lunes, 24 de noviembre de 2014

Melodías Pizarras Vol 419

1.- “Sally Goodin”. Fiddlin’ Red Herron.
2.– “He Thought Me How To Yodel”. Rosalie Allen and the Black River Boys.
3.- “Yodelin’ Mad”. Yodeling Slim Clark.
4.- “Bustin’ Thru”. Speedy West with Jimmy Bryant.
5.- “Happy Baby”. Bill Haley and his Comets.
6.- “Nº1 Drunkard”. Washboard Sam.
7.- “The Peanut Vendor”. Raymond Scott and his New Orchesta.
8.- “The Peanut Vendor”. Mistinguett.
9.- “Chévere”. Lecuona Cuban Boys.
10.- “A lo Lejos”. Eduardo Chávez and his Tropical Beachcombers.
11.- “Martinique 48”. Sam Castendet et son orchestre de la “Canne a sucre”.
12.- “Hawaiian Hula Medley”. South Sea Islanders.
13.- “My Hopi Hoole Hula Girl”. Charles Kama and his Moana Hawaiian’s.
14.- “Down In Florida On A Hog”. Darby and Tarlton.
15.- “Frisco Frog”. Jimmie Lunceford.
16.- “Toque Usted el Trombón”. Elsie Bayron con la Orquesta Casablanca.
17.- “Boo-Hoo”. Gran Orquesta Manolo Bel y sus Muchachos.
18.- “I Love To Georgia Brown So Slow”. Bea Booze.
19.- “Savoy Stomp”. Louise Russell Orchestra.
20.- “Old Yazoo”. W. Lee O’Daniel and his Hillbilly Boys.
21.- “Chinatown, My Chinatown”. Milton Brown and his Brownies.
22.- “Daddy’s Got The Deep Elm Blues”. Jimmie Revard and his Oklahoma Playboys.
23.- “The Old Man Of The Mountain”. Curly Hicks and his Taproom Boys.
24.- “Americonga”. Don Arrés y su Orquesta.
25.- “Don’t Touch Me Tomato”. George Symonette and his Calypso Sextette.
26.- “Man O’ War”. George Symonette and his Calypso Sextette.
27.- “Mambo Calypso”. Duke of Iron and his Calypso Trobadours.
28.- “Gutiri Kaundu Kageni”. Mikah Njiru and Mugo.
29.- “El que Siembra su Maíz”. Sexteto Los del Camagüey.
30.- “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love”. Johnny Hamp’s Kentucky Serenader


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