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Dinning Sisters: Back In Country Style

Turn Your Radio On
Thanks for the Buggy Ride
You'll Be Sorry
You Are Me Sunshine
Farther Along
Trouble In My Mind
Gospel Cannonball
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie
I'm Sorry Now
I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
Let's Draw Straws
I Only Want A Buddy Not A Sweetheart
The Last Thing I Want Is Your Pity
Home on the Range
Oh! Monah
I Called But Nobody Answered
Louisiana Hayride
Ridin' Down the Canyohn
San Antonio Rose
Morning On the Farm
In the Pines
Sweethearts or Strangers
The Traiil of the Lonesome Pine
When the Bloom is on the Sage
No Letter Today
Till We Meet Again

Although the Dinning Sisters found commercial fame in the 1940s as a close harmony trio in the style of the Andrews Sisters, their roots lay in the developing Country music of the 30's-not surprising as the girls were raised in rural Wichita, KS. "Back" has 26 tunes, many of them featuring George Barnes on guitar, all fairly lightly accompanied. This is upbeat music, falling into the general category of the 1920's Western Swing of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys ("San Antonio Rose," cut #19), and 1950's and 60's Rockabilly music. "Turn Your Radio On," Gene Autry's "You'll Be Sorry," "Gospel Cannonball," the jazzy "Oh! Monah," "Louisiana Hayride," "Sweethearts or Strangers - this is a generous helping of authentic, fun stuff from the sweet harmonied Dinnings. Recommended!

Item code: 4532C | 1 CD | $19.95 |add item to cart
Vocal Jazz  | Accompanied | Female | United States
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