|Performer:||Harry Curtis / Charles Foster|
|Title:||Peggy O'Neil / Ain't We Got Fun|
|1||–Charles Foster||Ain't We Got Fun|
|2||–Harry Curtis||Peggy O'Neil|
No side or track number appear on the label.
Side A was originally released on Emerson Records 10374 in June, 1921 as by "Hugh Donovan". Both "Harry Curtis" and "Hugh Donovan" are pseudonyms for Charles Harrison on this release.
Side B was originally released on Emerson Records 10386 in July, 1921 as by Fred Hillebrand.
Ain't We Got Fun - Peggy Lee. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ain't We Got Fun. Peggy Lee. Ain't We Got Fun is a popular foxtrot published in 1921 with music by Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Raymond B. Egan and Gus Kahn. It was first performed in 1920 in the Fanchon and Marco revue Satires of 1920, then moved into vaudeville and recordings. Ain't We Got Fun and its jaunty response to poverty and its promise of fun Every morning, Every evening, and In the meantime,, In between time have become symbolic of the Roaring Twenties, and it appears in some of the major literature of. Charles Foster. Vamping Rose, Hortense Shellac, 10. Regal 3. Harry Reser's Dance Orchestra. Highways Are Happy Ways, Kiss And Make Up Shellac, 10. Composers: Preston Foster. Total duration:49 min. There Will Never Be Another You. Sammy Kaye. Writer: Cuomo Curtis A, Composers: Cuomo Curtis A. by Peggy Lee. Author RWatkiss 252. F E7 Am There's nothing sure-er F B7 C F The rich get rich and the poor get poor-er C D7 In the meantime, in between time G7 C Ain't we got fun X. By helping UG you make the world better. and earn IQ. Audio Preview. The recording on the other side of this disc: Peggy O'neil. Technical Notes: Acoustic popping throughout. 78 aint-we-got-fun charles-foster-kahn-egan-whiting gbia0086705a. No side or track number appear on the label. Side A was originally released on Emerson Records 10374 in June, 1921 as by Hugh Donovan. Both Harry Curtis and Hugh Donovan are pseudonyms for Charles Harrison on this release. Side B was originally released on Emerson Records 10386 in July, 1921 as by Fred Hillebrand. Title: Ain't We Got Fun 12 Nov 1959. By the way, I wonder if the real Johnny Paycheck's parents got the idea for their kid's name watching this episode. Anyway, as for Harrington and his brutality, the violence was a police matter but the whiskey, a federal one, which brings in our her Elliott Ness Robert Stack and The Untouchables. The story is okay, not as good as looks like it's going to be after the first 5-10 minutes because they go too long on the relationship of Johnny and Benny, but it's nicely filmed and the actors make it worthwhile, especially Carrey, who never looked so Co. On this page you can download song Charlie Hunter - Ain't We Got Fun in mp3 and listen online