The Mulcays - Bye Bye Blues / Dream FLAC album
The original 1983 12-track ‘live’ album now gets bigger, better and doubles in value with nine bonus cuts (6 culled from a separate later compilation release and 3 previously unreleased tracks) now all featured on a second bonus CD set. All the tracks on CD1 and the 3 previously unreleased tracks on CD 2 were recorded ‘live’ at The Blues Band’s ‘last gig’ at The Venue.
Текст песни: I got a big surprise when I saw you smile I never dreamed that it could be But now I realize since I saw you smile There’s only happiness for m. .
Originally Blue Skies was in 4 flats and Bye Bye Blues in 2 flats so the transpositional change to 2 flats and key of C only changed the range by a note. It is arranged for a Phila. type string band, saxophones, accordians, banjos, bass fiddle.
The Mulcays (1023) Bye Bye Blues, Dream 1954.
The Mulcays - Bye Bye Blues, Dream MP3 version. Bye Bye Blues, Dream (7", Single). Quality Records Limited.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Bye Bye Blues/Time to Dream" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Bye Bye Blues/Time to Dream Album. Missing lyrics by Les Paul?
Nevertheless, Bye Bye Blues is a pleasant album, ideal for background cocktail music, which is all that Kaempfert fans old or young will want anyway. Ironically, the seven bonus tracks that were added to the end of the album on Taragon's 1999 reissue had a more distinctive sound than anything on the record itself, ranging from sharper swing to choral-laden, syrupy ballads.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Bye Bye Blues (1965) by Bert Kaempfert & His Orchestra. BPM Profile Bye Bye Blues. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bert Kaempfert & His Orchestra. Orange Colored Sky. 2011.
Bye Bye Blues is a 1989 Canadian film. It was written and directed by Anne Wheeler and produced by Alberta Motion Picture Development Corporation with the assistance of Allarcom Limited. During World War II, Daisy Cooper (Rebecca Jenkins) returns home to her small Alberta town after she and her soldier husband, Teddy (Michael Ontkean), are split by the Japanese invasion of Hong Kong.
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|K1305||The Mulcays||Bye Bye Blues / Dream (7", Single)||Quality Records Limited||K1305||Canada||1954|
|1023||The Mulcays||Bye Bye Blues / Dream (7", Single, Promo)||Cardinal||1023||US||1954|