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Arthur Fields - In The Land O' Yamo Yamo / The Darktown Strutters' Ball flac album

Arthur Fields - In The Land O' Yamo Yamo / The Darktown Strutters' Ball flac album Performer: Arthur Fields
Title: In The Land O' Yamo Yamo / The Darktown Strutters' Ball
Style: Vocal
Released: 1918
MP3 album: 1313 mb
FLAC album: 1119 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Genre: Pop

Darktown Strutters' Ball" is a popular song by Shelton Brooks, published in 1917. The song has been recorded many times and is considered a popular and jazz standard. There are many variations of the title, including "At the Darktown Strutters' Ball", "The Darktown Strutters' Ball", and just "Strutters' Ball". Darktown Strutters' Ball". Arthur Fields (released by Pathe Records as catalog number 20315B, with the flip side "In the Land o' Yamo Yamo"). Paul Frees recording is featured in the film The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971), during a murder scene. Connie Haines, Alan Dale, the Ray Bloch Seven, and Sy Oliver's Orchestra (released by Signature Records as catalog number 15197A, with the flip side "Little Boy Blues").

Darktown Strutters' Ball" is a popular song by Shelton Brooks, published in 1917. The landmark 1917 recording by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, which was recorded on May 30, 1917, and released by Columbia Records as catalog number A-2297, was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2006.

In the Land O' Yamo Yamo is a World War I song written in 1917. Joe McCarthy wrote the lyrics and Fred Fisher composed the music. McCarthy & Fisher, Inc. produced the song in New York, New York. On the cover of the sheet music is a man playing the guitar as a woman dances in the foreground. The lyrics describe a place that is not found on the map, but resembles "Old Napoli," referring to a city in Italy

Darktown Strutters' Ball is a popular song by Shelton Brooks, published in 1917 The song has been recorded many times and is considered a popular and jazz. Arthur Fields released by Pathe Records as catalog number 20315B, with the flip side "In the Land o' Yamo Yamo". Paul Frees recording is featured in the film The Abominable Dr Phibes 1971, during a murder scene. Connie Haines, Alan Dale, the Ray Bloch Seven, and Sy Oliver's Orchestra released by Signature Records as catalog number 15197A, with the flip side "Little Boy Blues".

Darktown Strutters is a 1975 blaxploitation musical comedy film from New World Pictures. Trina Parks as Syreena. Edna Richardson as Carmen. Bettye Sweet as Miranda. Shirley Washington as Theda. Roger E. Mosley as Mellow. Christopher Joy as Wired. Stan Shaw as Raunchy. DeWayne Jessie as . Norman Bartold as Commander Cross. Dick Miller as Officer Hugo.

Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith - The Darktown Strutters' Ball 02:00 Fingers on Fire! Джордж Гершвин, Al Hirt - I Can't Get Started 03:50 Darktown Strutters Ball. Hoagy Carmichael - The Darktown Strutters Ball 02:26 High and Dry. Hoagy Carmichael - Happy Hoagy's Medley: I Can't Give You Anything But Love; Ivory Rag; Darktown Strutters' Ball 02:17 Hoagy Sings Carmichael. Hoagy Carmichael - The Darktown Strutters Ball 02:30 Greatest Hits. Michael Bloomfield - Medley: Darktown Strutters Ball. Louis Prima, Joe "Wingy" Manone - At The Darktown Strutters' Ball 03:05 The Complete Louis Prima And Wingy Manone Brunswick & Vocation Recordings, Vol 1. Benny Goodman - At the Darktown Strutters' Ball 02:22 The Ultimate Jazz Store, Vol. 9. Benny Goodman - At The Darktown Strutters' Ball 02:06 The King of Swing, Vol. 23- Alternate Sessions.

Arthur Fields (released by Pathe Records as catalog number 20315B, with the flip side "In the Land o' Yamo Yamo"). Ted Mulry Gang had a hit in Australia with a rock 'n roll version of "Darktown Strutters Ball". Lou Monte recorded "Darktown Strutter's Ball (Italian Syle)" in 1954. The RCA release was a major hit, reaching retail.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A In The Land O' Yamo Yamo
Written By – McCarthy-Fischer
B The Darktown Strutters' Ball
Written-By – Brooks*

Notes

Tenor - Accordion Acc.