Russ Carlson & His Orchestra - Thou Shalt Not

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Although this issue is credited Russ Carlson, who is the featured pianist, the musical direction of the Crown house bands was is in the hands of Adrian Schubert from 1930 and onwards. Schubert engaged such well known musicians as Mannie Klein, Miff Mole, Tony Partenti and Larry Binyon. This recording, made in 1932, does feature Harold Van Emburgh on vocal.

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Fatsfan, Fred, there's quite an array of other great songs that would be delightful uploads :-)
Par kspm0220s il y a 5 ans
There's some other great ones also, Dick Robertson's "Now's the Time To Fall In Love" and "Concentratin" (both probably Schubert) The Highsteppers "Rain Rain Go Away" and Carlson's "My Heart's At Ease" With Elmer. just to name a few, I won't even go into the fabulous Joel Shaw's
Par phred001 il y a 5 ans
Despite the quirky lyric (poking fun at the Ten Commandments) this is a brilliant arrangement and what a driving beat. I love the banjo work, especially in the final chorus, and also Carlson's happy piano playing. It's up there with "Hello Gorgeous", "Banking On The Weather" and "You Can't Stop Me". Only bettered by "Oceans Of Love" (Patrick's brilliant DM post).
Par fatsfan71 il y a 5 ans
Genia, well... it still is a great performance, and I gladly refer to my yesterday's posting of "Tomorrow Is Another Day" with the actual, one and only Elmer.
Par kspm0220s il y a 5 ans
Thank you Ginny :-)))
Par kspm0220s il y a 5 ans
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