Bradley Kincaid was sometimes called The Kentucky Mountain Boy in promotional materials like the photo shown. In January 1929, he recorded Liza Up In the ‘Simmon Tree for Gennett. Swipe left for record clip! Bradley Kincaid was of the first true ‘folk’ singers and composers. His style wasn’t as ‘country’ or rural as most balladeers of the late 1920’s. His voice was clear, and maybe a bit more sophisticated, so it worked well on the radio. His Midwestern delivery is much more like the classic folksingers of the 40’s and 50’s. A little digging around on the shelves last night revealed an Uncle Dave Macon album compilation that has a couple of tracks from 1928, for which we have no original 78 discs. Since we’re wrapping up 1928 now, we wanted to slide these in today.
Victim of Love is the second studio album by American soul singer Charles Bradley. It was released on April 2, 2013, by Daptone Records and Dunham Records. Victim of Love received widespread acclaim from critics.
I'm already on my way tonight The blood is on my hands, it's either do or die Don't even try to save my life (Save my life) They gon' memorize my name when I'm gone And they gon' recognize my face when I'm gone (They gon' love me when I'm gone). How do I disappear without anybody knowing? Will anybody even miss me when I'm gone? Bitch, hello (Hello, hello, hello, hello, hello, hello, hello) Don't fight the feeling 'cause I'm yellow (Yellow, yellow, yellow, yellow, yellow, yellow, yellow).
William Bradley Kincaid was an American folk singer and radio entertainer. He was born in Point Leavell, Garrard County, Kentucky but built a music career in the northern states. His debut radio performance came in 1926 on the National Barn Dance show on WLS-AM in Chicago, Illinois. He recorded on Gennett Records
Bradley Cooper - Shallow. Billie Eilish - when the party's over. Billie Eilish - i love you. twenty one pilots - Chlorine. Further on Up the Road. Give My Love to Rose. God's Gonna Cut You Down. Wreck of the Old '97. You Tell Me. You've Got a New Light Shining in Your Eyes. And don't forget to give my love to Rose. И не забудь, что я её любил. Give my love to Rose please won't you mister. Передай моей любимой Роуз.
Don't want to give my heart away To another stranger Don't let another day begin Won't let the sunlight in Oh I'll never love again Never love again Never love again Oh I'll never love again. Thanks to Los for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): Natalie Hemby, Hillary Lee Lindsey, Stefani (Lady Gaga) Germanotta, Aaron Ratiere, Hillary Lee Lindsey. In the film, this song was written by Jackson Maine. It was going to be a duet with Ally. Lady Gaga recorded this song shortly after she got to know that her friend had died
Bradley Kincaid - The Wreck on the C&O Road. Aufrufe 1 082Vor 8 years. Bradley Kincaid - Give My Love to Nell. Aufrufe 3 967Vor 8 years. Bradley Kincaid was among the first country/folk artists to gain wide exposure by performing on the very powerful Chicago radio station owned and sponsored by Sears & Roebuck that reached homes in the East, South, and Midwest. Sears sold his songbooks and records on their own labels, and even a "Bradley Kincaid Hound Dog" guitar, made in Chicago by Harmony, which Sears also owned at the time. mmkperez Vor 3 years. Our mother sang this.
|A||Give My Love To Nell|
|B||Wreck On The C. & O. Road|
- Vocals, Guitar – Bradley Kincaid
NotesBoth sides recorded ca. 28 January 1929 in Richmond, IN.
Side A matrix no. 14740.
Side B matrix no. 14742-B.
Credits, matrices and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."