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The Dinning Sisters - Songs We Sang At The National Barn Dance download album

  • Performer: The Dinning Sisters
  • Title: Songs We Sang At The National Barn Dance
  • Genre: Jazz / Pop / Country - World
  • Formats: DMF WMA MP1 MOD MP2 WAV VOX
  • Released: 1986
  • Style: Country, Vocal
  • MP3 album: 1500 mb
  • FLAC album: 1567 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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The Dinning Sisters - Songs We Sang At The National Barn Dance download album

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The Dinning Sisters covered My Adobe Hacienda, Buttons and Bows, If I Had My Life to Live Over, Aunt Hagar's Blues and other songs. The Dinning Sisters originally did If I Had My Life to Live Over, Aunt Hagar's Blues, Once in a While, Brazil and other songs. Vocal group originally consisting of sisters from Oklahoma. Lou Dinning ( - 1946) Jean Dinning Ginger Dinning Dolores Dinning (ca. 1950-1952). Released on Songs We Sang at the National Barn Dance (1986). Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.

The Dinning Sisters were an American sisters singing group, active from 1941 to 1955. The trio consisted of Ella Lucille "Lou" Dinning (September 29, 1920 – April 28, 2000), Jean Dinning (March 29, 1924 – February 22, 2011) and Virginia "Ginger" Dinning (March 29, 1924 – October 14, 2013). Jean and Ginger were twins. In 1939, the Dinnings had a program on WENR in Chicago, Illinois Recording. Lucille (Lou) Dinning once said, "Let's face it, the Andrews Sisters were way ahead of us. We tried our darndest to be as commercial as they were, but weren't flashy enough. We were all kind of shy. We came from a farm in Oklahoma.

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The trio consisted of Ella Lucille "Lou" Dinning (September 29, 1920 – April 28, 2000),Jean Dinning (March 29, 1924 – February 22, 2011) and Virginia "Ginger" Dinning (March 29, 1924 – October 14, 2013). Lucille left the group in 1946 to be replaced by Jayne Bundeson who stayed until 1952. 1946, role: actress, character name: The Dinnig Sisters. 1944, role: actress, character name: Sister Simging Act. The Dinning Sisters. 100 Classic Christmas Songs released: 2012. Caro Emerald Presents: Drum Rolls & Heart Breaks released: 2012. Nova 24h: Une journée dans la vie de Radio Nova released: 2009. Ultra Lounge: The Best of Christmas Cocktails released: 2007. Eterna Magia Internacional released: 2007. Pottery Barn Christmas Classics released: 2006. Seems Like Old Times released: 2004.

The Dinning Sisters: все альбомы, включая Sisters of the 40's, Wave to Me, My Lady, Almost Sweet and Gentle и другие. Almost Sweet and Gentle. Back In Country Style. in2The Dinning Sisters - Volume 1. The Very Best Of The Dinning Sisters.

The Dinning Sisters, Mark Dinning, and Toad the Wet Sprocket - (OUR FAMILY MEMBERS)! Ginger Dinning is my hubby's mother, Mark Dinning is hubby's Uncle, and Dean Dinning of Toad the Wet Sprocket is hubby's Cousin. Toad The Wet Sprocket Cousins Aunt Girl Group Singing Sisters Big Sisters Sister Quotes. The Lennon Sisters Twin Sisters Siblings Love Your Sister My Sister Brother Girl Group Los '60 Cousins. The Dinning Sisters in THE NATIONAL BARN DANCE.

Reminiscent of the other "sisters" groups (the Andrews Sisters, the Boswell Sisters), the Dinning Sisters had warm, bright harmonies that were just as smooth as their contemporaries. The group shifted easily from bold hip-shakers like "Sentimental Gentleman from Georgia" to silky croons like "I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance" and the superb "The Way You Look Tonight. Highlighting the album is the group's biggest hit "Buttons and Bows," a smart and bouncy tune that showcases perfectly their understated vocal style and deserves a place on any vocal pop collection. Overall, The Best of the Dinning Sisters stands strong as an excellent example of 1940s vocal pop, and proves that the Dinning Sisters should be recognized as one of the top acts of their particular genre.

The Dinning Sisters were an American female vocal group, most popular in the 1940s. The group consisted of Eugenia (Jean), Virginia, and Lucille (Lou) Dinning. These sisters were born in Caldwell, Kansas and raised in Oklahoma. They first gained exposure on the NBC Radio show "Barn Dance".

Tracklist

A1 Down In The Divin' Bell
A2 When The Bloom Is On The Sage
A3 Ridin' Down The Canyon
A4 Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie
A5 San Antonio Rose
A6 The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine
A7 Sweethearts Or Strangers
A8 Home On The Range
A9 I'm Sorry Now
A10 Mornin' On The Farm
B1 I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
B2 Nobody Answered Me
B3 Turn Your Radio On
B4 In The Pines
B5 Farther Along
B6 The Gospel Cannonball
B7 Oh Monah!
B8 No Letter Today
B9 Let's Draw Straws
B10 Trouble In Mind


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