Phil Harris & His Dixieland Syncopators, Phil Harris With Skip Martin And His Orchestra - Muskrat Ramble / Stars Fell On Alabama album flac
- Album: Muskrat Ramble / Stars Fell On Alabama
- FLAC: 1447 mb | MP3: 1782 mb
- Released: 1954
- Style: Vocal
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 282
- Format: AHX DTS AC3 VOX MIDI RA MP2
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–Phil Harris & His Dixieland Syncopators*||Muskrat Ramble
Songwriter – Kid Ory, Ray Gilbert
|B||–Phil Harris With Skip Martin And His Orchestra||Stars Fell On Alabama
Songwriter – Frank Perkins, Mitchell Parish
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Muskrat Ramble): E0VB-3561
- Matrix / Runout (Stars Fell On Alabama): E3VB-2064
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Phil Harris and His Dixieland Syncopators: Muskrat Ramble. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Phil Harris and his Dixieland Syncopators RCA Victor 20-3273 EMI, His Master's Voice B 9927 (UK) Recorded February 24, 1950, in Hollywood, California Vocal refrain by Phil Harris, lyrics by Ray Gilbert. The Big Chief Jazzband His Master's Voice . 3371 Recorded January 8, 1954, in Oslo, Norway. I don't get nothing," came his reply and I almost fell off the chair. He said he never sold it to anyone since he had composed it that day for the Louis Armstrong Hot Five recording. That was some twenty years before and it had become one of the all-time dixieland hits in the meantime.
One of the earliest recordings was by the Guy Lombardo orchestra, with his brother Carmen doing a vocal. This version was recorded on August 27, 1934, and issued by Decca Records as catalog number 104. The song was later performed by over 100 artists.
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Deck of Cards - Phil Harris With Quartet. The Persian Kitten - Phil Harris, Skip Martin & His Orchestra. 10. St. James Infirmary - St. James Infirmary With Chorus. 11. Muskrat Ramble - Phil Harris and His Dixieland Syncopators. 12. Row, Row, Row - St. More by Phil Harris and His Orchestra.
Phil Harris and His Dixieland Syncopators. Row, Row, Row. Phil Harris and His Orchestra & St. See All. At His Best. Country Joe McDonald (and the Fish) "What're fighting for" Most notably sung at Woodstock 1969. Ory said that his publisher, the Melrose Publishing Company, had sold the song to another company and he had never received "nickel one".