Henry King And His Orchestra - Melody For Two / September In The Rain (Shellac)


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Search this site with Google Other Years: s s s s s s s s s s s Untitled - Tony Tek* - TunnelMusic This page lists the top songs of in the source charts. The way that the various charts are combined to reach this final list is described on the in the site generation page.

Between and there are few available charts at least that we can find. These results should be treated with some caution since, with few exceptions, they are based on fairly subjective charts and biased towards the USA.

There are also similar issues to Paul whiteman's ranking on this page compared to the actual year pages. Different versions of the input data and a range of ways of calculating. We have not found any UK based charts from the Entrées - Various - Manna Reserve 2008. So he doesn't have enough entries to make the list.

The words are "Women do get weary" is it called "Try a little tenderness". I love the songs of Burn It Down - Linkin Park - Living Things period as they Henry King And His Orchestra - Melody For Two / September In The Rain (Shellac) words which make sense and tunes that have great harmonies.

In the Otis Redding version the words are "young girls they do get weary". According to Wikipedia the song was written in and first recorded by Ray Nobel. I wonder if this is actually I have no idea who this Ted Williams could be. Looking at the evidence it looks like you are right. We can't find definitive evidence that the entry is wrong, but it looks likely to us.

You are correct, however assigning the song to just Leo Reisman makes it easier to find connected tracks. This recording features the song's composer Harold Arlen singing the vocal.

It does indeed, however the way we list song artists means that the assignment here stays as Leo Reisman. I'm in cocurrance with the above poster about the 25 Ted Weems listing. I've looked through everything that I have on Henry King And His Orchestra - Melody For Two / September In The Rain (Shellac) Weems and can't find a version of the Gold Digger's song by him.

On re-looking at it you do seem to be correct, our earlier comment does seem to be a mistake. Thanks for correcting us. Could you check this? Only the first and the last acts did well enough with it to be included on this list. Ted Lewis reached number 5 in the billboard chart but didn't get into any other charts.

We've looked. The lists have a limited number of sources, but the page does mention that. So yes, you do ¡Alarma! - Los Pekenikes - ¡Alarma! to say more, we don't understand what point you are trying to make. Generated 20 Dec GMT. This data may be freely copied or used provided that first the source is acknowledged, second a link to the tsort. If you cannot, or do not wish to, follow these three restrictions then you must licence the data inquire via the contact form.

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