Bing Crosby, Buddy Cole & His Trio – Chicago. Bing Crosby, Buddy Cole And His Trio – Thanks. Bing Crosby, Buddy Cole And His Trio – Silent Night.
Billy Butterfield and His Orchestra. The BBC Dance Orchestra. There Goes That Song Again. Kay Kyser and His Orchestra. Two Tickets to Georgia (Remastered 1998). Ben Pollack & His Orchestra. Flo Flo. Sam Donahue.
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And His Mother Called Him Bill is a studio album by Duke Ellington recorded in the wake of the 1967 death of his long-time collaborator, Billy Strayhorn. It won the Grammy Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album in 1969. Ellington recorded the album as a tribute to Billy Strayhorn, who died of cancer in May 1967. Strayhorn was a composer, arranger, and one of Ellington's closest friends.
Danny Boy" is a ballad set to a traditional Irish melody. English songwriter Frederic Weatherly wrote the lyrics in Bath, Somerset, England in 1913.
Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra. 2. Sonny Boy. Al Jolson. Jack Hylton and His Orchestra. Did Your Mother Come from Ireland. 50. When It's Sleepy Time Down South. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra.
Oh, I've never seen old Ireland o'er the ocean, tho' I've wished for the chance to greet it. In my mind I've always had a crazy notion, that I'd know a bit of Irish when I meet. Tracks related to did your mother come from ireland - the bbc dance orchestra. by: ambrose and his orchestra. by: leslie hutchinson. my man from caroline.
His closest friend and arranger had left his life full of music and memories. As a tribute, Ellington and his orchestra almost immediately began recording a tribute to Strayhorn, using the late arranger's own compositions and charts. The album features well-known and previously unrecorded Strayhorn tunes that showcased his range, versatility, and, above all, the quality that Ellington admired him most for: his sensitivity to all of the timbral, tonal, and color possibilities an orchestra could bring to a piece of music.
And before she left Killarney, Did your mother kiss. And before she left Killarney Did your mother kiss the Blarney? 'Cause your little touch of Brogue You can't disguise. Oh, I wouldn't be romancin' I can almost see you dancin' Where the Kerry pipers play Sure and maybe we'll be sharin' In the shamrock you'll be wearin' On the next St, Patrick's day. Did your mother come from Ireland? 'Cause there's something in you Irish And that bit of Irish steals my heart away