Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 28 авг. 2018 г. Henry Burr and the Peerless Quartet sing I Want a Girl (Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad) on U-S Phonograph Co 1282, issued around 1911. The bass in this recording might be John Meyer. The group's original bass singer, Frank Stanley, died suddenly in December 1910. When I was a boy my mother often said to me Get married boy and see how happy you will be I have looked all over, but no girlie can I find, Who seems to be just like the little girl I have in mind, I will have to look around until the right one I have found
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Matrix, Runout (A side label): A724. Matrix, Runout (B side label): A725. Matrix, Runout (A side runout): A724 17365. Matrix, Runout (B side runout): A725 17366.
The Peerless Quartet, c. 1923 L-R: John H. Meyer, Henry Burr, Frank Croxton, Albert Campbell. Background information. Also known as. The Columbia (Male) Quartet The Climax Quartette. The Peerless Quartet was an American vocal group that recorded in the early years of the twentieth century. From about 1907, when they began to record for record labels other than Columbia, they were more widely known as the Peerless Quartet.
Peerless Quartet & Henry Burr 2017. You'll Be There (with Henry Burr). Popular World War 1 Songs (Vocals and Quartets) 2015. Like Washington Crossed the Delaware, Pershing Will Cross the Rhine (Recorded 1918). Arthur Collins and Bob Roberts also made appearances in the Columbia/Peerless groups. By the mid-1900s the group had settled as first tenor Campbell, second tenor Burr, baritone Steve Porter and bass Stanley. Just as individual artists were usually freelance in those days so too was the quartet but for these other recording sessions they adopted the name Peerless. In time, Columbia too used the name Peerless although the same company also named them the Climax Quartette when recording for a subsidiary label of that name.