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8 thoughts on “ Someone Is Losin Susan - The Goofus Five - The Goofus Five 1925-1926 (Vinyl, LP)

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  3. Sep 29,  · Someone's Losin ' Susan Cray Quilt The Lp features mostly the hot sides the band recorded, including what must surely be the first recordings Nat Gonella made of both 'Oh! Monah' & 'Georgia On My Mind' (he went on to re-record them again at least 4 or 5 times each!). The Goofus Five () The Nat Gonella Story () Washboard.
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  5. Aug 31,  · Provided to YouTube by Daredo Someone Is Losin Susan · The Goofus Five / The Goofus Five Whisper ℗ Vintage Music Association S.P. Released on: Mus.
  6. All 78s are graded as best as possible. This is a E - to v - condition. All has scratches and skuffs. And a chip on rim. Dus not affect play. Record is a strong player and still sounds inconmedipecopapunhostfigulec.xyzinfo records are tested with out any filters. Just plade from a turntable to the inconmedipecopapunhostfigulec.xyzinfo look at End date: Jun 16,
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  8. Sep 24,  · The Goofus Five () Yes Sir, That's My baby Honey, I'm In Love With You Someone's Losin ' Susan The first passage of the sleeve notes on the back of this Lp reads 'Adrian Rollini both guaranteed himself immortality and set up his own ultimate undoing the first time he ever touched a bass saxophone.

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