New Orleans Vocal Groups. New Orleans Vocal Groups. EMI Music Distribution 17232.
The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
It wasn’t only female vocal groups that swept America. The Ink Spots, who formed in Indianapolis in the late 20s, were originally called King, Jack and the Jesters – a name they dropped after a legal claim by bandleader Paul Whitehouse. It has been estimated that there were more than 100,000 different singing acts who were recorded during the 50s, a time when there was even a trend to have vocal groups named after cars, as with The Cadillacs, The Ramblers, The Corvettes, and The Valiants.
1: 37989-Vi 2566 New Orleans, L. 9 March 1927 2: 37990-Vi 2566 New Orleans, L. 9 March 1927 3: 4450-2-Pm 12485 Chicago, c. May 1927 4: 4469-3-Pm 12485 Chicago, c. May 1927 5: 4627-2-Pm 12503 Chicago, c. July 1927 6: 4628-3-Pm 12503 Chicago, c. July 1927 7: E-6080-Vo 1119 New York.
Hazem Beltagui & Sarah Russell – When Our Story Has to End (Stargazers Extended Mix) (06:22) 26. Nitrous Oxide & Sarah Lynn – Clear as the Sky (Extended Mix) (06:27) 27. Elite Electronic & Lauren Ní Chasaide – Lost & Free (Extended Mix) (06:23) 28. Susana – A Million Memories (Extended Mix) (06:46) 29. Aurosonic & Kate Miles – If You Stay (Extended Mix) (07:17) 30.
The New Orleans Album. Christmas In New Orleans. New Orleans Various Artists. New Orleans Bobby Hackett. New Orleans Hans Theessink. william jacknight i wanna landy afro mix dont run from my love levelfila mash-up crazy bounce m. ra. net there will be no sun what do you do with a drunken sailor largal remix lambada mad morello remix siempre gano tumi emon kore don cherry with orchestra directed by ray.