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8 Replies to “ Waiting For The Robert E Lee - Various - Banjos Are Back Jolson Style (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Feb 21,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Waiting For The Robert E. Lee · Jerry Krahn · Denis Solee · Charles Cochran · George Tidwell .
  2. Waiting for the Robert E. Lee by Banjo Bob and Crazy Henry was written by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Lewis F. Muir and was first performed by Al Jolson. Banjo Bob and Crazy Henry released it on the single Waiting for the Robert E. Lee - That's A-Plenty in It was covered by Curly Fox, Bourbon Street Jazzband, Wild Bill Davison and His Jazzologists, Craig Duncan and other artists.
  3. I wanted to play tenor when I realized that the tenor was the banjo of the 's. Also, I always loved Al Jolson and his songs. Some day I want to play "the Charleston" and "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee.
  4. – Robert Mandell And His Orchestra: My Blue Heaven: Memories C1 – The Romantic Strings And Voices: For Me And My Gal Conductor – Robert Mandell: C2 – The Romantic Strings And Voices: Smiles Conductor – Robert Mandell: C3 – The Romantic Strings And Voices: Waiting For The Robert E. Lee.
  5. Dec 13, - For those who like banjo music. See more ideas about Banjo music, Banjo, Music pins.
  6. Apr 04,  · The song performed was “Waiting for the Robert E. Lee” written by Louis Wolfe Gilbert and Lewis Muir that include these words: “Way down on the levy in old Alabamy, there’s Daddy and Mammy, there’s Ephraim and Sammy. On a moonlight night you can find them while they are waiting, the banjos are syncopating what’s that they’re saying.
  7. It's simply great, mate, waiting on the levy Waiting for the Robert E. Lee! The whistles are blowing, the smokestacks are showing The ropes they are throwing, excuse me I'm going To the place where all is harmonious Even the preacher, he is the dancing teacher!
  8. "Waiting For The Robert E. Lee" is a number Al Jolson loved to sing; and this rendition would have made Al Jolson very proud indeed! The Dixieland-style musical interludes adds a lot of pep and zest to this number and that's awesome. "Waiting For The Robert E. Lee" is a great song.

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