John And Carl Bellante - I'll Be Home album
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I'll Be Home For Christmas" was written in 1943 by composers Walter Kent, Buck Ram, and lyricist Kim Gannon. Elvis Presley recorded "I'll Be Home For Christmas" on September 7, 1957 for Elvis' Christmas Album.
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I'll Be Home for Christmas" is a Christmas song written by the lyricist Kim Gannon and composer Walter Kent and recorded in 1943 by Bing Crosby, who scored a top ten hit with the song. Originally written to honor soldiers overseas who longed to be home at Christmas time, "I'll Be Home for Christmas" has since gone on to become a Christmas standard. The song is sung from the point of view of a soldier stationed overseas during World War II, writing a letter to his family
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I'll Be Back is a curious composition, containing no chorus but two bridges. Furthermore, its switches between A major and A minor in the introduction and ending leaving a sense of unfinished business. A nice tune, though the middle is a bit tatty. John Lennon Hit Parader, April 1972. Lyrically, the song is one of Lennon's most vulnerable. After the bravado of You Can't Do That and When I Get Home, it was one of the first true instances of the raw confessional style which he would explore more fully on Help! In the studio. Whether I'll Be Back was always intended to be the album's last song is not known, but it intriguing to imagine how the album might have sounded if accompanied by a full version of one of the three demo songs.
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- Producer – Lou Guarino
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