A song from the Fleischer Studios’ animated feature Gulliver’s Travels.
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Shadows In The Moonlight book. It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after many years, back in print.
Album: The Best of Eddy Howard: The Mercury Years. Top Eddy Howard songs. To Each His Own. Sin.
Title: The Eddy Howard Collection 1939-55. I’m a fan of older style music and have a fair collection of original recordings from the 30s to the 50s. It’s a sort of spin off from a childhood watching Hollywood musicals, I suppose. An apparently ‘huge’ name, Howard’s career grew in the 30s working with Dick Jurgens’ own band along with John Hammond at Colombia plus other jazz cuts while in the company of Charlie Christian and Teddy Wilson. He hit the heights in the 40s and early 50s with plenty of hit singles. This guy had over 40 hits and even two N. s! The CD package itself spans two CDs of 52 tracks. Not definitive but, as the liner notes say, the pack does feature most of his hits. Other tracks of interest include some of his work with Dick Jurgens on the Vocalian label.
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Dancing in the Moonlight" is a song written and originally recorded by the French-American rock group King Harvest. The song was written by Sherman Kelly, produced by Jack Robinson, originally recorded in 1970 by Kelly's band Boffalongo, and then released as a single by King Harvest in 1972, reaching number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2000 a cover by English band Toploader became a worldwide hit and achieved multi-Platinum status in the United Kingdom.
Lyrics for These Foolish Things by Eddy Howard & His Orchestra . Are still around us There's no escape that I can see And still those little things remain That bring me happiness or pain A cigarette that bears a lipstick's traces An airline ticket to romantic places And still my heart has wings These foolish things remind me of you A tinkling piano in the next apartment Those stumbling words that told.
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- Orchestra – Louis Adrian