Dennis Day - Indiana Moon / The Laundromat Song album FLAC
Dennis Day - Indiana Moon.
Dennis Day (May 21, 1916 – June 22, 1988) born Owen Patrick Eugene McNulty, was an American singer and radio, television and film personality of Irish descent. 1. Dear Hearts and Gentle People. St. Patrick's Day Parade. 13. When I Grow Too Old to Dream. 20. Goodnight, Irene.
TITLE Indiana Moon, The Laundromat Song. Condition Used - Very Good.
Dennis & Angelina Girard - Fifth Day. album: The Divine Mercy Chaplet in Song. Dennis Ruff - Day Dream of an Anti-Hero. album: Works for Two Pianos. Dennis Lotis - On the Warm Day. album: We're Listening Dennis Lotis, Vol. Dennis Doyle - Eirigh Suas a Stoirin. album: Christmas with Dennis Day. Buell Neidlinger, Dennis Charles, Steve Lacy, Winton Kelly - Day Dream. album: Total Jazz - 100 Essential Songs. album: Irish Legend Essentials.
Songs from Serenade by Dennis Day, Freddy Martin & The Martin Men. Free download and listen Serenade. Dennis Day - California Moon 02:44. Dennis Day - My Wild Irish Rose 03:07. Dennis Day, The Ray Charles Singers - A Shawl of Galway Grey 03:05. Dennis Day, Freddy Martin & The Martin Men - Come to the Parlor 03:31. Dennis Day, The Mitchell Boy Choir - We Three Kings of Orient Are 03:23. Dennis Day - When Hearts Are Young 02:23. Dennis Day - When I Grow Too Old to Dream 03:05. Dennis Day, The Ray Charles Singers - Mona Lisa 03:16. Dennis Day - Siren of the Sea 02:40. Dennis Day - Saint Cecelia 03:13. Dennis Day - Goodnight, Irene 02:33.
Deluxe version bonus tracks. 16. Man on the Moon (The Anthem) 17. . f 18. Is There Any Love? United Kingdom Bonus Track. Day 'n' Nite (Crookers Remix). Deluxe Version Album Cover Artwork: More on Genius. About Man on the Moon: The End of Day . Man On The Moon: The End Of Day is the first studio album from Kid Cudi, it was released on September 14th 2009. Man on the Moon: The End of Day " Track Info. Release Date September 14, 2009. Man on the Moon: The End of Day Kid Cudi.
Management - bensocialmgmt. com but you changed the way you feel about me now. Don’t kid yourself, you’re not the one. Even as I write this song, I have already moved on. Song and Video made on my phone just cos. 89. 24.
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Written-By – Arthur Freed, Oliver G. Wallace*
|B||The Laundromat Song
Written-By – Charley Kisco*, Harry Tobias, Pinky Tomlin
- Published By – Kenmore Music
- Record Company – RCA Victor Division Of Radio Corporation Of America
- Accompanied By – The Three Bears And A Peep (tracks: B)
- Conductor – Charles Dant* (tracks: A), Henri René (tracks: B)
NotesRecorded in 1949.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): D9V8-781
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): EOVB-3207