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On The Sunny Side Of The Street - Various - Lounge Night Club (CD)

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  1. "On the Sunny Side Of The Street" was written in with lyrics by Dorothy Fields, and was introduced in Lew Leslie's International Revue; its first public performance was at the Majestic Theater, New York City on February 25 that year wherein it was performed by Harry Richman, and though the show was a relative flop, closing after
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sunny Side Of The Street on Discogs.3/5(2).
  3. Feb 04,  · Relaxing Night JAZZ - Lounge Bar JAZZ for Great Evening - Chill Out Music Lounge Music watching Live now On the sunny side of the street - Gunhild Carling Live - feat Idun - .
  4. John Iveson: Sunny Side Of The Street Bc: Trombone: Instrumental Album Brass Wind Publications A selection of numbers from the 's to the 's providing plenty of stylistic variety for the soloist (including some ad-libbing!) with sympathetic and highly-playable Piano accompaniments.
  5. On the Sunny Side of the Street" (Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields) - "The Eternal Triangle" (Stitt) - "After Hours" (Avery Parrish) - "I Know That You Know" (Vincent Youmans, Anne Caldwell) - ; Personnel. Dizzy Gillespie - trumpet, vocal (track 1) Sonny Stitt - tenor saxophone; Sonny Rollins - tenor saxophone; Ray Bryant - pianoGenre: Jazz, bebop, hard bop.
  6. Watch the video for On the Sunny Side of the Street from Frank Sinatra's The Capitol Years for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. Harry Richman performed this song in the premiere of the musical International Revue in the Majestic Theatre of New York on 25 February The work, produced and directed by Lew Leslie, was a complete failure (it was performed just ninety five times), but two of the acts, ‘On the Sunny Side of the Street’ and ‘Exactly like you’, became a big success immediately.
  8. On the Sunny Side of the Street Lyrics: Grab your coat and get your hat / Leave your worry on the doorstep / Just direct your feet / To the sunny side of the street / Can't you hear a pitter-pat?
  9. On the sunny side of the street I used to walk in the shade With those blues on parade But I'm not afraid Because this rover crossed over And if I never had a cent I'd be rich as Rockefeller With gold dust at my feet On the sunny side of the street I used to walk in the shade With those blues on parade But I'm not afraid Because this rover.

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