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Earl Hines And His Orchestra - You Can Depend On Me / Tantalizing A Cuban Album

Earl Hines And His Orchestra - You Can Depend On Me / Tantalizing A Cuban Album
Title:
You Can Depend On Me / Tantalizing A Cuban
Performer:
Earl Hines And His Orchestra
Style:
Instrumental, Big Band, Vocal
Released:
1940
Catalog:
B-10792
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1831 mb
FLAC album size:
1659 mb
Genre:
Label:
Bluebird

Tracklist


1Tantalizing A Cuban
Music By – Earl Hines
2You Can Depend On Me
Music By, Lyrics By – Carpenter, Hines, DunlapVocals [Uncredited] – Walter Fuller


Album


You Can Depend on Me - Earl Hines and His Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Tantalizing A Cuban - Earl Hines. Tantalizing a Cuban - Earl Hines and His Orchestra. You Can Depend on Me is a song written by Charles Carpenter, Louis Dunlap and Earl Fatha Hines and performed by several people, including Louis Armstrong 1931 and 1951, Count Basie 1939, Earl Hines himself 1940, Lester Young 1956, Nat King Cole 1957 and Brenda Lee 1961. Lee's You Can Depend on Me reached No. 6 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart in April 1961. In 1962 it was featured on Lee's album Brenda, That's All. Album 2006 6 Songs. You Don't Know What Love Is. You Can Depend On Me. Hines & his OrchestraPro Unlimited. 196 tracks196. P-line: 1940 Originally released 1940. Sorry, something went wrong. I'm afraid we have no current openings for caravaneers or guards, but I am in need of a runner. Alice McLafferty. You Can Depend on Me is a side quest in Fallout: New Vegas. Speak with Alice McLafferty at the Crimson Caravan Company to begin the quest. Deliver the invoice to Dr. He can be found in the Camp McCarran terminal building on the ground floor. The first time you talk to him, he may just initiate the quest There Stands the Grass. If you talk to him again, there will be a dialogue. Earl Hines December 28, 1903 April 22, 1983, was an American jazz pianist and bandleader. On December 28, 1928 his 25th birthday and six weeks before the Saint Valentine's Day massacre, the always-immaculate Hines opened at Chicago's Grand Terrace Cafe leading his own big band, the pinnacle of jazz ambition at the time. All America was dancing, Hines said, and for the next 12 years and through the worst of the Great Depression and Prohibition, Hines's band was the orchestra at the Grand Terrace. The Hines Orchestra or Organization, as read more. Performer: Earl Hines and his OrchestraWriter: Earl HinesFox at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. Tantalizing a cuban. Audio Preview. The recording on the other side of this disc: YOU CAN DEPEND ON ME. Technical Notes: Some static and crackling throughout