For Sentimental Reasons - Ames Brothers* with Bill Finegan And His Orchestra - Sweet Seventeen (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ For Sentimental Reasons - Ames Brothers* with Bill Finegan And His Orchestra - Sweet Seventeen (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Goltit says:
    His composition Ko Ko was built on the traditional bar blues form; but the melody of Ko Ko evoked Middle Eastern flavorings, a far cry from traditional Mississippi Delta blues songs. His cross section voicing of altered 9th, 11th, and 13th chords effectively supported the exotic nature of the melody and brought more tension to the music.
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  3. Doulrajas says:
    The AMES BROTHERS w ith Bill Finegan & His Orchestra - Sweet Seventeen - I Just Don't Know Why (I Just Do) / Don't Get Around Much Anymore / Por Favor / For Sentimental Reasons (I Love You) EP RCA VICTOR EPA (US) Melodie d'Amour / Fascination / Sayonara / Around The World: EP RCA EPA (F).
  4. Melmaran says:
    Gonna take a sentimental journey Gonna set my heart at ease Gonna make a sentimental journey To renew old memories Got my bag, got my reservation Spent each dime I could afford Like a child in wild anticipation Long to hear that "All aboard" Seven, that's the time we leave, at seven I'll be waitin' up for heaven Countin' every mile of railroad track That takes me back Never thought my heart.
  5. Grolkis says:
    The Ames Brothers w Bill Finegan & His Orchestra - Sweet Seventeen LP MINT. $ Genre: Pop. $ shipping. Artist: Sweet. Watch. The Ames Brothers With Sid Ramin's Orchestra - Destination Moon LP MINT. $ Genre: Pop. $ shipping. Duration: LP Pseudo Echo love an adventure vinyl record album RCA R SEALED. $
  6. Akinozshura says:
    Ames Brothers: Together. The four Massachusetts-born Ames Brothers were the first group to be featured on new Decca subsidiary Coral Records in the late s, scoring their first smash hit with "Sentimental Me"/"Rag Mop" in
  7. Shaktizragore says:
    Sweet sentimental and nostalgic. Wrote songs to inspire compassion for slaves. Performed in blackface. High and low culture came together because they talked about low culture and sang about it in high culture. Stephen Foster: first American to make a living from being a songwriter but made little profit.

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