Pearl Trio - She Had To Go And Lose It At The Astor / Frankie And Johnny FLAC album
Harry ROY born Harry Lipman, 1900, died 1971. Harry and his brother Syd formed a band which they called 'The Darmswells'.
Frankie and Johnny lyrics - Pearl Bailey; Frankie and Johnny was sweethearts. At least that's the way the story goes. Frankie bought everything for Johnny. Frankie ran around the corner And peeked in a swinging place There she saw Johnny with the woman He had his arms around her waist. Aw, he was a man alright but Frankie could see that he was Doing her wrong. And oh let me tell you. Frankie reached down in her pocketbook And up with a long forty-four She shot once, twice, three times and Johnny fell to the hard wood floor. Aw, he was a man alright but Frankie shot him because he was Doing her wrong. She Had to Go and Lose It At the Astor Pearl Bailey. The Hucklebuck Pearl Bailey.
Frankie and Johnny" (sometimes spelled "Frankie and Johnnie"; also known as "Frankie and Albert" or just "Frankie") is a traditional American popular song. It tells the story of a woman, Frankie, who finds her man Johnny making love to another woman and shoots him dead. Frankie is then arrested; in some versions of the song she is also executed. The song was inspired by one or more actual murders
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That’s because Frankie and Johnny, which opened on Thursday at the Broadhurst Theater, begins with the sounds of Frankie (Ms. McDonald) and Johnny (Mr. Shannon) making love: noisy, ecstatic and familiar, as the script, by Terrence McNally, puts it. Familiar, that is, if you’re used to Puccini orgasms. Ms. McDonald’s feral, sometimes scarily raw performance shows how Frankie flips that failure into a personality: If she’s going to lose anyway, it might as well be on her own terms. Her Frankie is wheedlingly defensive, coarsely self-deprecating, sexually free only so long as she can send the gentleman home after offering him a slice of meat loaf and a glass of milk. But Johnny, a new kitchen hire at the greasy spoon where she works, frazzles all that; for one thing, he won’t leave.
Performer: Dick Robertson & His Orchestra Genre: Jazz, Pop Album: You're A Grand Old Flag, It's A Mighty Pretty Night For Love Released: 1942. Pearl Trio - She Had To Go And Lose It At The Astor, Frankie And Johnny. Performer: Pearl Trio Genre: Pop Album: She Had To Go And Lose It At The Astor, Frankie And Johnny Released: 1947. Dick Robertson And His Orchestra - Maybe, Ain't Cha Comin' Out. Jazz. Performer: Georges Moustaki Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country Album: Georges Moustaki Con La Participacion De Astor Piazzolla Released: 1982. Dick Robertson And His Orchestra - Wm. Henry Smith's Jubilee Singers. Folk, World, & Country. Performer: Dick Robertson And His Orchestra Genre: Folk, World, & Country Album: Wm. Henry Smith's Jubilee Singers Style: Gospel.
frankie and johnny album cover, frankie and johnny song 70's comedy album Frankie and Johnny is the twenty-fifth album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3553, on March 1, 1966 It is the soundtrack to the 1966 film of the same name starring Presley Recording sessions took place a. Down by the Riverside" and "When the Saints Go Marching In". Bernie Baum, Bill Giant, Florence Kaye.
Frankie and Johnny is a traditional American murder ballad, but you might not know it was based on a true story. Frankie Baker lived in a rooming house on Targee Street in St. Louis. In 1899, she was 22 or 23 years old and had a 17-year-old boyfriend named Allen Britt, who was sometimes called Albert ( Al Britt ). Several sources identify Francis, also known as Frankie, as a prostitute and Allen Britt as her pimp
Frankie and Johnny (1991) dir. Garry Marshall. Garry Marshall was filming the Michelle Pfeiffer/Al Pacino romance Frankie and Johnny in the same studio as Star Trek VI. He decided to take advantage of this fact when a key shot relied on Al Pacino’s complete surprise upon opening a door and seeing who was on the other side. Marshall asked Nicholas Meyer if he could borrow his two leads for a few minutes and had them waiting on the other side of the door, in full costume. Pacino, of course, delivered.
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