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Performer: Nick Lucas "The Crooning Troubadour" Writer: Dubin; Burke. Voice with Guitar and Orchestra; From the Motion Picture "Gold Diggers of Broadway". Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 50. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames.
Nick Lucas Tip-toe Thru' the Tulips living era CD 1923-1939. United Transcriptions CD. Souvenir Album. Nick Lucas "The Crooning Troubadour" Rare recordings from the 1930s. The Crooning Troubadour'. 1. You're Driving Me Crazy. 2. I Miss A Little Miss. 3. You Didn't Have To Tell Me (I Knew It All The Time). 4. When You Were The Blossom Of Buttercup Lane (And I Was Your Little Boy Blue). 5. Walkin' My Baby Back Home. 6. Running Between The Raindrops. 7. When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain. 8. An Evening In Caroline. 9. All Of Me. 10. Good Night Ladies. 11. Picking The Guitar.
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Known as the "Nick Lucas Special," it has been a popular model with guitarists since. In the same year, he began recording for Brunswick and remained one of their exclusive artists until 1932. He became known as "The Crooning Troubadour". Tony Mottola, Johnny Smith, Barney Kessel, Bucky Pizzarelli, George Van Eps, Wes Montgomery, Tal Farlow, Chuck Wayne, Herb Ellis, I Just liked the way they played thier guitars. If you could jam with anyone, who would it be? George Van Eps I have always enjoyed his style and his song book. A great photo of a the Great Joe Pass.
The Crooning Troubadour", "The Grandfather of the Jazz Guitar". The latter became Lucas' official theme song. The same year, Lucas was also featured in the studio's all-star revue, The Show of Shows. Lucas turned down Warner Bros. seven-year contract offer, which went instead to fellow crooner Dick Powell. In April 1930, Warner Bros. bought Brunswick Records. Nick Lucas spent the rest of his career performing on radio as well as in night clubs and dance halls. He made a number of recordings for various small or independent labels, including Cavalier Records, where he was billed as the "Cavalier Troubadour. In 1944 he reprised some of his old hits in Soundies movie musicals, and filmed another group of songs for Snader Telescriptions in 1951.
Known as the "Nick Lucas Special," it became a popular model with guitarists. In 1929, Lucas co-starred in the Warner Bros. musical, Gold Diggers of Broadway, in which he introduced the two hit songs "Painting the Clouds with Sunshine" and "Tiptoe Through the Tulips". Lucas spent the rest of his career performing on radio, in night clubs and dance halls. He made a number of recordings for small or independent labels, including Cavalier Records, where he was billed as the "Cavalier Troubadour. In 1944 he reprised some of his old hits in Soundies movie musicals, and filmed another group of songs for Snader Telescriptions in 1951
The latter became Lucas's theme song. The same year, Lucas was featured in the studio's all-star revue, The Show of Shows. In April 1930, Warner bought Brunswick and gave him his own orchestra, billed on his records as "The Crooning Troubadours". This arrangement lasted until December 1931, when Warner licensed Brunswick to the American Record Corporation (ARC). The new owners were not as extravagant as Warner Bros
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|A||Liebeslied (Ich Liebe Dich) (I Love You / Yo Te Amo)
Written-By – Fisher*, Broones*
|B||My Song Of The Nile
Written-By – Bryan*, Meyer*
- Piano – Unknown Artist
- Vocals, Guitar – Nick Lucas
NotesRecorded New York, Aug 1929.
A & B description: "with Guitar and Piano Acc.".
A: "From the Motion Picture 'Wonder Of Woman'" [i.e., Wonder of women ]
B: "Theme Song of the Motion Picture 'The Drag'".
"Order No. A 8397", "Cat. No. 4464 A", "Cat. No. 4464 B".
"Mechan.Copt.1929". (in vax)