The discography for American jazz singer Sammy Davis Jr. Davis recorded extensively throughout his career and most recordings remain in the catalogs as various reissues. Singin' in the Rain" b/w "Chattanooga Choo Choo" (Non-album track). 110. 16. That's Entertainment. That's Entertainment!" b/w "Singin' in the Rain". 41. "Sing" b/w "This Is the House of the People".
A. Singin' In The Rain. From the forthcoming MGM Album M3G 4965 "That's Entertainment". Rights Society: ASCAP.
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Show is a 1966 studio album by Sammy Davis J. released to coincide with his television show of the same name The Sammy Davis J.
It's no secret that The Candyman was digging the Dark Lord in the early '70s, when he was awarded an honorary Warlock degree by the Church of Satan. But this long-lost recording of odes to the devil is a bit a surprise. These seven tracks were recorded in Los Angeles in 1974 with a small swing band. Lousy sound or not, this is an important release in Sammy Davis J. s catalogue. Though it clocks in under thirty minutes, the album features compositions that neither Davis nor biographers ever mentioned him recording. Choices like an eerie and ominous version of the Coleman/Leigh classic "Witchcraft make sense, but a bizarre swinging take on The Rolling Stones' "Sympathy For Devil is regrettable. If that was not strange enough, the album closes with an Elvis cover, "Devil in Disguise, featuring Church of Satan founder Anton LeVey on vocals and Wurlitzer organ.
That's Entertainment (Album Version). by Sammy Davis, Jr. That's Entertainment (Album Version) by Sammy Davis, Jr. 1:33. Some tracks are hard to find (like the "Now" lp,never issued on cd),so this is a welcome addition in the Sammy Davis J. atalogue, all recorded,after he left the Reprise label,for MGM in the early seventies. Not something to be overlooked;Recommended Listening!Enjoy.
Entertainment", "That's for Me", "There Is Nothing Like a Dame", "There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York", "Thou Swell", "The Thrill Is Gone", "Time to Ride", "Two Sleepy People", "Uptight, You've Got Your Troubles", "We'll Make It This Time", "What Became of Me?", "What Now My Love" live Sands 1966, "What the World Needs Now I. When putting on his final performances in the latest stages of his life, Sammy's vocals still remained more or less intact, being able to manage some of the most challenging songs of his career.
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