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The Andrews Sisters

The Andrews Sisters were the most successful female vocal group of the first half of the 20th century in the U.S. One source lists 113 singles chart entries by the trio between 1938-1951, an average of more than eight per year. They boasted an exuberant, close-harmony style well-suited to cheery novelty songs, and their intricate vocal arrangements and rhythmic ability mirrored the sound of the swing bands that constituted their chief competition in their heyday. But, in a sense, they had no competition. No other female vocal group, and very few male ones, came close to their success from the late '30s to the early '50s, an era when first big bands and then solo singers dominated popular music. Their reign is all the more remarkable given that they swam against the current of contemporary music trends while making it seem effortless. For the most part, the Andrews Sisters did not focus on romantic material, but rather sang upbeat songs, often borrowed from other cultures. Although they were well-established by the time the U.S. entered World War II, their optimistic tenor made them perfect boosters of the war effort, and in later years they remained closely identified with the war years, remembered as wearing military uniforms and singing their signature song, "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy."

The Andrews Sisters -- LaVerne Andrews (born July 6, 1911; died May 8, 1967), Maxene Andrews (born January 3, 1916; died October 21, 1995), and Patty Andrews (born February 16, 1918) -- were each born in Mound, MN, the children of a Greek immigrant father and a Norwegian immigrant mother who ran a restaurant in Minneapolis. They turned to singing as children, entertaining on local radio and in amateur revues, with Patty taking the lead, Maxene singing high harmony, and LaVerne low. They were particularly inspired by the Boswell Sisters, who scored a number of hits in the early '30s. Their first professional engagement came in December 1932 at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis. In November 1933, they joined a vaudeville troupe for six months, traveling around the Midwest. Afterwards, their parents closed the restaurant to devote themselves to their career, and they spent the years 1934-1937 touring with bands. In 1937, they went to New York as part of Leon Belasco's band and while there made their first recordings, albeit under Belasco's name, for Brunswick Records. After the Belasco band broke up that summer, they were signed to Decca Records on their own. Decca had recorded the Boswell Sisters successfully until they broke up in 1935, and the label was on the lookout for a similar group.

The Andrews Sisters' second Decca single, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen," an Anglicized version of a song from the Yiddish theater, became a massive hit. The song made its first appearance on Your Hit Parade on January 8, 1938, and rose to number one two weeks later. The hit established the trio, which began to get extensive radio and personal-appearance work. They returned to the hit parade in April 1939 with their recording of the novelty song "Hold Tight, Hold Tight." In 1940, signed to Universal Pictures, they made the first of a series of low-budget "B" movies, Argentine Nights. (Between 1940-1948, they appeared in 17 films, including lending their voices to two animated features for Disney.) That year, they scored a Top Ten hit on the Billboard chart with "Ferryboat Serenade (La Piccinina)." "I'll Be With You in Apple Blossom Time," their Top Ten hit of 1941, was featured in their film Buck Privates. Also during the year, they reached the Top 20 with "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy."

With the U.S. entry into World War II, the Andrews Sisters began appearing frequently at military bases; they later traveled overseas to entertain the troops. Although their recording activity was slowed by the musicians' union strike that began in 1942, they had another Top Ten hit that year with "Strip Polka." When Decca settled with the union in 1943, they embarked on a series of hits, many of them with Bing Crosby. The million-selling "Pistol Packin' Mama," backed with "Vict'ry Polka," was a two-sided hit with Crosby in 1943-1944, then they topped the charts with their own "Shoo-Shoo Baby" in January 1944. Before the end of the year, they and Crosby had gone to number one with the double-sided hit "(There'll Be A) Hot Time in the Town of Berlin (When the Yanks Go Marching In)" and "Is You Is or Is You Ain't (Ma' Baby)," as well as Cole Porter's "Don't Fence Me In."

The Andrews Sisters premiered their own weekly network radio show, Eight-to-the-Bar Ranch, at the end of 1944 as the hits continued with the calypso song "Rum and Coca-Cola," which went to number one in February 1945, becoming the biggest hit of that year. The group's other Top Ten hits for 1945 were "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive" and "Along the Navajo Trail," both with Crosby, and "The Blond Sailor." 1946 found them in the Top Ten with the gold-selling "South America, Take It Away" (with Crosby), "Rumors Are Flying" (accompanied by guitarist Les Paul), and "Christmas Island" (backed by Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians). 1947 brought the Top Ten hits "Tallahassee" (with Crosby), "Near You," and "The Lady From 29 Palms." And in 1948, when they were ranked as the top recording artists of the year, the Andrews Sisters reached the Top Ten with "Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo)" (with Danny Kaye), "Toolie Oolie Doolie (The Yodel Polka)," "Underneath the Arches," and "You Call Everybody Darling."

