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|장르/형태:||Songs and music|
|음악 형식:||대중 음악|
|모든 저자 / 참여자:||
Bing Crosby; Hal Kemp; Rudy Vallée; Glen Gray; Kenny Baker; Shirley Temple; Dick Powell; Big Bill Broonzy; Uncle Dave Macon; Bill Cox; Woody Guthrie; Gene Autry; Pete Seeger; Deane Janis; Glenn Miller; Delmore Brothers.; Almanac Singers.; Evening Breezes Sextet.; Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
|메모:||At head of title: Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
Originally issued on various labels.
Durations on labels.
"American songs during the Great Depression," by Charles Hamm; program notes, including discographical information; "Selected bibliography"; and "Selected discography" (6 p. : ill.) bound in container.
|공연자||Bing Crosby ; Deane Janis; Hal Kemp ; Rudy Vallee ; Glen Gray ; Kenny Baker ; Shirley Temple ; Big Bill Broonzy ; Dick Powell ; Uncle Dave Macon ; Delmore Brothers ; Evening Breezes Sextet ; Bill Cox ; Woody Guthrie ; Gene Autry ; Pete Seeger & Almanac Singers ; Glenn Miller and his orchestra.|
|제품 설명:||Recorded 1931-1941.|
|설명:||1 sound disc (47 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.|
|내용:||Brother, can you spare a dime / Bing Crosby --
The boulevard of broken dreams / Deane Janis; Hal Kemp --
Life is just a bowl of cherries / Rudy Vallee --
In the still of the night / Glen Gray --
Love walked in / Kenny Baker --
On the good ship Lollypop / Shirley Temple --
Unemployment stomp / Big Bill Broonzy --
The gold diggers' song [ We're in the money] / Dick Powell --
All in and down and out blues / Uncle Dave Macon --
Fifteen miles from Birmingham / Delmore Brothers --
The coal loading machine / Evening Breezes Sextet --
NRA blues / Bill Cox --
I ain't got no home in this world anymore / Woody Guthrie --
The death of Mother Jones / Gene Autry --
All I want / Pete Seeger & Almanac Singers --
The white cliffs of Dover / Glenn Miller and his orchestra.
|일련 제목:||Recorded anthology of American music.|
|다른 제목||Boulevard of broken dreams.
Life is just a bowl of cherries.
In the still of the night.
Love walked in.
On the good ship Lollypop.
American song during the great depression