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Doin What Comes Naturlly - Various Featuring Dorothy Shay - Park Avenue Hillbillies And West End Cowboys (Country Novelty Songs) (CD)

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  1. Oct 23,  · Dorothy Shay (April 11, – October 22, ) was an American popular comedic recording artist in the late s and early s, who later became a character actress. She was known as the "Park Avenue Hillbilly".She signed with Columbia Records and recorded a series of hit records. Her biggest hit was "Feudin' and Fightin'" in
  2. THE PARK AVENUE HILLBILLIE--Ten Inch VG++/VG+ Album by Dorothy Shay--on CapitolThis is the LP, THE PARK AVE. HILLBILLY, by Dorothy Shay(Capitol H [H]--mono--Ten-Inch).CONDITION: Record: VG++; Jacket: VG+ (back very discolored with ring wear; minimal wear otherwise).SONGS: Sagebrush Sadie; Television's Tough on Love; Howlinest, Hootinest Gal; If It .
  3. Jul 31,  · 1 Feudin' And Fightin' 2 Say That We're Sweethearts Again 3 Mountain Gal 4 Efficiency 5 Flat River, Missouri 6 I've Been To Hollywood 7 Uncle Fud 8 I'm In Love With A Married Man.
  4. Here's Dorothy Shay.. [Dorothy Shay] Popular and humorous songs. Compact disc. Biographical notes by Tony Middleton on insert. Event notes: Selections recorded between and Park Avenue Hillbillie sings Broadway ditties and songs of sly sophistication! Reviews.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Park Avenue Hillbillies and West End Cowboys - Dorothy Shay on AllMusic - - Rather than assemble a straight Dorothy Shay 8/
  6. Dorothy Shay was born on April 11, in Jacksonville, Florida, USA as Dorothy Sims. She was an actress, known for The Waltons (), Matinee Theatre () and Comin' Round the Mountain (). She was married to Dick Looman. She died on October 22, in Santa Monica, California, USA.
  7. The Park Avenue Hillbillie Sings, an Album by Dorothy Shay. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. Set C; Shellac 10"). Genres: Traditional Pop, Show Tunes. Featured peformers: Dorothy Shay (vocals), Mischa Russell (music director).
  8. Dorothy Shay Biography: In her heyday during the '40s and early '50s, singer Dorothy Shay was known as the "Park Avenue Hillbilly." She vanished from film during the '60s and then turned up again the following decade as a character actress. She worked in both feature films and on television.

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