domingo, 2 de noviembre de 2014

Melodías Pizarras Vol 416


1.- “Johnson Gal”. Leake County Revelers.
2.– “Wish To The Lord I Had Never Been Born”. Luther B. Clarke. Blue Ridge High Ballers.
3.- “Liberty”. Gid Tanner and his Skillet Lickers.
4.- “Yo Kolo Ye Kele”. Bowane na bana Loningisa Biguine.
5.- “La Rue Zabime”. Sam Castendet.
6.- “Peggy Daniels”. The Lion con Gerald Clark and his Caribbean Serenaders.
7.- “Amanecer en Turquía”. Orquesta Musette del acordeonista Serramont y José Morató .
8.- “Rumba Musulmana”. Lecuona Cuban Boys.
9.- “Son de Amor”. Rico’s Creole Band.
10.- “Baila y no comas bola”. Trío Matamoros.
11.- “La Chiquita me gustó”. Cuarteto Caney.
12.- “Hop Pickin’ Time In Happy Valley”. The Sweet Violet Boys.
13.- “They Cut Down The Old Pine Tree”. Rice Brother’s Gang.
14.- “Lil Liza Jane”. Louise Massey and The Westerners.
15.- “Pluckin’ The bass”. Cab Calloway Orchestra.
16.- “The Hut-Sut Song”. Frankie Masters and his Orchestra.
17.- “Beautiful Hawaiian Shores”. Nettles Brothers String Band.
18.- “Tomi Tomi”. Johnny Kaonohi Pineapple and his Native Islanders.
19.- “Stormy Hawaiian Weather”. Master’s Hawaiians.
20.- “No Money No Music”. Local Calypso Quintet.
21.- “Money Is The King”. Neville Marcano.
22.- “Don’t Fence Her In”. Hubert Porter with the Jamaican Calypsonians.
23.- “New Steel Guitar Rag”. Bill Boyd and his Cowboy Ramblers.
24.- “Following You Around”. Sons Of The West.
25.- “I’ll Take Her Back”. Universal Cowboys.
26.- “How Can I Believe In You?”. Johnnie and Jack and their Tenneesse Mountain Boys.
27.- “Basin Street Blues”. The Charleston Chasers.
28.- “Old Yazoo”. Baron Lee & his Blue Rhythm Band.
29.- “Get Your Man”. Arnold Johnson Orchestra.
30.- “Crisantemo de Amor”. Celia Gámez y Orquesta Los Bolivos.


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