Carson J. Robison And Frank Luther / Frank Luther - When It's Springtime In The Rockies / Oh, That Dumb-Bell! FLAC album
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Carson Robinson and Frank Luther with "novelty accompaniment.
October 3, 1873, in Romneneau, Saxony, Germany d. January 5, 1944. German-American band director and Professor of Music at Brigham Young University. Best known for composing the music to Springtime in the Rockies. Variations: Viewing All Robert Sauer. Lauer, R. Sauer, R. Souer, Robert Sour, Sauer, Saver.
When It's Springtime In The Rockies. When The Roses Bloom For The Bootlegger. Carson Robison Trio, Frank Luther (2). Carson Robison Trio, Frank Luther (2) - When It's Springtime In The Rockies, When The Roses Bloom For The Bootlegger (Shellac, 10").
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From 1928 to 1932, Frank Luther recorded country music with Carson Robison. Their recordings, made for several record companies and issued on a variety of labels, were extremely popular . In his recordings for Victor Records, he also used the alias Bud Billings. The UK Zonophone label used these masters as well, with the Bud Billings name. When Robison formed his own cowboy singing group for a British tour in 1932, Frank Luther assembled a new trio with his wife, Zora Layman, and baritone Leonard Stokes.
Download the album or mp3, watch videos Carson Robison. All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as C. J. Robinson, C. Robison, C. Robison, . Robison, Car. Robison, Carson, Carson - J. Robinson, Carson J Robison, Carson J. Robison, Carson J. Robinson, Carson J. Robison, Carson Robinson, Carson/J. Robison, Carson/Robison, Carsony Robison, Garson/J. Robison, Harry "Rocky" Wilson, J. Carson Robinson, J. Robinson Carson, Robinson, Robinson/Carson, Robinsson, Robison. When It's Springtime In The Rockies, Oh, That Dumb-Bell! 2. mp3, CD. Their recordings, made for several record companies and issued on a variety of labels, were extremely popular
Frank Luther, one of the most-recorded voices of the 20th century, who cut virtually every type of song in formats ranging from Edison 78s to stereo Lps, appeared with his trio on the very first Hillbilly Heart-throbs broadcast in 1933 and, 40 years later, would refer to Ethel Park Richardson as a "wonderful woman whom I know very well. Francis Luther Crow was born August 4, 1900 to William R. Crow and Gertrude Phillips in Lakin, Kansas, about 40 miles from the Colorado line. A turning point came when he met singer-songwriter Carson J. Robison, a fellow Kansan. Robison had recorded country music quite prolifically with the wonderful, popular tenor, Vernon Dalhart - and had composed a number of songs which the duo put on record. It must be noted, however, that as prolific as Frank Luther was in the country field, he did not confine his efforts to that genre.
Eight months after "Springtime in the Rockies" appeared in theaters, Harry James and Betty Grable wed (July 5, 1943). It was the second marriage for both of them. Grable had divorced first husband, Jackie Coogan, on Oct.
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|A||–Carson J. Robison* And Frank Luther||When It's Springtime In The Rockies
Written-By – Woolsey*, Sauer*
|B||–Frank Luther||Oh, That Dumb-Bell!
Written-By – Samberg*
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Carson Robison
NotesLabels with matrix number at left side.
Side A recorded 10/3/29, New York, NY. Also released on Apex 41064, Broadway 4046, Cameo 9314, Challenge 858, Domino 4441, Jewel 5746, Lincoln 3338, Oriole 1749, Pathe 32492, Perfect 12571, Regal 8883, Romeo 1105 and perhaps other ARC dime-store labels.
Side B recorded 9/3/29, New York, NY. Also released on Broadway 8131, Cameo 9291, Challenge 858, Conqueror 7422, Domino 4416, Jewel 5746, Lincoln 3318, Oriole 1749, Regal 8863, Romeo 1093 and perhaps other ARC dime-store labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout (variant 1)): 9064-3 6 5 2575 -|
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout (variant 2, partially beneath label)): 9064-3 4 1 11 2575 108999-3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout (variant 1)): 8993-C 4 4 2576 -|
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout (variant 2, partially beneath label)): 8993-C 2 11 2576 4052-C
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 2575
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 2576
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