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Dorsey Brothers Orchestra / Clicquot Club Eskimos - Have A Little Faith In Me / Crying For The Carolines album mp3

Dorsey Brothers Orchestra / Clicquot Club Eskimos - Have A Little Faith In Me / Crying For The Carolines album mp3

Performer: Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
Title: Have A Little Faith In Me / Crying For The Carolines
Released: 1930
Category: Jazz / Pop
Album rating: 4.5
Votes: 922
Size MP3: 1655 mb
Size FLAC: 1506 mb
Size WMA: 1674 mb
Other formats: ASF DMF MP4 APE AU VOX AA

Tracklist

A Dorsey Brothers Orchestra* Have A Little Faith In Me
B Clicquot Club Eskimos Crying For The Carolines

A. –Clicquot Club Eskimos. Crying For The Carolines. B. –The Dorsey Brothers Orch. Have A Little Faith In Me. Notes. A & B: Fox Trot with vocal chorus. A & B Theme Song Vitaphone Talkie "Spring is Here". Matrix, Runout (Side A): R. 9231.

Crying for the Carolines is a 1930 short film made by Leon Schlesinger. The theme for this short film is played with a church organ by Milton Charles, a cinema organist during the silent era of film. He is dubbed the 'Singing Organist' in the film. The film, which was recorded on Western Electric apparatus, was the only one made in a planned series called Spooney Melodies. The film is a music video to advertise the song sung by Charles

The Clicquot Club Eskimos was a banjo orchestra under the direction of Harry Reser. The band was quite well known because of its nationwide weekly half-hour radio broadcasts sponsored by Clicquot Club, which was a popular brand of ginger ale. Clicquot is pronounced "Klee-Ko" and was the fictional name of the Eskimo Boy that was pictured on the bottle and in the company's advertising. The Clicquot Club radio program was on the air from 1925 to 1935. The Clicquot Club Eskimos wore eskimo suits when playing live and before a studio audience

Have a Little Faith is the fourteenth studio album by Joe Cocker, released in 1994. Let the Healing Begin" – 5:12 (Tony Joe White). Have a Little Faith in Me" – 4:40 (John Hiatt). The Simple Things" – 4:54 (Rick Neigher, Phil Roy, John Shanks). Summer in the City" – 4:10 (Steve Boone, Mark Sebastian, John Sebastian). The Great Divide" – 3:33 (Dillon O'Brian, . Highway Highway" – 4:31 (Stephen Allen Davis). Too Cool" – 4:45 (Kye Fleming, Greg Sutton).

The Dorsey Brothers were an American studio jazz band, led by Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey. They started recording in 1928 for OKeh Records. The Dorsey Brothers recorded songs for the dime store labels (Banner, Cameo, Domino, Jewel, Oriole, Perfect). A handful of sides during their Brunswick period were issued by Vocalion. They signed to Decca in 1934, formed a more traditional band, and performed live until a falling out in May 1935

Have A Little Faith In Me. 03:47. Compositori: Robertson. Standing Knee Deep In A River. 04:08. Compositori: McDill, Lee, Jones. 04:25. Compositori: Kipner, Capek, Jordan.

album: The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra 1933-1935. Dorsey Brothers Concert Orchestra - Lover, Come Back to Me. album: Sigmund Romberg the Famous Composition. Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey - Tailspin. album: Best of the Dorsey Brothers, Vol. 1. Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey - My Kinda Love. Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey - Green Eyes. The Dorsey Brothers - Mileberg Joys. Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - Have a Little Faith in Me. album: All the Great White Jazz Musicians in New York City. The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - Mood Hollywood. album: Essential Dorsey Brothers. The Dorsey Brothers - Yours. album: Moonrise on the Lowlands, Vol. Bob Crosby, The Dorsey Brothers - I Believe in Miracles. album: Original Hits: The Dorsey Brothers.

Текст песни Wilbert Morgan – "Crying For The Carolines". Anyone can see what's troublin' me, I'm crying for the Carolines. Small town you've sold me, Small town you'll hold me, You said that I'd have nothing but regret, I've cried the blues to ev'ry one I've met, Small town you gave me all that I'll ever get. (repeat) From: "Montcomags". Writer(s): Harry Warren, Joe Young, sam M. Lewis Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch. Мы используем куки - открывая этот сайт, ты соглашаешься с нашейПолитика приватности Apple.

Produced by Chris Lord-Alge and his manager, Roger Davies, Cocker turned in a label debut full of well-chosen songs sung with authority. The title track, John Hiatt's "Have a Little Faith in Me," was a good choice for Cocker, as it contained that mixture of tenderness and toughness the singer has always brought out so well

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