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Barney Rapp And His New Englanders - No More Love / Build A Little Home album flac Performer: Barney Rapp And His New Englanders
Title: No More Love / Build A Little Home
Released: 1933
MP3 album: 1688 mb
FLAC album: 1464 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: XM MIDI DMF RA AA MPC ASF
Genre: Jazz / Screen and stage

No More Love, Build A Little Home ‎(Shellac, 10"). Bluebird (3). B-5250.

A No More Love B Build A Little Home. Vocals – Bunny Welcome Written-By – Al Dubin, Harry Warren. From United Artists film "Roman Scandals". Recorded November 3, 1933, New York, NY - Studio 1. Related Music albums to No More Love, Build A Little Home by Barney Rapp And His New Englanders

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Tracklist

A No More Love
B Build A Little Home

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – RCA Victor Company, Inc.

Credits

  • Vocals [Refrain] – Bunny Welcome*
  • Written-By – Al Dubin, Harry Warren

Notes

From United Artists film "Roman Scandals".

Recorded November 3, 1933, New York, NY - Studio 1.