PLAY ALL. I Thought About You. Released by Flare Records Jun 2007 25 Tracks. I Thought About You is a English album released on Jun 2007. I Thought About You Album has 25 songs sung by Patti Page. Listen to all songs in high quality & download I Thought About You songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
I Thought About You" is a 1939 popular song composed by Jimmy Van Heusen with lyrics by Johnny Mercer. It was one of three collaborations Van Heusen and Mercer wrote for the Mercer-Morris publishing company started by Mercer and former Warner Bros. publisher Buddy Morris. The other two were called "Blue Rain" and "Make with the Kisses". I Thought About You" was by far the most popular of the songs. The lyrics were inspired by Mercer's train trip to Chicago.
In the Land of Hi-Fi was a Patti Page album issued by Mercury Records on its EmArcy label. The catalog number of the monaural version, first released in 1956, was MG-36074, and of the stereophonic version, released in 1958, it was SR-80000. The album was Page's first release on the EmArcy label, generally used by Mercury as a label for jazz albums.
A better title for this album might have been Patti Page Tries to Pull a Sinatra, as she delves into swinging jazz, seemingly far removed from "Doggie in the Window" and much of her other pop material from this period. The original notes on In the Land of Hi-Fi tell the reader that Patti Page "has never been too far removed from jazz. That's not in dispute, since she came of age in a time - the big-band era - when the influence of jazz was at its peak. Some of the rest, including "Mountain Greenery," "My Kind of Love," and "I Didn't Know About You" work better, all more comfortable fits among singer, band, and song, but there's still not enough to make this record more than an offbeat curio in Page's career. For this album, she was joined by Pete Rugolo & His Orchestra, who sometimes seem rather ham-fisted, trying to punch home jazz and swing elements.
I Thought About You. Patti Page.
Patti Boulaye: Patti Boulaye. The eponymous titled LP. Released on Handkerchief. The first thing the listener notices is it belongs in that cheesy mid tempo 70s disco genre - not quite so hip or trendy as (say) 'Chic' or 'The Bee Gees' - it's more in the same league as Tina Charles. The production and instrumentation belong there too - plodding bass and stinging strings. Not that this is necessarily bad, it's just not going to make you get up and dance anytime soon. Some Highlights: 'Stop it I like it': is as described as above, with a sultry vocal. At the end of playing this, I thought there were a couple of reasonable tracks but the whole is ever so slightly embarrassing. However, if you're a fan of mid 70s British cheesy soul and disco, you won't go far wrong here.
What Patti Smith's album Horses meant to me, the girl from Mooroolbark. Smith says she never intended to make a record, yet it was out of these performances that her debut album, Horses, was born. Smith says that when she wrote the song she believed in our power to transform words – Like how if you said ‘fuck’ you thought you were going to hell because it was so dirt. r how the worst word you could call an Irish kid was ‘punk’ – but she accepts that the song’s message doesn’t really fit in the current climate. Sometimes I still play it because it’s my favourite song to do, she says. And it was really about myself - ‘Baby was a black sheep, baby was a whore’ - the lowest things you could call somebody, because I’d been through a lot of derision in my life.