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When A Gal Cares For A Man - Helen Kane, Ruth Etting, Fanny Brice - Three Of A Kind


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  1. Show No. Dec. 4, "Jimmy Grier and Earl Burtnett" features: A sampling of these two popular West Coast hotel orchestras, which achieved fame through radio and touring in the late s and s. Songs include "Sleepy Time Town South" (), "Lowd.
  2. Pioneering women in country music from the s and s, including: Patsy Montana, The Girls of the Golden West, Moonshine Kate, Shirley Thoms, Lulu Belle and Scotty and Kitty Wells. Songs include: Worried Man Blues, My Man's a Jolly Railroad Man, That's Where the .
  3. This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year Contents[show] Events February 16 - Nicolas Slonimsky conducts the first performance of Charles Ives's Three Places in New England. February 17 - The Technicolor musical film, The Vagabond King, is released. Dennis King.
  4. "Moon Songs" features: Songs about everyone's favorite romantic cliche, including Helen Kane's "Get Out, Get Under the Moon," Kate Smith's "Making Faces at the Man in the Moon," the Goodyear Silvertown Orchestra's "Moonbeam Kiss Her For Me," Eddie Duchin's "Moon Over Miami," Hal Kemp's "The Moon Got in My Eyes," Paul Whiteman's "It's.
  5. Click on the colored square where genre and decade intersect. Each colored square shows the number of Gold Standard songs for that genre and decade. Each list is sorted alphabetically by SONG TITLE. .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Three Of A Kind on Discogs. Label: Fanett - FANETT,Fanett - Fanett • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Stage & Screen • Style: Vocal Helen Kane, Ruth Etting, Fanny Brice ‎– Three Of A Kind When A Gal Cares For A Man: A2 – Helen.
  7. List of Greatest Popular Songs of the s as compiled by shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo My Man - Fanny Brice When My Baby Smiles At Me - Ted Lewis Some Of These Days ( Version) - Sophie Tucker Love Me Or Leave Me - Ruth Etting
  8. "Opposites" goes to extremes with "Good News" by the Pasadena Roof Orchestra teamed with "I Wanna Be Bad" by Helen Kane, "Hot Coffee" by Jack Payne () and "Cold Cold Heart" by Hank Williams, "Up in the Clouds" by Dave Kaplan and his Happiness Orchestra with "Down Among the Sheltering Palms" by the Boswell Sisters You get the idea.
  9. "K Artists" continues the alphabet series with "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me" by Roger Wolf Kahn, "Don't Be Like That" by Helen Kane, songs by Irving Kauffman and his brother Jack Kauffman, Hal Kemp's "Shuffle Off to Buffalo," Wayne King's "The Waltz You Saved For Me," Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy doing "Until the Real Thing.

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