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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM records               

Andrews Sisters, Red Foley

Red Foley & Andrews Sisters Where is your wandering mother tonight?

Hang your head in shame

Red Foley There’ll Be Peace in the Valley for Me

Where Could I Go but the Lord?

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The Andrews Sisters were an American close harmony singing group of the swing and boogie-woogie eras.

Red Foley & Andrews Sisters Where is your wandering mother tonight?

Decca: Personality Series 28163 80941

Written by Earl Nunn

Hang your head in shame

80943, NA2389

Written Fred Rose, Ed G.Nelson

Red Foley There’ll Be Peace in the Valley for Me / Where Could I Go but the Lord

DECCA Faith Series 14573

Sacred Singing with Instrumental Accompaniment

Genre: Folk, World, & Country

Style: Country Blue Grass

Year: 1951?

A: Peace in the Valley

Songwriter Thomas A. Dorsey

Accompanied By Sunshine Boys Quartet, The

B: Where Could I Go But To the Lord

Clyde Julian Foley (1910 – 1968), known professionally as Red Foley, American singer, musician, and radio and TV personality who made a major contribution to the growth of country music after World War II. For more than two decades, Foley was one of the biggest stars of the genre, selling more than 25 million records. His 1951 hit, "Peace in the Valley", was among the first million-selling gospel records. 

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