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Bygone Days Artist Annette Hanshaw Ain’t She Sweet Jazz Music Vocals

Track Title. 1 Black Bottom. 2 AinT He Sweet. 3 It All Depends On You. 4 Wistful And Blue. 5 Get Out And Get Under The Moon. 6 Carolina Moon. 7 You WouldnT Fool Me, Would You. 8 ThatS You, Baby. 9 Big City Blues. 10 Ua Like No A Like (Sweet Constancy). 11 Pagan Love Song. 12 I Have To Have You. 13 Telling It To The Daisies. 14 Little White Lies. 15 I Want A Good Man. 16 I Hate Myself. 17 Fit As A Fiddle. 18 Say It IsnT So. 19 Moon Song. 20 Twenty Million People. 21 LetS Fall In Love. 22 I Cover The Waterfront. 23 Love Me Tonight. 24 We Just CouldnT Say Goodbye.

Jazz Manifesto Artist Ella Fitzgerald Sings Duke Ellington Vocals

Track Title. 1 Rockin In Rhythm. 2 Drop Me Off In Harlem. 3 Day Dream. 4 Caravan. 5 Take The A Train. 6 I AinT Got Nothing But The Blues. 7 Clementine. 8 I DidnT Know About You. 9 IM Beginning To See The Light. 10 Lost In Meditation. 11 Perdido. 12 Cotton Tail. 13 Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me. 14 Just A Sittin And A Rockin. 15 Solitude. 16 Rocks My Bed. 17 Satin Doll. 18 Sophisticated Lady. 19 Just Squeeze Me ( But DonT Tease Me). 20 It DonT Mean A Thing (If It AinT Got That Swing). 21 Azure. 22 I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart. 23 In A Sentimental Mood. 24 DonT Get Around Much Anymore. 25 Prelude To A Kiss. 26 Mood Indigo. 27 In A Mellow Tone. 28 Love You Madly. 29 Lush Life. 30 Squatty Roo. 31 IM Just A Lucky So And So. 32 All Too Soon. 33 Everything But You. 34 I Got It Bad (And That Ain’t Good). 35 Bli – Blip. 36 Chelsea Bridge. 37 The E And D Blues ( E For Ella, D For Duke).

Xtra Artist Debbie Reynolds Love Is A Simple Thing Vocals Product

Attributes: Import-Gbr Remastered Discs:1 Country:Uk. Country: UK. Label: Xtra. Product Type: Compact Disc. Catalog : 26634. Import: Yes. UPC: 5024952266340. Configuration: D: CD. On January 1, 2010, all recordings made in 1959 entered the public domain in Europe, where copyright is limited to 50 years, and among those recordings were the first fruits of Debbie Reynolds’ solo contract with Dot Records, including some singles and her album Debbie. These tracks were now available to anyone who wanted to press them up on a disc, without getting permission or paying a licensing fee to Universal Music Group (which controls the Dot catalog, at least, outside the EU). Several companies have taken advantage of this circumstance, one of them being the British Xtra label with this compilation, Love Is a Simple Thing. That title refers to one of the 12 tracks on the Debbie LP, and ten of the other tracks from the album are also included here (for some reason “Moonglow” is not), interspersed with tracks drawn from soundtrack albums for movies in which Reynolds appeared in the 1950s, such as Two Weeks with Love (her hit “Aba Daba Honeymoon” with Carleton Carpenter), Singin’ in the Rain, I Love Melvin, Athena (“Imagine,” with Vic Damone), Bundle of Joy (“Lullaby in Blue” with her then-husband Eddie Fisher), and Tammy and the Bachelor (her big hit “Tammy”). Not that you’d find any of this out by reading the generic, factually challenged liner notes, but these sorts of packages are always fairly slipshod. The sometimes muddy sound quality is also par for the course. What matters is that this collection brings back into print a chunk of Reynolds’ work that is otherwise lost to out of print LPs, demonstrating both her exuberant appeal in movie musicals and her attempt — in the material from the Debbie LP — to act like a typical traditional pop singer of the 1950s, with modest success. William Ruhlmann, Rovi.

Bygone Days Artist Dick Todd You Can’t Brush Me Off Vocals Product

Attributes: Import-Gbr Discs:1 Country:Uk. Country: UK. Label: Bygone Days. Product Type: Compact Disc. Catalog : BYD77032. Import: Yes. UPC: 5024952770328. Configuration: D: CD. 2009 collection from the Canadian crooner. Back in the days of wholesome radio entertainment, Bing Crosby and Tommy Dorsey used to do a routine that had as its punch line the question “I wonder where Dick Todd is tonight ” The question always got a laugh because Dick Todd was perceived as North America’s most accomplished Bing Crosby imitator, emulating him so closely as to become known as the Canadian Crosby. Handsome and husky-voiced, romantic baritone Dick Todd was also dubbed King of the Jukebox. During his brief heyday from 1938-1942, Todd recorded about 200 songs for RCA Victor’s Bluebird label, enabling him to compete with Decca’s Bing Crosby and Okeh’s Buddy Clarke. This collection features 25 of Dick Todd’s best. Bygone Days.