» » Louie Bashell And His Silk Umbrella Orchestra

Louie Bashell And His Silk Umbrella Orchestra mp3 album

Louie Bashell And His Silk Umbrella Orchestra  mp3 album Performer: Louie Bashell And His Silk Umbrella Orchestra
Size MP3: 1413 mb
Size FLAC: 1458 mb
Rating: 4.5

Louie Bashell & His Silk Umbrella Orchestra - Oklahoma Boogie. album: Cowboy Swing Classics, Vol. 1. The Columbia Pictures Orchestra - Lovely Maria and Cowboy Hangover (From "Cowboy"). James Edward Curnow, John Towner Williams, Miyagawa Akira, Osaka Shion Wind Orchestra - The Cowboys: from the Motion Picture ''The Cowboy and the Girl''. album: Music from the Cotton Club. Galactic Cowboy Orchestra - The Broken Marionette. album: The Limits of Acceptable Pitch: Galactic Cowboy Orchestra Live. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Cowboy from Brooklyn. Halle Choir, Halle Orchestra James Loughran - Cowboy Carol. album: Favourite Christmas. Geraldo And His Orchestra, René Cutworth - Ragtime Cowboy Joe. album: Nation Shall Speak Peace Unto Nation. Karaoke Bar Orchestra - Cowboy Cadillac.

Songs from Musette aux USA by Louie Bashell and His Orchestra. Louie Bashell and His Orchestra. Style: pop. Album year: 2014.

Bavarian Echo Band, The - Page ( Author ?) The following have appeared on the 4 recordings I have. I do not know who is a current member and who is a former member.

It's Polka Time" "Hosa Dyna Polka" "Polka Chips Polka" & "Mary Lou Polka" LAWRENCE DUCHOW "Hot Clarinet Polka" "I Love To Polka" "Cinderella" & "Emilia Polka" DICK RODGERS & HIS ORCHESTRA "Tom & Jerry Polka" & "Kunesh Waltz" LOUIE BASHELL & HIS SILK UMBRELLA ORCHESTRA "Pennsylvania Pike Polka" & "Shuffle Blues" SEVEN SHARPS ORCHESTRA "Old Gray Mare" & "Goodtime Polka" FRANZ SCHERMANN & THE ALPINERS "Vienna Le. .

Bashell formed his first trio in the 1930s. He played accordion and he hired a drummer and saxophone player. Bashell formed a 5-piece band in the late 1940s; their recording of the Slovenian folk song, "Zidana Marela," ("Silk Umbrella") was successful. Bashell said "It sold out as fast as they could make the records. Then RCA Victor came along and hired us to make records for them, and we were on the RCA label for almost eight years. RCA wanted Bashell to promote the records on a lengthy national tour, but he refused