All Star Trio - Love Nest / In Sweet September album FLAC
All Star Trio will be back at the Marlin Bar in HB for our Second Saturdays Celebration. The Marlin Bar has a great stage, pool tables and too many big screens to count. Great room for All Star Trio and our friends have been talking it up quite a bit, It isn't often we peel ourselves more than 5 miles from the ocean for a show so we hope our inland fans keep coming out in force. It's only a . hour gig which means we will likely just play two long sets. What are you waiting for?
Members: George Hamilton Green, Victor Arden, Wheeler Wadsworth. Variations: Viewing All All Star Trio. All Star Trio & Their Orchestra, All Star Trio and Their Orchestra, All Star Trio Assisted by Their Orchestra, All-Star Trio, The All Star Trio.
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The Pete Jolly Trio And Friends – Sweet September. Label: Äva Records – AS-39. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo.
More By Pete Jolly Trio and Friends. See All. Little Bird.
Showing albums featuring Sweet Love On My Mind. Train Kept A-Rollin'. Johnny Burnette Trio. 29 Nov 2008 · 21 tracks. The Very Best of Johnny Burnette Trio. 1 Dec 2012 · 20 tracks.
Performer: Paul Biese Trio Writer: Monaco; Brooks. Instrumental Trio; Saxophone, Banjo and Piano; Introducing: "Jean". Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated eliptical. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 79224 Catalog number: A2959. Other IDs from the record include: 79224.
Single by The Lettermen. from the album More Hit Sounds of The Lettermen. Sweet September" is a song written by McGuffie, Kasha, and Mills. It has been performed by such artists as Pete Jolly (for his 1962 album Pete Jolly Trio and Friends), Freda Payne (for her 1964 album After the Lights Go Down Low and Much More!!!), The Lettermen (for their 1966 album More Hit Sounds of The Lettermen), Howard Roberts (for his 1966 album Whatever's Fair!), Joe Pass (for his 1965 album. A Sign of the Times), and Sylvia Syms. The version by The Lettermen became a hit on Billboard's adult contemporary chart when released as a single in 1965
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