Wand'rin' Star" was a number one single in the UK and Ireland for Lee Marvin for three weeks in March 1970. It was originally written by Alan J. Lerner (lyrics) and Frederick Loewe (music) for the stage musical Paint Your Wagon in 1951. When the film of the musical was made in 1969, Lee Marvin took the role of prospector Ben Rumson. Not a natural singer, Marvin nevertheless sang all of his songs in the film, rejecting the idea of miming to another singer's voice.
Labels: Side A: Chappell & Co. Inc. ASCAP Side B: Alan Jay/Famous Music Corp. Artist Side B: Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood & Chorus. Rights Society: GEMA. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): S 16 827 A. Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): S 16 827 B. Matrix, Runout (Runout (Stamped) Side A): S 16827 A-1 76.
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Текст песни Lee Marvin – "Wand'rin Star". I was born under a wandrin' star, I was born under a wandrin' star, Wheels are made for rollin', Mules are made to pack, I've never seen a sight. Lee marvin & clint eastwood - wand'rin star - I talk to the trees. Лучшие песни Lee Marvin. 2. Clint Eastwood & Lee Marvin & Chorus Paint Your Wagon.
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Lee Marvin - Wand'rin' Star. Artist: Lee Marvin ( Lee Marvin). Album: Paint Your Wagon (movie) a single (1970). Traduceri: Franceză, Germană, Română, Spaniolă. I was born under a wand'rin' star. Wheels are made for rolling, Mules are made to pack. I've never seen a sight. That didn't look better looking back. Mud can make you prisoner. And the plains can bake you dry.
Wand'rin' Star is the third of three compilations from Bear Family Records devoted to music from western films (My Rifle, My Pony and Me and From Alamo to El Dorado are the previous volumes). The songs are a mixture of commercial recordings and performances lifted directly from films. James Stewart's "You Can't Get Far Without a Railroad" from the 1957 film Night Passage, for example, features dialogue and extraneous noise throughout the song.
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