Paul Whiteman's Sax Soctette - Blue Skies / What'll I Do download mp3 album
Jazz band directed by Paul Whiteman in the end of the 40's. They recorded for Decca. Discographies refer to this band alternatively as Paul Whiteman's Sax Octette, Paul Whiteman's Sax Socktette, Paul Whiteman's Socktette, or Paul Whiteman's Sax Soctette. Members: Paul Whiteman. Variations: Viewing All Paul Whiteman's Sax Soctette. Paul Whiteman's Sax Sockette. Paul Whiteman's Sax Soctette. Blue Skies, What'll I Do (Shellac, 10").
What'll I Do? Alto Saxophone – David Kweksilber, Michiel Van DijkAlto Saxophone, Clarinet – Robert VeenAlto Saxophone, Clarinet, Soloist – Ronald Jansen HeijtmajerArranged By – Nathan Van CleaveBaritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Sebastian OhmDouble Bass – Gert-Jan BlomDrums – Hans DekkerGuitar – Cornell van VuurenRhythm Guitar – Ton Van BergeijkTenor Saxophone – Hans Bosch (2)Tenor Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Soloist – Frank TimpeTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Allard.
BPM Profile Saxophone Soctette. Album starts at 112BPM, ends at 114BPM (+2), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
Blue Skies" is one of many popular songs whose lyrics use a "bluebird of happiness" as a symbol of cheer: "Bluebirds singing a song-Nothing but bluebirds all day long. Willie Nelson version. Man With the Blues", "The Storm Has Just Begun". Top Hat, White Tie and Tails". What'll I Do". "When I Lost You". Who Do You Love, I Hope?" "You Can Have Him". You Can't Get a Man with a Gun".
What'll I Do? - The Beau Hunks Saxophone. 2. Tell Me, Little Gypsy - The Beau Hunks Saxophone. 14. Blue Skies - The Beau Hunks Saxophone. 15. Soliloquy: A Musical Thought - The Beau Hunks Saxophone. 16. In Dreams, I Kiss Your Hand, Madame - The Beau Hunks Saxophone.
Blue skies, smiling at me Nothing but blue skies Do I see Blue birds singing a song Nothing but blue birds all day long Never saw the sun shining so bright Never saw things going so right Notice in the days hurrying by When you 're in love Why are they flying? Blue days all of them gone Nothing but blue skies From now on Never saw the sun shining so bright Never saw things going so right Notice in the days hurrying by When you 're in love Why are they flying? Blue days all of them gone Nothing but blue skies From now on Nothing but blue,blue skies Nothing but blue,blue skies Nothing.
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- Written-By – Irving Berlin
Recorded in New York City on April 7, 1939.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 65362A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 65363A