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In Love In Vain - Paul Weston And His Music From Hollywood - The Columbia Album Of Jerome Kern, Vol.

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  1. Paul Weston, Paul Weston And His Orchestra - Jerome Kern, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 / Paul Weston And His Orchestra (, Harmony Records) [2 VINYL LP SET] - country.flameworkeranayathrisflameblade.infoinfo Music.
  2. And this hard-won simplicity is, I think, the keynote of Jerome Kern's style. His melodies are as smooth, rounded, streamlined, simplified and undecorated as a cigar. The price of the cigar may vary as the quality of his inspiration may change, but his inferior work has the same cigar-like perfection as his best. .
  3. CL - The Columbia Album of Jerome Kern [Vol. 2]: Jerome Kern in Hollywood - Paul Weston & His Orchestra [] Mono version, CL, released only in a 2-LP set along with CL as C2L "Vol. 2" does not appear on the label, but was included when the record was later issued in stereo in October, , on Columbia CS
  4. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Paul Weston And His Music From Hollywood - The Columbia Album Of Jerome Kern at Discogs. Complete your Paul Weston And His Music From Hollywood collection/5(5).
  5. A list of lyrics, artists and songs that contain the term "Up a Tree" - from the country.flameworkeranayathrisflameblade.infoinfo website.
  6. The Columbia album of Jerome Kern. [Jerome Kern; Paul Weston] Paul Weston and his Music from Hollywood. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Just let me look at you -- Lovely to look at -- In love in vain -- I dream too much -- Long ago and far away -- The folks who live on the hill -- All through the day -- The way you look tonight.
  7. Paul Weston And His Music From Hollywood ‎– The Columbia Album Of Jerome Kern Label: Columbia ‎– C2L 2, Columbia ‎– CL , Columbia ‎– CL /5(5).
  8. Biography Youth. Whiting was born in Detroit, but her family moved to Los Angeles in , when she was five years old. Her father, Richard, was a composer of popular songs, including the classics "Hooray for Hollywood", "Ain't We Got Fun?", and "On the Good Ship Lollipop". Her sister, Barbara Whiting, was an actress (Junior Miss, Beware, My Lovely) and singer.

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