Polka Dutchmen - Gibbon's Original Old Tyme Band mp3 album
Title: Gibbon's Original Old Tyme Band
Size MP3: 1848 mb
Size FLAC: 1254 mb
Format: AIFF MP3 WAV XM MIDI WMA APE
Profile: Gibbon, Minnesota. Gibbon's Original Old Tyme Band (LP). Red Rose Records (2). RR 1014.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Old Heidelberg Polka.
Old Heidelberg Polka. America's Greatest Polka Band (CD).
Album: Polka Band, 2011. Has been played on. United States 1.
Six Fat Dutchmen - Solo Polka 01:50. Six Fat Dutchmen - Harvest Time Schottische 02:41. Six Fat Dutchmen - Grandmother's Joy Waltz 02:08. Six Fat Dutchmen - Windmill Polka 02:19. Six Fat Dutchmen - Holly Grove Polka 02:23. Six Fat Dutchmen - Ursczula Polka 02:34. Six Fat Dutchmen - Jolly Crown Polka 03:06. Six Fat Dutchmen - Old Heidelberg Polka 02:25. Greatest Hits - Six Fat Dutchmen. Polka Band - Six Fat Dutchmen. Greatest Hits Volume 2 - Six Fat Dutchmen. America's Greatest Polka Band - Six Fat Dutchmen. Réveil en fanfare no. 3 - Six Fat Dutchmen.
The Six Fat Dutchmen was a polka band formed around 1932 by Harold Loeffelmacher in New Ulm, Minnesota. The band was known mostly for playing the "Oom-pah" style of polka music that originated from Germany and the German-speaking areas of Czechoslovakia. They were regular performers at the then-famous George’s Ballroom in New Ulm, and were voted Number One Polka Band for seven years in a row by the National Ballroom Operators Association. Compilations of their music continue to be produced and sold, more than 70 years after the band's founding. The band appeared often on a local television station in Mankato, Minnesota, and their popularity grew to the point where they played the Nebraska State Fair for 26 straight years. The Six Fat Dutchmen played the Aragon and Trianon ballrooms in Chicago, broadcasting live on radio station WGN.
Snap! Rhythm Is a Dancer (Original Mix).
|A1||Old Lady Polka|
|A3||Bye Bye Baby Polka|
|A4||Blue Skirt Waltz|
|B1||Lapp Lind Polka|
|B3||New California Polka|
|B5||St. Louis Polka|
- Bells – John (Hans) Luehring*
- Concertina – Leon Rettig, Roland Meyer
- Drums – LaVerne Bianchi
- Horn [Bass] – Wayne Bulau
NotesRecorded at Don and Ida Bell's Crow's Nest Bar