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8 thoughts on “ American Patrol - Yankee Doodle - Myron Floren - The Polka King (Cassette)

  1. Hot Diggity: Myron Floren on accordion with Gail, Ralna, Norma, Sandi, Mary Lou, Guy, Tom, Joe, Jimmy, Ken; danced by Lawrence & Mary Lou Catch a Falling Star: Aldridge Sisters & Otwell Twins (also on guitar) Papa Loves Mambo: sung and danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King It’s Impossible: Kathie Sullivan Till the End of Time: pianists Bob.
  2. The song American Patrol was written by F. W. Meacham and was first recorded and released by Sousa's Band in It was covered by Thorleifs, Lawrence Welk featuring Myron Floren, The Ted Heath Orchestra, Magnus Hjorth Trio and other artists.
  3. Yank & Doodle is a pair of fictional superhero characters who first appeared in the Prize Publications title Prize Comics in August They were revived by Dynamite Entertainment in the s.. Identical twins Rick and Dick Walters, being too young to enlist in the army during World War II, are still able to fight spies and saboteurs in the United States as the costumed heroes Yank (Rick.
  4. May 17,  · 9 HELENE POLKA Lawrenc Welk, Myron Floren, Joey Schmidt CASSETTE 4 - SIDE A 1 WHEN MY BLUE MOON TURNS TO GOLD AGAIN Ava Barber 2 OVER THE WAVES Lawrence Welk Orchestra 3 IN THIS VERY ROOM The Lennon Sisters 4 BLUE VELVET Lawrence Welk Orchestra 5 YOU CAN DANCE WITH ANY GIRL AT ALL Sandi & Salli, Peanuts .
  5. This blog was created so I could showcase my vast collection of Lawrence Welk albums. From vinyl to cassette to cd, I want to show everyone what hard work and determination can yield when searching for out of print material! This blog is meant solely to showcase my collection, and to preserve the images and information on the album covers themselves. Music downloads will not be offered here.
  6. Yankee doodle definition, a song with a melody of apparent British origin, popular with American troops during the Revolutionary War. See more.
  7. Myron Floren on accordion plays a medley of "The American Patrol/Dixie/Yankee Doodle Dandy". Joe Feeney with Myron Floren on accordion perform "The White Cliffs of Dover".
  8. "Yankee Doodle" is an old melody of murky origins with many versions of humorous verses. During the French and Indian War of , the British sang one version to mock colonial Americans — but the Americans took ownership and turned the song into a one of patriotic pride, especially during the Revolutionary War.

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