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Kaplans Melodists / Ernest Hare - Seven Or Eleven (My Dixie Pair ODice) (Edison Disc)

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  1. Songs Of Other Days / Come Back To Erin ‎ (Edison Disc) Edison Records: US: Sell This Version: Kaplan's Melodists / Ernest Hare: Kaplan's Melodists / Ernest Hare - Seven Or Eleven (My Dixie Pair O'Dice).
  2. Dec 15,  · The Dixie Melody, Fox-Trot (Chas. A. Arthur) – Kaplan’s Melodists, Edison (USA) NOTE: The Dixie (or Dixieland) is a nickname for the Southern United States, especially those states that.
  3. Jul 23,  · Harry Edison, (“Sweets”), American jazz trumpeter who was noted for his muted stylings; he was a soloist in Count Basie’s classic lates band, appeared in the noted Gjon Mili short film Jammin’ the Blues (), and stayed with Basie until He later toured with the Jazz at the Philharmonic troupe and in combos with saxophonists Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis and Jimmy Forrest.
  4. Mickey Newbury used the opening verse from "Dixie" as the introduction for his three-song medley "An American Trilogy" in , together with "All My Trials" and "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." His version peaked at #26 on the Hot , while a cover by Elvis .
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  6. Lester Young & Harry "Sweets" Edison* ‎– Pres & Sweets Label: Verve Records ‎– UMV Series: Immortal Jazz On Verve III – Vol.8 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Mono Country: Japan Released: Genre: Jazz. Style: Swing. Tracklist Hide Credits. A1: Mean To Me Written-By.
  7. Other articles where Dixie is discussed: Daniel Decatur Emmett: His song “Dixie,” written in , was originally a “walk-around,” or concluding number for a minstrel show. It attained national popularity and was later the unofficial national anthem of the Confederacy during the American Civil War (–65) and of the South thereafter.
  8. As the title implies, His Epic Hits: First Eleven covers the first 11 hits Merle Haggard had on Epic Records, including "Are the Good Times Really Over (I Wish A Buck Was Still Silver)," "Pancho & Lefty," "Reasons to Quit," "That's the Way Love Goes," "My Favorite Memory," "What Am I Gonna Do (With the Rest of My LIfe)," and "You Take Me for Granted.".
  9. Feb 10,  · Just in time for Valentine's Day, E! News has exclusively learned that 7th Heaven star Barry Watson is headed to Hart of Dixie to shake things up in .

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