The Andrews Sisters cooled as a recording act after 1948, as they began to focus on nightclub performing and Patty Andrews became more of a focus of the group as well as launching a concurrent solo recording career. Their next big hit was "I Can Dream, Can't I?," a gold single on which Patty sang lead with her sisters providing backup; it hit number one in January 1950. "I Wanna Be Loved," with the same sort of arrangement, also topped the charts in June. The trio's last Top Ten hit was "Sparrow in the Tree Top," another pairing with Bing Crosby, in 1951. They continued to record for Decca through the end of 1953, at which point Patty Andrews left the group for a solo career while Maxene and LaVerne Andrews continued to perform as the Andrews Sisters. In June 1956, the three reconciled. They recorded for Capitol Records (1956-1959) and Dot Records (1961-1967) without commercial impact. In the fall of 1966, LaVerne Andrews retired from performing due to illness and was replaced by Joyce de Young; she died of cancer the following spring. The Andrews Sisters made their final appearance as a trio in July 1968, after which Maxene Andrews took a job at Lake Tahoe Paradise College of Fine Arts. Patty Andrews returned to her solo career and in 1971 appeared in a musical revue called Victory Canteen in Los Angeles. The revue was then expanded into a book musical and Maxene Andrews was brought in for what became Over Here!. Meanwhile, Bette Midler revived "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" for a Top Ten hit in 1973, bringing two Andrews Sisters compilation albums (The Best of the Andrews Sisters on MCA and Boogie Woogie Bugle Girls on Paramount) into the charts. Over Here! opened on Broadway on March 6, 1974. Its cast album charted, as did another Andrews Sisters compilation (In the Mood on Paramount).

Maxene and Patty Andrews had a falling out with the producers of Over Here!, and with each other, leading to the show's premature closing on January 4, 1975, and the cancellation of a national tour. The two sisters remained estranged from then on, although they made occasional joint appearances and Patty visited the hospital when Maxene suffered a heart attack in 1982. Both sisters maintained solo careers into the 1990s. Maxene Andrews was on a vacation from her role in the off-Broadway musical Swingtime Canteen when she suffered another heart attack and died in the fall of 1995. Patty Andrews, the last of the Andrews Sisters, died at her home in Los Angeles in January 2013; she was 94 years old. ~ William Ruhlmann
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The Incomparable The Andrews Sisters

1. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon

2. Joseph, Joseph

3. Oh! Ma-Ma

4. Sha-Sha

6. Begin The Beguine

7. The Beer Barrel Polka

8. The Jumping Jive

9. Oh, Johnny! Oh Johnny! Oh!

10. South American Way

11. Let's Have Another One

12. Say 'Si, Si'

13. Rhumboogie

14. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

16. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

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Track List: Rum And Coca Cola

1. Rum And Coca-Cola

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Track List: Great Golden Hits (In Stereo)

1. Rum And Coca-Cola

2. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon

3. I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time

4. Beer Barrel Polka

5. The Old Piano Roll Blues

6. I Can Dream, Can't I?

7. Down In The Valley

8. Pennsylvania Polka

9. Rhumboogie

10. Joseph Joseph

11. Ti-Pi-Tin

12. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

13. Near You

14. Don't Fence Me In

15. Hold Tight

16. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

18. I Wanna Be Loved

19. The Shrine Of St. Cecilia

20. Aurora

21. Pistol Packin' Mama

23. Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny Oh!

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Track List: The Andrews Sisters’ Greatest Hits In Stereo / Great Golden Hits

1. I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time

2. Beer Barrel Polka

3. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

4. I Can Dream, Can't I

5. Pennsylvania Polka

6. Hold Tight

7. Rum And Coca Cola

8. Down In The Valley

9. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon

10. The Shrine Of St. Cecilia

11. Rhumboogie

12. Joseph! Joseph!

13. Ti-Pi-Tin

14. The Old Piano Roll Blues

15. Near You

16. Pistol Packin' Mama

17. Don't Fence Me In

18. Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny Oh!

