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9 thoughts on “ Troise And His Banjoliers - Banjo Rhythms (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Troise and His Banjoliers on Discogs. Label: London Records - LPB,London Records - LPB • Format: Vinyl LP, 10 Vinyl, LP, 10", Album Country: US Released: Genre: Stage & Screen. Style.
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  4. A company of the London Records label that was founded in New York on July 31, as "The London Gramophone Corporation" and operated as a distributor and rights holder. It subsequently changed its name on April 6, to London Records, Inc. In addition to one in .
  5. Titles read: "Now for Troise and his Banjoliers (Presented by Colin Wark.)". Pathe Studio, London. Various shots of Troise and his Banjoliers, all clad in light flouncy shirts and dark trousers, playing the jaunty tune 'At Sundown'. Almost all the musicians are playing banjos of varying sizes, including a double bass banjo!
  6. Early in , Troise fell ill and the Banjoliers were conducted by Jack Mandel, a respected violinist who played for such famous names as Harry Davidson and Ralph Elman (even taking over the direction of their orchestras when they were indisposed). Mandel had been taught banjo and mandoline by Troise in the thirties and had played for him ever.
  7. BANJO Vinyl Records and CDs. Springing out of the Dixieland revival of the early ‘50s and incorporating three banjos, drums and rainbow suspenders into their act, the Banjo Kings plucked their way through such standard fare as “The Man On The Flying Trapeze” and “Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair.” If you happen to be Woody Allen, R.
  8. Of the ten songs on this CD, only 4 actually feature bluegrass banjo music. In addition to those 4, there is one Dixieland, 2 with mostly twangy singing and some banjo backup, and 3 with little or no banjo at all. If you are looking for a good sample of bluegrass banjo, save your money/5(10).

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