Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Carl Ravazza & his Orchestra, Carson Robison Trio, Vienna’s Wine Gardens
Carl Ravazza and his Orchestra Waiting
This Heart of Mine
Carson Robison Trio - Get Your Gun and Come Along
I´m in the Army Now
Sunday at Vienna’s Wine garden
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Carl Ravazza (1910 – 1968), AKA as Carl Ravell,, American violinist, vocalist and bandleader.
WOR began broadcasting on February 22, 1922, using a 500-watt transmitter on 360 meters (833 kc.) from Bamberger's Department Store in Newark, New Jersey.
WOR Recording Studios 1010, M-19
Carl Ravazza and his orchestra
Written by Lawrence, Milton, Ravazza
Vocals on Both by Carl Ravazza
B: This Heart of Mine
11415 Carson Robison Trio - Get Your Gun and Come Along
68497 - December? 1941 -
11415 Carson Robison Trio - I´m in the Army Now
68498- December? 1941 –
Bluebird Records, A sub-label Of RCA Victor Records originally created in 1932 to counter the American Record Company in the "3 records for a dollar" market.
Carson Jay Robison (1890 - 1957) was an American country music singer and songwriter. Teamed up with Vernon Dalhart
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