier and Bernie Grossman. Al W. Brown composed the music. The song was published by Joe Morris Music Co. of New York, New York. The Starmer Brothers designed the art featured on the sheet music. On the cover are soldiers marching down a street. Crowds of people cheer them on, and service flags wave above them.
Prayer For The Boys Out There. I'll Think Of You. Written-By – Hirsch.
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|There's A Service Flag Flying At Our House|
|A1a||There's A Service Flag Flying At Our House
Written-By – Brown*
|A1b||Who Said Dixie
Written-By – Lange*
|A1c||Prayer For The Boys Out There
Written-By – Marr*
|I'll Think Of You
Written-By – Hirsch*
|B1a||I'll Think Of You|
|B1c||My Rainbow Girl|
- Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company
- Piano [Uncredited] – Monroe Jockers
- Violin [Uncredited] – Albert Jockers
NotesLabels have no label printing code.
Price in U.S. $1.25
Price in Canada $1.50
Both sides: violin and piano duet
Side A recorded 22 March 1918.
Side B recorded 11 April 1918.
Side A: medley one-step. Introducing: Who Said Dixie; Say A Prayer For The Boys Out There (Al Brown, 1 – Lange, 2 – Marr)
Side B: medley fox-trot. Introducing: Alimony Blues My Rainbow Girl from "The Rainbow Girl"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A label): 49351
- Matrix / Runout (B label): 49373
|A6044||Jockers Brothers||There's A Service Flag Flying At Our House / I'll Think Of You (Shellac, 12", RP)||Columbia||A6044||USA & Canada||1918|
|A6044||Jockers Brothers||There's A Service Flag Flying At Our House / I'll Think Of You (Shellac, 12")||Columbia||A6044||USA & Canada||1918|