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Frank Assunto - After You've Gone / Wailin' Blues download album

  • Performer: Frank Assunto
  • Title: After You've Gone / Wailin' Blues
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Released: 1951
  • Style: Dixieland
  • MP3 album: 1294 mb
  • FLAC album: 1185 mb
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Frank Assunto - After You've Gone / Wailin' Blues download album

Performer: Frank Assunto's Dukes of Dixieland; Frank Assunto; Bill Shea; Stanley Mendelson; "Little Chink" Martin; "Buck" Rogers; Fred Assunto; Betty Owens Writer: Wallace; Weeks; Frank Assunto; Martin Abraham J. Creamer; Layton. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer these records. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1.

Label: New Orleans Bandwagon – NOB-10B Type: Vinyl, 10", 78 RPM, EP, Mono Country: USA & Canada Date of released: 1951 Category: Jazz Style: Dixieland.

A After You've Gone B Wailin' Blues. Matrix, Runout: RWP-20 Matrix, Runout: RWP-19.

Singer: Frank Assunto. Title: After You've Gone, Wailin' Blues. Matrix, Runout: RWP-20.

After you've gone - and left me crying After you've gone - there's no denying You'll feel blue - you're gonna be sad You've missed the dearest pal that (slickest partner) you ever had. There'll come a time - don't you forget it (Yeah) There'll come a time - when you're gonna regret it Some day when you get lonely Your heart will break like mine - (and) you'll want me only. After you've gone (split) - after you've gone away (flown the coop). After we paid - our dues together You should have stayed - through all that nasty weather.

After You've Gone" lyrics. Now listen honey while i say How can you fix your mind to say you're going away

After You've Gone" (c. 1998). Cafe Songbook Reading Room. Critics Corner Lyrics Lounge. A recorded version of Austen singin "After You've Gone" appears on the album This Is Gene Austen. DVD of Joan Crawford films including Sadie McKee. In this context, he sees "After You've Gone" as a precursor to many Great American Songbook standards "coloring the great 'ballads' of the 1920s, from Berlin's 'All by Myself' to Richard Whiting's '(I Got a Woman Crazy for Me) She's Funny That Way' (1928), and flowering in the earthy lyrics of Johnny Mercer set to Harold Arlen's.


A After You've Gone
B Wailin' Blues

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  • Matrix / Runout: RWP-20
  • Matrix / Runout: RWP-19

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