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Collins & Harlan, the team of American singers Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan formed a popular comic duo between 1903 and 1926. They sang ragtime standards as well as what were known as coon songs music sung by white performers in a black dialect. Their material also employed many other stereotypes of the time including Irishmen and farmers. Rival recording artist Billy Murray nicknamed them The Half-Ton Duo as both men were rather overweight. Collins and Harlan produced many number one hits. Closing Time is the debut album by American singer-songwriter Tom Waits, released in March 1973 on Asylum Records. Produced and arranged by former Lovin' Spoonful member Jerry Yester, Closing Time was the first of seven of Waits' major releases by Asylum. The album is noted for being predominantly folk influenced although Waits intended for Closing Time to be a jazz, piano-led album. Upon release, the album was mildly successful in the United States, although it did not chart and received little. Closing time at the country grocery store. Comic dialogue, with organ. Contributor Names. Collins and Harlan: Vocal group. Harlan, Byron G. Collins, Arthur: speaker. Collins And Harlan: Vocal Group, Harlan, B. Collins, A. Harlan, B. 1907 Closing Time in a Country Grocery. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, MLA citation style: Collins And Harlan: Vocal Group, et al. Closing Time in a Country Grocery. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, More Audio Recordings like this. Audio Recording. Collins and Harlan probably harmonized for the first time as members of this Edison quartet. By 1903 Natus no longer worked for Edison. The June 1903 Edison Phonograph Monthly announces that I Must Have a Been a Dreamin' Standard 7850, sung by Arthur Collins and Joe Natus, would be by Collins and Harlan. Many of their early recordings are rube sketches with songs, such as Closing Time in a Country Grocery Victor 1728 Burke & Rous cylinder 236 and Two Rubes in a Tavern Victor 1727 B & R 239, and they continued recording rural comedy for years, Harlan performing it into the 1920s. Closing time at the country grocery store Alternate title. Victor ledgers. Authors and Composers. Byron G. Harlan author. Notes Hide Additional Titles. Collins and Harlan Vocal group. Harlan speaker. Arthur Collins speaker. Songwriting great Harlan Howard - the man who defined country music as three chords and the truth - masterfully straddles the line sympathetic and kind of patronizing in this sharp appraisal of how a history of heartbreak left a woman cold and bitter. After opening with the line Don't be so sad, the song becomes increasingly tragic, detailing the last moments of a failing relationship before winding down to the closing chorus, Hear the whisper of the raindrops blowing soft against the windowAnd make believe you love me one more timeFor the good times. However, its highest distinction lies in the fact that on November 16th, 2001, Georgia congressman Mac Collins. Temporary grocery store changes. Hours can vary by location. Check websites for your closest location to confirm. Some may also have automated messages if you call. Albertsons: Stores are opening one hour later and closing one hour earlier to give staff time to restock shelves with food and other essential items, the company confirmed to the Arizona Republic, part of the USA TODAY Network. Giant Eagle: The grocer said in a news release that starting Sunday, its flagship and Market District supermarkets will be open 7 a. to 10 p. seven days a week. All GetGo stores adjacent to supermarkets will mirror the supermarket hours. Текст песни: Ah were drinking and were dancing And the band is really happening And the Johnny Walker wisdom running high And my very sweet the other highlights, the pinched harmonies of the Old Time String Band featuring Tracy Schwarz convey the faith of trapped miners in the heaven that awaits, while Dark as a Dungeon by Merle Travis remains one of the classics of the coal-mining songbook. A number of unvarnished, a cappella performances capture the essence of work that breaks your back, blackens your lungs, and ultimately takes your life. Having grown up in a coal camp in Southeastern KY many of these songs were heard on a regular basis. Read more. Grocery stores have been deemed essential businesses, meaning their employees are worried about being exposed to the coronavirus. At grocery stores, the surge in buying has shown no signs of slowing, and tensions have risen. Customers have also lashed out at grocery workers, angrily complaining about the bare shelves. For the second time in a week, Walmart said it was opening stores later and closing earlier, a significant scaling back for a retailer that is relied on for 24-hour service and whose business is booming amid the crisis