Amos 'N Andy - When Radio Was King! (Best Of Amos And Andy Volume 3 1955) album downloadPerformer: Amos 'N Andy
Title: When Radio Was King! (Best Of Amos And Andy Volume 3 1955)
Style: Radioplay, Comedy
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Amos 'N Andy - When Radio Was King! (Best Of Amos And Andy Volume 3 1955) album download
The Kingfish teaches Andy to fly, so that he can win back his girl from a motor boat enthusiast.
Promised Land performed by King Kaka ft Amos & Josh Produced By Cedo at Pacho Studios Written By Kennedy Tarriq Ombima, Amos & Josh Video by Tattuah Films.
Label: Memorabilia Records – MLP-709 Series: When Radio Was King! – Type: Vinyl, LP Country: US Date of released: 1974 Category: Non-Music Style: Radioplay, Comedy. Title: When Radio Was King! (Best Of Amos And Andy Volume 3 1955).
Artists A Amos 'N Andy When Radio Was King! (Best Of Amos And Andy Volume 2 1949).
I started listening to Amos and Andy when I was very young. At first they came on past my bedtime, so I grabbed the radio, (rather large), hid under the covers and listened. My Mom would sometimes come in and tell me to go to sleep.
When Atlantic rejected the initial version of the album, Amos fired back with a clutch of new songs. Tear in Your Hand was among the deal-sealing salvo, a blazing, electric guitar-laced volte-face with a Springsteen warmth that flips from breakup song to personal power anthem. Her lover has left her and her world has imploded; she’s in emo mode, wallowing in the black of the blackest oceans. But as the detritus settles and she scrutinises the situation, an exultant, Bösendorfer-smashing epiphany: if she was too much, he was not enough. She’s locating ecstasy – spiritual and otherwise – on her own, intimate terms: And when my hand touches myself, I can finally rest my head, And when they say take of his body, I think I’ll take from mine instead.
Amos and Andy radio show from 11-12-43.
Amos 'n' Andy is an American radio and television sitcom set in Harlem, Manhattan's historic black community. The original radio show, which ran from 1928 until 1960, was created, written and voiced by two white actors, Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll, who played Amos Jones (Gosden) and Andrew Hogg Brown (Correll), as well as incidental characters. When the show moved to television, black actors took over the majority of the roles; white characters were infrequent
When Amos ‘n’ Andy first came to radio in 1928, no one realized what a truly popular radio show would be like. Businesses everywhere felt the sting if they did not have a radio so that their patrons would not miss an episode. From a modern perspective the show seems racially insensitive because it is based on a pair of white actors playing black-faced parts. However, for the time it was just considered great entertainment.
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