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Down In The Indies - Ruth Wallis - Ruth Wallis Sings (Vinyl)

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  1. By the around WORC had nine albums available. Wallis generally released a new album every Christmas. The company moved to Miami Beach, Florida before the catalog was sold to King. Ruth Wallis composed the music and the lyrics for all of her songs. She generally performed in dinner clubs in larger U.S. Cities.
  2. Ruth Wallis (5 January – 22 December ) was a novelty cabaret singer. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Wallis began her career singing jazz and cabaret standards, but gained fame in the s and s for her risqué, satirical songs, rife with double entendre that she wrote herself.
  3. We got married in the spring To prove it here's my wedding ring I always think of my blushing groom Whenever I see the pansies bloom OH No Say it cannot be Queer things are happening to me A groom should bring his bride some .
  4. Ruth Wallis: Saucy Hit Parade; Wallis Original WLP; deep groove E-/E- $20 -- vocal/torch/risque; Men in My Life, The Dinghy Song, Senorita What's Her Name, Down in the Indies (an early calypso), Pull Down the Shade Marie, It's a Scream how Leveene Does the Rhumba, Life of Reilly, Oilman from Texas, Johnny Had a Yo Yo.
  5. COMEDY VINYL JOB LOT RUTH WALLIS ANNA RUSSELL BOB NEWHART JIM DAVIDSON. $ + $ shipping. Ruth Wallis Sings For A Cafe Party - Wallis Original Record Corp - Preowned 10" $ shipping: DOWN IN THE INDIES / PULL DOWN THE SHADE MARIE. - AN OIL MAN FROM TEXAS / TOO MANY MEN IN MY LIFE. Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Nov 07,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Pull Down the Shade, Marie · Ruth Wallis Sings the Spice Is Right ℗ Screenland Records .
  7. Jan 03,  · Ruth Wallis, Singer-Writer of Risqué Songs, Dies at By Margalit Fox. Jan. 3, ; Ruth Wallis, a cabaret singer of the s, ’50s and ’60s who was known as .
  8. Ruth Wallis Born January 5, () Brooklyn, New York, USA Died December 22, , Killingly, Connecticut, United States was a cabaret singer of the s, '50s and '60s who was known as the Queen of the Party Song for the genteelly risqué.
  9. Ruth Wallis: Ruth Wallis Sings: EP Jubilee: 7", 45 RPM, EP, US: Ruth Wallis: On Stage With Ruth Wallis: TC Ruth Wallis: Pull Down The Shade Marie / The Dinghy Song: Wallis Original Record Corp. 78 RPM, 10",, Ruth Wallis: The Dinghy Song/ Down In The Indies/ Tonight You Sleep In The Bathtub/ Pull Down The Shade, Marie.

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