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Georgia Yellow Hammers - My Eyes Are Growing Dimmer Every Day / The Old Rock Jail Behind The Old Iron Gate flac album

Georgia Yellow Hammers - My Eyes Are Growing Dimmer Every Day / The Old Rock Jail Behind The Old Iron Gate flac album Performer: Georgia Yellow Hammers
Title: My Eyes Are Growing Dimmer Every Day / The Old Rock Jail Behind The Old Iron Gate
Style: Country
Released: 1928
MP3 album: 1138 mb
FLAC album: 1906 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: ADX MMF WMA MP2 MP1 VOC DXD
Genre: Folk / World music

The Old Rock Jail Behind the Old Iron Gate. Georgia Yellow Hammers. 4. Coon-Hunting in Moonshine Hollow. feat: Uncle Bud Landress. 5. Visiting Sal's House in Moonshine Hollow. 6. Oh How I Love Jesus. 7. Looking This Way. Each Day I'll Do a Golden Deed. feat: North Georgia Quartette.

Any Old Iron" is a British music hall song written by Charles Collins, Fred E. Terry and . Harry Champion sang it as part of his act, and recorded it in 1911. In 1957, Peter Sellers recorded a rendition in a voice he created for The Goon Show, Willium "Mate" Cobblers. It reached No. 17 in the UK Singles Chart that year. It was performed on The Muppet Show by Kermit the Frog, joined by Fozzie Bear, two whatnots, and the audience.

And that was the very last barn I'm burning So for now everyone is dancing As if it's any time but the present So for now every young thing in my path I'll hold their face so long inside my hands. The longer, the better The longer, the better 'Cause there's no one old on magic mountain There's no one old, old on magic mountain. Leaving Magic Mountain symbolically represents a departure from youth and an acceptance of one’s own mortality. So, Growing old on Magic Mountain, metaphorically, is a refusal to move on with one’s life and grow as a person. So I’m Growing Old on Magic Mountain" Track Info. Written By Father John Misty.

Georgia Yellow Hammers. Moonshine Hollow Band, Rounder 1032, LP (1979), trk . 7 (Old Rock Jail Behind the Old Iron Gate). The Old Rock Jail Behind the Old Iron Gate - Landress, Bud. Us - Old Rock Jail. Politte, Joe. I'm Old But I'm Awfully Tough, MFFA 1001, LP (1977), trk 43.

Oh, my eyes are seeing red Double vision from the blood we’ve shed The only way I’m leaving is dead That’s the state of my, state of my, state of my head. They don’t know Where we’ve been We got that concrete street skin Only way I’m leaving is dead That’s the state of my, state of my, state of my head. That’s the state of my, state of my, state of my head. The official YouTube channel of multi-platinum rock band: Shinedown. The group signed with Atlantic Records in 2001, releasing six studio albums including Billboard Top 10 double-platinum LP 'The Sound of Madness,' gold-certified 'Amaryllis,' gold-certified 'Threat To Survival,' and their most recent release, 'ATTENTION ATTENTION.

Old Mr Black loved shooting bears, but his eyes were not good any more. Several times he nearly shot people instead of bears, so his friends were always very careful when they went out shooting with him. One day a young friend of his wanted to have a joke, so he got a big piece of white paper and wrote on it in very big letters 'I AM NOT A BEAR'. But, Grandfather,' she then said, 'you have been to that park nearly every day for twenty years. How did you lose your way there?' The old man smiled, closed one eye and said, 'I didn't quite lose my way. I just got tired and I didn't want to walk home!' Who lived with Mr and Mrs Brown ?

Tracklist Hide Credits

A My Eyes Are Growing Dimmer Every Day
Written-By – B. Landress*
B The Old Rock Jail Behind The Old Iron Gate
Written-By – Bud Landress

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.

Credits

  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Clyde Evans, Phil Reeve
  • Lead Vocals [Uncredited], Fiddle [Uncredited] – Bud Landress
  • Ukulele [Banjo Ukulele, Uncredited] – Ernest Moody
  • Vocals [Uncredited] – Clyde Evans (tracks: A), Ernest Moody (tracks: A), Phil Reeve (tracks: A)

Notes

Side A recorded 21 February 1928 in Atlanta, GA.
Side B recorded 22 February 1928 in Atlanta, GA.

Side A matrix no. 41926-2.
Side B matrix no. 41945-1.

Credits, matrices and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): A 41926
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): E 41945
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 41926
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 41945