Bob's Little Parlour

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  1. Nancy Hart

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    @Robert Teale: Because of your thread, I now know of a song that is nowhere to be found on the internet, as far as I can tell. :eek: :confused:

    "Do I Hear a Waltz" by Jo Stafford. I loved her version when it came out. Still have the album.

    This is the best I could come up with. :( Her voice is not as smooth as Stafford's. Reminds me a bit of Ethel Merman. lol

     
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  2. Robert Teale

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    Hi Nancy. I too had that LP by Jo Stafford, but it got so badly damaged it could no longer be played, so I made a bowl out of it, and it now sits on a shelf in a friends lounge.
    I also have the same song on another LP by Eydie Gorme, a superb version also.

    This is ain't bad either.....:)


     
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  3. Shirley Martin

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    It says it is unavailable in my country.
     
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    What a pity, Shirley, perhaps this one is........:)


     
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    What a coincidence. If I had a record player, I'd record it and put it on YouTube. It might make 5 people in the world happy to find it. :D
     
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  7. Robert Teale

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    So funny.....:D



     
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    Hmmmm.......Maybe....:)


     
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  9. Robert Teale

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    Absolutely brilliant Babs....:D


     
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    A classic......:D



     
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    My first introduction to Rosemary Clooney was on my mom's 78 record I'd play over & over. Perfect kid song.

     
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    Go to YouTube, type 'Eddie Cantor makin' whoopee, and click on the first website at the top of the page.

    You'll see Eddie Cantor rolling his "banjo eyes" in this great old song from 90 years ago!

    (A salary of $5000 was not bad in a 1929...)

    Hal
     
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  13. Robert Teale

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    Frustratingly funny.....:D


     
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  14. Robert Teale

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    Have you ever wondered what goes on beneath your feet in our cities?
    Well, Ian Wallace, better known for his base-baritone opera singing gives us a rather intriguing explanation of what those men that work in our sewers find..........'Down Below'........:D



     
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  15. Robert Teale

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    More magic from the fingers of Mr Cortazar.....



     
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