by. Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra.
Bye bye blackbird Make my bed and light the light lyrics I'll arrive late tonight Oh what hard luck stories they all hand me Blackbird bye bye. 1926, Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra (March 19, 1926). Bye Bye Blackbird, Rosemary Clooney. Make my bed and light the light I'll be home late tonight Bye (bye) bye (bye) blackbird (duoo-duoo) Here I go swingin' low Where somebody waits for me. Bye Bye Blackbird, Helen Merrill
Bye Bye Blackbird" is a song published in 1926 by the American composer Ray Henderson and lyricist Mort Dixon. It is considered a popular standard and was first recorded by Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra in March 1926. Popular recordings in 1926 were by Nick Lucas, Gene Austin, Benny Krueger and by Leo Reisman. It was the number 16 song of 1926 according to Pop Culture Madness. Peggy Lee - in the album Songs from Pete Kelly's Blues (1955).
Bye Bye Blackbird" is a song written by Ray Henderson and Mort Dixon (lyrics) in 1926. It was first performed by Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra, and covered by many artists, including John Coltrane, Ringo Star and Paul McCartney. The song has a dark side, and has been used (with altered lyrics) as a Nazi propaganda tool in WW II; as well as by segregationists opposed to the American Civil Rights Movement
Ronnie Munro and his Dance Orchestra. Electric Flashes Of 1926: I'm Sitting On Top Of The World/Ukulele Dream Girl/Bye Bye Blackbird//Red Red Robin/That Night In Arabia/Lonesome And Sorry/Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland/Oh! Charley take it away (5:31). Overview (current section). I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My) Sister Kate.
Bye Bye Blackbird" is a song published in 1926 by the American composer Ray Henderson and lyricist Mort Dixon. It is considered a popular standard and was first recorded by Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra in March 1926, followed by Nick Lucas and Gene Austin the same year. In 1982, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) posthumously awarded John Coltrane a "Best Jazz Solo Performance" Grammy for the work on his album Bye Bye Blackbird. Recordings of the song often. Deana Martin recorded the song, previously recorded by her father, Dean Martin, on her album "Swing Street" in 2016. It was the song of 1926 according to Pop Culture Madness. Bye Bye Blackbird (Keith Jarrett album). Bye Bye Blackbird is a 1993 jazz album by Keith Jarrett's "Standards Trio". It was recorded in 1991 in tribute to Miles Davis, who had died two weeks earlier. It was released on the ECM label only in 1993, as ECM 1467. As in other works by the Keith Jarrett Trio, this is an album mostly consisting of jazz standards. There are, however, two tracks written (or improvised) by the trio for the occasion, as a homage to Davis: "For Miles" and "Blackbird, Bye Bye".
Bye Bye Blackbird by James Last (1967). Bye Bye Blackbird by Bernie Worrell (2011).
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|A||Bye Bye Blackbird
Written-By – Dixon*, Henderson*
|B||Lonesome And Sorry
Written-By – Davis*, Conrad*
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