The Delta Rhythm Boys songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: Jazz & Conversation Suite. album: Hit Wonder: The Delta Rhythm Boys, Vol. 1. When the Saints Go Marchin' In. Maria. A One Sided Affair. album: The Delta Rhythm Boys. I Love You. album: The Delta Rhythm Boys Greatest Hits. Dem Bones Dem Bones Dem Dry Bones. Lover Come Back to Me. album: Jazz & Conversation Suite, Vol. 3. What Would It Take? album: My Future Just Passed. But She's My Buddy's Chick. album: But She's My Buddy's Chick. Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'. album: Tonight in Time. album: Come Softly to Me. I'm Gonna Be There. album: Negro spirituals à danser.
The Delta Rhythm Boys came up in the late '30s and early '40s, around the same time as the Ink Spots and the Mills Brothers, both of which worked in a similar kind of pre-doo wop harmony style. But history has not been as kind to the Delta Rhythm Boys as to the latter groups, despite their significant accomplishments. Masters of Hip Harmony is a collection of tracks taken from their radio broadcasts in 1944; it's about evenly split between material recorded for broadcast to American soldiers over the Armed Forces Radio Service and other songs recorded for a radio show called California Melodies, with Frank DeVol & His Orchestra.
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Duke Ellington and his longtime collaborator Billy Strayhorn both appeared on exactly half the set's 38 tracks and wrote two new pieces of music for the album: "The E and D Blues" and a four-movement musical portrait of Fitzgerald. The Song Book series ended up becoming the singer's most critically acclaimed and commercially successful work, and probably her most significant offering to American culture. Possibly Fitzgerald's greatest unrealized collaboration (in terms of popular music) was a studio or live album with Frank Sinatra. The two appeared on the same stage only periodically over the years, in television specials in 1958 and 1959, and again on 1967's A Man and His Music + Ella + Jobim, a show that also featured Antônio Carlos Jobim.
My Future Just Passed. Composed by George Marion, J. Richard A. Whiting.
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Written-By – George Marion Jr., Richard A. Whiting*
|B||I'm In Love With A Gal (Who's In Love With A Guy Who Looks Like Me But Ain't)
Written-By – Lee Kuhn