Sam Lanin & His Orch. - Walkin' My Baby Back Home / 99 Out Of A Hundred Wanna Be Loved album download
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|A||Walkin' My Baby Back Home
Written-By – Ahlert*, Turk*
|B||99 Out Of A Hundred Wanna Be Loved
Written-By – Lewis*, Sherman*
- Vocals – Chester Hale
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- Matrix / Runout: 10408-3
- Matrix / Runout: 10409-1
- Label Code: 10408
- Label Code: 10409
|32102||Sam Lanin & His Orch.*||Walkin' My Baby Back Home / 99 Out Of A Hundred Wanna Be Loved (Shellac, 10")||Banner||32102||US||1931|
Walkin' My Baby Back Home" is a popular song written in 1930 by Roy Turk (lyrics) and Fred E. Ahlert (music). It first charted in 1931 with versions by Nick Lucas ( Ted Weems (also The Charleston Chasers ( and Lee Morse (.
In 1967, Ronnie Dove covered the song for his album Cry (Ronnie Dove album). In the opening of the 2002 TV film Martin and Lewis, Dean Martin (played by Jeremy Northam) performs the song at the Riobamba Club in New York City. In 2008, Natalie Cole recorded the song as a virtual duet with her father and it was the first single for her album Still Unforgettable, released on September 9, 2008. Elvis Costello (with acoustic guitar) performed a version as an encore in his Auckland, New Zealand concert, January 19, 2013 and in Troy, New York on November 6, 2013. Walking My Baby Back Home (film), a 1953 film starring Donald O'Connor.
1962 – Теледебют The Beatles на канале BBC с Питом Бестом за барабанами. Они исполнили песню Роя Орбисона "Dream Baby" . 1988 – Создана женская питерская группа Колибри, основная идея которой - слияние на сцене различных форм искусства: музыкального, пластического, вокального, драматического, театрального, фэшн и прочего. От шансона и довоенного кабаре до ретро-киномузыки 1960-х, от поп-баллад до new wave, от современной.
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He owes most of his popular musical fame to his soft baritone voice, which he used to perform in big band and jazz genres. He was one of the first black Americans to host a television variety show, and has maintained worldwide popularity since his death. We go 'long harmonizing a song Or I'm recitin' a poem Owls go by and they give me the eye Walkin' my baby back home. We stop for a while, she gives me a smile And snuggles her head on my chest We start in to pet and that's when I get Her talcum all over my vest. After I kinda straighten my tie She has to borrow my comb Once kiss then I continue again Walkin' my baby back home. She's afraid of the dark so I have to park Outside of her door till it's light She says if I try to kiss her she'll cry I dry her tears all through the night.
If you do, check this out Aaaaah. Sounds good to you, don't it? Oh baby, I just got to let you know. I wanna be loved by you I wanna be loved by you. I'm Jon, and I'm a Sagittarius And I really, really wanna be loved by only you And I want you to only love me too And if this is the way it's gonna be, girl, then check me out I wanna be loved by you, baby. I'm Donnie, a loveable Leo And rather than tell you how I feel, I'm gonna sing it for you, baby I wanna be loved by you, girl I wanna take you by the hand and make you understand. Well, I guess they saved the best for last I'm Jordan, and I'm a Taurus And if you think you know everything about me, then check this out I wanna be loved by you baby, by you, baby.
Walking My Baby Back Home (1953) - Soundtracks from Internet Movie Database. This pop song-related article is a stub. php?title Walkin%27 My Baby Back Home (song)&oldid 487381973". Categories: Pop song stubs.
The thing about Bringing It All Back Home was his words, says David Crosby. That’s what Bob stunned the world with. Up until then we had ‘oooh, baby’ and ‘I love you, baby. With its talk of a trip upon your magic swirlin’ ship and of disappearin’ through the smoke rings of my mind, the heady, loping Mr. Tambourine Man was pegged as a drug song (in 1964, Dylan had introduced the Beatles to pot in a New York hotel room). But that’s a shallow reading of a song that is, at its core, a hymn to the power of music itself. He was singing some things that until then had just been confined to the pages, says Dylan’s Minnesota friend, folk musician Tony Glover, and it was kind of hair-raising.