The Pinetoppers download free and listen online. Dick Thomas & Vaughn Horton's Pinetoppers Forgetful. Otis Redding & the Pinetoppers Shout Bamalama. Louis Brooks & His Pinetoppers Bus Station Blues.
VAUGHN HORTON'S PINETOPPERS Forgetful/Bye Bye My Baby 7" 45 promo Decca. The PINETOPPERS - The Woodpecker Polka, Jolly Cop Polka CORAL 64114 - 78rpm. The Pinetoppers - Watz Of The Roses 7" 45-76735 Vinyl 45 USA 1951 Coral.
Dick Thomas - Ridin' 'Neath the Arizona Moon. album: Essential Cowboy Classics. Dick Thomas, Eileen Wilson - The Gods Were Angry With Me. album: Country, Ragtime, Rockin' Hillbilly & Cowboy Music. Dick Thomas - Don't Keep It a Secret. Dick Thomas, Vaughn Horton's Pinetoppers - Forgetful. Dick Hyman, Frank Trumbauer, Thomas Fats Waller - Wringin' and Twistin'.
Losing my head all along the road I slept for a week in a moving car It's late in the night and I'm still divided I turned it over in my mind Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye Oh Baby Bye Bye Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye My Baby Bye Bye. I did everything I could do for you Much more than is supposed of me I though it was enough but I was wrong I won't be on your side anymore Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye Oh Baby Bye Bye Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye My Baby Bye Bye. Maybe one day you'll remember But maybe all is fantasy Even if it looks like a dead end street It's really easy like pie. Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye.
Bye Bye Baby", a song written by Joey Ramone for the 1987 Ramones album Halfway to Sanity and later covered by Ronnie Spector. Bye Bye Baby, a song by Social Distortion from their 1992 album Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell. Bye Bye Baby (film)", a 1989 film starring Brigitte Nielsen and Carol Alt. "Bye, Bye Baby", a song written by Powell St. John, interpreted by Big Brother and the Holding Company on their first album, featuring Janis Joplin. Albert Henry "Harry" Thomas (1 July 1888 – 13 January 1963) was a British bantamweight professional boxer who won gold in Boxing at the 1908 Summer Olympics with a decision over John Condon. In 1909 he went to the United States, where he remained except for a trip to Australia in 1913 and a visit to England in 1947.
Although he sang and played steel guitar, guitar and mandolin, Horton is remembered as a songwriter. He played in college bands and with dance bands before his talented steel guitar playing led him to country music. In 1935, he and his brother Roy (bass) moved to New York City, where later with others including Ray Smith, Rusty Keefer and Johnny Browers, they formed the Pinetoppers and had their own show on NBC and CBS radio. The group’s vocals were by the Beaver Valley Sweethearts (Trudy and Gloria Marlin).
Bye Bye Baby" is a song recorded by American singer and songwriter Madonna, for her fifth studio album Erotica (1992). It was released on November 15, 1993, as the sixth and final single from the album. Bye Bye Baby" was written by Madonna, Shep Pettibone, and Anthony Shimkin and was produced by Madonna and Pettibone. The song is inspired by Madonna's emotions of that time and her S&M thoughts.