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  1. Who'll be the next one (To cry over you) Arthur Fields: Male vocal solo, with violin and orchestra: Victor: B in. 9/28/ If I forget: Ernestine Schumann-Heink: Contralto vocal solo, with violin and orchestra: Victor: B in. 10/10/ Love's ship: Charles Harrison: Male vocal solo, with violin and orchestra: Victor: B.
  2. Henry Burr performs Come To The Ball from "Quaker Girl" on side A and the Peerless Quartet performs It’s A Long Lane That Has No Turning on side B of this 78 vinyl record.
  3. KENTUCKY MARRIAGES 's 's. Submitted by AFOFG KT (From Original Records) Harrison, William and Peggy Miller, 25 May, , Lincoln Co.
  4. Apr 02,  · Your lips are no man's land but mine / McCarron and Morgan ; sung by Campbell and Burr. When I send you a picture of Berlin / Fay, Ryan and Dreyer ; sung by Arthur Fields and Peerless Quartette. Campell and Burr, vocals (Side A), Arthur Fields and the Peerless .
  5. May 19,  · Henry Burr had achieved eight number one singles during the decade of the s to date but Albert Campbell’s only chart-topper had been a duet with Burr in with The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine which also mentioned the state of Virginia and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Arthur Fields & Peerless Quartette The Peerless Quartet recruited.
  6. CONTENTS. REGISTER OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. to the current issue in a searchable PDF format. VOLUME 1. Number One, January A New Light on Daniel Boone’s Ancestry. History of the Lee Family, of Kentucky—Continued. General Henry Lee. His Granddaughter, Lucy C. Lee, of Maysville, Kentucky.
  7. Burr was accepted into the Columbia Quartet which later became the Peerless Quartet. He became its manager in He became its manager in For the next years, the Quartet and its later offshoot, the Sterling Trio, became one of the most popular recording groups in America, recording thousands of popular songs.
  8. When I lost you (Henry Burr) Bagdad (Billy Murray) Too much mustard (Prince's Band) Woodman, spare that tree (Bert Williams) The trail of the lonesome pine (Campbell and Burr) Melinda's wedding day (Collins and Hartan) My little Persian rose (Peerless Quartet) Pullman porters' parade (Al Jolson) Sailing down the Chesapeake Bay (American Quartet).

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