Ole Rasmussen And His Cornhuskers - You Were My Dream Last Night flac album
Title: You Were My Dream Last Night
MP3 album: 1495 mb
FLAC album: 1542 mb
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Genre: Folk / World music
Rasmussen made his first recordings in about 1945 for the obscure LaMarr's Star label, apparently owned by an aspiring songwriter named Baline LaMarr. Three sides are known to have been issued (the flip of one was by western swing singer and steel guitarist Les Anderson) and they were a far cry in quality and style from the sound the band would attain by the end of the decade
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|A||You Were My Dream Last Night
Written-By – Ole Rasmussen , Rocky Stone
|B||Country Weddin' Day
Written-By – Vern Hansen
- Vocals – Ted Wilds
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- Matrix / Runout: 7111-Z
- Matrix / Runout: 7112-Y