Conqueror Records, Recorded Performance By Gene Autry.

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Conqueror Records, Featuring On Side A - Song Title "Mexicali Rose", a Waltz Ballad Published In 1923, with Music By Jack Tenny, Lyrics By Helen Stone, and Recorded Performance By Gene Autry. Side B - Song Title "Nobody's Darling But Mine", a Country Tune From 1937, with Music and Lyrics By Jimmie Davis, and Recorded Performance also By Gene Autry.

 

Jack Tenny (1898 - 1970), a WW1 Veteran, a Politician and Later Congressman Who Lead Anti-Communist Investigations In California During The 1940s and Early 1950s Who Even Stated, "You Can No More Coexist with Communism Than You Can Coexist with a Nest Of Rattlesnakes", Was also a Composer Of Several Notably Well-Known Songs. Among Them were "Mexicali Rose" as Mentioned above, and "On The Banks Of The Old Merced".

James Houston Or "Jimmie" Davis (1899 - 2000) was a Singer, Songwriter, and Performing Musician Of Country and Gospel Music, Who Wrote The already Mentioned Song "Nobody's Darling But Mine", among His Repertoire. He was Inducted Into Six Different Halls Of Fame Including, Country Music Hall Of Fame, Southern Gospel Music Association [SGMA], and Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame. He also Served as Governor Of Louisiana, His Native State, During The Periods From 1944-48 and From 1960-64.

Item Code -  MUS15B43D6REA

Cover and Record - Width: 10"  Height: 10"  Speed: 78 rpm  Weight: 211 g


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