Spade Cooley (King Of Western Swing) And His Band - Red Hair And Green Eyes / Boggs Boogie flac album
Title: Red Hair And Green Eyes / Boggs Boogie
Style: Country, Western Swing
MP3 album: 1641 mb
FLAC album: 1244 mb
Other formats: WAV ADX AUD VQF MP3 WMA MP4
Genre: Folk / World music
Donnell Clyde Cooley (December 17, 1910 – November 23, 1969), better known as Spade Cooley, was an American Western swing musician, big band leader, actor, and television personality. His career ended in 1961 when he was arrested and convicted for the brutal murder of his second wife, Ella Mae Evans. Spade" Cooley was born Donnell Clyde Cooley on December 17, 1910, in Grand, Oklahoma. Being part Cherokee, he was sent to the Chemawa Indian School in Salem, Oregon to be educated.
Album · 1996 · 25 Songs. Spade Cooley & Red Efner. 4. Sioux City Sue. 2:32. 5. Rochester Schottische. The Best of Western Swing. See All. "Little" Jimmy Dickens: 16 Biggest Hits. Spade Cooley & The Western Swing Dance Band. Zero ads. Try it now. Learn more. О возможных способах покупки узнайте по телефону 8‑800‑333‑51‑73 или найдите реселлера. Spade Cooley & Red Egner. 14. Crazy ‘Cause I Love You. 2:11. 15. Whippoorwill Waltz. Spadella! The Essential Spade Cooley. Spade Cooley and His Orchestra. The Essential Johnny Cash. Columbia Country Classics, Vol. 1 - The Golden Age. Various Artists.
Spade Cooley (King Of Western Swing) And His Band. Tex Williams And His Western Caravan. Artistry In Western Swing. Leon McAuliffe & His Western Swing Band. Pan Handle Rag. –Wade Ray With Noel Boggs. Billy Jack Wills & His Western Swing Band. Troubles (Those Lonesome Kind). Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys.
Spade Cooley (Donnell Clyde Cooley, Grand, Oklahoma, December 17, 1910 – Oakland, California, November 23, 1969) was an American, Western Swing fiddler, singer and big band leader and also songwriter, actor, and television personality. His career ended in 1961 when he was arrested and convicted for the murder of his second wife, Ella Mae Evans. Cooley, being part Cherokee, was sent to the Chemawa Indian School in Salem, Oregon to be educated. Around 1930 his family fled the Dust Bowl for California.
Spade Cooley's band played a superb brand of Western Swing(California style). The instrumentals are performed with verve and gusto. The Vocals, by Tex Williams, are smooth and exude an earnest sincerity. If you have been disappointed by other Spade Cooley Recordings, you may have snagged some of his later recordings. Cooley wasn't much of a musician himself and was always tending toward the middle of the road. After WWII he got into firing all of his musicians and replacing them, moving the band successively closer to easy listening music. By the late 1950s Cooley was considered in the same bag as Lawrence Welch. However, this is one of the hottest western swing aggragations ever put together.
|Red Hair And Green Eyes|
|20-2295||Spade Cooley (King Of Western Swing) And His Band||Red Hair And Green Eyes / Boggs Boogie (Shellac, 10")||RCA Victor||20-2295||US||1947|
|58-0042||Spade Cooley (King Of Western Swing) And His Band||Red Hair And Green Eyes / Boggs Boogie (Shellac, 10")||RCA Victor||58-0042||Canada||Unknown|