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Mal. Hallett Orchestra - Lonesome Me / Whose Who Are You? album download
Performer: Mal. Hallett Orchestra
Title: Lonesome Me / Whose Who Are You?
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Released: 1926
MP3 album szie: 1377 mb
FLAC album size: 1181 mb

Matrix, Runout (Side A): 74024-A Matrix, Runout (Side B): 74025-B.

Are You Lonesome Tonight?" is a song which was written by Roy Turk and Lou Handman in 1926. It was recorded several times in 1927-first by Charles Hart, with successful versions by Vaughn De Leath, Henry Burr, and the duet of Jerry Macy and John Ryan. In 1950 the Blue Barron Orchestra version reached the top twenty on the Billboard's Pop Singles chart.

Connect to this site. Pathé & Cameo Jazzbands 1924-1928.

Mal Hallett (born 1893, Roxbury, Massachusetts – died November 20, 1952, Boston) was an American jazz violinist and bandleader. Hallett was a graduate of the Boston Conservatory of Music. His ensemble featured a large number of sidemen who went on to become noted for their own achievements, including Gene Krupa, Jack Teagarden, Frankie Carle, Jack Jenney, Toots Mondello, Irene Daye, Floyd O'Brien, Spud Murphy, Boots Mussulli, Brad Gowans, Turk Murphy, Teddy Grace, John Williams, and Don Fagerquist. Hallett was an older swing bandleader, and had trouble winning over younger fans, to the detriment of his career.

Formed in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, during the early 20s, the Mal Hallett Orchestra included Toots Mondello, Andy Russo, Carl Swearingen, Bill Carlin, Nelson Arguesso, Sam Sherman, Ollie Ahearn, Frank Guilfoyle, Larry de Laurence, Frank Frieselle, Brad Gowans, Chet Gonier, Joe Holmes, Joe Carbonnaro, Frank Ryderson, Clark Yocum, Jim Johnson, Turk Murphy, Stewart Anderson, Frankie Carle, Gene Krupa, Jack Teagarden and Jack Jenney

This album is manifest testament to the purity of their love for making music, and the blues is, for the Stones, the fountainhead of everything they do, Was said in a statement. Ron Wood first discussed the group’s blues angle in an April interview with The Associated Press. Was revealed that the group had recorded Little Walter’s Blue and Lonesome in the sessions in an April radio interview. It was just magnificent, he said, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. When they play that music, they become something very true to who they are and something really unique as well. Blue & Lonesome Track List.

Who are you - it's a mystery Who are you - who can answer me Who are you - where did you come from Suddenly I could find you're gone Out of the dark You walked right into my heart And made me glad you're here But this could end You could walk right out again And simply dissapear Don't let it. happen Don't want you to go Why should it happen When I need you so Can't let it happen There's so much I want you to know Who can say - if you'll go or stay Who can say - I will know some day Who are you - where did you come from Who are you - you could be the on. .

This album is manifest testament to the purity of their love for making music, and the blues is, for the Stones, the fountainhead of everything they do, says Don Was, who co-produced Blue and Lonesome alongside the Glimmer Twins (a pseudonym for Mick Jagger and Keith Richards).

Tracklist

A Lonesome Me
B Whose Who Are You?

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 74024-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 74025-B