19. Oh! Ma-Ma!

20. I Wanna Be Loved

21. Aurora

24. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

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Track List: 55 The Andrews Sisters World Hits

1. Rum And Coca Cola

2. Bei Mir Bist Du Schön

3. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

4. Near You

5. Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive

6. Bounce Me Brother With A Solid Four

9. Rhumboogie

10. Beer Barrel Polka

12. Straighten Up And Fly Right

13. I Can Dream, Can't I

14. Rumors Are Flying

15. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

16. Money Is The Root Of All Evil

17. The Wedding Of Lili Marlene

18. One Meat Ball

20. How Lucky You Are

21. Down In The Valley

22. Scrub Me, Mama, With A Boogie Beat

23. I Wanna Be Loved

24. A Penny A Kiss A Penny A Hug

26. Underneath The Linden Tree

28. Jealous

29. The Blossoms On The Bough

30. More Beer

32. Open Door Open Arms

34. Avocado

35. Red River Valley

36. Patience And Fortitude

37. The Jumpin' Jive

38. Chico's Love Song

40. You Don't Know How Much You Can Suffer

41. Sabre Dance

42. Heartbreaker

43. Charley My Boy

44. Why Talk About Love

46. Says My Heart

49. Pistol Packin' Mama (Feat. Bing Crosby)

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Track List: The Best Of Andrews Sisters

1. Rum And Coca-Cola

4. Pennsylvania 6-5000

5. The Jumpin' Jive

6. Sing A Tropical Song

7. Carmen's Boogie

8. South American Way

9. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

10. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon

11. Rhumboogie

12. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

13. Lullaby Of Broadway

14. Ti-Pi-Tin

16. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

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Track List: Beer Barrel Polka

2. Sing, Sing, Sing

3. Shoo Shoo Baby

4. In The Mood

5. The Woodpecker Song

6. Beer Barrel Polka

7. Chico´s Love Song

8. Don´t Sit Under The Apple Tree

10. I´ll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time

11. Nice Work If You Can Get It

12. Rhumboogie

13. Three Little Sisters

14. Ti Pi Tin

16. Hit The Road

17. Oh Johnny Oh Johnny Oh

18. South American Way

19. Rum And Coca-Cola

20. Don´t Be That Way

22. Say Si Si

23. Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar

24. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

25. Tu-Li Tulip Time

26. Straighten Up And Fly Right

27. Well All Right

28. Strip Polka

29. Corns For My Country

31. Joseph Joseph

32. Says My Heart

33. Elmer´s Tune

36. Sonny Boy

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Track List: Los Anuncios De La Radio

14. Ron & Coca Cola

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Track List: Andrews Sisters Fifty Favourites

1. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

2. Jumpin Jive

3. In The Mood

4. I've Got A Girl In Kalamazoo

5. Oh Johnny Oh Johnny

8. South American Way

10. Say Si Si

11. Begin The Beguine

12. Rum And Coca-Cola

13. Hold Tight, Hold Tight (Want Some Seafood Mama)

14. Down In The Valley

15. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon

16. Shoo Shoo Baby

19. Pennsylvania 6-5000

21. Strip Polka

22. The Ferry Boat Serenade

24. The Woodpecker Song

25. Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar

26. One Meat Ball

27. Well All Right

29. That's The Moon My Son

30. Near You

31. Winter Wonderland

32. How Lucky You Are

37. Coax Me A Little Bit

38. Say Si Si

44. Patience And Fortitude

46. The Money Song

47. Red River Valley

48. Toolie Oolie Doolie 'Yodel Polka'

49. I Hate To Lose You

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Track List: Classic Collection

1. Rum And Coca Cola

2. Pistol Packin' Mama

4. Sabre Dance

5. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

6. I'm In Love Again

7. Guys And Dolls

8. Begin The Beguine

10. Down In The Valley

11. Red River Valley

12. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

13. Heartbreaker

15. Sing A Tropical Song

19. The Woodpecker Song

20. Shoo Shoo Baby

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Track List: The Ultimate Andrews Sisters

1. (I'll Be With You In) Apple Blossom Time (Digital Remaster 2003)

2. Beer Barrel Polka (Skoda Lasky) (Digital Remaster 2003)

3. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me) (Digital Remaster 2003)

4. Last Night On The Back Porch (I Loved Her Best Of All) (Digital Remaster 2002)

5. Proper Cup Of Coffee (Digital Remaster 2003)

6. Hooray For Love (Digital Remaster 2002)

7. Back In Your Own Back Yard (Digital Remaster 2002)

8. Ti Pi Tin (Digital Remaster 2003)

9. Shoo-Shoo Baby (Digitally Remastered 2003)

10. Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) (Digital Remaster 2002)

