The Slovakaires And Roman Niznik - American Slovaks Sing album
Title: American Slovaks Sing
Size MP3: 1509 mb
Size FLAC: 1436 mb
Format: MP1 AIFF XM AUD AAC VQF MP3
Complete your The Slovakaires And The Aristocrats collection.
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Stephanie Lynne Niznik (May 20, 1967 – June 23, 2019) was an American film, television, and theatre actress, most famous for her role as Nina Feeney on Everwood. Besides Everwood, Niznik's television roles include guest roles on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Profiler, Sliders, JAG, Frasier, Epoch, Star Trek: Enterprise, Traveler, and Diagnosis: Murder, in addition to being a series regular on the mid-1990s action drama Vanishing Son and the 2007 drama Life Is Wild.
During the American Civil War, Abraham Lincoln approved a request to organize a military company named the "Lincoln Riflemen of Sclavonic Origin. This first volunteer unit from Chicago, which included many Slovaks, fought in the Civil War and was eventually incorporated into the 24th regiment of the Illinois infantry. Large scale Slovak immigration to the United States began in the 1870s with the forced magyarization policies of the.
The Slovaks are a three-person band from the . who play fast-paced, straightforward, unbridled rock ‘n’ roll. With a crunchy guitar sound and slamming cymbals, and a little bit of sixties-style backing vocals, the band has put forward a big release with their new album, Get Down.
Slovaks in Passaic, New Jersey, welcomed the first group of women who came to their community from Slovakia. St. Mary's Assumption Roman Catholic Slovak Church in Passaic, . 920. Michael Novak, a prolific Roman Catholic theologian and political writer, was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. In his works, he became a spokesman not only for Slovaks, but for all ethnic groups in the United States as well, in such works as Concepts of Ethnicity and Unmeltable Ethnics: Politics and Culture in American Life. Alois Havrilla, born in Presov in 1891 and arriving in the . as a small child speaking no English, won the prestigious Medal for Good Diction given annually by the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
|Slovak Som (I'm A Slovak)||2:49|
|Hej Musel By To Chlap Bty (Now There's A Man)||2:58|
|Ja Parobek Z Kapusan (Bachelor From Kapusan)||2:30|
|Dievca Z Trencina (Girl From Trencina)||1:35|
|Hore Vahom (Up The River Vah)||2:19|
|Esce Si Ja (Drink Drink)||2:33|
|Vodu Vodu (Water Water)||1:41|
|Cingi Lingi Bom (Cingi Lingi Bom)||2:53|
|Taku Som Si Frejerecki (That Girl Friend Of Mine)||3:36|
|Materinska Moja Rec (My Mother's Tongue)||4:03|
|none||The Slovakaires And Roman Niznik||The Slovakaires And Roman Niznik - American Slovaks Sing (LP, Album)||Not On Label||none||US||Unknown|
|LVSP 190||The Slovakaires Featuring Roman Niznik||The Slovakaires Featuring Roman Niznik - American Slovaks Sing (LP, Album)||La Vere||LVSP 190||US||Unknown|