|Crystal Ball Polka|
|9-61358||Kenny Bass And His Polka Poppers||Kenny's Polka (7")||Coral||9-61358||US||1955|
|9-61358||Kenny Bass And His Polka Poppers||Kenny's Polka (7")||Coral||9-61358||Netherlands||1955|
|61358||Kenny Bass And His Polka Poppers||Kenny's Polka (Shellac, 10")||Coral||61358||US||1955|
A Polka & Waltz Tribute To Kenny Bass & Johnny Pecon. International Sound Machine. 7. Polka Lovers Time Medley.
A. Magic City Written-By. B. Pine Tree Polka Written-By – Dick.
It's Happy Polka Time. Kenny Bass & His Polka Poppers. St. Patrick's Cathedral Choir Sings Christmas Songs. Patrick's Cathedral Choir. Kenny Bass & His Orchestra. Doin' the Twist at the Peppermint Lounge. Joey Dee and the Starliters. Pearl Bailey with the Louis Bellson Orchestra.
Polka-style medleys of cover songs are a distinguishing part of American musician, satirist, parodist, and songwriter "Weird Al" Yankovic's catalog. Twelve of his fourteen albums contain them; his self-titled debut and Even Worse omit them.
Check Kenny Bass: Polka, Music, Veteran, Johnny Pecon, International Sound Machine, Medley, Waltz Tribute, Cleveland, Battle Buddy, Marine, PTSD, Address.
The Kenny Bass Orchestra was formed in August of 1950 and within a period of some 20 years would establish itself as one of the greatest recording bands in the polka field. Some 17 polka albums and 200 singles were produced on the major labels of Coral, Decca, and Roulette Records. His great ear for music brought together some of the best musicians in the business including the following accordionists: Frank Mauer, Joe Luzar, Lou Luzar, Dick Sodja and Bob Timko.