- Performer:The York Brothers
- Title:Detroit in the 40's & 50's, Vol. 1
- Style:Close Harmony,Traditional Country
- Date of release:March 14, 2000
- Size FLAC version1935 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1273 megabytes
- Size WMA version1559 megabytes
- Formats:MIDI MP2 AHX AUD MOD APE
Going to the Shindig. 2. Mountain Rosa Lee. Leslie York. 3. You're the One. 4. Let's Talk Our Troubles Over. 6. Highland Park Girl. 8. Detroit Hula Girl. 18. Sixty Minute Man.
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It Ain't No Good (Take 2). The York Brothers. Lookin' for Someone New. Going To the Shindig. The York Brothers' Best - Detroit in the 40's & 50's Vo. American Hillbilly Best.
Artist: The York Brothers. Album: A Blast from the Past: Great Music of the 50s and 60s, Vol. 15. Release year: 2013. Download The York Brothers - Highland Park Girl. A Blast from the Past: Great Music of the 50s and 60s, Vol. 15: Best 2 songs. Jimmy Burke, The Sequins - Forbidden Love 03:05. Joe Lee - Hang-Out 02:14. The York Brothers: best 2 tracks.
Live in Detroit is a double CD live album by the American rock band the Doors. It was recorded at the Cobo Arena in Detroit on May 8, 1970 during the band's 1970 Roadhouse Blues Tour. It was released on October 23, 2000 on Rhino Records. The concert is one of the longest live performances by the Doors. Among the 25 songs played the group played eight blues standards such as "Back Door Man", Junior Parker's "Mystery Train" and "Crossroads" by Robert Johnson.
The York Brothers moved to Dallas, Texas, in 1953, along with their families. There they were regularly featured on the Big D Jamboree television show, and the WFAA Shindig radio program. They continued recording, including another session for Decca in 1957. Leslie recorded some solo material for Sage Records that year. In 1963 the brothers started their own label, York Bros. Records, and released several regionally popular singles, including "Monday Morning Blues. They eventually retired from performing, with George running a restaurant, and Leslie working various jobs . That'll Flat Git It, Vol. 6 CD Bear Family (Ger) 1994. Detroit In The 40's And 50's: The York Brothers' Best CD Collector (Neth). Long Time Gone CD Ace (UK) 2006.
The York Brothers played together from the '30s through the '50s, developing a musical style which grew from traditional country into a more contemporary sound. Both George and Leslie York were born in Lawrence County, Kentucky and were heavily influenced by the Delmore Brothers. As a young man, George worked in coal mines and later began his music career in Denver, Colorado, playing in local clubs and on the radio in the evenings. Leslie, who was seven years younger, got his start after winning a talent contest in Lexington, Kentucky. They then moved to Detroit, where their music caught fire with the Southern transplants who had come to work in the burgeoning auto industry. The Yorks made their recording debut in 1939 and had success with "Going Home" and the controversial, slightly racy "Hamtramck Mama," which was banned in the Polish-American Detroit suburb of the same name.
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CreditsHenry Bernard - Composer
Henry Glover - Composer
Bradley Kincaid - Composer
Rose Marks - Composer
Sonny Thompson - Composer
Billy Ward - Composer
The York Brothers - Composer, Primary Artist
Leslie York - Composer
|1||Going to the Shindig||The York Brothers||2:21|
|2||Mountain Rosa Lee Leslie York||The York Brothers||2:36|
|3||You're the One Leslie York||The York Brothers||2:47|
|4||Let's Talk Our Troubles Over||The York Brothers||2:35|
|5||It Taint No Good The York Brothers||The York Brothers||2:40|
|6||Highland Park Girl||The York Brothers||2:48|
|7||Hamtramck Mama The York Brothers||The York Brothers||3:14|
|8||Detroit Hula Girl The York Brothers||The York Brothers||2:57|
|9||Gambler's Blues||The York Brothers||2:33|
|10||Going Home Bradley Kincaid||The York Brothers||3:07|
|11||I Ain't No Good||The York Brothers||2:34|
|12||New Mississippi River Blues Leslie York||The York Brothers||2:57|
|13||It Ain't No Good||The York Brothers||2:42|
|14||Motor City Boogie||The York Brothers||2:50|
|15||Lookin' for Somebody New||The York Brothers||2:47|
|16||Saint Joseph's High School Bounce||The York Brothers||2:20|
|17||Gravy Train Henry Bernard||The York Brothers||2:40|
|18||Sixty Minute Man Rose Marks / Billy Ward||The York Brothers||2:25|
|19||I'm Coming Back Home to Stay Sonny Thompson||The York Brothers||2:40|
|20||Chicken Blues Rose Marks / Billy Ward||The York Brothers||2:37|
|21||That's Why I'm Crying All the Time||The York Brothers||2:25|
|22||Don't Leave Me With the Yum Yum Blues||The York Brothers||2:27|
|23||Tremblin' Henry Glover||The York Brothers||2:46|
|24||Lakewood and John Marshall Blues||The York Brothers||2:22|
|25||Love Sweet Love Henry Glover||The York Brothers||2:18|
|26||You Get Mad||The York Brothers||2:02|
|27||Mr. Midnight Leslie York||The York Brothers||2:58|
|28||Pretty Little Thing Leslie York||The York Brothers||2:17|