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Uncle Lumpy - Little Orley And His Coonskin Cap / Little Orley And His Fly-Frog-Fish Orchestra album mp3

Uncle Lumpy - Little Orley And His Coonskin Cap / Little Orley And His Fly-Frog-Fish Orchestra album mp3
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Uncle Lumpy
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Little Orley And His Coonskin Cap / Little Orley And His Fly-Frog-Fish Orchestra
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A. Little Orley And His Coonskin Cap. Written By – Lumpy Brannum, Tom Howell. B. Little Orley And His Fly-Frog-Fish Orchestra. Written By – Lumpy Brannum. Story With Songs, Sound Effects and Orchestra Conducted by Fred Culley. Matrix, Runout (Runout A - Stamped): 45 83193 3. Matrix, Runout (Runout B - Stamped): 45 83194 3.

A. Conductor – Fred Culley.

His role as Mr. Green Jeans was partly based on stories about a farm kid named "Little Orley" that he told with the Fred Waring orchestra, on the radio and on 78-rpm records under the pseudonym "Uncle Lumpy". According to Bob Keeshan, Mr. Green Jeans was an extension of Brannum's real personality. The shows were performed before a live audience. During one episode of Captain Kangaroo, a lion cub bit Brannum's finger and drew blood Brannum died o. . Little Orley and the Cricket. Little Orley and the Happy Bird. Little Orley and the Haunted House. Little Orley and the Little Engine. Little Orley's Barn Dance.

Before his time on Captain Kangaroo, he hosted a local children's TV series called Uncle Lumpy's Cabin, seen weekday mornings on WABC-TV in New York City during the 1951 season. Mr. Green Jeans earned his moniker from his distinctive apparel, a pair of farmer's overalls (later, jeans and a denim jacket) in his signature green (although, since the show was broadcast in black-and-white for much of its run, this was lost on viewers). He was a talented and inquisitive handyman who provided assistance at the Treasure House.

Little Orley And His Written By – Lumpy. Coonskin Cap Brannum, Tom. Howell. Little Orley And His Written By – Lumpy. Fly-Frog-Fish Brannum. Matrix, Runout (Runout A - Stamped): 45 83193 3 Matrix, Runout (Runout B - Stamped): 45 83194 3 Matrix, Runout (Label A): (45-83193) Matrix, Runout (Label B): (45-83194)◈.

Lumpy was originally from Illinois. His family later moved to Redlands, California where he attended Redlands University. Lumpy played string bass in the Marine Corp band and later as a member of Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. Lumpy created and narrated the "Little Orley" stories for Fred Waring's radio program of the late 1940s and was a scriptwriter for the Waring TV show in the 1950s. While the Orley stories were a weekly feature of the radio program, the stories were offered less and less often once Waring moved the program to television. 6. 7. 8. Get Well!, Orley's Adventures with Dr. Feathers. 9. Little Orley and the Fish. 10.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Little Orley And His Coonskin Cap
Written By – Lumpy Brannum, Tom Howell
4:27
B Little Orley And His Fly-Frog-Fish Orchestra
Written By – Lumpy Brannum

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Decca Records Pressing Plant, Richmond, IN

Credits

  • Conductor [Orchestra] – Fred Culley

Notes

Story With Songs, Sound Effects and Orchestra Conducted by Fred Culley.

No printed track time for Side B.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A - Stamped): 45 83193 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B - Stamped): 45 83194 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): (45-83193)
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): (45-83194)◈