Darktown Melody Makers - Minstrel Show Of 1929 album flac
|A1||Make A Lot Of Noise|
|A2||Down Where The Watermelon Grows|
|A4||Oh! Dem Golden Slippers|
|B1||All The Same In Dixie|
|B2||By The Light Of The Silvery Moon|
|B3||Abraham Lincoln Jones|
|B4||Under The Bamboo Tree|
|B5||Carry Me Back To Old Virginny|
|B6||Climbing Up The Golden Stairs|
- Manufactured By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Published By – B. Feldman & Co.
NotesConcerted in English with orch.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout): A49077
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side): 2-04732
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout): A49096
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): 2-04714
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The Minstrel Show with Billy Murray, Henry Burr, Frank Crumit, and more.
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25 50 100 250 500. Singles & EPs. C 1739. Darktown Melody Makers. Minstrel Show Of 1929 (Shellac, 12").
A1Make A Lot Of Noise A2Down Where The Watermelon Grows A3Lazy Moon A4Oh! Dem Golden Slippers B1All The Same In Dixie B2By The Light Of The Silvery Moon B3Abraham Lincoln Jones B4Under The Bamboo Tree B5Carry Me Back To Old Virginny B6Climbing Up The Golden Stairs
The Minstrel Show is the second studio album by hip hop trio Little Brother. It followed the critical success of their 2003 debut, The Listening. The album was highly anticipated and touted as a probable breakthrough for the group, even before its release. The title is a reference to the minstrel shows that were popular in the United States during the 19th century.
Title: Makers of Melody (1929). This lovely 1929 Paramount short features much loved song creators Lorenz and Hart being interviewed as an excuse to showcase some early talkie talent spotlighting their great songs. One in particular is THE GIRLFRIEND which leaps into a very snazzy and up to date late 20s college scene with very modern 20s fashions (mini skirts and bell bottom flared pants!!) and some energetic collegiate humor.
This album, which Hackett produced, is the best-sounding release of his career. Most of the 11 tracks are more like soundscapes or aural impressions, than songs in the conventional sense; this is not necessarily a bad thing. The tapestry of sounds on "The Golden Age of Steam" is perfectly suited to a rather intriguing lyric about a World War II child spy. On "Rise Again" the hopeful lyrics are coupled with guitar playing that truly soars.
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