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Ed Morton / Arthur Collins And Byron G. Harlan - What Do You Mean, You Lost Your Dog? / On The Old Fall River Line album mp3

Ed Morton / Arthur Collins And Byron G. Harlan - What Do You Mean, You Lost Your Dog? / On The Old Fall River Line album mp3

Performer: Ed Morton
Title: What Do You Mean, You Lost Your Dog? / On The Old Fall River Line
Released: 1913
Style: Vocal
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 334
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Arthur Collins And Byron Harlan.

It is assumed that Collins first came into contact with tenor Byron G. Harlan within the context of the Big Four Quartet, and from then until the end of Collins' career in the early 1920s, Harlan was Collins's duet partner. Collins & Harlan were probably the most famous and popular male duo on early records. Arthur Collins recorded hundreds of songs, and in many cases he recorded the same song multiple times for various recording outfits. His signature song was The Preacher and the Bear, which he first recorded in 1905. Collins and Harlan also made best-selling records of tunes old and new that remain well cherished and iconic even in the twenty-first century, such as "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee", "Alexander's Ragtime Band", "Lily of the Valley", and "The Old Grey Mare".

Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND 1911. "Marching Thro' Georgia" classic Civil War song Byron G. Harlan & Joe Parsons. 2 With Arthur Collins. 3 with Aileen Stanley. 4 with Arthur Stanley.

Real Name: Byron George Harlan. Collins And Harlan, Harlan And Belmont, Harlan And Stanley. Variations: Viewing All Byron G. Harlan. Byron C. Harlan, Byron G. Harlan And Chorus, Byron G. Harlan With Orchestra Accomanpaniment, Byron Harlan, Harlan, Tenor Solo.

Byron Harlan songs download, free online mp3 listen. Arthur Collins and Byron Harlan - Camp Meeting Time (Edison, 1906). Arthur Collins, Arthur Collins and Byron Harlan - Down At the Huskin' Bee (Edison, 1909). album: Radio & Recording Rarities, Volume 25. Arthur Collins - Row, Row, Row Ziegfeld Follies of 1912. album: The King of the Ragtime Singers - The Best Of Arthur Collins. Arthur Collins, Arthur Collins, Byron G. Harlan - Al the Darktown Strutter's Ball. album: The Best of 1910S. Arthur Collins - The Old Gray Mare. album: Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan - Greatest Hits. Arthur Collins and Byron Harlan - Gone, Gone, Gone (Edison, 1904).

Arthur Collins, Arthur Collins Byron G. Harlan - My Gal Irene 02:32. Arthur Collins - Put Your Arms Around Me 02:52. Arthur Collins - Row, Row, Row Ziegfeld Follies of 1912 03:27. Arthur Collins, Collins & Harlan - That Funny Jas Band 02:50. Arthur Collins - The Old Gray Mare 02:42. Arthur Collins, Roger Bellon & Harlan Collins - The Wedding 01:55. Arthur Collins, Roger Bellon & Harlan Collins - There Can Be Only One 05:33.

Ever heard the original "(Ain't Nothin' But a) Hound Dog" recorded by Big Mama Thornton? You should. Charts from same decade.

Tracklist

A Ed Morton* What Do You Mean, You Lost Your Dog?
B Arthur Collins And Byron G. Harlan* On The Old Fall River Line
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