- Performer:Lawrence (Piano Roll) Cook & His Orchestra
- Title:I Used To Love You / There Is A Tavern In The Town
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I Used To Love You, There Is A Tavern In The Town (Shellac, 10").
He and his band recorded the song again without laughing, but Victor released both takes in 1934. He also performs the song in the film Sweet Music. Bing Crosby included the song in a medley on his album 101 Gang Songs (1961) and Nat King Cole performed a cover of the song on his album Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer (1963). He left me for a damsel dark, damsel dark, Each Friday night they used to spark, used to spark, And now my love who once was true to me Takes this dark damsel on his knee
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Lawrence "Piano Roll" Cook. play all. start radio. Lawrence "Piano Roll" Cook.
Redirected from Lawrence (Piano Roll) Cook). Jean Lawrence Cook (July 14, 1899 – April 2, 1976) was the most prolific piano roll artist in history. His output has been estimated at between 10,000 and 20,000 different roll recordings. Cook was born in Athens, Tennessee, the son of a preacher. He was orphaned before his fourth birthday, and raised by relatives who introduced him to music. He went on to become the most famous name in the history of the music roll industry. Various Artists - Rock & Roll with Piano, Vol. 14, 2012. Mason-Dixon Boogie 01:52. Cook'n the Boogie 02:11. All songs from Rock & Roll with Piano, Vol. 14. Other albums. Lawrence "Piano Roll" Cook - Cook'n The Boogie 02:11 Rockabilly Wildcats.
Lyrics for top songs by Lawrence "Piano Roll" Cook. The Old Piano Roll Blues. 03. Cook'n the Boogie.
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|A||I Used To Love You
Written By – Brown-Von Tilzer
|B||There Is A Tavern In The Town (In What Town?)
Written-By – Cy Coben
- Vocals [Sung By] – The Jim Dandies
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