Freddy Martin And His Orchestra - Knees Up, Mother Brown / Did A Tear Fall album mp3
A. Knees Up, Mother Brown. Vocals – Merv GriffinWritten By – Bill Carey, Murray Arnold. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): 20-3748A. Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): 20-3748B. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
A Knees Up, Mother Brown. B. Did A Tear Fall Vocals – Merv Griffin. Knees Up, Mother Tear Fall (Shellac, Brown 10"). Did. A. Label Category Country Year. RCA Victor 20-3748 US.
the Sugar-Plum Fairies (A: Ray Austin) Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairies (A: Ray Austin). Freddy Martin and His Orchestra There's a Breeze on Lake Louise (OST "The Mayor of 44th Street"). Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - There's a Breeze on Lake Louise (OST "The Mayor of 44th Street") Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - There's a Breeze on Lake Louise (OST "The Mayor of 44th Street") Freddy Martin and His Orchestra - There's a Breeze on Lake Louise (OST "The Mayor of 44th Street")
Album · 1980 · 16 Songs. Piano Concerto In B-Flat Minor. Clyde Rogers, Eddie Stone, Freddy Martin, Glenn Hughes & Jack Fina. 2. Just a Little Bit North of South Carolina. 4. Essential to Me.
Album · 1962 · 12 Songs. 3. (If I Had My Life to Live Over) I'd Live Over a Grocery Store. Knees Up! Mother Brown. 5. Take Your Fingers Out of Your Mouth (I Want a Kiss from You). 6. When Banana Skins Are Falling (I'll Come Sliding Back to You). 7. Shut the Door (They're Comin' Through the Window).
Tracking list e i testi dell'album: The Uncollected: Freddy Martin and His Orchestra Data di pubblicazione: 1 gennaio 1980. Freddy Martin in a Sentimental Mood Data di pubblicazione: 1 gennaio 1980. Tutti i testi di Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. Freddy Martin and His Orchestra: i testi più cercati. I've Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts. Doin' What Comes Natur'lly.
Album: The Very Best Of, 2013. Back in the days when I used to watch the Merv Griffin show, any time Merv would sing, I was amused at best. I certainly never thought there would ever come a day when I would actually enjoy his singing. However, hearing some of the recordings he made with Freddy Martin definitely changed my mind. His vocal on this recording is pretty much perfect in every way, and while I'm still amused, now it's because that's what Merv intended. It's a funny performance and a great, GREAT, tune
Freddy spent his spare time selling musical instruments; which also gave him an excuse to listen to the Lombardos play at the "Music Box". After working on a ship's band, Martin joined the Mason-Dixon band, then joined Arnold Johnson and Jack Albin. But, the band broke up and he did not form a permanent band until 1931 at the Bossert Hotel in Brooklyn. At the Bossert Marine Room, Martin pioneered the "Tenor Band" style that swept the sweet-music industry. With his own tenor sax as melodic lead, Martin fronted an all-tenor sax section with just two brasses and a violin trio plus rhythm. Martin took his band into many prestigious hotels, including the Roosevelt Grill in New York City and the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. A fixture on radio, his sponsored shows included NBC's Maybelline Penthouse Serenade of 1937.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Knees Up, Mother Brown
Vocals – Merv Griffin and EnsembleWritten By – Bert Lee, Harris Weston
|B||Did A Tear Fall
Vocals – Merv GriffinWritten By – Bill Carey, Murray Arnold
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): 47-3748-A
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): 47-3748-B
|20-3748, DJ-945||Freddy Martin And His Orchestra||Knees Up, Mother Brown / Did A Tear Fall (10", Promo)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||20-3748, DJ-945||US||Unknown|
|20-3748||Freddy Martin*||Knees Up, Mother Brown / Did A Tear Fall (Shellac, 10")||RCA Victor||20-3748||US||1950|