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Peck’s Male Quartette - Sing Of His Word / The Home Over There download flac

Performer: Peck’s Male Quartette
Title: Sing Of His Word / The Home Over There
Style: Country, Gospel
Category: Folk - Country
Size FLAC: 1683 mb
Size MP3: 1437 mb
Size WMA: 1590 mb
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A. Sing Of His Worde. B. The Home Over There. Baritone Vocals – H. D. Wallace. Bass Vocals – Emory Peck. Piano – Catherine Boswell. Tenor Vocals – C. P. Sheffield, J. C. Cronic.

Recorded in April of 1929. Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Top. Peck's Male Quartette - Eternity.

The song "Over There" is about the "Yanks" (. Americans) going "over there" (. across the Atlantic) to help fight the "Huns" (. the Germans) during World War I. In 1936, Cohan was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for writing the song. Lyrics to "Over There" by George M. Cohan. Johnnie get your gun, get your gun, get your gun Take it on the run, on the run, on the run Hear them calling you and me Every son of liberty. CHORUS (repeated twice): Over there, over there Send the word, send the word over there That the Yanks are coming, the Yanks are coming The drums are rum-tumming everywhere. So prepare, say a prayer Send the word, send the word to beware We'll be over there, we're coming over And we won't come back till it's over over there.

London) 5. Neither his father nor his mother was like other people. 2 homogeneous members connected by conj neither nor always in sing) (Dreiser) 6. It was dark and quiet. Collins) 7. Plenty of girls have taken to me like daughters and cried at leaving me. (Shaw) 8. He and I have nothing in common. Galsworthy)(word group consisting of 2 nouns connected by the conj and ) 9. But I wonder no wealthy nobleman (дворянин; аристократ) or gentleman has taken a fancy to her: Mr. Rochester, for instance

His old-time pluck-and-strum banjo style was so good, reported Joel Chandler Harris in the Atlanta Constitution, when Polk Miller plays, you may look for a live nigger to jump out of his banjo – high praise indeed from the creator of Uncle Remus. The Old South Quartette. Polk Miller’s Old South Quartette produced four Edison Amberol cylinders and three Standard cylinders at their November 1909 session. For his first recording, Polk plucked and strummed banjo and sang lead on a rousing version of The Bonnie Blue Flag, the Confederate rallying song. This was an era of unprecedented racial violence, with over 2,000 African Americans lynched in the first years of the new century. In their travels, Miller and his quartet no doubt encountered the same angry glares and hand-lettered signs that had caused such dread in . Handy and other traveling musicians: Nigger don’t let the sun go down on you here.

Over 200 people will stand perfectly still in the street for one hour in an exciting 'living art' show. 2. That artist had learning difficulties when he was a young student, and only felt happy when he was painting. 3. Why does that artist want to remain anonymous? I really want to know who made this stunning liece of work! 4. Jane shows a lot of artistic creativity; she should think about becoming a professional photographer. 5. Joe Tyler is an exciting new street artist who wants to bring colour to the pavements of London. 1. Joshua's work is sure to impress the judges at the art competition; the first prize is his! 2. A teen spray-painted some graffiti on my garage door and it took me two hours to remove it! 3. Photographer Sam Kubala will host a new photography show on Channel 4 this summer.

Tracklist

A Sing Of His Worde
B The Home Over There

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals [Uncredited] – H. D. Wallace
  • Bass Vocals [Uncredited] – Emory Peck
  • Piano [Uncredited] – Catherine Boswell
  • Tenor Vocals [Uncredited] – C. P. Sheffield, J. C. Cronic

Notes

Quartet credits termed "possible" by Russell .

Both sides recorded ca. April 1929 in Long Island City, NY.

Side A matrix no. 442.
Side B matrix no. 448-A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 442
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 448A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 442
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 448-A

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