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Johnny Pecon And His Orchestra With Lou Trebar - Tinos Polka / Too Good To Be True (Vinyl)

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  1. Writer is Ray Whitt, a.k.a. Floyd Whited. Formerly of Springfield, Ohio (where he was president of the Spangle Record Company), and now headquartering in Dayton, Ohio, Floyd White.
  2. Johnny Pecon. likes. Johnny Pecon, in het Sloveens Janez Pechan werd geboren op 3 februari Al op jeugdige leeftijd begon Johnny te spelen en te oefenen op zijn accordeon. Al snel bleek dat.
  3. Three new audio CDs have been released by Fred Kuhar at Classic Records of some of the television appearances of the late Johnny Pecon & Lou Trebar from back in the late s / early s. Janez & Lojze contains 14 tracks, nearly an hour of music and skits as Johnny & Lou play their half-chromatic button accordions.
  4. tick tock polka. just a letter from ohio. too rah loo rah loo rah. m-o-t-h-e-r, in my mother's eyes. johnny pecon, jr. winter wonderland. santa claus is coming to town. winter christmas. jingle bells. auld lang syne. trimore polka theme. shanty polka. i love you polka. too good to be true. barbara polka. moonlight and roses. sweet dreams polka.
  5. With Johnny Long, Helen Young, Gene Williams, Johnny Long and His Orchestra. In this "Jamboree" short, Johnny Long, his violin,and his orchestra provide the novelty music for regular band vocalists Helen Young and Gene Williams (III). The Four Teens are also on hand. This short was reissued on 31 October,
  6. Pecon, Johnny Johnny Pecon's extraordinary musicianship set a standard of excellence to which virtually all Cleveland-Style Polka artists have aspired. Over 29 years, the Johnny Pecon Orchestra featuring Lou Trebar (an outstanding musician in his own right) was renowned for its quality, sophistication, and class.
  7. Jun 22,  · Listen to Johnny Prytko, and you realize that the beat of the polka is everywhere. It has emerged from the close- knit Polish clubs to fill airwaves and festivals across the country. People of all.

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