Okeh Syncopators - Nobody's Sweetheart / Why Did I Kiss That Girl? album
Title: Nobody's Sweetheart / Why Did I Kiss That Girl?
Date of release: 1924
Size MP3: 1974 mb
Size FLAC: 1783 mb
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Nobody's Sweetheart", also known as "Nobody's Sweetheart Now" and "You're Nobody's Sweetheart Now", is a popular song, written in 1924, with music by Billy Meyers and Elmer Schoebel, and lyrics by Gus Kahn and Ernie Erdman. The song is a jazz and pop standard. The song was introduced by Ted Lewis in the Broadway revue The Passing Show of 1923. The song was duly published in 1924 by Mills Music in New York by Jack Mills
America's Sweetheart is the debut studio album by American alternative rock musician Courtney Love, released worldwide on February 10, 2004 by Virgin Records. Her first official release after her former band Hole's break-up, the album's sound diverged significantly in musical and lyrical content to Hole's three previous studio albums: Pretty on the Inside (1991), Live Through This (1994) and Celebrity Skin (1998).
Nobody's Darling But Mine, Don't Waste Your Tears On Me (Shellac, 10", RE). Okeh. As well, as 'CBS' being printed above 'Okeh', on particular releases.
Okeh - American Okeh Syncopators. Nobody's Gonna Keep Me Away From My Gal (Tom Stacks vocal). Vocalion - American Harry Reser's Syncopators. Brunswick - American, British Six Jumping Jacks. When You Were The Girl On The Scooter (And I Was The Boy On The Bike).
Watch the video for Nobody's Sweetheart from McKenzie & Condon's Chicagoans's Stormy Weather - Original Film Soundtrack for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Stormy Weather - Original Film Soundtrack. King Oliver & His Dixie Syncopators. What Do I Care What Somebody Said. Mound City Blue Blowers.
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They're not all alike. Confusing, I know Oh, be a fine girl, kiss me. As Hurtzprung and Russell s. .
Armtsrong, Louis (Okeh 41478) Side A: You're Driving Me Crazy! (What Did I Do?) ; Side B: The Peanut Vendor. Note: Performed with his Sebastian New Cotton Club Orchestra. Bollin, Zuzu (Torch 6910) Side A: Why Don't You Eat Where You Slept Last Night ; Side B: Headlight Blues. Note: Harris note: 1952. Boots and his Buddies (Bluebird B-7187) Side A: The Raggle Taggle ; Side B: Blues of Avalon.
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