Shore EP is now available: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/shoreep Spotify: http://smarturl.it/shoreep.s So if you haven't already figured it out, Hanbyul has the kinda voice that takes you to another time but boy am I glad he exists in this era and that I was able to get together and make a video with him. Please check out his channel/patreon and support some amazing, amazing talent! http://www.patreon.com/HanbyulKang http://www.youtube.com/hsbyl If you wanna stay updated with me, feel free :) : FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/danielaandrade TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/danielasings TUMBLR: http://www.danielatumbls.tumblr.com STORE: http://www.danielasings.com VLOG CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/danielavlogss All my love (and then some), - D
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New album Classics out December 2. Pre-order now at: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/classics_itunes Amazon: http://smarturl.it/classics_amazon She & Him Store: http://smarturl.it/sheandhimstore Google Play: http://smarturl.it/classics_googleplay Follow on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/classics_spotify Music video by She & Him performing Stars Fell On Alabama. (C) 2014 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment
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Billie Holiday Stars Fell On Alabama from Songs for Distingue Lovers Personnel: Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Harry "Sweets" Edison (trumpet); Jimmie Rowles (piano); Barney Kessel (guitar); Red Mitchell (bass); Larry Bunker, Alvin Stoller (drums)
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Cannonball Adderley Quartet - Stars Fell on Alabama (1959) Personnel: Cannonball Adderley (alto sax), Wynton Kelly (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums) from the album 'CANNONBALL ADDERLEY QUINTET IN CHICAGO' (Mercury Records)
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STARS FELL ON ALABAMA del nuevo disco JOAN CHAMORRO PRESENTA RITA PAYES ( cuarto de la serie Joan Chamorro presenta ...) http://jazztojazz.com/es/ RITA PAYES ( voz y trombon ) JOAN CHAMORRO QUINTET & SCOTT HAMILTON ( saxo tenor ) JOAN CHAMORRO ( contrabajo ) ANDREA MOTIS ( trompeta ) IGNASI TERRAZA ( piano ) JOSEP TRAVER ( guitarras ) ESTEVE PI ( bateria ) GRABACION ( DAVID CASAMITJANA ) MASTERIZACION ( DAVID CASAMITJANA ) VIDEO ( RAMON TORT DIVINO CONCEPTO ) PRODUCCION MUSICAL JAZZ TO JAZZ JOAN CHAMORRO
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I started playing music with Matt Ward in 2006 when we recorded the first She & Him record. Since then I have been so lucky to collaborate with him on 4 She & Him records, play many many many live shows, and sing with him on his solo M. Ward records. He's an amazing friend, collaborator, and musician- one of the most talented people I know! Here he is with me, playing an old favorite, "Stars Fell On Alabama" on a guitar upside down and backwards. Need I say more? Stars fell on Alabama was written by Frank Perkins and Mitchell Parish in 1934 and has been recorded by over 100 artists.
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Arranged by Nelson Riddle
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Get the track here: http://amzn.to/obvraG Tara Nevins's adaptation of the classic song, as featured on her 2011 Sugar Hill Records release "Wood And Stone" The music video for "Stars Fell on Alabama" was created by Director/Editor Jim Torres, Assistant Director Keith Sims, and Cinematographer Daniel Beard in July of 2011 in Huntsville, Alabama where Tara Nevins once lived. Visit http://www.TaraNevins.com for more information about the album, a gallery of images, videos, music, and lyrics.
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Jack Teagarden (Weldon Leo Teagarden, Vernon, de Texas - 29 de agosto de 1905 - Nueva Orleans, 15 de enero de 1964) fue un músico estadounidense de jazz tradicional y swing, trombonista, cantante y director de big band. Destacado trombonista, y excelente cantante de la era del swing, Jack Teagarden, tuvo la fortuna de nacer en el seno de una familia de origen alemán que eran grandes amantes de la música; su padre fue cornetista aficionado, y la madre una pianista destacada. Pronto comenzó a estudiar el trombón, instrumento que dominaba casi a la perfección a los diez años. more: http://dontknocktherockandroll.blogspot.com/search/label/Jack%20Teagarden
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An old Sinatra classic with Shea on the guitar and Benedict on the viola! (in the style of Daniela Andrade and Hanbyul Kang) Check out Shea's channel too for more good music and even greater talent: https://www.youtube.com/user/Sheamisen Download the mp3 audio here! https://soundcloud.com/jana-ann-neo/stars-fell-on-alabamafrank-sinatra-cover-jana-ann-the-merrymen Stay updated with me: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/janaannmusic SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/jana-ann-neo/t... INSTAGRAM: @janaannnn ASK ME SOMETHING/SONG SUGGESTIONS: http://ask.fm/jananeo BLOG: lillacism.wordpress.com Love, Jana :-)
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Ms. Patti Page again sings a beautiful ballad with "Stars Fell On Alabama". This oft recorded song's lyrical content is high in other-worldly romance, eluding to fantasy and tender intimacy. Patti's interpretation and mellow velvet voice captures every nuance of the song's meaning.
