Double Time is the second studio album by singer/guitarist Leon Redbone, released in 1977. It peaked at on the Billboard pop album charts. Side One. "Diddy Wa Diddie" (Blind Blake) – 3:05. Nobody's Sweetheart" (Ernie Erdman, Gus Kahn, Billy Meyers, Elmer Schoebel) – 2:13. Shine On Harvest Moon" (Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth) – 3:21. arr. Perry Bradford) – 4:16. Mississippi Delta Blues" (Jack Neville, Jimmie Rodgers) – 1:44. Side Two. "Mr. Jelly Roll Baker" (Traditional) – 3:43.
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By: Leon Redbone (1977, Jazz). More albums from Leon Redbone: Live – October 26, 1992 The Olympia Theater Paris, France by Leon Redbone. Long Way From Home by Leon Redbone. Sugar by Leon Redbone. Up A Lazy River by Leon Redbone. Whistling In The Wind by Leon Redbone. Any Time by Leon Redbone. Red To Blue by Leon Redbone. No Regrets by Leon Redbone. View all albums . Double Time. By: Leon Redbone (1977, Jazz).
Leon Redbone (born Dickran Gobalian, August 26, 1949) is a Canadian/American singer-songwriter and guitarist specializing in interpretations of early 20th-century music, including jazz and blues standards and Tin Pan Alley classics. Recognized for his trademark Panama hat, dark sunglasses, and black tie, Redbone first appeared on stage in Toronto, Canada in the mid-1970s. Double Time is the second studio album by singer/guitarist Leon Redbone, released in 1977.
Double Time (album) - Infobox Album Name Double Time Type studio album Artist Leon Redbone Released 1977 Genre Ragtime Length 31:33 Label Warner Bros.
Leon Redbone performs at the Paradiso on Aug. 27, 1991 in Amsterdam. Despite seeming perpetually out of time, Redbone's singular style shone through even in the midst of the heady rock of the mid 1970s, with two guest musical appearances in the debut 1975-76 season of Saturday Night Live (and again in 1977 and 1983) as well as multiple Tonight Show spots. By the time of his fourth album, 1981's From Branch to Branch, Redbone began including some of his own compositions, but he is perhaps best known by modern audiences for his duet with Zooey Deschanel on the the Christmas classic "Baby, It's Cold Outside" from Will Ferrell's 2003 comedy smash Elf, in which he provided the voice of the animated. character Leon the Snowman.
Songs in album Leon Redbone - Long Way From Home (2016). 1. Lord, I Looked Down The Road. Sweet Mama Hurry Home Or I'll Be Gone. 03:38 320 Кб/с 36. 12.
Leon Redbone, the nasally singer who helped revive ragtime, vaudeville and Tin Pan Alley music, has died at age 69. NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/Getty Images. Related: 1974 Rolling Stone Profile of Leon Redbone. Leon Redbone, the singer who built a career out of performing ragtime, vaudeville and American standards with a sly wink and an unmistakable, nasally voice, died Thursday.