9 thoughts on “ Bill Cox - Brown Eyes (Shellac) ”

  1. Among his recordings ‘‘Sparkling Brown Eyes’’ and ‘‘Filipino Baby’’ became country music standards. Several songs celebrating the New Deal have attracted scholarly attention. Cox, who became known as the ‘‘Dixie Songbird,’’ recorded versions of traditional British ballads, as well.
  2. Betty Cox had brown eyes. Betty Jean Cox is a Female was arrested on Was arrested in MACON, Georgia. The address information we have on record is: PINSON ST, MACON, GA The arrest was made by Bibb.
  3. Digitized from a shellac record, at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. by Edna Brown (Elsie Baker) with Billy Murray. audio. eye 9, favorite 3 comment 0. Source: Le portail de l’Aita et du chant populaire Marocain. 9, K. by Bill Cox. audio. eye 8, favorite 1.
  4. bill cox: barefoot boy with boots on: =/2/ bill cox: my brown eyes: =/30/ georgie price: i never had a chance: =/19/ georgie price: i only have eyes for you: /19/ gene autry & jimmy long: seven more days: /29/ gene autry & jimmy long: the stump of the old.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of In The Hills Of Roane County / Brown Eyes on Discogs. Label: Bluebird (3) - B • Format: Shellac 10 Blue Sky Boys (Bill And Earl Bolick)* - In The Hills Of Roane County / Brown Eyes (, Shellac) | Discogs5/5(1).
  6. Bill COX - Ramblin' Hobo / My Brown Eyes: 78 t. CONQUEROR (US) Bill COX - Just As The Sun Went Down / We'll Sow Righteous Seed: 78 t. MELOTONE M (US) Bill COX - My Gamblin' Days / The Gangster's Yodel: 78 t. BANNER (US) Bill COX - My Gamblin' Days / The Gangster's Yodel.
  7. Performer: Bill Cox and Cliff Hobbs Vocal Duet; Harmonica and Guitar Acc. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.
  8. Sparkling Blue Eyes by Wade Mainer and The Mainers Mountaineers was written by Bill Cox and Wade Mainer and was first recorded by Bill Cox and Cliff Hobbs in Wade Mainer and The Mainers Mountaineers released it on the album Wade Mainer and The Mainers Mountaineers in It was covered by Doc Watson, Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers, Armstrong Twins, Waylon Jennings and .
  9. Pure Shellac: Broc (Brock) Peters / The Four Lads Qty Remain: 1: Miles (From My Home) / I Love You: Columbia: E-sld, tol: $ Really Old Records: Tony Bennett Qty Remain: 1: Rags To Riches / Here Comes That Heartache Again: Columbia: E-tol: $ Pure Shellac: Tony Bennett Qty Remain: 1: Close Your Eyes / It's Too.

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