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album Bradley Kincaid - The First Whippoorwill Song / Mammy's Precious Baby mp3 download

album Bradley Kincaid - The First Whippoorwill Song / Mammy's Precious Baby mp3 download

Performer: Bradley Kincaid
Album: The First Whippoorwill Song / Mammy's Precious Baby
Country: US
Released: 1940
Style: Country, Folk
MP3 version ZIP size: 1130 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1947 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1228 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 276
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Due to its song, the eastern whip-poor-will is the topic of numerous legends. A New England legend says the whip-poor-will can sense a soul departing, and can capture it as it flees. This is used as a plot device in H. P. Lovecraft's story The Dunwich Horror. In the 1957 Jay Livingston/Ray Evans Oscar-nominated song "Tammy" for the motion picture "Tammy and the Bachelor," the first two lines of the second verse were, "Whippoorwill, whippoorwill, you and I know, Tammy! Tammy! Can't let him go!". The song, which reached on the Billboard Hot 100, was sung by the movie's star, Debbie Reynolds. Elton John and Bernie Taupin's 1975 song "Philadelphia Freedom" features a flute mimicking the call of the eastern whip-poor-will and includes the lyrics "I like living easy without family ties, till.

A The First Whippoorwill Song B Mammy's Precious Baby. Vocals, Guitar – Bradley Kincaid Written-By – B. Kincaid. Both sides recorded 14 September 1933 in New York, NY.

Mammy's Precious Baby. 1. he First Whippoorwill Song. ife is Like a Mountain Railway. Product Description: Personnel: Bradley Kincaid (vocals, guitar). Liner Note Author: Pat Harrison. Recording information: Chicago, IL (1928-1931); Nashville, TN (1928-1931); New York, NY (1928-1931); Richmond, IN (1928-1931); Springfield, OH (1928-1931); Chicago, IL (1929); Nashville, TN (1929); New York, NY (1929); Richmond, IN (1929); Springfield, OH (1929); Chicago, IL (1933-1934); Nashville, TN (1933-1934); New York, NY (1933-1934); Richmond, IN (1933-1934); Springfield, OH (1933-1934); Chicago, IL (1944)

He built a music career in the northern states. His first radio appearance came in 1926 when he performed on the National Barn Dance show on "WLS" in Chicago, Illinois. In 1935 he was working at WBZ in Boston, Massachusetts where he performed with a band that included young singer and banjo player Marshall Jones. Kincaid teased the 22-year old fellow Kentuckian for always being grumpy when he came to the studio to do the early morning broadcast, nicknaming him "Grandpa" Jones

Precious Baby, Vol. Twin Sisters.

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The First Whippoorwill lyrics. Album: Music Of Bill Monroe From. Springtime is near my darling You say that you are going away My heart will be with you my darling And IÂ?m counting now the days. I know that soon IÂ?ll have to travel I know IÂ?m over the hill I feel so all alone my darling said sheÂ?d be gone When I heard that first whippoorwill.

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Tracklist

A The First Whippoorwill Song
B Mammy's Precious Baby

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – RCA Victor Company, Ltd.

Credits

  • Vocals, Guitar – Bradley Kincaid
  • Written-By – B. Kincaid*

Notes

Both sides recorded 14 September 1933 in New York, NY.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): B-8478A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): B-8478B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
B-8478 Bradley Kincaid The First Whippoorwill Song / Mammy's Precious Baby ‎(Shellac, 10") Bluebird B-8478 US 1940
Performer: Diamond Jim Bradley
Genre: Pop
Title: Love Me Baby
Performer: Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra
Genre: Pop
Title: I Want My Mammy - Mandy And Me / Stealing
Country: Canada
Released: 1921
Performer: Tal Kincaid
Genre: Jazz
Title: Our Love Is Here To Stay/You Do Something To Me
Performer: Noel Taylor
Genre: Pop / Screen
Title: Glad Rag Doll / A Precious Little Thing Called Love
Released: 1929
Performer: Bradley Kincaid
Genre: World, Country
Title: The Fatal Wedding / Barbara Allen
Country: US
Performer: Will Bradley And His Boogie Woogie Boys
Genre: Jazz
Title: Lightning Boogie / Sugar Hill Boogie Woogie
Country: US
Released: 1945
Performer: Jack Payne
Genre: Jazz / Screen
Title: On The Top Of The World, Alone / That's You Baby
Released: 1929
Performer: "Fats" Waller and his Rhythm
Genre: Jazz
Title: Darktown Strutters' Ball / I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby
Country: US
Released: 1940
Performer: Wilf Carter
Genre: World, Country
Title: The Hobo's Song To The Mounties / Prairie Sunset
Released: 1940
Performer: Harold Bradley
Genre: Pop / World, Country
Title: Misty Guitar
Released: 1964
Performer: Dan Hughey
Genre: World, Country
Title: Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane / Old Number Three
Released: 1930
Performer: Precious Little
Genre: Electronic
Title: The On 'N' On Song
Released: 1982