Valaida (Queen Of The Trumpet) & Lulle Ellbojs Orkester - Caravan / My Heart Belongs To Daddy album
My Heart Belongs to Daddy.
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Profile: US trumpet player and jazz singer, composer and arranger. Her place and date of birth was deliberately blurred by her own statements during her show business career, but has been established (by Frank Driggs) as June 2, 1905, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. After some success in the US she embarked on various world wide tours including appearances in Shanghai, Batavia, Singapore and Calcutta in the late 1920s, Europe in 1929/30, and Europe again in the late 1930s, ending up in nazi occupied Denmark in 1941. Reports on her time in Europe during the first two years of WWII are. Valaida (Queen Of The Trumpet) & Lulle Ellbojs Orkester - Caravan, My Heart Belongs To Daddy (Shellac, 10").
Lulle Ellbojs Orkester. Members: Bengt Artander, Gunnar Green (2), Gunnar Wallberg, Kalle Löhr, Lulle Ellboj, Olle Sahlin, Roland Bengtsson, Rudolf Eriksson, Sture Green, Willard Ringstrand. Variations: Viewing All Lulle Ellbojs Orkester. Lulle Elboj's Orchestra, Lulle Ellboj's Orchestra, Lulle Ellboys Orkester.
Нежная музыка для души и ЖИЗНИ, а Пение птиц Успокаивает нервную систему.
When Valaida Snow played her trumpet, she sounded a bit like Herman Autrey, Emmett Berry, or Shad Collins. As a singer she could be compared with Lil Hardin Armstrong, Ethel Waters, Adelaide Hall, or Josephine Baker, depending upon the material in question. She was even presented with a gold trumpet by Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands! The last four titles on this disc find Snow visiting Copenhagen in July of 1940, cheerfully recording for Tono Records and apparently unaware that the forces of Nazi Germany were about to alter her life in the rudest manner imaginable. Caravan 15. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 16. My Heart Belongs To Daddy 17. You're Driving Me Crazy 18. Take It Easy 19.
Album When Did You Leave Heaven. My Heart Belongs To Daddy Lyrics. While tearing off a game of golf I may make a play for the caddy But when I do, I don't follow though 'Cause my heart belongs to Daddy. If I invite a boy some night To dine on my fine finnan haddie I just adore his asking for more But my heart belongs to Daddy. Yes my heart belongs to Daddy So I simply couldn't be bad Yes, my heart belongs to daddy Da-da Da-da-da Da-da-da-ad So I want to warn you laddie Though I think you're perfectly swell That my heart belongs to Daddy 'Cause my daddy he treats it so well. About My Heart Belongs To Daddy. My Heart Belongs To Daddy. My Heart Belongs To Daddy" Track Info. When Did You Leave Heaven Lisa Ekdahl.
My Heart Belongs to Daddy" is a song written by Cole Porter, for the 1938 musical Leave It to Me! which premiered on November 9, 1938. It was originally performed by Mary Martin, who played Dolly Winslow, the young "protégée" of a rich newspaper publisher. In the original context, Dolly is stranded at a Siberian railway station, wearing only a fur coat, and performs a striptease while singing the song.
My Heart Belongs to Daddy. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Hot Snow: Queen of Trumpet & Song Album.
13. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. 14. 15. You're Driveing Me Crazy. Valaida Snow plays the trumpet hot in the Armstrong tradition, she also sings(similar to Adelaide Hall, but much hotter), Snow is virtually unknown today but in Europe in the 30's she was considered a jazz legend, and a very popular one at that. This two CD set highlights both her jazzy trumpet playing, and her lovley vocal talents.
pose, 'cause my baby knows That My Heart Belongs To Daddy When some good scout, invites me out To dine om some fine fin and haddie My baby's sure, his love is secure Cause My Heart Belongs To Daddy Yes My Heart Belongs To Daddy So I simply couldn't be bad Yes I'm gonna marry daddy. Da-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-ad If you feel romantic laddy Let me warn you right from the start That My Heart Belongs To Daddy And my daddy belongs to my heart. Writer(s): Cole Porter Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Ellington*, Tizol*
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Written-By – Porter*
- Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Gunnar Wallberg, Lulle Ellboj
- Bass [Uncredited] – Roland Bengtsson
- Drums [Uncredited] – Olle Sahlin
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Kalle Löhr
- Leader – Lulle Ellboj
- Piano [Uncredited] – Willard Ringstrand
- Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Rudolf Eriksson
- Trombone [Uncredited] – Sture Green
- Trumpet [Uncredited] – Bengt Artander, Gunnar Green
- Vocals, Trumpet – Valaida Snow
NotesRecorded Stockholm, Aug 28, 1939.
Source for recording date and musicians: "Svensk jazzdiskografi 1899-1999" (http://old.visarkiv.se/jazzdiskografi/jazzdiskografi_S.pdf)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A runout): 4876-S-E-D
- Matrix / Runout (B runout): 4878-S-E-B
- Rights Society: NCB