1943-1944: Best 2 songs. Sonny Dunham and his Orchestra - Tico Tico 02:26.
Тэги: 1940s, Song, Nightclub, Orchestra, Dancer. слушать Sonny Dunham and His Orchestra in Jive Busters (1944) звуковая дорожка. Sonny Dunham and His Orchestra in Jive Busters был выпущен в 1944, некоторые песни официального саундтрека Don't Blame Me by Paul Carley with the Sonny Dunham Orchestra. Paul Carley with the Sonny Dunham Orchestra: исполнитель.
I've still got sand in my shoes And I can't shake the thought of you I should get on, forget you But why would I want to? I know we said goodbye Anything else would've been confused But I wanna see you again. Tomorrow's back to work and down to sanity Should run a bath and then clear up the mess I made before I left here Try to remind myself that I was happy here before I knew that I could get on a plane and fly away. From the road where the cars never stop Going through the night To a life where I can watch the sunset And take my time, take.
I've Got Sand In My Shoes" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Roy Eldridge And His Orchestra. Roy Eldridge, trumpet, vocals; Eli Robinson, Robert Williams, trombone; Joe Eldridge, alto sax; Franz Jackson, Prince Robinson, tenor sax; Kenny Kersey, piano; John Collins, guitar; Ted Sturgis, bass; David Francis, drums. Jack Teagarden And His Orchestra.
The Chronological Classics: Don Redman and His Orchestra 1936-1939.
Dunham began his musical career as a trombone player in the Boston area. In the late 1920s he moved to New York, where he played with Ben Bernie for six months before moving on in 1929 to Paul Tremaine's Orchestra, remaining there for two years. It was while was working with Tremaine's group, where he also sang and arranged, that he switched to the trumpet. In 1931, he left Tremaine and for a few months led his own group, calling it Sonny Dunham and his New York Yankees
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Vocals – Ray KelloggWritten-By – Frank Loesser, Victor Schertzinger
Vocals – Ray KelloggWritten-By – Alan Rankin Jones
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