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Peerless Quartette / Albert Campbell  and Henry Burr - My Grand-Father's Girl, She Was A Grand Old Girl / Through These Wonderful Glasses Of Mine mp3 download Performer: Peerless Quartette
Album: My Grand-Father's Girl, She Was A Grand Old Girl / Through These Wonderful Glasses Of Mine
Released: 1916
Style: Vocal
Size MP3: 1649 mb.
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A. –Peerless Quartette. My Grand-Father's Girl, She Was A Grand Old Girl. Side A: Vocal quartette, Male voices, Orchestra accompaniment. Side B: Tenor duet, Orchestra accompaniment. Both sides: Price in . Matrix, Runout (Side A): 46775. Matrix, Runout (Side B): 46788.

Albert Charles Campbell (August 19, 1872 – January 25, 1947) was an American popular music singer who recorded between the late 1890s and the 1920s. He was best known for his many duo recordings with Henry Burr, and as a member of the Peerless Quartet and other vocal groups, but also recorded successfully as a solo singer both under his own name and under various pseudonyms including Frank Howard.

Now she walked up and down the street all day Selling neckties to the ones who'd pay If you couldn't afford them, then she'd give 'em away (Sally was a good old girl). Sally was a good old girl (Ah, ah, ah) Sally was a good old girl (Oh yes) No matter what the request, she gave it her best Sally was a good old girl.

Albert Campbell and Henry Burr. Additionally, Burr was a consummate team player on early Peerless Quartet songs-and the two songs on Anthology back up the boast of the quartet’s name. From Franz Lehar’s worldwide success The Merry Widow, the Peerless introduce Women, a masterpiece of early acoustic recording technology. Burr and his partners trade lines and harmonize masterfully in this 1908 recording, when basso Frank Stanley was in charge of the group. Everyone who has hear of old records has heard the name of Henry Burr, but never before have his songs been collected on CD. With this, our second Anthology collection, Archeophone shows once again why we are the leader in issuing the most important acoustic-era artists. This release is included in the following packages.

Don't Take My Darling Boy Away - Peerless Quartet. There's a Long, Long Trail - James F Harrison & James Reed. You'll Always be the Same Sweet Girl - James F Harrison & James Reed. Following in Father's Footsteps - Vesta Tilley. Alabama Jubilee - Arthur Collins & Byron G Harlan.

In addition, Henry Burr, Albert Campbell and Arthur Collins also recorded very successfully as solo singers: Burr and Collins, in particular, were two of the most popular singers of the first two decades of the century. In 1918, Collins left the group and was replaced by Frank Croxton

I Want a Girl Just Like the One Who Married Dear Old Dad ( Peerless Quartet, 1911) 24. Oh What a Pal Was Mary (1919) 25. The Missouri Waltz (Hush-a-Bye Ma Baby) (with Albert Campbell, 1917) 26. What’ll I Do? (with Marcia Freer, 1924) 27. Goodbye Broadway, Hello France! . That Wonderful Mother of Mine (1919). 91. My Little Girl (with Albert Campbell, 1915) 92. Tip Top Tipperary Mary ( Peerless Quartet, 1915) 93. When the Angelus Is Ringing ( Peerless Quartet, 1914) 94.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Peerless Quartette My Grand-Father's Girl, She Was A Grand Old Girl
Written-By – Dillon*
B Albert Campbell and Henry Burr Through These Wonderful Glasses Of Mine
Written-By – Von Tilzer*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company

Notes

Side A: Vocal quartette, Male voices, Orchestra accompaniment

Side B: Tenor duet, Orchestra accompaniment

Both sides:
Price in U.S. 75c
Price in Canada 85c

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 46775
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 46788