Frank Luther Trio - Wonder Valley / When The Bloom Is On The Sage mp3 flac
- Album: Wonder Valley / When The Bloom Is On The Sage
- MP3: 1887 mb | FLAC: 1744 mb
- Released: 1934
- Style: Country
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Wonder Valley, When The Bloom Is On The Sage (Shellac, 10").
Artist: Carson Robison, Frank Luther. Album: A Cowboy's Life Is Good Enough For Me. Release year: 2005. Carson Robison, Frank Luther: best 2 tracks. Carson Robison - Wolf At The Door Serenade The Mountains: Early Old Time Music On Record, CD D, 2006 03:25. Carson Robison, Frank Luther (As The Black Brothers) - Midnight On The Colorado A Cowboy's Life Is Good Enough For Me, 2005 03:10. Artist: Carson Robison Frank Luther.
1. Carson Robison, Frank Luther And Phil Crow - In The Cumberland Mountains, Missouri Valley 2. Carson J. Robison And Frank Luther, Ray Ball - When The Roses Bloom For The Bootlegger, Miss
Frank Luther (August 4, 1899 - November 16, 1980) was an American country music singer, dance band vocalist, playwright, songwriter and pianist. Born Francis Luther Crow on a farm near Lakin, Kansas, forty miles from the Colorado line, he was raised on a farm near Hutchinson, Kansas, where his father, William R. Crow, and mother, Gertrude Phillips Crow, dealt in livestock and trotting horses.
Frank Luther: listen and download Frank Luther, Джордж Гершвин - Of Thee I Sing, Frank Luther, Stephen Foster, The Century Quartet - Gentle Annie, Frank Luther, Stephen Foster, Zora Layman - Ah, May the Red Rose Always, Frank Luther, Stephen Foster - Sweetly She Sleeps & more. Carson Robison, Frank Luther - When The Bloom Is On The Sage 03:04. Carson Robison, Frank Luther (As The Black Brothers) - Midnight On The Colorado 03:10. Carson Robison, Frank Luther (As Bud & Joe Billings) - Missouri Valley 03:07. All songs from A Cowboy's Life Is Good Enough For Me. Sam Lanin & His Orchestra - Sweet Sue, Just You, 2015.
Frank Luther's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame represents what was to become his chief claim to fame. Early in his recording career, he made some 7" shellac records for children. Several sets were made for Victor in 1933. While planning a record album based on Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer, Luther began writing songs based on the book and soon found that he had enough for a full-length play for adult audiences. The show he devised did not reach Broadway, but it was turned into a network television special on the . Decca released an original cast album that same year. The musical was subsequently performed around the country by little theatre groups and stock companies. Frank Luther continued to record, forming his own label and then working for a variety of educational record companies.
C G7 When it's roundup time in Texas and the bloom is on the sage Dm G7 C Then I long to be in Texas back a-ridin' on the range E7 Am E7 Am Just to smell the bacon fryin' when it's sizzlin' in the pan D7 G7 Hear the breakfast horn in the. early morn drinkin' coffee from a can. C G7 Just a-ridin' rockin' ropin' poundin' leather all day long Dm G7 E7 Just a-swayin' sweatin' swearin' listenin’ to a cowhand's song A7 D7 How it beckons and I reckon I would work for any wage C F G7 C To be free again just to be again where the bl. .
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