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Larry Cotton

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b. 14 July 1911, Oklahoma, USA, d. 12 January 1977, Hollywood, California, USA. Natural cotton was a favorite clean tenor big music group vocalist within the 30s and 40s. He started his professional profession in the first 30s, singing for quite some time with clarinettist Jimmy Grier’s music group and appeared within the documenting of ‘I’m Keeping Those Keepsakes You Gave Me’. In the past due 30s he became a member of Horace Heidt And His Musical Knights showing up together on Heidt’s US radio present, Pot O’ Silver (1938-41), among radio’s initial ‘giveaway’ displays, and in the film edition in 1941, which starred Adam Stewart and Paulette Goddard. Natural cotton highlighted prominently on lots of the music group’s hit information, including ‘Eliminated With The Breeze’ (a US #1 1), ‘Once IN THE While’, ‘There’s A Silver Mine Within the Sky’, ‘Special Somebody’, ‘Special As A Melody’, ‘Ti-Pi-Pia’ and ‘Tu-Li Tulip Period’, both with Lysbeth Hughes; ‘Small Sir Echo’, with Emily Stevenson; ‘Lovelight WITHIN THE Starlight’, ‘I Don’t Wish To Set THE PLANET On Fireplace’, with Donna Hardwood and Don Juans; ‘Shepherd Serenade’, with Gordon MacRae and Fred Lowery; and ‘Cent Serenade’. After portion with the united states Forces in Globe Battle II, his profession faded.

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Pot o' Gold 1941 Larry Cotton, Vocalist

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Pot o' Gold 1941 performer: "Do You Believe in Fairy Tales?" - uncredited

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