Original recordings from the collections of Werner Benecke, Roger Misiewicz, Johnny Parth, Ernest S. Virgo. Rights Society: AUSTRO MECHANA. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
February 9, 1932 & April 3, 1941.
Frank Tannehill - 1932 - 1941 (SOB) 01 - Red Hot Papa (Pere Dickson, vc. flac 02 - Get Away From My Window (Pere Dickson, vc. 13 - Sweet Jelly Roll. 14 - Four O'Clock Morning Blues. Frank Tannehill - 1932 - 1941.
Missing lyrics by Skip James?
Frances K. Tannehill (born King) in MyHeritage family trees (Lynda Gaskill Web Site). Frances K. Tannehill (born King). Collection: MyHeritage Family Trees. Site name: Lynda Gaskill Web Site. Apr 1858 - Pennsylvania, United States. Death: 1941 - westmoreland county pa. Parents: Henry King, Nancy King (born Whipkey).
The Complete 1932-1940 aster Recordings of Ellington and His Famous Orchestra (Mosaic, 11 discs). 1936–40 Small Group Sessions (Mosaic, 7 discs). The Complete RCA-Victor Mid-Forties Recordings (2000, derived from the Centennial set). The Private Collection (1956–1971) (Saja, 10 discs).
Jane and Frank were among the first group that worked on designated Tuesday evenings when the doctors saw patients. They answered the phone, checked patients into the clinic and helped with filing. As soon as we began helping at the clinic, we learned-and saw-that there was a GREAT need in Tupelo for medical assistance for the working people who did not have insurance and could not afford medical care. The Free Clinic provided this assistance.
Known as: F Tannehill Has lived in: Spicewood, TXAustin, TX. Full Profile. Frank L Tannehill age: ~68. Known as: Frank Tannehill, Fran Tannehill Has lived in: Oklahoma City, OKMidwest City, OKBethany, O. .Full Profile Has lived in: Jamul, CASan Diego, CAEl Cajon, C.Frank B Tannehill age: ~68. Known as: Frank Tannehill.
When Jackson C. Frank died in 1999, his lone, beautiful, self-titled album, originally released in 1965, was out of print. It has since seen several re-releases, notably on Castle Records in 2001 featuring five unreleased, later recorded songs, then as part of a two-disc collection titled Blues Run the Game from Sanctuary in 2003, adding 33 additional cuts recorded during assorted attempts to return to songwriting. Not everything on The Complete Recordings is something that listeners will want to hear repeatedly. It opens with his eponymous solo record from 1965, then jumps back to 1961 and the beginnings of Frank’s explorations with performing and songwriting.