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Its A Lovely Day Today - Frank De Vol And His Orchestra - The Columbia Album Of Irving Berlin (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. 78_its-a-lovely-day-today_russ-case-and-his-orchestra-berlin-bonnie-lake-and-jack-car_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Alex DiPasquale User_metadataentered Chris Cain User_transferred Chris Cain Year
  2. After a career as a sideman and arranger during the swing era, Richard Maltby began leading his own band in the s, retaining his swing sensibility. He enjoyed some success on RCA Victor's "X" and Vik labels in the mid-'50s, then in moved to Columbia Records, where he recorded two albums, Swingin' Down the Lane and Hello, Young Lovers /5(3).
  3. "It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow" is a song written in by composer Irving Berlin. The song came out of a conversation with British / Hungarian film producer Alexander Korda in a New York taxi cab in The Munich agreement had just depressed both men. Korda asked Berlin if he had written a war song yet, and a few blocks later Berlin came up.
  4. Jan 13,  · Frank DeVol and His Orchestra • The Columbia Album of Irving Berlin Volume 1 [] Columbia Records CS Tracklist: 01 It's A Lovely Day Today/Blue Skies 02 Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much/I Got Lost In His Arms 03 You'd Be Surprised/I'll See You In C-u-b-a.
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  6. Frank De Vol and His Orchestra. The Columbia Album Of Irving Berlin - VOL. I. ALEXANDER´S RAGTIME BAND By the time Irving Berlin wrote this song, he had about sixty other ones to his credit, but it was Alexander who made Berlin the leading figure in American popular music.
  7. Collected here are two of Doris Day's finest albums. CUTTIN' CAPERS (recorded in ) presents Day in a soft jazz-infused setting with Frank DeVol's orchestra. I've loved the CUTTIN' CAPERS album ever since I found a beaten-up LP copy at a flea market many, many years ago!/5(17).
  8. A decade or so later, in part because of a wistful yearning for the look and feel of an album cover in my hands while its companion inch vinyl disc rotated on a nearby turntable in the comfort of my home, I began re-buy ing a few lost gems now and then at flea markets, secondhand shops, used record stores, and online auction sites. Along the way I also picked up some classics --as well as a.
  9. 11 rows · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Frank De Vol And His Orchestra - The Columbia Album Of Irving Berlin at Discogs. Complete your Frank De Vol And His Orchestra collection/5(4).

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