11. Let There Be Love (Digitally Remastered 2002)

12. I Want To Linger (Digital Remaster 2003)

13. Rum And Coca Cola (Digital Remaster 2001)

14. Don't Bring Lulu (Remaster 2002)

15. Begin The Beguine (Digital Remaster 2003)

16. Melancholy Moon (Digital Remaster 2003)

17. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar (Digital Remaster 2003)

18. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (Digital Remaster 2003)

19. Hold Tight (Want Some Sea Food Mama) (Digital Remaster 2003)

20. Tea For Two (Digital Remaster 2002)

21. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (Digital Remaster 2001)

22. When Francis Dances With Me (Digital Remaster 2002)

23. That Naughty Waltz (Remaster 2002)

24. Keep Your Skirts Down, Mary Ann (Digital Remaster 2002)

25. The Song Is You (Digital Remaster 2002)

26. Younger Than Springtime (Digital Remaster 2002)

27. Ferry Boat Serenade (Digital Remaster 2003)

28. Show Me The Way To Go Home (Digital Remaster 2002)

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Track List: Shoo Shoo Baby

1. Rum And Coca Cola

2. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon

3. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

4. Guys And Dolls

5. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You

6. Sabre Dance

7. Begin The Beguine

9. Heartbreaker

11. Beer Barrel Polka

14. Sing A Tropical Song

16. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

19. I'm In Love Again

20. Red River Valley

22. Shoo Shoo Baby

23. The Wedding Of Lili Marlene

24. The Woodpecker Song

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Track List: The Andrews Sisters - 21 Timeless Classics

1. Says My Heart

2. Ferryboat Serenade

3. Lily Belle

4. Lullaby Of Broadway

5. Along The Navajo Trail

6. Rumours Are Flying

9. Near You

10. The Lady From 29 Palms

13. Sabre Dance

14. Toolie Oolie Doolie

15. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

16. Underneath The Arches

18. The Windmill Song

21. Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers

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Track List: Music From The Yiddish Radio Project

10. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen

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Track List: Pistol Packin' Mamas

1. Bei Mir Bist Du Shon

3. (I'm Getting) Corns For My Country

4. Rum And Coca Cola

5. Shoo Shoo Baby

6. South American Way

8. Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive

9. Pistol Packin' Mama

10. Civilisation (Bongo Bongo Bongo)

11. Beer Barrel Polka (Roll Out The Barrel)

12. Say Si Si (Para Vigo Me Voy)

13. I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time

14. Well All Right (Tonight's The Night)

15. Strip Polka

16. The Woodpecker Song

17. Straighten Up And Fly Right

18. Three Caballeros

19. Tu-Li Tulip Time

20. Rhumboogie

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Track List: The Best Of The War Years

2. Straighten Up And Fly Right

3. Down In The Valley

4. Put That Ring On My Finger

6. Victory Polka

8. I'm Getting Corns For My Country

9. Lullaby Of Broadway

12. Sing A Tropical Song

13. Rhumboogie

14. Money Is The Root Of All Evil

15. Red River Valley

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Track List: Cocktail Hours

Disc 1

1. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

2. Rum And Coca-Cola

4. Beer Barrel Polka

5. Sonny Boy

6. I Can Dream, Can't I?

7. Ti-Pi-Tin

8. Hold Tight, Hold Tight (Want Some Seafood Mama)

9. Well All Right!

11. Oh! Johnny, Oh! Johnny Oh!

12. Pennsylvania Polka

13. Joseph! Joseph!

Disc 2

1. Woodpecker Song

2. Say "Si Si"

3. Strip Polka

4. Rhumboogie

5. Rumors Are Flying

6. Straighten Up And Fly Right

7. I Want My Mama

8. Underneath The Arches

9. You Call Everybody Darling

10. Scrub Me Mama With A Boogie Beat

11. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

12. The Money Song

13. Shoo-Shoo Baby

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Track List: 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection - Best Of The Andrews Sisters

1. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen

2. Hold Tight (Want Some Sea Food Mama)

3. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

4. I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time

5. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

6. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)

7. Shoo-Shoo Baby

8. Rum And Coca-Cola

9. Near You

10. I Wanna Be Loved

11. Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive (Feat. Bing Crosby

12. I Can Dream, Can't I?

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Track List: Capitol Collectors Series

