What else ? A Nespresso ? ;-)
@Bastien : Ain't She Sweet
What else ???
Sorry. I was a little bit excited. I just wrote how The Hucklebuck was adapted from D - Natural Blues and that's all. I never talked about its original version. I saw a few days ago that the true original version was known...Hardest the better !!!
The Austrian [please read UK Band] ? If so, I saw them in Belgium as supporting act to Iron Maiden (and Dirty Deeds.) 1997 or 1998 at the Brabanthal...:-) [in Haasrode/Leuven.]
Pas de quoi, Bastien. Avec plaisir...
This is really a question for Canary as the original is his entry. Can you put his name in the subject?
Story seems to be confirmed at:
and the following pages.
See also the originals book for hucklebuck.
I'm not sure the cat no is correct for Paul Williams' single. Prefix probably should not be 45. Perhaps it should be Savoy 683, recorded 1948-12-15? http://www.jazzdisco.org/savoy-records/discography-1948/#481215
Was Lucky Millinder's version the original of "D-Natural Blues"? : I seem you're a little blind.
Thesaid topic was closed since a long time ago :-( My goodness !!!)
Gonna tell the Williams family right now at FB.
It's not a question. Label must be read as DECCA (and not Decca). Catalogue No begins by 9-xxx
VERY GOOD, INDEED !!!
First recording of Summertime by The Shake Speares on single :
1-PHILIPS 319763 PF, Summer of 1964. (b/w What happened ?) It's my fault : not 1963 !
2-RONNEX 1450, 1966 (b/w What happened)
Performance title : Beverley Ross - Julius Dixon
Artist name : The DIXON BROTHERS
Release title : Dim dim the lights (I want some atmosphere)
Release date : 1938
Record label : RCA/Bluebird
Catalogue number : 7440
Format : 78"
Links (to verify) : lost
REAL GOOD ! Congratulations to all the explorers !
Any info available on "I Know A Place" by Petula Clark?
Music & lyrics by Tony Hatch (acc. par Tony Hatch et son orchestre - disques vogue (France) single No :
V. 45-1273 (matrix 45 V. 10256) b/w Jack and John (P. Clark-Maurice Vidalin-T. Hatch)
(C) and (P) in 1965. UK single : Pye 7N 15772, 1965.
EP disques vogue EPL. 8 342 Viens avec moi (I know a place*) (adap. Georges ABER) / Regardez les / Que fais-tu là, Petula / Le coeur qui bat, 1965.
EP disques vogue EPL 8 343, 1965 : I know a place (Tony Hatch) / Jack and John / Tell me (That it's love) / Music, France, 1965
8 342* then 8343 : ha ha ha ha ! it's only a question of reissued because of the best position of I know a place. Capito ???
PS: see Petula Clark.net
Nothing else to report...
SUN RECORDS !!!
I know SUN RECORDS published books, cathering, beers etc :-(
O.V. by Beverly Ross and Julius Dixon.
So, this topic can be closed.
PS: I only know the label which is SUN but I've never discovered the catalogue No. Sorry.
The one you want. :-)
No. If not, the topic will be delay locked ! "