Frank C. Stanley - In Dear Old Georgia download album
- Album: In Dear Old Georgia
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Frank C. Stanley (29 December 1868 – 12 December 1910) was a popular American singer, banjoist and recording artist active in the 1890s and the 1900s. He was born William Stanley Grinsted on 29 December 1868 in Orange, New Jersey. He first recorded banjo solos under his own name in October 1891 for Edison then began recording vocal records in 1898 for the National and Norcross Phonograph Companies under the name Frank C. Stanley.
Male vocal solo, with orchestra. Stanley; Elise Stevenson; Arthur Collins. The Phonographic Yearbook: 1907 "Dear Old Golden Rule Days". Elise Stevenson, soprano; Frank C. Stanley, bass; Arthur Collins, baritone; Byron G. Harlan, tenor; Miss Walton, soprano; Harry MacDonough, tenor; Harold Jarvis, tenor; Ada Jones, soprano; Blanche Ring; Will Oakland, countertenor; Billy Murray, tenor; Henry Burr, tenor; The Sousa Band; Victor Light Opera Company; Harry Lauder; Columbia Quartette; Albert Campbell, tenor; Arthur Collins, baritone; Clarice Vance; Eddie Morton, baritone; Harry Tally, tenor; Haydn.
Byron G. Harlan & Frank C. Stanley "In The Shadow Of The Pines" LYRICS HERE Edison cylinder 7347. Frank C. Stanley & Henry Burr "Shine On, Harvest Moon" Indestructible cylinder 1909. LaBoissonniere, Guy; Settlemier, Tyrone (February 24, 2016). International Record Company". The Online Discographical Project. Retrieved December 16, 2016.
Byron G. Harlan and Frank C. Stanley Marching through Georgia. Byron G. Stanley The first rehearsal for the huskin' bee. 02:13. Stanley Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! 02:13. Stanley Two rubes and the tramp fiddler. Stanley – In The Evening By The Moonlight, Dear Louise. Label: Silvertone – 3521. In The Evening By The Moonlight, Dear Louise. Recorded New York, NY, between 1906 and 1910. Originally released in 1906 as Columbia 3521. Also released as Harmony 2295, Lakeside 70378, Oxford 3521, Star 2295, and the A sides of Columbia A622, Diamond Record A 622 In The Evening By The Moonlight, Dear Louise, In Grandma's Day, D&R 3531, and Standard A622. Matrix, Runout (Runout, stamped): 3521.
Genre: Old-Time, Historic. VIEW ALL When The Mockingbirds Are Singing In The Wildwood Fans.
Dear Stanley Alumni, You can tell by the great stories from Don & Wally how memorable it was to spend time with Frank Blackston! I was reminded of my first visit to the Chicago National Hardware Show. Frank was my roommate. That first morning of the show, we left to go entertain clients. I returned late, hammered, my eyes swollen, looking for my contact lens solution, frustrated, I placed them in a glass of water by the bed. After the room stopped spinning, I slept as in a fog. Frank stumbled in about 2 o'clock . Later, Rick Madsen and I hosted Frank's retirement dinner. There and then, I realized Frank was the most beloved salesman in Stanley History. God Speed Frank! We All Love You! Warmest Regards, Bill Pound. Stanley Tools Alumni.
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Written-By – Egbert Van Alstyne
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- Matrix / Runout: 4503 5 D B2777