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Charles Hart / Elizabeth Spencer - Three Wonderful Letters From Home / (He's Got Those Big Blue Eyes Like You) Daddy Mine MP3 Herunterladen

Charles Hart / Elizabeth Spencer - Three Wonderful Letters From Home / (He's Got Those Big Blue Eyes Like You) Daddy Mine MP3 Herunterladen Artist: Charles Hart / Elizabeth Spencer
Album: Three Wonderful Letters From Home / (He's Got Those Big Blue Eyes Like You) Daddy Mine
Stil: Vocal
Kategorie: Jazz / Popmusik
Datum der Freigabe: Jun 1918
Land: US
Etikett: Victor
Katalognummer: 18461
Größe MP3: 1373 mb
Größe FLAC: 2049 mb
Bewertung: 4.4

Trackliste

1Elizabeth Spencer(He's Got Those Big Blue Eyes Like You) Daddy Mine
Soprano Vocals – Elizabeth SpencerWritten-By – Alfred Dubin, Lew Wilson
2Charles Hart Three Wonderful Letters From Home
Tenor Vocals – Charles Hart Written-By – MacDonald, Hanley, Goodwin

Hinweise

A: Tenor with orchestra
B: Soprano with orchestra

Unternehmen

  • Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.

Album

A Charles Hart. Three Wonderful Letters From Home Tenor Vocals Charles Hart Written-By MacDonald , Hanley , Goodwin. He's Got Those Big Blue Eyes Like You Daddy Mine Soprano Vocals Elizabeth SpencerWritten-By Alfred. Dubin, Lew. Performer: Charles HartWriter: Goodwin MacDonald HanleyTenor with at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this. The recording on the other side of this disc: He's Got Those Big Blue Eyes Like You Daddy Mine. Technical Notes: Acoustic Pops and clikcs. Three wonderful Letters From Home is a World War I song written by Ballard MacDonald & Joe Goodwin and composed by James F. The song was first published in 1918 by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. in New York, NY. The sheet music cover depicts a mother, wife, and daughter writing letters with marching troops and a plane, ship, and tank in the background. This song was in the top 20 charts from May to July 1918 and reached number 13 in June. It was recorded by both Charles Hart and Henry Burr. Also on. Sheet music cover - HE'S GOT THOSE BIG BLUE EYES LIKE YOU, DADDY MINE 1918. The cover features a photo of Mae Marsh, a Goldwyn Pictures Star, holding an infant. This song, performed by Charles Hart, and Elizabeth Spencer, was included in a 1918 sound disc recording entitled Three Wonderful Letters from Home. The sheet music can be found at the Pritzker Military Museum and Library, and the Joseph M. Bruccoli Great War Collection at the University of South Carolina. Three Wonderful Letters from Home. Camden, N. J: Victor, 1918. Sound recording. Daddy Mine. Just better. OCLC 71278944. Wilson, Lew, and Al Dubin. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1918. OCLC 24885929. Charles Hart 2, Elizabeth Spencer - Three Wonderful Letters From Home, He's Got Those Big Blue Eyes Like You Daddy Mine Shellac, 10. Vendre cette version. This song was in the top 20 charts from May to July 1918 and reached number 13 in June, it was recorded by both Charles Hart and Henry Burr. Also on the disc was the song Daddy Mine by Lew Wilson and Alfred Dubin. The cover features a photo of a Goldwyn Pictures Star, holding an infant this song, performed by Charles Hart, Elizabeth Spencer, was included in a 1918 sound disc recording entitled Three Wonderful Letters from Home. The sheet music can be found at the Pritzker Military Museum and Library, the Joseph M. Training Comics from World War II and Korea and She's a Wow . Sweet child o' mine Sweet love of mine. She's got eyes of the bluest skies As if they thought of rain I hate to look into those eyes And see an ounce of pain Her hair reminds me of a warm safe place Where as a child I'd hide And pray for the thunder And the rain To quietly pass me pulls from the people he knew that summer and crafts a story that takes place in 1911, and shows the pain of being 15. Using actual events, fictionalized real people and his own failures, he crafts a story that evokes Shakespeare and warm summer nights, and highlights the tension and differences between the east and midwest