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Willard Robison / Deep River Orchestra - Deep River Blues / Darby Hicks "American Suite No. 3" album


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B. –Deep River Orchestra. Darby Hicks "American Suite No. 3". Notes. Demonstration record without catalog number, sold for 15 cents.

born on 18/9/1884 in Shellbina, Missouri, United States. died on 24/6/1968 in Peekskill, NY, United States. In the late 1920s, Robison organized the Deep River Orchestra, later hosting a radio show entitled The Deep River Hour in the early 1930s. During the 1920s, Robison recorded extensively for Perfect Records, with scores of vocal recordings accompanying himself on piano (displaying his rather eccentric stride piano style), as well as "Deep River Orchestra" recordings using standard stock arrangements (including many popular and obscure songs) An interesting recording was his fox trot arrangement of George Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue on both sides of Perfect. Darby Hicks (American Suite No. 3) (Perfect 14744/Pathe 36563) 10/22/26. The Music Of A Mountain Stream (American Suite No. 4) (Perfect 14755/Pathe 36574) 11/22/26.

1 Beloved 2 Tho' You Threw Me Down. 1. David Rose And His Orchestra - The River Seine 2. Deep River Boys - You're Not Too Ol' (To Rock And Roll) 3. Russ Morgan And His Orchestra - Cruising Down The River.

Dear Can It Be Willard Robison. Companies, etc. Manufactured By – A/S Nera. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): G4PB-2927 Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): G4PB-5861. You're Not Too Ol', (Home) How Dear Can It Be (7", Single).

Deep River" American Suite No 7 Perfect 14774/Pathe 36593 11/22/26. Harlem Blues" American Suite No 8 Perfect 14821/Pathe 36640 4/20/27. He recorded for Perfect Records and Pathé Records from 1926 to 1928 Between 1928 and 1930, he recorded for Columbia, Harmony and associated Diva and Velvet Tone labels and Victor He also recorded a session in 1937 for Master Records. Jack Teagarden recorded a critically praised album of Robison's songs in 1962 entitled Think Well of Me Robison died in Peekskill, New York in 1968, aged 73.

Deep River (American Suite No. 7) (Perfect 14774/Pathe 36593) 11/22/26. Harlem Blues (American Suite No. 8) (Perfect 14821/Pathe 36640) 4/20/27. He recorded for Perfect & Pathe from 1926 to 1928. Between 1928 and 1930, he recorded for Columbia, Harmony and Victor.

In the late 1920s, Robison organized the Deep River Orchestra, later hosting a radio show entitled The Deep River Hour in the early 1930s. During the 1920s, Robison recorded extensively for Perfect Records, with scores of vocal recordings accompanying himself on piano (displaying his rather eccentric stride piano style), as well as Deep River Orchestra recordings using standard stock arrangements.

Tracklist

A Willard Robison Deep River Blues
B Deep River Orchestra Darby Hicks "American Suite No. 3"

Notes

Demonstration record without catalog number, sold for 15 cents.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side label): 2463
  • Matrix / Runout (B side label): 2570
  • Other (Stamped under label Side A): 32201B
  • Other (Stamped under label Side B): 36563B

Willard Robison / Deep River Orchestra - Deep River Blues / Darby Hicks "American Suite No. 3" album
Performer: Willard Robison
Title: Deep River Blues / Darby Hicks "American Suite No. 3"
Category: Blues
Released: 1926
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 224
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