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Ambrose And His Orchestra*, Various - Swinging On A Star / The Same Little Words (Shellac)

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  1. Apr 8, - This board is dedicated to my mother, Josephine "Jo" Martinez-Costello (). Like my father, Bob, she also loved music, but her taste was somewhat different, and her incredible memory for lyrics made these classics come alive. See more ideas 8 pins.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Swinging On A Star / The Same Little Words on Discogs. Label: Decca - F • Format: Shellac 10 Ambrose And His Orchestra* - Swinging On A Star / The Same Little Words (, Shellac) | Discogs.
  3. Stream Swing Time! The Fabulous Big Band Era - [Clean] by Various artists and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for /5(6).
  4. Jul 18,  · Bing Crosby (with John Scott Trotter & His Orchestra) Swinging On A Star. Written by Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Heusen. No.1 for 9 weeks (sales) 10 August No.1 for 8 weeks (juke box) One of Bing Crosby’s biggest hits was Swinging On A Star from his own film Going My Way which won the Oscar for best original song that year.
  5. Ambrose & His Orchestra - Ambrose & His Orchestra, Vol. 6: As Time Goes (War Years) Same Little Words More And More (From ''Can't Help Singing'') including "Fools Rush In" and "Swinging On A Star". It's a delightful evocation of the songs that cheered a war-weary Britain. Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment 5/5(1).
  6. MGM Album Discography, Part 4 E to E () By Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Peter Preuss Last update: April 23, The MGM E series of 12" albums started in MGM mixed their classical and pop albums into the same series, so we have only listed the non-classical albums in this discography.
  7. Additionally, the Ambrose Orchestra in the mid-to-late s was one British-based band that almost made it into the ranks of the great swing bands. Unlike Jack Hylton and Ray Noble, Ambrose achieved popularity in America without actually performing there, his success being due almost entirely to gramophone recordings made in London.
  8. A Journey To A Star Charlie Spivak and His Orch w Irene Daye A Journey To A Star Sam Browne w Ambrose and His Orch A Little Consideration Frankie Carle and His Orch w Marjorie Hughes Sammy Kaye and His Swinging and Swaying Strings A Study In Brown Artie Shaw and His Orch.
  9. Find out who performed the original version of a particular song, or who covered or sampled that song. Unlike many related sites, we try to be as complete as possible (not just performer and song title, but also songwriters and original releases) and order the data in a reusable and maintainable way.

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