The Three Suns - Twilight Time album FLAC
Album · 1959 · 22 Songs. Twilight Time The Three Suns. Listen on Apple Music.
Watch the video for Twilight Time from The Three Suns's Twilight Memories for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Brothers Al and Morty grew up in Brooklyn, where they joined with their cousin, Artie Dunn, as a trio, Al switching from violin to guitar to pick up more gigs. After a year or two working around New York City, they got their first serious show at the Adelphia Hotel in Philadelphia in 1939 and then moved on the Circus lounge of the Hotel Picadilly in New York in 1940, where a two-week engagement turned into a seven-year stay.
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Twilight Time by The Three Suns. com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. com's standard return policy will apply. A newer stereo version under this name (LSP 2120) has a different playlist than what's here. Finally, MAJESTIC had a 1951 78 rpm set called TWILIGHT TIME. The song was written by this trio, plus Buck Ram, later manager of and composer for the Platters.
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Twilight Time (Nevins-Tepper-Dunn) by The Three Suns. Though it was the Suns' similar-sounding 1947 re-make for RCA Victor that was most commonly heard through the decades, this first version of their famous theme, issued on Eli Oberstein's HIT label, is how it sounded during its initial run in 1944-45. The flipside "How Many Hearts Have You Broken" was also quite popular in its time and is included in the collection.
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|A14||The Three Suns||Twilight Time (LP, Album)||Rondo-Lette||A14||USA & Canada||1958|
|A14||The Three Suns||Twilight Time (LP, Album)||Rondo-Lette||A14||US||1960|
|PC-3037||The Three Suns||Twilight Time (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Pickwick/33 Records||PC-3037||US||1966|
|SPC-3037||The Three Suns||Twilight Time (LP, Album, RE)||Pickwick/33 Records||SPC-3037||US||1966|
|P8-110||The Three Suns||Twilight Time (8-Trk, Album)||Pickwick||P8-110||US||Unknown|
|4814||The Three Suns||Twilight Time (LP, Album)||Galaxy Series||4814||US||Unknown|