Trolley Song - Weslia Whitfield With Mike Greensill Quartet - Nobody Else But Me (CD)

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  1. Tutaxe Reply
    Weslia Whitfield With Mike Greensill Quartet Featuring Noel Jewkes: Weslia Whitfield With Mike Greensill Quartet Featuring Noel Jewkes - Nobody Else But Me (Album) 2 versions: Myoho Records: WW US: Sell This Version.
  2. Akinocage Reply
    Wesla Whitfield, the San Francisco chanteuse who collaborates with her pianist-arranger husband, Mike Greensill, has a new CD of show tunes on the High Note label The release, "September Songs," includes songs by Kurt Weill, Alec Wilder and Harry Warren, with the Mike Greensill Trio, Gary Foster, The Kronos Quartet and Michael Moore.
  3. Arashisar Reply
    Wesla Whitfield (formerly Weslia Whitfield) is a cabaret singer of the Great American Songbook who has it all. Here in this CD, listeners share in a live performance, appreciating her wit, ability to kid around with her audience, and her frank opinions about songwriters, as she cheerfully chats with the lucky people who attended this 5/5(7).
  4. Mazushakar Reply
    One of contemporary jazz's foremost interpreters of popular standards, Wesla Whitfield won widespread acclaim for her elastic vocals, clarion pitch, and impeccable phrasing. A native of the Los Angeles Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  5. Gardataur Reply
    The Trolley Song Lyrics: With my high-starched collar and my high-top shoes / And my hair piled high upon my head / I went to lose a jolly hour on the trolley and lost my heart instead / With his.
  6. Faukora Reply
    In Whitfield added io her reputation as a leading interpreter of American songs with the release of The Best Thing for You Would Be Me: The Irving Berlin Songbook. Selected discography. Until the Real Thing Comes Along, Myoho, Nobody Else But Me, Landmark, Lucky to Be Me, Landmark, Live in San Francisco, Landmark,
  7. Babei Reply
    "The Trolley Song" is a song written by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane and made famous by Judy Garland in the film Meet Me in St. Louis. In a NPR interview, Blane said the song was inspired by a picture of a trolleycar in a turn-of-the-century newspaper. [citation needed] In , he had said that the picture was in a book he'd found at the Beverly Hills Public Library and was captioned.
  8. Gobei Reply
    WHITFIELD MARK, ADRIAN (G). Syosset, New York. 6/10/ Chitarrista cresciuto a Lindenhurst, New York e da ragazzo ha suonato il sax alto, il contrabasso ed infine la chitarra, dopo aver visto George Benson in televisione. Ha frequentato la facoltà di medicina della Georgetown University e il Berklee College of Music e, dopo la laurea nel.
  9. Faezragore Reply
    May 22,  · The Trolley Song (Martin-Blane) by The Pied Pipers, orchestra conducted by Paul Weston The big song hit from MGM’s heart-warmer “Meet Me In .

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