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Kate Smith (2) - God Bless America / Bless This House (Vinyl)


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  1. Vinyl $ 3 Used from $ Audio, Cassette $ 2 Used from $ 2 New from $ Listen Now Buy MP3 Album $ I wanted to hear Kate Smith sing, God Bless America. The front indicates Kate Smith & her song, but Kate doesn't sing a note on the CD. A man sings God Bless America and the rest of the CD is John Phillip Sousa marches by a /5(29).
  2. Apr 29,  · In a particularly totalitarian touch, the Flyers removed a statue of Smith from the Philadelphia sports complex and destroyed the statue’s base thereby assuring the specter of Kate Smith will no more haunt the City of Brotherly Love.
  3. I wanted to hear Kate Smith sing, God Bless America. The front indicates Kate Smith & her song, but Kate doesn't sing a note on the CD. A man sings God Bless America and the rest of the CD is John Phillip Sousa marches by a second-rate band. The CD was not what I was led to believe it was/5(27).
  4. The caverns opened as a tourist attraction in September In singer Kate Smith visited. Since that time every tour of the cave has ended with an American flag projected on a cave wall while a scratchy record of Kate sings her signature tune, "God Bless America.".
  5. Apr 20,  · I saw Kate Smith perform "God Bless America" at the Rose Bowl in when she was Grand Marshal of the Rose Parade. I went to the game with a girl who was an Ohio State fan. They were playing the Bruins, so it was hard to choose whom to root for.
  6. GOD BLESS AMERICA vinyl record I wanted to hear Kate Smith sing, God Bless America. The front indicates Kate Smith & her song, but Kate doesn't sing a note on the CD. A man sings God Bless America and the rest of the CD is John Phillip Sousa marches by a second-rate band/5(27).
  7. Apr 20,  · I played “God Bless America” only 21 times over the first three seasons – solely for a key game -- and it worked like a charm. The Flyers won 19 of those games, tied one, and lost only once, a far cry from their dismal losing records in those days.

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