Ada Jones - By The Light Of The Silvery Moon album FLAC
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Ada Jones sings By the Light of the Silvery Moon 1912, Edison Amberola V Phonograph. Ada Jones - By The Light Of The Silvery Moon (recorded 1910). Top Songs By Ada Jones. 1. Shine Om, Harvest Moon. Ada Jones And Billy Murray. 227. 2. Shine On, Harvest Moon. 174. 3. 18. 4. The Yama Yama Man. Ada Jones.
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Ada Jones on Edison cylinder 10362 released May 1910 Fats Waller and His Rhythm, vocal and piano by Fats Waller with the Deep River Boys. Gordon MacRae and June Hutton – included in their album By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953). Jackie Wilson, Recorded in New York City on July 12, 1957. B-side to Reet Petite, a single released by Brunswick Records (1957). An earlier Fleischer cartoon "By the Light of the Silvery Moon" (1926) was released in the Phonofilm sound-on-film process, as part of the Song Car-Tunes series. In a 1952 episode of I Love Lucy, "Lucy's Show Biz Swan Song", the song was sung by Lucy Ricardo and Ethel Mertz (Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance), while the characters were auditioning for Ricky's "Gay Nineties Revue".
Collectables violates chronological sequencing by pairing Doris Day's 1951 album On Moonlight Bay with her 1953 collection By the Light of the Silvery Moon on this two-fer CD reissue and thus skipping over I'll See You in My Dreams. But the reason is obvious.
By the Light of the Moon is the fourth album by the Mexican American rock group Los Lobos. David Hidalgo – lead vocals, guitars, accordion, six-string bass, lap steel, violin, hidalguera, percussion. Cesar Rosas – lead vocals, guitars, bajo sexto, mandolin, vihuela. Conrad Lozano – Fender electric bass, acoustic bass, guitarrón, vocals. Louie Pérez – drums, guitars, tenor longneck plecktrum, hidalguera.
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- Composed By – Gus Edwards
NotesFrom "Ziegfeld Follies of 1909". Take 1.
Originally released on Edison Amberol Record 421 in May, 1910.
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