Album · 2008 · 25 Songs. Ben Selvin and His Orchestra. 4. One Sweet Letter from You. The Original Memphis Five. Frank Farrell and His Greenwich Village Inn Orchestra. Original Indiana Five.
The Original Indiana Five. The Original Indiana Five Pensacola (1926). Jackson 5 Goin' Back To Indiana (Going Back To Indiana, 1971). The Jackson 5 Goin' Back To Indiana. The Jackson 5 Goin' Back To Indiana (Third Album). Red Nichols, Five Pennies Back Home In Indiana. Sweet Interference 73+27 Indiana-5.
The Man Who Comes Around. Round And Round (Yas Yas Yas). Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers. They Go Wild over Me. The Tune Wranglers. Red's Tight Like That. The Man Who Comes Around.
One Sweet Letter From You. 37 views. 8 views. Annie Lauri; Paul Gayten - I Ain't Gonna Let You In (1950). Top Songs By Annie Laurie. 1. It Hurts To Be In Love.
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Original Memphis Five, The Original Memphis Five - Jazz me blues. album: Great White Way Blues 1922-1931. DJ ESSE - Only Five Minutes. The Original Indiana Five - (Take 'Em to the Door) That's All There Is There Ain't No More Blues. album: Vintage Jazz 1923-1928. The Original Indiana Five - Sweet Man Joe. The Original Indiana Five - Heebie Jeebies. The Original Indiana Five - All over Nothing at All. Atlantic Five Jazz Band - This Masquerade.
The Original Indiana Five is so-named after the example set by the Memphis Five and other Dixieland-styled groups of the early '20s. Neither the band nor its members were from the state of Indiana; it appears that the group was initially formed in Pennsylvania sometime before 1923. After that time, the Original Indiana Five were based in New York City. Their first recording session was held in Long Island City for the tiny Olympic label in April 1923 under the name the Original Indiana Syncopators.
Sweet Fanny Adams is the second album by Sweet, their first of two released in 1974, and also their first album simply as Sweet. The album was a turning point and change in the band's sound. It featured more of a hard rock sound than their previous pop records. The album title is English (originally Royal Navy) slang originating from the murder of eight-year-old Fanny Adams in 1867 and means "nothing at all" as well as a similar euphemism ".
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