Frank Luther (August 4, 1899 - November 16, 1980) was an American country music singer, dance band vocalist, playwright, songwriter and pianist. Born Francis Luther Crow on a farm near Lakin, Kansas, forty miles from the Colorado line, he was raised on a farm near Hutchinson, Kansas, where his father, William R. Crow, and mother, Gertrude Phillips Crow, dealt in livestock and trotting horses.
Frank Luther (2). Vero nome: Francis Luther Crow. Profilo: Born August 4, 1899, died November 16, 1980. He was an American country music singer, dance band vocalist, playwright, songwriter and pianist, best known for his children's songs and stories.
Performer: Frank Luther; Zora Layman; Leonard StokesVocal with Guitar, Fiddle and Bass. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute . Other IDs from the record include: Album 25-1; (63769); (63768); Album 25-2. Notes of Interest: Technical Notes: Crackling and popping; some swishing due to groove wear Crackling and popping; occasional swishing.
Frank Luther –I Stumbled Over You. 6:07. Frank Luther –The Three Billy Goats Gruff. The High Hatters, Frank Luther, vocal –You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me (1930). Party Tyme Karaoke –The Lady Is A Tramp (Made Popular By Fran. :09. Leo Reisman and his Casino Royal Orchestra, Frank Luther vocal –You ve Got That Thing (1930). Frank Sinatra & Luther Vandross –The Lady Is A Tramp. Frank Luther Trio –Swaller Tail Coat. N. Y. Twelve and Hit of the Week Orchestra (Frank Luther) –You re Driving Me Crazy.
Frank Luther - All the Best (FULL ALBUM - GREATEST FOLK SINGER). The Three Billy goats gruff song by Frank Luther. A Child& First Record by Frank Luther. Decca Records A Childs First Christmas Frank Luther. Frank Luther - The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Little Red Hen Frank Luther Decca Records. Songs of Safety Frank Luther From Irving Caesar’s sing a song of safety Decca Records.
Слушайте и скачивайте frank luther на Хотплеере в mp. Frank Luther - Little Red Hen 05:36. Frank Luther - Climbing up the Golden Stairs 02:52. Frank Luther - Barbara Allen 03:13. Frank Luther - Outlaw John Dillinger 02:53. Frank Luther - Yesterdays 03:14. Frank Luther - Manners Can Be Fun 04:26. Frank Luther - What Would I Care 03:04. Frank Luther - A Gay Caballero 03:08. Frank Luther - Of Thee I Sing 03:01. Frank Luther - May I 02:59. Frank Luther - Something to Remember You By 02:47. Frank Luther - Alone Together 03:11. Orchestra Musica Concentrationaria, Francesco Lotoro, Angelo De Leonardis - My Songs without Words 03:32. Orchestra Musica Concentrationaria, Francesco Lotoro, Angelo De Leonardis - Magri Ma Sani 02:50. Orchestra Musica Concentrationaria, Francesco Lotoro, Angelo De Leonardis - In einem kleinen Cafè in Terezìn 04:20.
When he sings, it lifts the spirit of the place. The notes that King squeezes from his guitar, Lucille, are so sharp and pointed that it's easy to overlook the sounds that emanate from his mouth. Patti LaBelle pushes everything she sings over the top, from her early-Sixties hits with the Bluebelles through her politically minded Seventies records with her space-funk trio, LaBelle - including the French Quarter funk of "Lady Marmalade," from 1975 - to the past few decades' solo albums. She has inspired generations of soul singers - a pre-fame Luther Vandross was the first president of her fan club.
Frank Luther, one of the most-recorded voices of the 20th century, who cut virtually every type of song in formats ranging from Edison 78s to stereo Lps, appeared with his trio on the very first Hillbilly Heart-throbs broadcast in 1933 and, 40 years later, would refer to Ethel Park Richardson as a "wonderful woman whom I know very well. Frank and Zora had an NBC series of their own, presenting "Songs of America" to a network audience. Two exquisite album sets of Stephen Foster songs were recorded for Decca, and two album sets of Civil War songs were followed by albums of Irish melodies, Songs of Old New York, and Songs of Old California. All this Americana prompted the energetic Luther to write and publish a book, Americans and Their Songs, presenting an overview of popular music in the USA from colonial days to the 1890s.
All songs and all albums Frank Luther (2) You can listen for information on the site. Download the album or mp3, watch videos Frank Luther (2). All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as F. Luther, Frank, Frank Luther, Luther.
|A1||Blue Tail Fly|
|A2||Get On Board|
|A3||The Frog Went A Courtin'|