Gene Austin - St. Louis Blues / The Voice Of The Southland download mp3 album
Written-By – W. C. Handy. B. The Voice Of The Southland (Keeps Callin' Me Home). Written-By – Austin, Bloom, Koehler. Orthophonic Recording Tenor with orchestra St. Louis Blues recorded 13 April 1928 The Voice Of The Southland recorded 6 June 1928. Matrix, Runout (side A Runout . is inside an oval): 2 c 21714A, 2, (.
Album · 1997 · 15 Songs. The Voice of the Southland - Greatest Hits. Gene Austin - Ain't She Sweet (Remastered). My Blue Heaven (Original Recordings 1927 - 1934).
Sunday (Recorded 1927). Sweet Child I'm Wild About You. Sweet Sue. Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Take Your Shoes Off, Baby. The Voice Of The Southland. Then Came the Dawn (Recorded June 1928). There's a Craddle in Carolina. There's a Cradle in Caroline. There's a Cradle in Caroline (Recorded September 1927). Thinking of You (Recorded 1927). This Side Of Paradise.
Gene Austin (June 24, 1900 – January 24, 1972) was an American singer and songwriter, one of the first "crooners". His recording of "My Blue Heaven" sold over five million copies and was the largest selling record of all time. His 1920s compositions "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street" and "The Lonesome Road" became pop and jazz standards. Austin was born as Lemeul Eugene Lucas in Gainesville, Texas (north of Dallas), to Nova Lucas (died 1943) and the former Serena Belle Harrell (died 1956).
PLAY ALL. Voice Of The Southland. Released by Carinco Jul 2007 15 Tracks. Voice Of The Southland is a English album released on Jul 2007. Voice Of The Southland Album has 15 songs sung by Gene Austin. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Voice Of The Southland songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
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|A||St. Louis Blues
Written-By – W. C. Handy
|B||The Voice Of The Southland (Keeps Callin' Me Home)
Written-By – Austin*, Bloom*, Koehler*
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
- Brass Bass [uncredited] – Jack Pierce
- Celesta [uncredited], Directed By [uncredited] – Nathaniel Shilkret
- Clarinet [uncredited], Alto Saxophone [uncredited] – Andy Sannella
- Clarinet [uncredited], Alto Saxophone [uncredited], Flute [uncredited] – Max Farley
- Drums [uncredited] – Joe Green , William Dorn
- Guitar [uncredited] – Little Mike McKendrick
- Piano [uncredited] – Jack Shilkret, Milt Rettenberg
- Trombone [uncredited] – Chuck Campbell
- Trumpet [uncredited] – Earl Oliver, Harry Shilkret
- Violin [uncredited] – Lou Raderman, Murray Kellner, Yascha Zayde
Tenor with orchestra
St. Louis Blues recorded 13 April 1928
The Voice Of The Southland recorded 6 June 1928
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- Matrix / Runout (side A Runout V.E. is inside an oval): 2 c 21714A / 2 / (V.E.) / 4
- Matrix / Runout (side B Runout V.E. is inside an oval): K 21714B / 5 / (V.E.) / 4