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The Georgians - Farewell Blues / Snakes Hips FLAC

The Georgians - Farewell Blues / Snakes Hips FLAC
The Georgians
Farewell Blues / Snakes Hips
FLAC size:
1532 mb
MP3 size:
1028 mb
WMA size:
1936 mb


1Farewell Blues
Written-By – Schoebel, Rappolo, Mares
2Snakes Hips
Written-By – Williams


Dance music - Fox trot


  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 80887
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 80900


  • Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company


The Georgians - Snakes Hips, 03:16, download mp3 full version here. Artist: The Georgians. Album: Farewell Blues. Release year: 2015. Track length: 03:16. File size: . Preview The Georgians - Snakes Hips. Download The Georgians - Snakes Hips. Go back. Farewell Blues: Best 2 songs. The Georgians - Farewell Blues 03:13. Snakes Hips - The Georgians. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Snakes Hips. Исполнитель: The Georgians. I'm All Broke Out With the Blues. Joie Lichter's Strand Symphonists. Farewell BluesThe Columbia Recordings, New York 1922 - 1923. 2015 pop. Farewell Blues. The Georgians. 2015 The Columbia Recordings, New York 1922 - 1923. Другие версии. Farewell Blues - The Georgians. The Columbia Recordings, New York 1922 - 1923. Farewell Blues Paul Mares, Leon Roppolo and Elmer Schoebel THE GEORGIANS Frank Guarente, trumpet, directing: Russ Morgan, trombone Harold Blues - Nat Gonella and His Georgians. Listen free to The Georgians Farewell Blues Chicago That Toddling Town, I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate and more. 14 tracks 43:19. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the Blues - The Georgians. Listen to Snakes Hips from The Georgians's The Georgians 1922-1923 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. The Georgians 1922-1923. The Georgians were a subset of the Phil Specht Orchestra. Specht had a gig at the Hotel Alamac in New York City in 1920. The orchestra played music for dancing in the ballroom and afterwards a smaller version of the group that went by the name of the Georgians played in the cocktail lounge. The star and leader of the band was trumpet player Frank Guarente. Guarente was originally from Italy but his family moved to Allentown, Pennsylvania in 1910 and then to New Orleans in 1914