John Vincent's Californians / Buddy Blue & His Texans - In The Hush Of The Night / Junior album
Gene Vincent only had one really big hit, "Be-Bop-a-Lula," which epitomized rockabilly at its prime in 1956 with its sharp guitar breaks, spare snare drums, fluttering echo, and Vincent's breathless, sexy vocals
Album · 1977 · 10 Songs.
Buddy Blue & His Texans – Junior, Lonely Little Cinderella. Label: Banner – 6442. Side A also released on Conqueror 7383, Domino 4366, Regal 8814, and Perfect 15195 and Pathe Actuelle 37014 (as by Majestic Dance Orchestra), and Broadway 1292 (as by Jimmy Green's Californians). Side B also released on Conqueror 7381, Domino 4367, Regal 8812, and Perfect 15193 and Pathe Actuelle 37012 (as by La Palina Broadcasters).
Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 4 мая 2015 г. Soft Lights and Sweet Music Buddy Blue and his Texans Crown 3281 - Recorded January 1932. Despite the noise (mostly at the start), a fine version of this Irving Berlin classic by Smith Ballew's band. Transferred from original 78 RPM record by .
Considering the troubled background of this album (Eric Clapton, Ahmet Ertegun, and Tom Dowd only ended up with eight tracks at a series of 1970 sessions in Miami; two years later, the J. Geils Band was brought in to cut two additional songs to round out the long-delayed LP for 1972 release), the results were pretty impressive.
When Mercer wrote "Blues in the Night", I went over his lyric and I started to hum it over his desk. It sounded marvelous once I got to the second stanza but that first twelve was weak tea. On the third or fourth page of his work sheets I saw some lines-one of them was "My momma done tol' me, when I was in knee pants . Larry Adler and the John Kirby Orchestra (recorded January 20, 1944, released by Decca Records as catalog number 23524; later version of Decca 23524 released as a Larry Adler harmonica solo, both versions with the flip side St. Louis Blues ). Luis Arcaraz (released by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-4418, with the flip side Stormy Weather ).
Swing Time- The World's Greatest Jazz Collection (1933-1957), Vol. 34. Various Artists. 29 more albums featuring this track. Coleman Hawkins & His Orchestra.
1. In The Hush Of The Night.
Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton - John Mayall 12. The Gate Of The Horn - Memphis Slim 13. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Paul Butterfield 14. Coffee Blues - Mississippi John Hurt 15. The Natch'l Blues - Taj Mahal 16. It Serves You Right To Suffer - John Lee Hooker 17. Spotlight On Lucille - . King 18. Blues After Hours - Elmore James 19. I Do Not Play No Rock and Roll - Mississippi Fred McDowell 20. Completely Well - . King 21. Couldn't Stand The Weather - Stevie Ray Vaughan 22. Down and Out Blues - Sonny Boy Williamson 23. Confessin' The Blues - Little Walter 24.
Starry Night, 1889 by Vincent Van Gogh. Widely hailed as Van Gogh's magnum opus, the painting depicts the view outside his sanatorium room window at night, although it was painted from memory during the day. Starry Night depicts a dreamy interpretation of the artist's asylum room's sweeping view of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. Though Van Gogh revisited this scene in his work on several occasions, "Starry Night" is the only nocturnal study of the view.
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|A||In The Hush Of The Night
Written-By – Hoffman*, Lerner*
Written-By – Donaldson*
- Vocals – Buddy Blue (tracks: B), Rodman Lewis (tracks: A)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: 8856
- Label Code: 8828
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped A Side): 8856-2
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped B Side): 8828-3