A. If Anyone Finds This, I Love You. Written-By – Sid Lippman, Sylvia Dee. B. Turn Right. Written-By – Hal Stanley, Marty Dorn Roberts. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): F2PW-0044. Matrix, Runout (Side B Label): F2PW-0401. Kay Starr, Harold Mooney Orchestra & Chorus - If Anyone Finds This, I Love You (Shellac, 10").
Matrix, Runout (Side A): 47-5999-A. Matrix, Runout (Side B): 47-5999-B.
The unbilled child’s voice on this track was that of eleven year-old Jan Wintz. Transferred and digitally processed from the original 45rpm: RCA Victor 47-5999 - If Anyone Finds This I Love You (Lippman-Dee) by Kay Starr, orchestra and chorus conducted by Harold Mooney. If Anyone Finds This (I Love You). UMG (от лица компании "EMI"); ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (1).
We can't show you this lyrics snippet right now. View full lyrics. Bell Bottom Blues (Digitally Re-Mastered). What Good Is I Love You? Dusty Springfield. Ladies and Gentlemen, Miss Alma Cogan! Alma Cogan. But by 1954, this was to all change. Her first major hit was "Bell Bottom Blues", and she scored her only number one in Britain with "Dreamboat" in 1956. Novelty songs were extremely popular at the time, and Alma recorded a number of these, including "I Can't Tell A Waltz From A Tango", "Twenty Tiny Fingers" and "Never Do A Tango With An Eskimo". Alma Cogan was Britain's most successful female recording artist of the 1950's.
Kay Starr with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus Rock and Roll Waltz. Hugo Winterhalter & His Orchestra, Kay Starr Rockin' Chair. Hugo Winterhalter & His Orchestra, Kay Starr Jamie Boy. (play). Kay Starr with Hugo Winterhalter, His Orchestra and Chorus Rock and Roll Waltz.
Wheel of Fortune" is a popular song written by Bennie Benjamin and George David Weiss and published in 1951. It is best remembered in the 1952 hit version by Kay Starr. The song was originally recorded in 1951, for RCA by Johnny Hartman, and about the same time for Crescendo Records by Al Costello with the Walter Scott Orchestra. Several hit versions of "Wheel of Fortune" were released in 1952
Kay Starr, Harold Mooney & His Orchestra.
The rest of the tracks are from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s, and include highlights like "Kay's Lament," "Oh Lonesome Me," and "I Got My Arms Open (And My Love Ready). Anyone looking for the best of the always cool Kay Starr should begin here. Sylvia Dee, Sidney Lippman.