Artie Dunn At The Organ Plays Buck Ram (LP).
Profile: Vocalist, composer, organist (died January 15, 1996, age 73) Founding member of The Three Suns. In Groups: Reis & Dunn, The Three Suns. Variations: Viewing All Artie Dunn. A Dunn, A. Ann, A. Dum, A. Dunn, A. Dunne, . unn, Al Dunn, Art Dunn, Artie Dunn and The Sun Maids, Arty Dunn, Dann, Dum, Dumm, Dun, Dunn, Dunn Artie, N. Dunn, . unn.
Samuel "Buck" Ram (November 21, 1907 – January 1, 1991), also known as Ande Rand, Lynn Paul or Jean Miles, was an American songwriter, and popular music producer and arranger. He was one of BMI's top five songwriters/air play in its first 50 years, alongside Paul Simon, Kris Kristofferson, Jimmy Webb, and Paul McCartney . When Ram wrote the lyrics to the song and made it a hit, the Three Suns sued. As in the Christmas standard, the court ruled that the names of Artie Dunn and the Nevin brothers, writers of the instrumental, be included. It did not find against Ram.
In 1939, in partnership with his brother, accordionist Morty Nevins and his cousin, organist Artie Dunn, he founded The Three Suns. The band was signed to RCA Victor. Al Nevins' song "Twilight Time" (co-written with Morty Nevins and Buck Ram) made it to the American Top 20. (The song was covered by The Platters, who were managed by Ram, and their version sold more than 4 million copies. In 1954, Al Nevins left the band due to ill health, to be replaced on Three Suns recordings by George Barnes (musician), Johnny Buck (aka Bucky Pizzarelli), and later by Joe Negri. He continued solo, recording three albums: Escapade in Sound, Lights and Shadows and Dancing with the Blues, the last arranged by Charles Albertine.
Artie Dunn, Zafer Hakansoy - Twiligt Time Once Upon a Time 1, 1985 02:43. Artie Dunn, Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Freddie Rich and His Orchestra, Artie Dunn - I Was Made to Love You Cheerful Little Earful, 2014 03:37. Artie Dunn, Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti, Les Reis - I Wanna Count Sheep Till the Cows Come Home I Wanna Count Sheep Till the Cows Come Home, 2018 03:25. Artie Dunn, Artie Dunn, Joe Green Orchestra, Joe Green Orchestra - Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man We Call It Jazz!, Vol. 5, 2013 03:11
Twilight Time" is a popular song with lyrics by Buck Ram, and the music by The Three Suns (Morty Nevins, Al Nevins, and Artie Dunn). Ram said that he originally wrote it as a poem, without music, while in college. Original instrumental recordings of "Twilight Time" included those made respectively by the Three Suns (1944) and Les Brown & His Band of Renown (1945).
Artie Dunn пение - слушать онлайн ★ Twilight Time, Here We Are, I'll String Along with You, Lazybones, Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing, Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning.
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