The Sterling Trio led by Henry Burr sings "There's A Service Flag Flying At Our House" on Columbia A2493, recorded on January 10, 1918. Music is by Al W. Brown. Lyrics are by Thomas P. Hoier and Bernie Grossman. Their banners wave from every staff and dome, but the one I love to see, that means so much to me, is the flag that's flying at home. There's a service flag flying at our house, a blue star in a field of red and white. The Sterling Trio has three of the four Peerless Quartet members-that means that we are hearing Henry Burr, Albert Campbell, and John H. Meyer. The three voices blended beautifully, and for a decade Sterling Trio records sold well.
Recording dates: August 8, 1916 (side A), and August 11, 1916 (side B) A: Tenor with orchestra B: Male trio with orchestra.
Henry Burr - Stay Down Here Where You Belong - Till We Meet Again - Henry Burr And Albert Campbell - Alone At Last - Henry Burr - I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles Henry Burr Albert C Campbell 1919. Because I Love You - Henry Burr. Audubon Park - This Beach Is Just Okay (with Henry Miles on WXDU).
Henry Burr was a stage name, and not the only one used by Harry McClaskey. He was also known as: Alfred Alexander on Path. .In the '20s, Henry Burr was what would eventually come to be known as a pop phenomenon, although back in his era people might have thought that was some kind of new soft drink. Henry Burr was a stage name, and not the only one used by Harry McClaskey. He was also known as: Alfred Alexander on Pathe records; Alfred Knapp on Diva, Harmony, and Velvetone; Harry Barr on Harmony; Harry Haley on Apex and Cameo; Henry Gillette on Aurora; Irving Gillette on Edison and several other labels; Robert Bruce on Empire, Operaphone, Pathe, Perfect, and Emerson; Shamus McClaskey on Pathe and Emerson; and.
Aaron Burr, Sir Lyrics. Pardon me. Are you Aaron Burr, sir? That depends. Hamilton and Burr serve as foils throughout the show. Here they are introduced as two orphans coming from different backgrounds.
To Know You Is to Love You is the 22nd studio electric blues album by B. B. King, released in 1973. Produced by the musician and producer Dave Crawford in Philadelphia, it features the participation of Stevie Wonder and members of the famed MFSB session group, who formed the house band for Philadelphia International Records in the early and mid 1970s. I Like To Live the Love" (Dave Crawford, Charles Mann) - 3:29. Respect Yourself" (Luther Ingram, Mack Rice) - 5:13.
Dengarkan Let Me Love You olehBrian McKnight - 1989-2002 From There To Here. Deezer: streaming musik gratis. Temukan lebih dari 53 juta lagu, buat daftar putar Anda sendiri, dan bagi lagu favorit Anda dengan teman-teman. And maybe, just maybe I want somethin' more from you Than to get some ass Maybe there are things you could put me through Maybe we should do the things that lovers do So let me love you with all that I've got Let me love you from the top to the bottom, from the Bottom to the top Let me hold
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–Henry Burr||Are You From Heaven?
Written-By – Anatol Friedland, L. Wolfe Gilbert*
|B||–Sterling Trio||Give Me The Right To Love you
Written-By – Abe Glatt, Ben Bard
- Record Company – Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. Limited
NotesSide A: Tenor with orchestra
Site B: Vocal with orchestra
Berliner Gram-O-Phone Co. Limited, Montreal
This record is pressed from Victor Talking Machine Co. matrices. For sale & use in Canada only. Sold under conditions printed on envelope.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 18435A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 18435B
|18435||Henry Burr / Sterling Trio||Henry Burr / Sterling Trio - Are You From Heaven? / Give Me The Right To Love You (Shellac, 10")||Victor||18435||US||Unknown|