Blue Moon (3:14)

Jukebox Hits 1943-1953 封面




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  曲目   曲长 听众
Billy Eckstine - Everything I Have Is Yours 3:11 16,372
Dick Haymes - It Might As Well Be Spring 3:08 15,934
Steve Lawrence - Portrait of My Love 2:52 21,818
Dick Haymes - How Deep Is The Ocean 3:24 4,306
June Christy - Love Doesn't Live Here Anymore 3:07 8,531
Dinah Shore - Skylark 3:21 3,489





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  • bicknor

    Great voice, deep and dark brown and soulful.

    2012年 7月 2日 回复
  • bicknor

    Great version, and I love his deep and dark brown voice and the feelings he invokes..........

    2012年 7月 2日 回复
  • Lene1054

    wow could make ya cry....

    2012年 5月 27日 回复
  • Christien67

    this is full of soul and love ...the way he sings he sings forever

    2012年 3月 2日 回复
  • luckylollyme

    Oh, my!!!

    2011年 10月 11日 回复
  • sruby

    Yep, I like it!

    2011年 3月 12日 回复
  • Earth_1940-1960

    After a few years of touring with road-hardened be-boppers, Eckstine became a solo performer in 1947, and seamlessly made the transition to string-filled balladry. He recorded more than a dozen hits during the late '40s, including "My Foolish Heart" and "I Apologize." He was one of the first artists to sign with the newly-established MGM Records, and had immediate hits with revivals of "Everything I Have Is Yours" (1947), Richard Rodgers’ and Lorenz Hart’s "Blue Moon" (1948), and Juan Tizol’s "Caravan" (1949). He won Esquire magazine's New Star Award in 1946; the Down Beat magazine Readers Polls from 1948 to 1952; and the Metronome magazine award as "Top Male Vocalist" from 1949 to 1954. His 1950 appearance at the Paramount Theatre in New York City drew a larger audience than Frank Sinatra at his legendary Paramount performance.

    2010年 12月 24日 回复
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    2009年 3月 6日 回复
  • Retro_Saiyan

    Great song!

    2008年 7月 24日 回复