1. Crazy Arms

2. I Want To Linger

3. Ti-Pi-Tin

4. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (Means That You're Grand)

5. Aurora (1991 Digital Remaster)

6. Ferry Boat Serenade

7. Rancho Piollo

8. Beer Barrel Polka (Roll Out The Barrel)

9. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (Digitally Remastered '90)

10. Rum And Coca Cola (1991 Digital Remaster)

11. Shoo-Shoo Baby

12. Well All Right! (Tonight's The Night)

13. Begin The Beguine

14. Tulip Time

15. Hold Tight, Hold Tight (Want Some Sea Food Mama)

16. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)

17. (I'll Be With You In) Apple Blossom Time

18. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

19. By His Word

20. Alone Again (1991 Digital Remaster)

21. One Mistake

22. Melancholy Moon

23. I've Got An Invitation To A Dance

24. E Ma-Ma (1991 Digital Remaster)

25. Proper Cup Of Coffee (1991 Digital Remaster)

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Track List: 50th Anniversary Collection

1. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (1937)

2. Gimme Some Skin My Friend

3. Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar

4. Tuxedo Junction

5. Bounce Me Brother With A Solid Four

6. Pagan Love Song

7. Shoo Shoo Baby

8. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (1940)

9. Rhumboogie (1940)

10. Beer Barrel Polka (Roll Out The Barrel)

11. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)

12. Rum And Coca-Cola

13. Corns For My Country

14. Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo)

15. 'way Down Yonder In New Orleans

16. I Can Dream, Can't I?

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grgich655
I wish I new
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What the hell happend to the music
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Fallout = Fun
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Classic
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Greatest vocal band of that era. Loved when they got inducted into the R&R HOF.
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#fallout
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I like their songs��
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I laughed when they said: a toot, toot, toot it made me think of f*rting!
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These girls where great
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I remember seeing these three in a Abbot and Costello film, and then hearing them again while playing Fallout and fell in love with them even more. Such a fantastic singing group from the 30's. If you're a fan of old movies or the videogame, Fallout, this group deserves a listen to for sure.
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Hello from the Fallout greetings from vault 81
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i love this
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So hot
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You can comment on Pandora , bruh what is this
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Love the songs
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Love the Andrews Sisters!!
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I'm a teen and prefer this over pop!!!!:)
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Boss
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Pandora works in the wasteland now, got it on my pip-boy!
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Company B blowhard.... rata-tat-tat !!!
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Beautiful and Talented, that says it all for this exciting trio. These lovely ladies knew how to entertain and give WWII vets plenty of inspiration. Here's to Patty,Maxine , a n d Laverne.
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This isn't racist. It's comparing the civilized world to more rural countries. Not slavery. Get you social justice warrior BS out of here. Also, I now have an urge to go blow some super mutants heads off. BINGO BANGO BONGO
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Did any one come here because of fallout
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Great comeback noonmia, and also, I love this music. It brightens my day. ��
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Also GO TO SCHOOL AND Learn How to write idiot
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I BET THEY SING BETTER THAN YOU WELL EVER BE ANNA THE BUTA
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Best song ever!
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The Old Classics!:) I'm so happy Pandora has this song.
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Love them.
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There songs really lift my sprites
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Apple Blossom time always takes me back to the late 1930's as a thirteen year old camping in a tent on the sand at Huntington Beach, California. The camp ground provided 110 power and our little radio ran most of 24 hours. Believe it or not our parents dropped me off with about 4 of my age mates to stay for week (camping fee 50 cents a night) with no adult supervision. . Spent the time fishing, body surfing.etc. Cooked our meals on a Coleman stove. Different era!















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Remember when I was a kid seeing them in a Abbott and Costello move. I thought, WOW, this is AWSOME. Sexy, Sexy, Sexy girls.
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They have such great talent!!!!
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I think there grate
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This bio needs to be updated as Patty pasted away on Jan.30th 2013
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I John think the the AndrewSister s w e r e t h e g r e a t e s t
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Just so amazing.
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I love this era of music. So fun with amazing harmonies. It's so pure, before all of the editing was used on voices.
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Love their style of music, and of that era, when music was fun to listen and dance to
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I love this song!!!
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NOSTAGLIC!
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LoVe them
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I don't like this song.
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I loved them in Abott and Cosetello movies !!!!!!!!
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When singing was good
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Go Sisters!!
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Nice.:|
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Beautiful voices
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Patty died not too long ago, so they are all gone now! :(
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