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Pardon My Sarong was filmed at Mayfair Productions from March 2 through April 28, 1942. The film's original draft, dated July 19, 1941, was titled Road to Montezuma. The Ink Spots performed in this movie with tenor Deek Watson playing trumpet on the song Shout Brother Shout. The famous dance group "Tip, Tap, and Toe" danced during the night club scene. However, Maria Montez's scenes were eventually cut from the film. Four Ink Spots-Charles Fugua, Hoppy Jones Bill Kenny Deek Watson.
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Shout was released as a single in 1984, and is the first song on Tears for Fears' second album, Songs from the Big Chair. It was no. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks in August 1985, and remains one of their most recognizable (and excessively sampled) songs. This song was also covered by Disturbed for their album The Sickness, titled as Shout 2000. The song is often mislabeled as an emo song when the message is more a call to action than an expression of pain. A lot of people think that ‘Shout’ is just another song about primal scream theory, continuing the themes of the first album. It is actually more concerned with political protest. It came out in 1984 when a lot of people were still worried about the aftermath of the Cold war and it was basically an encouragement to protest.
Shout" is a popular American song, originally recorded by the Isley Brothers. Released in 1959, it was written by the brothers themselves as a call and response answer to Jackie Wilson's "Lonely Teardrops", which they would occasionally cover in live performances. While the song did not reach higher than on the Billboard Hot 100, it became the brothers' first gold single on the basis of its longevity, and it became a much-covered tune, with many . and international artists recording the song.
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The Ink Spots - A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening. InkSpotBill Kenny - Lead, 1st TenorDeek Watson - 2nd TenorCharlie Fuqua - Baritone, GuitarOrville "Hoppy" Jones - Bass, UprightAsa "Ace" Harris - Piano, ArrangerLYRICS:IT ISN'T A DREAM ANYMORE,ITS SWEETER THAN EVER BEFORE,TO SEE YOU, TO HOLD. You, the way I do,its almost too good to be true. at last I can say what I feel, and know what I'M Saying is real,you're summer you'Re spring and you're everything I adore.
Lyrics begin: "Shout, brother, shout!" Top Sellers. Shout, Brother, Shout! Ernie Haase, Hymn. Shout, Brother, Shout!" Sheet music for Piano.