The Bernie Roberts Orchestra began in 1944 and their recording career began in 1949 when they hit it very big with their first recording of the Jolly Musicians Polka. The Bernie Roberts band had an illustrious run in personal appearances and in the polka recording world. Honey Bee Waltz", "Schatzie", "Pretty Dancing Girl", "The West A Nest & You" and "Rockin Rhythm" are large sellers and their most recent entry is the CD "Pleasant Memories with the Bernie Roberts Orchestra". Bernie is a member of the Polka Hall of Fame. The Bernie Roberts Band began as a family band with Bernie and 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Bernie on the accordion, Blondie on 1st trumpet and featured vocals; Marcella on piano; Johnny on trumpet, sax and clarinet; Oscar on drums and Howard Haase on bass horn. Other bass players were Gary Johnson and Erwin Gassner.
Исполнитель: Various Artists, David Rose, Emile Deltour, Frank Perkins, George Melachrino, Otto Cesana and His Chorus & Sextet, Ray Martin, Robert Farnon and His Orchestra, Robert Farnon, Alfonzo D'Artega Orchestra, Ambrose Orchestra with Strings, André Kostelanetz and His Orchestra, Bernie Wayne and His Orchestra, Danish State Radio Orchestra, David Carroll and His Orchestra, David Rose's Orchestra, Dolf van der Linden and His. Orchestra, Emile Deltour and His Orchestra, Frank Perkins and His "Pops" Orchestra, George Tzipine and His Salon Orchestra, Guy Luypaerts Orche.
This album was released on the label Audio Fidelity (catalog number AFSD 6122). This album was released in 1964 year. And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone. Attention! All audio material is presented solely for information.
Bernie cummins & his orchestra 10. Words 11. Keep On Dancing 12. That's Georgia 13. Lonely Me 14. I Like You Best of All 15. Popular Street Blues. Bernie cummins and his hotel biltmore orchestra 16. Make My Cot Where The Cot-Cot-Cotton Grows 17. Ev'rybody Loves My Girl. Bernie cummins and his hotel new yorker orchestra 18. Cooking Breakfast For the One I Love 19. Minnie the Mermaid (A Love Song In Fish Time) 20.
More smooth orchestral pop in the vein of Kaempfert's two prior albums, Wonderland by Night and The Wonderland of Bert Kaempfert and His Orchestra - this album actually made the Top 100 in late 1961, peaking at number 92 with help from the number 48 chart single "Now and Forever. The trumpet is the dominant instrument on much of what's here (with the saxophone occasionally playing a serious role on solos), and gets in some pleasant little grace notes on the fade out of the string-laden arrangement of "Unchained Melody.
|A||Pretty Dancing Girl|
|B||The West A Nest And You|