Vaughan's Happy Two / Johnson Brothers - Put My Little Shoes Away / On Top Of Old Smoky FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Put My Little Shoes Away / On Top Of Old Smoky
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Please, dear mother Put my little shoes away. Santa Claus, he brought them to me With a lot of other things I believe he brought an angel With the pair of golden wings. Tell my loving little playmates That I never more will play Give them all my toys, but mother Put my little shoes away. I'm going away to leave you, mother darling And remember what I say Do this, won't you? Please, dear mother Put my little shoes away.
The Brothers Johnson were an American funk and R&B band consisting of American musicians and brothers George ("Lightnin' Licks") and Louis E. Johnson ("Thunder Thumbs"). They achieved their greatest success from the mid-1970s to early 1980s, with three singles topping the R&B charts ("I'll Be Good to You", "Strawberry Letter 23", and "Stomp!").
To wipe his scoundrel Master's Shoes, For now he's free to sing and play. Over the Hills and far away. Over the Hills and O'er the Main, To Flanders, Portugal and Spain, The queen commands and we'll obey. We all shall lead more happy lives. By getting rid of brats and wives. That scold and brawl both night and day –. The song was also recorded by New Zealand singer Will Martin on his debut 2008 album New World. The lyrics for that version go. Here's forty shillings on the drum. For those who volunteer to come, To 'list and fight the foe today.
Put on your shoes, your shoes, your shoes. Put on your shoes, your shoes, your shoes. Hurry up. Hurry hurry up. Put on your jacket, your jacket, your jacket. I’m A Little Snowman. This Is The Way We Get Dressed.
Johnson Brothers continued to grow during the first half of the twentieth century, thanks to the introduction of some of the companies most popular patterns, including Dawn in 1918, Old Britain Castles in 1930 and Historic America in 1938. During the 1930s, the original Charles Street factory ceased production, when new technological advancements enabled the company to develop more modern firing systems that used electricity rather than coal; leading to better product quality, lower prices and much-improved workplace conditions. Johnson Brothers gained Royal Warrants from both Her Majesty and the Queen Mother, not to mention two Queen’s Award to Industry for services to the British economy. Restructuring & Final Years.
Go and tell my little playmates That I never more will play Give them all my toys, but Mother, Put my little shoes away. You will do this won't you Mother? Please remember what I say Give them all my toys, but Mother, Put my little shoes away. Santa Claus he brought them to me With a lot of other things And I thought he brought an angel With a pair of golden wings. Soon the baby will be larger And they'll fit his little feet Won't he look so nice and funny As he walks upon the street
My old house, you know. Move along now," said a sharp voice. The Sorting Ceremony's about to start. Professor McGonagall had returned. One by one, the ghosts floated away through the opposite wall. At the top of the hall was another long table where the teachers were sitting. Professor McGonagall led the first years up here, so that they came to a halt in a line facing the other students, with the teachers behind them. The hundreds of faces staring at them looked like pale lanterns in the flickering candlelight. On top of the stool she put a pointed wizard's hat. This hat was patched and frayed and extremely dirty. Aunt Petunia wouldn't have let it in the house.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–Vaughan's Happy Two||Put My Little Shoes Away
Arranged By – A. B. Sebren*
|B||–Johnson Brothers||On Top Of Old Smoky
Written-By – Johnson Brothers
- Baritone Vocals [Uncredited] – Arthur B. Sebren (tracks: A)
- Piano [Uncredited] – L. E. Heatwole (tracks: A)
- Tenor Vocals [Uncredited] – C. G. Wilson (tracks: A)
- Vocals [Uncredited], Guitar [Uncredited] – Charles Johnson (tracks: B)
- Vocals [Uncredited], Steel Guitar [Uncredited] – Paul Johnson (tracks: B)
NotesSide A recorded 20 September 1929 in Memphis, TN.
Side B recorded 24 May 1928 in Camden, NJ.
Side A matrix no. 55555-2.
Side B matrix no. 45205-2.
Side B matrix also released on Victor 21646 as titled "Smoky Mountain Far Away."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): A2 V40164B 3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): D 21646B 2