Слушайте Collins And Harlan и скачивайте бесплатно в формате mp3 прямо сейчас, без кодов, смс и регистрации. Every Little Bit Added To What You've Got Makes Just A Little Bit More - Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan. I want to be down home in Dixie - Arthur Collins & Byron G. The International Rag - Arthur Collins.
Mary Ann Mobley Collins Tribute: LOS ANGELES (AP) - A former Miss. Mobley Collins was also a documentarian, traveling to Cambodia, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Somalia, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Sudan to make movies about the struggle s of homeless and starving children. She and her husband were also active humanitarians, raising money and awareness for organizations such as the March of Dimes and the United Cerebral Palsy Association.
Collins & Harlan, the team of American singers Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan formed a popular comic duo between 1903 and 1926. They sang ragtime standards as well as what were known as "coon songs" – music sung by white performers in a black dialect. Their material also employed many other stereotypes of the time including Irishmen and farmers. Collins and Harlan produced many number one hits with recordings of minstrel songs such as "My Gal Irene", "I Know Dat I'll be Happy Til I Die", "Who Do You Love?" and "Down Among the Sugarcane". Their song "That Funny Jas Band from Dixieland", recorded November 8, 1916, is among the first recorded uses of the word "jas" which eventually evolved to "jass", and to the current spelling "jazz". Ain't You Coming Out Tonight?", "Swingin in De Sky".
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