Yellow rose of Texas

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Yellow rose of Texas

Postby colonel snow » Mon Mar 02, 2020 10:45 am

The original version was recorded on in may 1927 by Dacosta Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters (Gennett 6143).

Other versions:
27-01-33 - Gene Autry (Victor 23792);
01-03-33 - Gene Autry with Jimmy Long (Conqueror 8096 / Melotone 12700 / Banner 32771 / Vocalion 4998).
06-10-34 - Lee Boswell (Decca 5057);
00-00-35 - Gene Autry (fast movie version);
04-03-36 - Milton Brown & his Brownies (Decca 5273).



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Re: Yellow rose of Texas

Postby colonel snow » Sat Mar 21, 2020 8:33 pm

The song was written by J K for Charles Brown.


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Re: Yellow rose of Texas

Postby Colin B » Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:16 pm

Stan Freberg did a hilarious comic version in the 50s.
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