The Hoosier Hot Shots - The Hoosier Hot Shots FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: The Hoosier Hot Shots
FLAC version ZIP size: 1256 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1446 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1577 mb
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The Hoosier Hot Shots скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню The Hoosier Hot Shots - The Berries and the Nuts, The Hoosier Hot Shots - Sentimental Gentleman from Georgia, The Hoosier Hot Shots - Jingle Bells, The Hoosier Hot Shots - I Like Bananas (Because They Have No Bones), Bob Skyles and His Skyrockets - We're Not the Hoosier Hot Shots, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки.
Beginning in 1934 the Hoosier Hot Shots also began recording their off-the-wall madness, becoming practically as successful on jukeboxes around the United States as on their weekly radio appearances. Havin' Fun With the Hoosier Hotshots (2003) is simply that, gathering a baker's dozen of the combo's best-loved platters. Unlike the cornpone humor of Homer & Jethro, the Hoosier Hot Shots' emphasis was on the music rather than a punchline. Their collective persona drew on countrified instrumentation over a deceptively simple delivery.
Profile: Comedic jazz ensemble that formed as a vaudeville act in Indiana in the early 1930s. Made numerous recordings and radio/TV/movie appearances until the death of Hezzie Trietsch on April 20, 1980. Members include: Ken Trietsch, Hezzie Trietsch, Gabe Ward, Gil Taylor, Keith Milheim, Nate Harrison. Members: Gabe Ward, Hezzie Trietsch, Ken Trietsch. Variations: Viewing All Hoosier Hot Shots.
The Hoosier Hot Shots were a highly skilled quartet whose silly songs and down-home ditties became some of the first and most successful novelty tracks of the 20th century. America used their corny sense of humor and surprisingly adept instrumentation as a sonic salve while collectively recovering from the Great Depression. Their rural roots music blends with a performance style steeped in both the.
The Hoosier Hot Shots were an American quartet of madcap musicians who entertained on stage, screen, radio, and records from the mid-1930s into the 1970s. The group initially consisted of players from the U. S. State of Indiana.
What Is So Rare Hoosier Hot Shots. Everybody Stomp Hoosier Hot Shots. One Eyed Sam Hoosier Hot Shots. Noah's Wife Hoosier Hot Shots. San Hoosier Hot Shots. Rural Rhythm Hoosier Hot Shots. I Just Wanna Play With You Hoosier Hot Shots. She's Got A Great Big Army Of Friends Hoosier Hot Shots. There's No Romance In Your Soul Hoosier Hot Shots. tain't Nobody's Business What I Do Hoosier Hot Shots. My Bonnie Hoosier Hot Shots.
The Lavender Cowboy, We’re Not The Hoosier Hot Shots. By: Donna Summer (2) (1937, Jazz). 1. The Lavender Cowboy. 2. We’re Not The Hoosier Hot Shots.
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|A2||The Man From Laramie|
Vocals – Gill Taylor*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout): R-261-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): R261
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout): R-261-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): R261
|45-R261-49||The Hoosier Hot Shots*||The Hoosier Hot Shots (7")||Tops Records||45-R261-49||US||1957|