Ernest Rogers - Steamboat Bill / Waitin' For The "Robert E. Lee" mp3 album
- Performer: Ernest Rogers
- Title: Steamboat Bill / Waitin' For The "Robert E. Lee"
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: MOD MP1 DXD DMF DTS AAC VOC
- Released: 1927
- Style: Country
- MP3 album: 1653 mb
- FLAC album: 1101 mb
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 886
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The steamboat ROBERT E. LEE The steamboat ROBERT E. LEE was built in New Albany, Indiana in 1866. The ship was named for Robert E. Lee, General-in-Chief of the Confederate States during the American Civil War. It usually ran between New Orleans and Natchez, Mississippi. In 1870, the ROBERT E. LEE won a race against the Natchez, going from New Orleans to St. Louis. The distance was 1857 km, and the Robert E. Lee made it in 3 days and 18 hours. That steamboat race later got famous. In September 1882, after 16 years of service, the ROBERT E. LEE caught fire 50 km north of New Orleans
Ernest Rogers was a native of Atlanta, GA. He attended Emory University where he was a member of their prestigious Glee club. In the fall of 1920 he became a writer for the Atlanta journal. In 1934 He began working for the journal's WSB radio station where he soon became one of the most popular anchors. These sides were recorded for the Victor label in the late 1920's. The tunes are very enjoyable but hard to classify. There are country and blues influences to be heard and no doubt some interesting and well written lyrics. 04-Ernest Rogers - Waitin For The Robert E Lee (Victor 20798-B). 05-Ernest Rogers - My Red-Haired Lady (Victor 20870-A).
The Great Steamboat Race. Robert W. Smith - Alfred Publishing C. Inc. The Great Steamboat Race. You'll be swept back in time as this programmatic work recounts the tale of a race between two Mississippi River paddleboats
Robert E. Lee, nicknamed the "Monarch of the Mississippi," was a steamboat built in New Albany, Indiana, in 1866. It was named for General Robert E. Lee, General in Chief of the Armies of the Confederate States. The steamboat gained its greatest fame for racing and beating the then-current speed record holder, Natchez, in an 1870 steamboat race. Its capacity was 5741 bales of cotton.
Bob Milne - Waiting for the Robert E. Lee 03:10. Bob Milne - Trouble in Mind 03:01. Bob Milne - When You & I Were Young, Maggie 05:50. Bob Milne - Queen of Love 03:15. Bob Milne - Sailing Down the Chesapeake Bay 02:56. Bob Milne - Missouri Waltz 04:39. Bob Milne - Peaceful Henry 03:12. Bob Milne - Maple Leaf Rag 02:57. Bob Milne - What'll We Do (On a Dew, Dew, Dewey Day?) 02:53. Bob Milne - Dixie Queen Rag 02:45.
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- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
- Vocals, Guitar – Ernest Rogers
NotesBoth sides recorded 23 May 1927 in Camden, NJ.
Side A matrix no. 38921-1.
Side B matrix no. 38922-1.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): F 20798A 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): I 20798B 1