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Harry James And His Orchestra - September Song / Misirlou download mp3 album
Performer:
Harry James And His Orchestra
Album:
September Song / Misirlou
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1294 mb
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1987 mb
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Artist: Harry James & His Orchestra, Song: Misirlou, Duration: 3:14, File type: mp3. №3548912451. Harry James & His Orchestra I've Heard That Song Before. Harry James And His Orchestra Strictly Instrumental. Harry James and His Orchestra Just for Fun.

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Demetriades named the song "Misirlou" in his original 1927 Columbia recording, which is a Greek assimilated borrowing of the regional pronunciation of "Egyptian" in Turkish ("Mısırlı"), as opposed to the corresponding word for "Egyptian" in Greek, which is Αιγύπτιοι (Aigyptioi) The rebetiko version of the song was intended for a Greek tsifteteli dance, at a slower tempo and a different key than the O. .Harry James recorded and released Misirlou in 1941 on Columbia 36390, and the song peaked at on the . In 1946, pianist Jan August recorded a version of the song on Diamond Records (Diamond 2009), which reached on the Billboard Jockey charts in the .

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Tracklist

A September Song
B Misirlou

Notes

Recorded in New York, September 8, 1941.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: HCO 2760-1A
  • Matrix / Runout: CO 31253-1B