Old Southern Sacred Singers - 'Tis A Picture From Life's Other Side / Where We Never Grow Old download album
A 'Tis A Picture From Life's Other Side B Where We Never Grow Old. Companies, etc. Record Company – The ender Company. Old Southern Sacred Singers. Label Category Country Year. Tis A Picture From Life's Other Side, Where We Never Supertone S2095 Grow Old (Shellac, 10", RE). US. Unknown.
Both sides recorded 10 December 1926 in New York, NY. Side A matrix no. E-4218. Side B matrix no. E-4216. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout): 115A 18. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout): 115B 16. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Smith's Sacred Singers were an amateur "shape-note" singing group led by J. Frank Smith, a Methodist teacher based in Braselton, GA. Relatively little is known about this group, which endured many personnel changes in its decade-long recording career, with Smith serving as the main constant. Altogether, Smith's Sacred Singers made a little over a hundred sides, many of which sold well and introduced to the catalog sacred material that would be recorded again and again by subsequent generations of Southern gospel singers. Uncle Dave Lewis, Rovi.
Originally by Smith's Sacred Singers. Released on 'Tis a Picture from Life's Other Side (1927). What a Friend We Have in Jesus. Released on The Home Over There (1927). Originally by Haydn Quartet with Orchestra. Released on Old Time Religion (1927).
Old Southern Sacred Singers 'Tis A Picture From Life's Other Side (BRUNSWICK 115) (1926). on Feb 18, 2014 by randomandrare. Pictures From Life's Other Side. on Nov 09, 2014 by The Seldom Scene - Topic. Woody Guthrie - Picture From Lifes Other Side. on Dec 16, 2008 by thedarkpoets. Smith's Sacred Singers - Pictures From Life's Other Side. on Feb 21, 2011 by Douglas Poe.
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|115||Old Southern Sacred Singers||'Tis A Picture From Life's Other Side / Where We Never Grow Old (Shellac, 10")||Brunswick||115||US||1927|
|S2095||Old Southern Sacred Singers||'Tis A Picture From Life's Other Side / Where We Never Grow Old (Shellac, 10", RE)||Supertone||S2095||US||Unknown|