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It Looks Like Rain - Wendell Hall - It Looks Like Rain / Comfortin Gal (Shellac)

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  1. Listen to music from Wendell Hall like It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo', It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo (Recorded October ) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Wendell Hall.
  2. Read Madison Wisconsin State Journal Newspaper Archives, Mar 13, , p. 2 with family history and genealogy records from madison, wisconsin
  3. Wendell Hall was a popular jazz singer with a unique singing style. There are many great songs, represented here, that have become jazz standards over the years. Ukulele playing, scat singing and vocals by Wendell Hall The digital transfer by vintage recordings is outstanding. The majority of the surface noise and crackles has been removed.5/5(2).
  4. “What we love about rain?”, would be the wrong question to ask. Ask us Is there anything we not love about it, and we would go blank. Because we love rain in all its ways. Those tiny droplets absolutely sets our heart dancing. Rain lovers.
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from 's Country & Jazz Vocals, Vol. 1 (Recorded ) by Wendell Hall Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. Aug 08,  · In this sense, Wendell Hall is the Les Paul of ukuleles and the slightly louder ukulele banjo, because just as the guitar maestro who designed a popular electric guitar as his namesake, Hall was the designer of a series of sought-after, collector's item ukes and banjo ukes, the subject of brisk commerce on the internet decades after his death.
  7. Nov 24,  · From my 78 Collection Wendell Hall - "It Looks Like Rain” Flip side - "Comfortin' Gal”
  8. Recorded 15 January and released as Victor c/w "It Looks Like Rain" (one of Hall's shameless sequels to "It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo'"). And Clarence Williams' "Everybody Loves My Baby" has Louis Armstrong offering just one of the dozen of brilliant solos he reeled off that year (6 November ; OKeh ; on Portrait of the Artist).

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