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Title: Dargie Favourites
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The Horrie Dargie Quintet - Dargie Favourites mp3 flac
Horrie Dargie joined the Australian Army in 1941 and served in New Guinea and later in the occupational forces in Japan. He returned to Melbourne in 1947 and subsequently formed the famous Horrie Dargie Quintet
Wock & Wobble - The Horrie Dargie Quintet A Side Single Written By: Vern Moore Label: Astor Catalogue No: A-7010 Released: 1960 Country: Australia.
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NFSA title: 281525 Australia’s first gold record selling album was the Horrie Dargie Concert (1952, a live concert recording by the Horrie Dargie Harlequintet (more commonly known as the Horrie Dargie Quintet), led by harmonicist Horrie Dargie. The Three Bears’ was the opening number. At the time Australian recordings were still being pressed on 78s in shellac, but microgroove LPs had just arrived.
Miles Davis Quintet (PRLP 185) is a 10 inch LP album by Miles Davis, released in 1954 by Prestige Records. The album title is not to be confused with either of Davis' later Great Quintets. The three tracks on this LP, and one other, were recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey, on April 3, 1954. This was the first session for Prestige Davis recorded at Gelder's home studio, as he would all his remaining sessions for the label.
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Horace Andrew Dargie. Horrie Dargie joined the Australian Army in 1941 and served in New Guinea and later in the occupational forces in Japan. He returned to Melbourne in 1947 and subsequently formed the famous Horrie Dargie Quintet. By 1952 the Quintet had risen in popularity by dint of hard work, and played their farewell concert at the Sydney Town Hall in 1952 before leaving for England. The 10″ record of the farewell concert became Australia's first Gold Record, selling 75,000 copies.
Delores Medley from the Horrie Dargie Quartet Album - The Dargies Make The Party Go. More like this. When Paw Was Courtin' Maw (1939) - The Sportsmen Quartet. Fish 'N Chips - The Horrie Dargie Quintet B Side to the "My Boomerang Did Come Back" Single Written By: Pat Parker Label: Astor Catalogue No: A-7015.
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|A1||The Three Bears|
|A2||I'm Forever Blowing bubbles (recorded at the Farewell Concert Sydney, 1952)|
|B1||The Broken Record|
|B2||Is It Any Wonder (Recorded near Munich, Germany, Christmas, 1954)|