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The Mom & Dads, Quentin Ratliff & His Sax - Skirts Album

The Mom & Dads, Quentin Ratliff & His Sax - Skirts Album

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Interprète: The Mom & Dads, Quentin Ratliff & His Sax
Titre: Skirts
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1969
Style: Easy Listening
Category: Jazz / Pop
Classement: 4.0
Catalogue #: M&D-1324
Label: Not On Label (The Mom & Dads Self-released)


1Cab Driver
Written-By – Parks
Written By – Roberts - RandallWritten-By – Roberts, Randall


  • Performer [With]Doris, Harold, Les
  • SaxophoneQuentin Ratliff


  • Rights Society (A): ASCAP
  • Rights Society (B): BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): M&D-1324-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): M&D-1324-B
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): 1324-A MR Δ81409
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): 1324-B MR Δ81409-X


  • Published By – M. Witmark & Sons
  • Published By – Blackhawk Music Co.
  • Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co. – Δ81409


The Mom and Dads were a Western-styled folk music group from Spokane, Washington that specialized in waltzes, polkas, and general easy listening. The quartet, made up of one elderly woman and three middle-aged men, featured Doris A. Crow June 17, 1905 September 28, 1998 on piano, Quentin Ratliff August 13, 1933 - January 25, 2013 on saxophone, Leslie Welch February 2, 1912 February 1, 1983 on accordion, and Harold Hendren July 12, 1919 - September 9, 2008 on drums. The Mom & Dads , Quentin Ratliff & His Sax - Ever True Ever More 7, Single. Not On Label The Mom & Dads Self-released. Artist: Quentin Ratliff. Title: Skirts, Cab Driver. LabelCat: The Mom & Dads M&D-1324. Made in: USA. Media: 7, 45rpm, Genre: Jazz, Saxophone. Features: PS: Generic, New white sleeve. Overall Vinyl Grade: VG. RICK DEES & HIS CAST OF IDIOTSBarely White That'll Get it BabyRSO 870 Promo 45. RICK JAMESGlowGordy 1796GF Soul 45. ROBERT MAXWELLOne O'clock JumpDecca 31668 Easy Listening Promo 45. The Mom & Dads: Were a Western-styled folk music group from Spokane, Washington that specialized in waltzes, polkas, and general easy listening. Crow on piano, Quentin Ratliff on saxophone, Leslie Welch on accordion, and Harold Hendren on drums. Allegheny Moon, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Springtime In The Rockies и другие песни. Quentin Ratliff. The Mom and Dads. Herbert Happy Lawson. Pete Davidson's experience of losing his own firefighter dad on 911 is the basis for his dramedy The King of Staten Island. Pete and director Judd Apatow wanted real-life firefighters to be in the film, and one of them is actually Pete's dad's best friend, John Sorrentino. Access Hollywood's Sibley Scoles talked to John about Pete's similarities to his father and having a flashback on set. The King of Staten Island is now available on Video on Demand. Jack Black gives The Tonight Show audience a taste of the Sax-A-Boom skills he made famous by playing the toy instrument at Tenacious D shows. Subscribe takes many pictures for his album. He photographs the cities like New York and other special places. He photographs people working: police, ambulance drivers, steel workers, doctors. Philip Stewart, Richard's father, is a doctor. He's a pediatrician, a children's doctor. And Richard's mother, Ellen Stewart, is a homemaker. His brother Robbie, is a student at Riverdale high school. He's 17. Richard has one sister. Before Evans formed his virtuosic trio, hed been the pianist in the immortal sextet that shaded Miles Davis Kind of Blue. He was a heroin-shooting, Buddhist, classically trained player who looked like a nebbish bookkeeper stashed in the Sterling Cooper basement, but according to Davis, he played like crystal notes or sparkling water. Reimagined numbers from Miles Davis, Cole Porter, and George and Ira Gershwin elegantly toast LaFaros originals in which he bends the bass with balletic grace underneath Evans Zen restraint. Less than two weeks later. From the Album The Mom & Dads Play Your Favorite Hymns. September 2, 1978. 0 out of 5 stars 1 rating. Exclusive Prime pricing. to buy. This is a lovely, lilty sax rendition. We used it for accompaniment at our church. Everyone enjoyed it. You can sing all the verses with this track. Read more