The Washingtonians / Six Jolly Jesters* - Move Over / Oklahoma Stomp (Shellac)

Otherwise, no information about the songwriter or other ways to hear it seem to be available, and there is no YouTube video. Web version no longer available Retrieved 1 August Gina Michaells recording of the song is available as an mp3 single download from several websites.

More information at cdbaby. The song can be heard on YouTube , which also has the Myra Pearce version without Oklahoma in the lyrics. For images of the record and the sheet music title page, and some comments on the varied composer credits, click on this link.

The websites give two different dates for the original album release, and This recording has not yet been found in any archive. It is also documented by countrydiscography.

The Mary London writing credit for the song can be found at repertoire. Two recordings of Deuce Spriggens singing the vocal with the Tex Williams Musical Caravan can be heard at herbsteinermusic. Record information documented by 45worlds. Digital download album. Album information documented on discogs. Retrieved 28 April Both recordings featured fiddle by Berline, guitar by Crary, and banjo by John Hickman.

Catalogued by world cat. This recording can be heard on YouTube. Both recordings of the song can be heard on YouTube: the original Vocation release, as later included on an anthology album , and the Regal Records release.

Album documented by cdbaby. Album information also documented by cdbaby. MacGregor LB. A second clip from the song can be heard by clicking this link. Album information documented at reddstewart. More album information and images of the cover, including the copyright date, can be found on 45worlds. Albums documented by cdbaby. Reissued on Columbia July and Columbia The song was later recorded again by Bob Wills, and by many other groups.

The Gary P. The R. Hampton recording is Catalogued by worldcat. Writing credit and original title verified by repertoire. YouTube has the Gary P. Nunn recording and also the recording by R. Collected by many libraries; catalogued by worldcat.

The song appears at the end of the CD as a "hidden track," its title not written on the CD case or listed in library catalogs. For more information on the song, see the accounts given by songfacts.

A documentary film about the band is also entitled Talihina Sky. Archived in the Bowling Green State University library. The song appeared twice on the album, once with electric instruments and once in an acoustic version. The acoustic recording can be heard on YouTube.

The recording can be heard on reverberation. Album information also documented by hortonrecords. Accessed 12 July Nashville , Additional information, including the song list, documented by cdbaby. Writing credit, lyrics and chords shown by t-rev. Retrieved 12 July The recording can be heard by clicking this link to vimeo. The recording was later anthologized on the album Texas-Mexican Border Music, vol.

It is also archived in the Library of Congress. Record information documented by rateyourmusic. Songwriting credit verified by repertoire. More on the musicians and the album can be read at countrydiscoghraphy2. A recording of the song by the Burtschi Brothers can be heard on YouTube. Writing credit and album information documented by allmusic. The song has also been recorded on the album Lucky by Carter Sampson, with a misattributed writing credit.

This record label misspells Childress as "Ceossley. According to the PragueFrank countrydiscography. The Morgan recording can be heard on YouTube. Also released as a 7-inch rpm record, 4-Star The Deke Dickerson recording can be heard by clicking this link. For more information: "Dottie West: Tulsa ballroom". Retrieved 19 July The recording by Anita Carter was on Capitol Records , Years later, this material and other songs from the vault were included on Rising Sons, Columbia , Tulsa Girl, album information documented by discogs.

Subsequently released as track one on Rarities, Volume Seven, Gigatone , Album information documented by cduniverse. A live performance of the song by the band can be seen on YouTube. The recording by Diskothi-Q can be heard on YouTube.

The Mountain Goats live performance of the song can also be heard on YouTube. Archived in the Library on Congress. The recording can be heard on YouTube , which also has a video of a live performance by Emmylou Harris and her Hot Band, including co-composer Rodney Crowell.

Additional information on this family band and their music can be found in the on-line article "Blue Cut Delivers Folk Masterpiece We Walk in Temperatures. The recording can be heard on YouTube , which also has a video of a spirited live performance of the song by the three members of the group. Vocal by Jimmy Hall. Additional record information documented by discogs.

Recorded again with Leon McAuliffe doing the vocal, Columbia , Also catalogued by worldcat. The recording, as collected on a later CD, can be heard on YouTube , which also has a later version, probably the Columbia recording. Recorded by Calexico on a Tom T. Hall tribute album, Real: The Tom T. Hall Project, Belmore Records, YouTube has a video of a live performance of the song by Hall in on the television program Hee Haw.

Reba McEntire recorded the song for her album Starting Over , but it was not released until on a six-song album issued as a companion to her book entitled, as was the CD, Comfort from a Country Quilt, Universal Music Special Markets, Songwriting credit for Danny Flowers verified by ascap.

The recordings can be heard on YouTube: by Don Williams , the studio recording by Eric Clapton , the live recording Clapton made about two years later , and the recording by Reba McEntyre, released in Stimeling, Travis D.

New York: Oxford University Press. Album information documented by 45worlds. Additional information on the Gentlemen Prefer Blondes album can be found at 45worlds. All internet sources retrieved 27 August The Gentlemen Prefer Blondes album gave sole writing credit to "Walker"; the compilation album credits Noack and Walker.

Other sources point to Wayne D. Walker , a frequent collaborator with Noack, as the co-composer. Additional album information documented by country-music-archive. Co-songwriting credit was later sometimes attributed to Eddie Dean , who sang the song in the films Driftin' River and The Tioga Kid --two movies with much of the same footage re-edited.

The Dean co-composer credit also is shown by discogs. But Bond is listed as the only composer of the song by ascap. The Jimmy Wakely Trio recording of the song can be heard by clicking this link. The recording by the Mills Brothers can be heard on YouTube.

A one minute, second clip from the recording can be heard by clicking this link. The recording was also released as a 7-inch rpm single, Warner Bros. Records WBS, The original writing credit was just for Pinkard and Collins.

The addition of Felice and Boudleaux Bryant to the list of credited composers came after the Bryants successfully sued because of the similarities of the melody to their composition, " Rocky Top. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. Christer Ericcson, recorded by Lasse Stefanz , In Swedish. In German.

From their CD Bluestoned. Only reference to Oklahoma is a single mention 40 seconds from the end of the song. I'm comin' home, with a new way to look at the world. Doc Evans, Dixieland and Traditional Jazz. Doc Evans - Wikipedia. A Short History of Doc. George Stevenson, Trombone b. Baltimore, MD. The Stevenson family is itself highly musical: the trombonist's brother was a pianist, as their father was also, while son George Stevenson, Jr.

Senior trombonist Stevenson was only 15 when he joined the Baltimore Melody Boys. This ensemble was fronted by music teacher A. Thomas, who had taught Stevenson saxophone as well as his eventual permanent horn choice. Following four years of loyalty, Stevenson moved over to an earlier group led by the aforementioned Stepteau, this one utilizing the popular Melody Boys moniker.

Stevenson shortly shanghaied the name itself when starting up his own Baltimore Melody Boys in the mid-'20s. He put this group aside a few years later and relocated to New York City, working at venues such as the Arcadia Ballroom with bandleader Irwin Hughes as well as stepping out of town for Stepteau tours.

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He toured Europe with Sam Price's Bluesicians from late through the spring of Stevenson worked in and out of New York City over the ensuing decade, at times leading his own combo in Wantagh, NY, and in the late '60s holding forth as part of the mob at Big Apple venue Jimmy Ryan's. Texas Tyler. Lamar Wright Sr. April 13, , USA. Father of Lamar Wright Jr.

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