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Lou Gold & His Orch. / Dan Ritchie & His Orch. - Tears / It Doesn't Really Matter album flac

Lou Gold & His Orch. / Dan Ritchie & His Orch. - Tears / It Doesn't Really Matter album flac

Performer: Lou Gold & His Orch.
Title: Tears / It Doesn't Really Matter
Released: 1930
Style: Swing
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 389
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Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians. Swinging London: Ambrose His Orch. Too many tears (1932). Leyli sher abadia MR XeTTen.

Lou gold & his orch. Ritchie do. IT Really doesnt matter. Arthur fields & his orch. On the sing song highway to happiness. Lou gold & his orch. Smile while the clouds are grey. Dan Ritchie and his Orch. WHAT GOOD AM I WITHOUT YOU? (v. Helen Rowland).

Jack Denny & His Waldorf Astoria Orch. vocal: Frank Luther) - 1932 Lou Gold & His Orch. 1932 Jacques Renard & His Orch. Night, let your Moon above Light my way to love, the love I never knew Magic night, lead me down that trail Where the nightingale will serenade me too.

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Too Many Tears, 1932 with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. albumYou may also like to play. Puttin' on the Ritz - Leo Reisman & His Orch. Bert Ambrose & His Orch. Bye Bye Blues, 1930.

Leo Reisman & His Orchestra, with Vocal Refrain – Too Many Tears, Fox Trot from the film comedy „Blessed Event (Al. Dubin – H. Warren), HMV 1932. NOTE: This big American hit of the year 1932 was sung by Dick Powell in the comedy Blessed Event, where Lee Tracy, in his memorable role plays the jounalist who rises from a gossip columnist to a nationwide institution. His raise from nothingness to a celebrity was result of the dawn of love for sale era, when the most private things were easily becoming public and the big and lucrative business grew around them

Performer: Lou Gold & His Orch. Writer: Wayne and Gilbert. Waltz; Vocal Refrain. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated eliptical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 50. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 145625 Catalog number: 2609-G. Other IDs from the record include: (145625).

Doesn't Really Matter" lyrics. Janet Jackson Lyrics. Doesn't Really Matter". Doesn't really matter what the eye is seeing Cause I'm in love with the inner being And it doesn't really matter what they believe What matters to me is you're in love with me. Doesn't really matter what the eye is seeing Cause I'm in love with the inner being And it doesn't really matter what they believe What matters to me is you're nutty-nutty-nutty for me. (You're so kind) Just what I asked for, you're so loving and kind (And you're mine) And I can't believe you're mine.

His mother reportedly approved his decision, stating that Mary was like a family to her. Queen’s monetary health (especially Freddie’s) began with the success of Bo-Rap and their fourth album, A Night at the Opera. Such artistic and commercial acclaim made all of Queen’s men quite merry and GAY, and not merely because of the ensuing fame and pay, nor from relief at having severed the strings from their prior managers' greed, who allegedly swindled the band, so badly it spawned Mercury’s wrath on A Night at the Opera ’s opening track, Death on Two Legs. Figurative readings-like interpretations that it is an allegory for Freddie’s struggles with his sexuality-are also possible, but harder to support.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Lou Gold & His Orch.* Tears
Vocals [Vocal Chorus] – Rodman LewisWritten-By – Uhr*, Capano*
B Dan Ritchie & His Orch.* It Doesn't Really Matter
Vocals [Vocal Chorus] – Frank Luther Written-By – Willie Creager

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Perfect Record Company

Notes

According to Allen Sutton's "Pseudonyms on American Records 1892-1942" the Dan Ritchie And His Orchestra is actually Willie Creager & His Orchestra on this record.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A label): 110288
  • Matrix / Runout (B label): 110262
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