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|1||Molly And The Baby, Don't You Know|
Written-By – Taylor, Herbert
|2||My Wonderful Dream|
Written-By – Gabriel, Pounds
- Organ [Pipe Organ, Uncredited] – Mark Andrews
- Vocals – Homer Rodeheaver
Side A recorded 5 January 1927 in Camden, NJ.
Side B recorded 4 January 1927 in Camden, NJ.
Side A matrix no. 37337-5.
Side B matrix no. 37334-2.
Códigos de barras
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): C 20794A 5
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): D 20794B 2 1
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
From my 78 Collection Homer Rodeheaver - Molly And The Baby, Don't You Know Prohibition Song Flip Side My Wonderful Dream Gospel Hymn : Homer RodeheaverWriter: H. Taylor J. HerbertProhibition Song Baritone with at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii. The recording on the other side of this disc: My Wonderful Dream. Technical Notes: Acoustic - Disc worn Swishing, popping throughout. 78 molly-and-the-baby-dont-you-know homer-rodeheaver-h-s-taylor-j-b-herbert gbia0028028a. To complete the login process, please enter the one time code that was sent to your email address. Email Address. Please provide the details of your appeal, including why you believe this target has been incorrectly moderated. Note: For copyright infringement counter claims see the Terms & Conditions. Thank you for submitting your appeal. We will investigate and inform you of the outcome. Temperance movement song, Molly and the baby, Don't you know, sung by Homer Rodeheaver, 1916. In 1913 Rodeheaver began recording for the Victor Talking Machine Company, a relationship that lasted for twenty years. He also recorded for Gennett, Columbia and for his own Rainbow Records label. Music publisher. In 1910, Rodeheaver started his own publishing business, the Rodeheaver Company, compiling gospel songs to sell at revivals. In 1936 Rodeheaver purchased the Hall-Mack Company and merged it with his own publishing house, headquartered in Winona Lake, Indiana. Rodeheaver appeared on at least eighteen record labels and five hundred sides during his recording career. His most recorded piece was Sundays theme song Brighten The Corner Where You Are, a bouncy number of extremely limited theological depth. Rodeheaver recorded it for at least 17 different labels. Molly And The Baby, Don't You Know, My Wonderful Dream. 2 издания. Category: Pop, Folk, World, & Country Style: Gospel Year: 1916. Mp3 album: 1403 mb. FLAC album. Folk, World, & Country. Homer Rodeheaver - The Old Rugged Cross, Open My Eyes That I May See. Don McLean - Wonderful Baby, Homeless Brother. Molly Bee - Good Golly Ms. Homer And Jethro - Homer And Jethro At The Convention. Non Music, Folk, World, & Country. Soichi Noriki - Trade Wind, Feelin' Free. Jazz, Pop. Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra - That's My Weakness Now, You're Won. Wayne Wonder - Baby It's Wonderful. Other Title. Molly and the baby, don't you know. Male vocal solo, with orchestra. My wonderful dream Gospel hymn My wonderful dream Rodeheaver, Homer A. Schrader, Fred, performing. Victor 17988. Текст песни: Now turn it up and blow your speakers out, speakers out Cause were the only thing they speak about, speak about And its a jungle, baby This wonderful lifes got me going crazy, crazy, In This Album. Molly And The Baby, Don't You Know - Homer Rodeheaver. My Wonderful Dream - Homer Rodeheaver. Similar Artists. Artist: Homer Rodeheaver Album's title: Molly And The Baby, Don't You Know, My Wonderful Dream Label: Victor 17988 Type: Shellac, 10, 78 RPM Country: US Date of released: Category: Pop, Folk, World, & Country Style: Gospel ZIP Size MP3: 1417 mb ZIP Size FLAC: 1761 mb Rating: 3. 95 Votes: 357 Format: MP3 FLAC VQF VOX DMF MIDI. MP4 MOD DTS. Other albums: Louise Homer - Christ The Lord Is Risen Today. Lynn Anderson, Anne-Marie David - Rose Garden, Wonderful Dream. The Baby Snakes - Pay Tribute To: The Wonderful World Of Johnny Cash. Folk and Country
Artista: Homer Rodeheaver
Título: Molly And The Baby, Don't You Know / My Wonderful Dream
Fecha de publicación: 30 Sep 1927
Tamaño MP3: 2271 mb
Tamaño FLAC: 2289 mb
Clasificación: 4.3 / 5
Fuente de los registros: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM