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Frank Wojnarowski And His Orchestra - Hula Hoop Polka flac album

Frank Wojnarowski And His Orchestra - Hula Hoop Polka flac album Performer: Frank Wojnarowski And His Orchestra
Title: Hula Hoop Polka
Style: Polka
Released: 1966
Country: US
MP3 album: 1446 mb
FLAC album: 1166 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: AC3 MIDI RA ASF WMA DXD AU
Genre: Folk / World music

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Performer: Frank Wojnarowski and his OrchestraWriter: F. WojnarwoskiPolish vocal; Label partially in Polish. Publication date 1947. Digitizing sponsorKahle/Austin Foundation. ContributorInternet Archive. Performer: Frank Wojnarowski and his Orchestra Writer: F. Wojnarwoski. Polish vocal; Label partially in Polish. Identifier78 r d-his-orchestra-f. wojnarwoski gbia0002340a. ScannerInternet Archive Python library .

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A1 Hula Hoop Polka
A2 Ladie Boy-Oberek
A3 Fantasy Tango
A4 Under My Window-Polka
A5 Joe's Oberek
B1 One, Two, Three, Four-Polka
B2 Hometown Oberek
B3 Carroll Polka
B4 Romantic Memories-Waltz
B5 One More Drink-Oberek


Side 1- Instrumental
Side 2- Vocal & Instrumental

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DLP 1268 Frank Wojnarowski And His Orchestra Hula Hoop Polka ‎(LP, Album) Dana DLP 1268 US 1958
SDLP 1268 Frank Wojnarowski And His Orchestra Hula Hoop Polka ‎(LP, Album) Dana SDLP 1268 US Unknown