Frankie Laine - Jezebel / Rose, Rose, I Love You album download
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Directed By [Orchestra] – Mitch MillerWritten-By – Shanklin*
|B||Rose, Rose, I Love You
Arranged By – Chris LangdonLyrics By [English] – Wilfrid ThomasOrchestra – Paul Weston & His Orchestra*
- Choir – Norman Luboff Choir
- Piano – Carl Fischer
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A label): RHCO 4455
- Matrix / Runout (B label): RHCO 4458
- Matrix / Runout (A stamped): RHCO 4455 CC 1B 2
- Matrix / Runout (B stamped): RHCO 4458 CC 1O 3
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|39367||Frankie Laine||Jezebel / Rose, Rose, I Love You (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||39367||US||1951|
|GN 1226||Frankie Laine||Jezebel / Rose, Rose, I Love You (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||GN 1226||Norway||1951|
|CQ 2278||Frankie Laine||Jezebel / Rose, Rose, I Love You (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||CQ 2278||Italy||Unknown|
|DT 450||Frankie Laine||Jezebel / Rose, Rose, I Love You (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||DT 450||US||1951|
|RHCO 4458||Frankie Laine||Jezebel / Rose, Rose, I Love You (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||RHCO 4458||Japan||1951|
Rose, Rose, I Love You. is a cover of. Rose, Rose, I Love You by Yao Li (1940).
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Rose, Rose, I Love You. Artist: Frankie Laine. Album: The Essential Frankie Laine, 2014.
Frankie Laine –Rose, Rose I Love You. 3:14. Frankie Laine –A Hundred Years from Today. Frankie Laine –Bowie Knife. Frankie Laine, Ruth Brown –All Of Me.
Jezebel" is a 1951 popular song written by Wayne Shanklin. It was recorded by Frankie Laine with the Norman Luboff Choir and Mitch Miller and his orchestra on April 4, 1951 and released by Columbia Records as catalog number 39367. The record reached on the Billboard chart and was a million seller. The B-side, "Rose, Rose, I Love You", was a hit too and reached #3.
Rose, Rose I love you with an aching heart. What is your future, now we have to part? Standing on the jetty as the steamer moves away, Flower of Malaya, I cannot stay. Mei Kwei, oh, Mei Kwei for my Eastern Rose. Men crowd in dozens everywhere she goes. In her rickshaw on the street or in a cabaret, "Please Mei Kwei for Rose," you can hear them say. All my life I shall remember, Oriental music and you in my arms. Perfumed flowers in your tresses, Lotus-scented breezes and swaying palms. Rose, Rose I love you with your almond eyes. Fragrant and slender 'neath tropical sky. I must.