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  1. Label: Longines Symphonette Society - LS C • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Classical, Folk, World, & Country, Stage & Screen • Style: Musical, Opera, Country, Gospel Fred Waring And The Pennsylvanians* - This Is My Country (Vinyl) | Discogs1/5(2).
  2. This record features Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians performing such star spangled selections as 1. this is my country 2. give me your tired, your poor 3. battle hymn of the republic 4. ol' man river 5. god bless america 6. buckle down winsocki 7. birth of the blues 8. birth of the blues 9. wagon wheels summertime dry bones3/5(1).
  3. Label: Longines Symphonette Society - SYS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Vocal, Easy Listening Fred Waring And The Pennsylvanians* - This Is My Country (Vinyl) | Discogs3/5(1).
  4. Label: Decca - DL • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Brass & Military, Folk, World, & Country • Fred Waring And The Pennsylvanians* - This Is My Country (, Vinyl) | 4/5(1).
  5. Apr 26,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of This Is My Country on Discogs. Label: Decca - A • Series: 18M Series • Format: 4x, Shellac 10 Fred Waring And His Pennsylvanians* - This Is My Country (, Shellac) | Discogs4/5(1).
  6. So the words came first for sure, and then my dad wrote the music. I believe the song was written in New York" Jacobs and Raye wrote their song in and, as a result of a January 7, , recording session for Decca Records, the group Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians popularized it.
  7. This is My Country by Fredrick Malcolm Waring Sr, sometimes referred to as "America's Singing Master" and "The Man Who Taught America How to Sing", is a collection of patriotic songs. His rendition - with his group The Pennsylvanians - of Battle Hymn of the Republic was a hit at the waithersdostacharmi.anicotkateelenhalilamasettflex.co Rating: % positive.
  8. Biography. Fredrick Malcolm Waring was born in Tyrone, Pennsylvania, on June 9, , to Jesse Calderwood and Frank Waring. During his teen years, Waring, his brother Tom (né Thomas Lincoln Waring; –), and their friend Poley McClintock founded the Waring-McClintock Snap Orchestra, which evolved into Fred Waring's Banjo Orchestra. The band often played at fraternity parties, proms.

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