The recording career of Robert Carr spanned from around 1904 to the late 1930's. As well as his own names many recordings were issued under pseudonyms, . Robert Oswald, Harry Durrant, Robert Durrant, William Duncan, Richard Condor, Ernest Gray, Bobby Gray though those names sometimes concealed the identities of other singers as well. イリアス: C. Harwin, Cecil Hardy (3), Ernest Gray, George Scott (16), Godfrey Barrington, Harry Trevor, R. Durant (2), Ronald Chambers, Walter Lawrence. ループで: Camden And Roberts.
Where My Caravan has Rested (Lohr, Hermann Frederic). Where my caravan has rested. Lohr, Hermann Frederic. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
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Start by marking Where My Caravan Has Rested as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Burris Jenkins. Jenkins isn't well known today, but his story is worth exploring.
have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 46215 Catalog number: A1897. Other IDs from the record include: (46215). 78 -rested lonr gbia0008032b.
The evidence against him rested on mere presumption, and he consistently declared himself innocent Somerset died in July 1645, leaving one daughter, Anne, the sole issue of his ill-fated marriage, afterwards wife of William Russell, 1st Duke of Bedford. The rise and fall of Robert Carr and his relationship to Thomas Overbury are the subject of Rafael Sabatini's 1930 novel The Minion, written shortly before Sabatini's divorce from his first wife in 1931. Given The Minion's more tragic tone, it may have been Sabatini's divorce that tainted his normally optimistic, hero-wins-out writing style).
|A||–Robert Carr||Where My Caravan Has Rested|
|B||–Anderson Nicol||Only Once More|
|2421||R. Carr* / Anderson Nicol||R. Carr* / Anderson Nicol - Where My Caravan Has Rested / Only Once More (Shellac, 10")||The Winner||2421||UK||1913|