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Phil Harris And His Orchestra With The Sportsmen - 8th Street Association / Wine, Women And Song album flac

Phil Harris And His Orchestra With The Sportsmen - 8th Street Association / Wine, Women And Song album flac Performer: Phil Harris And His Orchestra
Title: 8th Street Association / Wine, Women And Song
Style: Novelty
Released: 1952
Country: US
MP3 album: 1659 mb
FLAC album: 1170 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: DMF MP1 AAC MP2 VOX AA ASF
Genre: Pop

from RCA Victor Records 20-4450 78 rpm orchestra directed by Walter Scharf.

Wine, women, and song" is a hendiatris that endorses hedonistic lifestyles or behaviors. A more modern form of the idea is often expressed as "sex and drugs and rock 'n' roll", a phrase popularized by British singer Ian Dury in his song of the same title. Bulgarian: Пиене, ядене и някоя сгодна женица, lit. 'drink, food and a good woman'.

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The Jungle Book" Original Cast, Phil Harris & His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra, Phil Harris And His Orchestra, Phil Harris Quartet, The Lofner-Harris St. Francis Hotel Orchestra. Variaciones: Verlas todas Phil Harris. Harris, P. Harris, Phil Harris and Chorus.

Phil Harris was born on June 24, 1904, in Linton, Indiana, but grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, and identified himself as a Southerner (his hallmark song was "That's What I Like About the South"). He was born to Harry and Dollie Harris. His mother was of Irish descent. The son of two circus performers, Harris's first work as a drummer came when his father, as tent bandleader, hired him to play with the circus band. Harris began his music career as a drummer in San Francisco, forming an orchestra with Carol Lofner in the latter 1920s and starting a long engagement at the St. Francis Hotel. The partnership ended by 1932, and Harris led and sang with his own band, now based in Los Angeles. Harris also played drums in the Henry Halstead Big Band Orchestra during the mid-1920s. In 1931, Lofner-Harris recorded for Victor.

He made his way to California where he worked with the Henry Halstead Orchestra before assembling his own dance band in partnership with pianist Carol Lofner at the Coconut Grove in Los Angeles. Highlights include a lush instrumental version of the Harris orchestra's theme song "Rose Room"; a list of toxic foods comprising the brilliantly funny "Some Little Bug (Is Gonna Find You Some Day)" and a wonderfully sober "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" As for the title track, "The Thing" has got to be the most energetic novelty ever devised about nothing in particular.

Leah Ray, Phil Harris and His Orchestra & The Three Ambassadors. That Dame I Call Mame. Leah Ray, Phil Harris and His Orchestra & The Three Ambassadors.

Phil Harris (born Wonga Philip Harris) (June 24, 1904 – August 11, 1995) was an American singer, songwriter, jazz musician and comedian. Though successful as an orchestra leader, Harris is remembered today for his recordings as a vocalist, his voice work in animation and the radio situation comedy in which he co-starred with his second wife, singer-actress Alice Faye, for eight years.

Tracklist

A 8th Street Association 2:35
B Wine, Women & Song 2:45

Notes

Disc Jockey Sample.
Faux "Not For Sale" sticker printed directly on label.
The Sportsmen appear only on the B side.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
20-4450 Phil Harris And His Orchestra 8th Street Association / Wine, Women And Song ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor 20-4450 US 1951
20-4450 Phil Harris And His Orchestra 8th Street Association / Wine, Women And Song ‎(7") RCA Victor 20-4450 US 1951