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Tony Martin (3) and Freddy Martin And His Orchestra - Tambarina / Once Upon A Rumba (Vinyl)

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  1. Tojakora says:
    Tony Martin was a singing star from the late 30s to through the 50s. Although his style became crowded out by the rock n' roll era on the hit parade, he had 28 hits for RCA between , the era this collection covers. The era loved singers with a dramatic flare; and Martin hits the mark/5(6).
  2. Arabei says:
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  3. Gardajin says:
    Jun 03,  · Martin played in various local bands. After working on a ships band, he joined the Mason-Dixon band, then joined Arnold Johnson and Jack skipciaseiraitantilinasapanrige.coinfo, his band filled in for Lombardo. But the band broke up and he did not form a permanent band until at the Bossert Hotel in Brooklyn. Martin took his band into many prestigious hotels, including the Roosevelt Grill in New York City and the.
  4. Sat says:
    b. USA. The son of Nashville songwriter Glenn Martin, Tony studied communications at Brigham Young University, then worked for Time magazine in Chicago. Meanwhile, he was writing songs and when one was Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓ Song Highlights.
  5. Kajora says:
    The simplicity of Tony Martin's blue line drawings is deceptive. There's a depth to them too which only becomes apparent the more you're in their presence. At first, the creation of intriguing, irregular rectangles and triangles through blue lines which are never ruler-straight and often slightly smudgy might appear merely minimalist or naif.
  6. Goltijora says:
    Once Upon A Rhumba/Tambarina Tony Martin and Freddy Martin and His orchestra (Artist) Format: Vinyl See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
  7. Nikogami says:
    Frederick Alfred (Freddy) Martin (Cleveland, 9 december - Newport Beach, september 30, ) was an American tenor saxophonist and leader of a popular dance band that played sweet music. He was admired by jazz musicians such as Johnny Hodges, and Chu Berry, who called him "Mr. Silvertone". Biography[ Edit] Martin started on the drums, but then switched over to the saxophone. On high.
  8. Vudosar says:
    Nov 20,  · Performer: Tony Martin and Freddy Martin and his Orchestra Writer: Irving Taylor; Dave Coleman Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.

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