[78-L] Last recordings

David Weiner djwein at earthlink.net.invalid
Fri Nov 13 07:48:18 PST 2015

Jimmy Underwood, vocalist with Joe Haymes, recorded ³When I Put on My Long
White Robe² just before he died in 1932.

Dave Weiner

On 11/13/15, 8:08 AM, "Rodger Holtin 78-L"
<78-l-bounces at klickitat.78online.com on behalf of
rjh334578 at gmail.com.invalid> wrote:

>The last Coon-Sanders session included "I Want to Go Home" and "What a
>Life to Live Alone."
>Seems like I've noticed others like this over the years, too.
>Interesting show theme idea if we can dig up a few more.
>Sent from my iPhone, which explainz any bad typjng and nonsensical word
>> On Nov 12, 2015, at 6:35 PM, Kristjan Saag <saag at telia.com.invalid>
>> I guess many of us know about Al Bowlly's last recording being "When
>> That Man Is Dead And Gone", recorded in London on April 2 1941, two
>> weeks before he was killed in an air raid.
>> Russ Columbo's last recording, made on August 31 1934, was "I See Two
>> Lovers", a song that ends with the words:
>> I wonder when I'll find the trembling hand
>> Fate intended for me
>> Three days later Columbo was shot dead by a friend who was playing with
>> an antique revolver.
>> Spooky, eh?
>> Any other weird musical coincidences that you come to think of?
>> Kristjan
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