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Jan & Kjeld - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling / Yes Sir, That's My Baby Album

Jan & Kjeld - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling / Yes Sir, That's My Baby Album
Title:
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling / Yes Sir, That's My Baby
Performer:
Jan & Kjeld
Released:
1960
Catalog:
K346X
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1223 mb
FLAC album size:
1513 mb
Genre:
Label:
Kapp Records

Tracklist


1Yes Sir, That's My Baby 2:23
2When Irish Eyes Are Smiling2:44


Album


Yes Sir That's My Baby. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. Yessir, That's My Baby is a 1978 album by Oscar Peterson and Count Basie. Blues for Roy Count Basie, Oscar Peterson - 6:00. Teach Me Tonight Sammy Cahn, Gene de Paul - 3:57. Joe Turner Basie, Peterson - 8:58. Blues for C. Basie, Peterson - 2:53. Yes Sir, That's My Baby Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn - 5:35. Tea for Two Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans - 5:49. After You've Gone Henry Creamer, Turner Layton - 5:09. Poor Butterfly John Golden, Raymond Hubbell - 5:16. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling album. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling is a Decca Records album by Bing Crosby of songs with an Irish theme. It was issued as a 10 LP as catalog 5403. Some of the songs had earlier been issued as a 3-disc 45rpm set 9-89. A later 12 LP version with the same title was issued in 1956 as DL8262 with a different selection of songs. Yes sir, that's my baby, When irish eyes are smiling from Jan And Kjeld 7''. And other albums from Jan And Kjeld are available on sale at Recordsale. More music by Jan And Kjeld. Ting-a-ling my banjo sings, Penny melodyJan And Kjeld. The dancing sound of Richard Wolfe, Banjo boyJan And Kjeld. Medley: When You're Smiling, California, Here I Come, Ma She's Making Eyes at Me, Yes Sir, That's My Baby, I'm Looking over a Four Leaf Clover - John McSweeney. Top Songs By Jan & Kjeld. Banjo Boy. Jan & Kjeld. Hello, Mary Lou. Ginny Oh Ginny. Words and music: Chauncey Olcott, George Graff, Ernest Ball, This song was written in 1912, and has been since then a standard tribute to . Jan And Kjeld