Arthur Pryor's Band / Sousa's Band - American Patriotic Airs / America download mp3 album
American Patriotic Airs. Arranged By – Joseph HopkinsonComposed By – Philip Pfeil. A2. Columbia The Gem Of The Ocean (Red, White And Blue). Music By – Thomas á BecketWritten-By – David T. Shaw. B. America (My Country 'Tis Of Thee).
American Patriotic Airs. A2 Columbia The Gem Of The Ocean (Red, White and Blue). America (My Country 'Tis Of Thee) Conductor – Edwin G. Clarke. Companies, etc. Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
Italian Royal March, Italian Patriotic Airs. Arthur Willard Pryor (September 22, 1870 – June 18, 1942) was a trombonist, bandleader, and soloist with the Sousa Band. Pryor was born on the second floor of the Lyceum Theater in Saint Joseph, Missouri.
Set track as current obsession. Band led by John Phillip Sousa starting in the 1890's. They had a number of successful early recordings. Sousa's Band was rather famous at the time. View full artist profile. Play all. Edison Concert Band.
Skater's Waltz by Sousa, American Fantastie by Pryor. Condition: VG++ you will be very happy with this one. extras. comes with original RCA 12" factory sleeve. All my shipments are packaged in a professional album mailer Attention this listing does not qualify for Free Shipping Status but does qualify for combined shipping discount. For more information please see my Grading keys below. My Grading Keys are as follows.
Two singles were released from the album. The first single, "We're an American Band", was released on July 2, 1973 and the second, "Walk Like a Man", was released on October 29, 1973.
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|American Patriotic Airs|
Arranged By [uncredited] – Joseph HopkinsonComposed By [uncredited] – Philip Pfeil*
|A2||Columbia The Gem Of The Ocean (Red, White And Blue)
Music By [uncredited] – Thomas á BecketWritten-By [uncredited] – David T. Shaw
|B||America (My Country 'Tis Of Thee)
Music By [uncredited] – Henry Carey
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
NotesNote; label reads "Victor Record"
Around the spindle hole is "Price 75¢ in U.S.A."
At top is the "Awarded First Prize..." information
At bottom is four lines of text.
The first line begins "Victor Talking Machine.."
The following three lines details the license, selling price, copying prohibited, U.S. patients, etc.
Side A recorded 1906-03-27
Side B recorded 1911-12-12
Released on various dates - see The Victor Black Label Discography 16000-17000 Series John R. Bolig, 2007
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): 716137A / 4193
- Matrix / Runout (Side BRunout): 0016137B
|16137||Arthur Pryor's Band / Sousa's Band||Arthur Pryor's Band / Sousa's Band - American Patriotic Airs / America (Shellac, 10", RP)||Victor||16137||US||Unknown|
|16137||Arthur Pryor's Band / Sousa's Band||Arthur Pryor's Band / Sousa's Band - American Patriotic Airs / America (Shellac, 10", RE, RP)||Victor||16137||US||Unknown|