Dinah Shore, Harry Zimmerman & His Orchestra. Sure,"said the dinosaur Where?"said the grisly bear Under the light of the moon
Artist: Rosemary Clooney, Harry James and His Orchestra. Album: Vintage Vocal Jazz, Swing No. 148 - EP: The Continental, Vintage Music In The Paddock Lounge. La Band Italiana, Rosemary Clooney - Mambo italiano 16 Most Requested Songs Of The 1950s. Volume One, 1989 02:33. Artist: Rosemary Clooney Harry James and His Orchestra.
Album A Couple Of Song & Dance Men (1976). Label United Artists Records. When?" said the prairie hen, "Soon?" "Sure," said the dinosaur "Where?" said the grisly bear "Under the light of the moon. How about your brother, jackass?" Everyone gaily cried "Are you coming to the fracas?" Ain't gonna blow it "Over respects," he sighed
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It was recorded with Pete Moore and his Orchestra, and the Johnny Evans Singers in July 1975 at the Music Centre, Wembley. The songs from the album were included on a 3-CD set called Bing Crosby – The Complete United Artists Sessions issued by EMI Records (8 2 4) in 1997. This included several studio chat sound bites. In 1999, all the tracks from the album were also included on a 3-CD set called "Fred Astaire - The Complete London Sessions" issued by EMI Records (7243 5 20045 2 2) which included session sound bites. The Columbia Hits Collection is a 2001 compilation album of songs recorded by the American singer Jo Stafford. It was released by Corinthian Records on January 1, 2001. The Continental (song).
The Very Best Of. Jo Stafford. Frankie Laine, born Francesco Paolo LoVecchio (March 30, 1913 – February 6, 2007), was one of the most successful American singers of the twentieth century.
this is what I'll reply: In the cool, cool, cool of the evenin', tell 'em I'll be there. In the cool, cool, cool of the evenin', better save a chair. When the party's gettin' a glow on, singin' fills the air. In the shank of the night, when the doins' are right, well you can tell 'em I'll be there. Oui," said the bumblebee, "Let's have jubilee. When?" said the prairie hen, "Soon?" "Sure," said the dinosaur. Where?" said the grisly bear. Under the light of the moon.
Taken from the album "Bette Midler Sings the Rosemary Clooney Songbook" this chart is a punchy up-tempo swinger, and an out-and-out vocal feature, with no solo space in the band backings. The band's backing phrases require precision and tightness, and we have written the required articulations on all of the parts, so your players will be in no doubt as to what is required. Midler's original had some String lines. We have incorporated the flavour of these lines into the Sax section, but written them as "optional subtones". The vocal part is notated "as-sung" by Ms Midler, and the vocal keys are C, modulating to Db. There are no sax doubles.
|In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening|
|Sweetheart Of Yesterday|
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