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Moonlight and magnolias, starlight in your hair All the world a dream come true Did it really happen, was I really there Was I really there with you We lived our little drama, we kissed in a field of white And stars fell on Alabama that night I can't forget the glamour, your eyes held a tender light And stars fell on Alabama last night Chorus: I never planned in my imagination, a situation so heavenly A fairy land that no one else could enter And in the center, just you and me, dear My heart beat like a hammer, my arms wound around you tight And stars fell on Alabama last night --Spoken: "Alright, let's take it on down from Muscle Shoals through Decatur" "Mmmm, Birmingham, ooh Montgomery" "Right up over Spanish Fort into Mobile, my hometown" "Mister T..." (harmonica solo) Chorus: I never planned in my imagination, a situation so heavenly A fairy land that no one else could enter And in the center, just you and me, dear My heart beat like a hammer, my arms wound around you tight Ah, stars fell on Alabama last night --Spoken: "One more time boys..." Yes, we lived our little drama We kissed on the dunes so white And stars fell on Alabama Last night
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Download Cameron Wallis' Calling Dexter: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/cameron-wallis/id259073529 For more great images and music, please visit: http://www.randycolephoto.com https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/jazz-lullabies-feat.-marie/id511548368 "Stars Fell on Alabama" Comp. Frank Perkins Cameron Wallis - Alto Saxophone Al McLean - C Melody Saxophone Geoff Lapp - Piano Morgan Moore - Bass Richard Irwin Drums Recorded at Bar du Diable à 4, Point St. Charles Quebec, January 23, 2010 In this gorgeous ballad, Cameron Wallis leads the band through a compelling rendition of 'Stars Fell On Alabama'. Wallis' growling, soulful tone on the alto sax evocative of swing era greats like Johnny Hodges, and Benny Carter, but of course is up to date in the modern Jazz lexicon. Laid back, sensitive and thoroughly entertaining, Wallis flexes his creative muscles here, delivering a tune that is both surprisingly fresh, but still lushly connected to the past. This is the first part of a two song Medley, the second half, Strayhorn's 'Isfahan', featuring McLean on C melody (please click through). About the concert... If you were lucky to find yourself at this installment of "Jazz in the Point" - a fabulous grassroots concert series in one of Montreal's less 'urbane' neighborhoods - you probably also found yourself screaming, and kicking your neighbor under the table. Not out of anger, but from the pure joy and electric thrill of a high octane barn burner. Five of Montreal's most talented musicians let loose on this project; a full-on, straight ahead romp through some loose roadhouse, jazz-shack shaking, dust-cloud raising tunes. A cutting contest so to speak, but with a rare good-natured, communal glow emanating from the stage. Indeed, by the last tune, the audience was invited up with horns (or just their mouthpieces) to join in the fray, eventually McLean and Wallis removing themselves to survey their good work from the bar with broad smiles and beer in hand. I have only seen one other show like the Châteauguay Tenors, and that was in New Orleans at Vaughans Lounge. Kermit Ruffins was playing, and I was awestruck by the heady ambiance, the players connection to the crowd... their immersion in the crowd. Indeed, at Vaughans, the players mingle with the dancers, pumping out Dixieland inspired second-line riffs and roars with no amplification other than lung power. The Châteauguay Tenors assume a more crisp, big city demeanor, coming at you like a gleaming steamroller. Oh yes, there was dancing too at Le Diable, taboos of etiquette went under the steamroller. Directed by Randy Cole
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Amazon: http://found.ee/LizzWright_GraceAmazon-j iTunes: http://found.ee/LizzWright_GraceiTunes-j Lizz's Store: http://found.ee/LizzWright_GraceShop-j ACCLAIMED VOCALIST & SONGWRITER LIZZ WRIGHT RECORDS GRACE, HER LATEST STUDIO ALBUM PRODUCED BY AMERICANA ICON JOE HENRY. Lauded American singer Lizz Wright’s latest project, Grace, reveals the web of deep-running roots of story and song that bind together the vastly diverse traditions that are the soul of the American South. Wright summons her Southern heritage and the spirit of the earth to usher us into a nurturing space that pulses and hums with the unspoken suggestion that grace is a cornerstone of our original state of being. Produced by acclaimed singer and songwriter Joe Henry, Grace is a stark reflection of Wright’s sense of place and belonging that’s deeply woven into the cultural fabric of America. Grace is set for release on Concord Records on Friday, September 15, 2017.
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Happy Friday! Here's "Stars Fell on Alabama" - it only felt right to film it outside at 2am! We couldn’t make it down south so we shot it here in Manhattan ; ) Hope you enjoy! Special thanks to Lauren Desberg and Melanie Charles 💋 Our "Blue Christmas" EP is here- have you got a copy yet? Download it HERE: Bandcamp: https://theladybugs.bandcamp.com/ Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2josNS9 iTunes: http://apple.co/2zDxePq CdBaby: http://bit.ly/2hzM9Dl Featuring: Martina DaSilva, voice/ ukulele Vanessa Perea, voice Follow us! WEBSITE: http://www.theladybugsband.com/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ladybugsjazzband/ INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/ladybugsjazzband/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/theladybugsband ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-ladybugs/id1043806420 YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-nbsCXENW2PZL-uH7S49KA SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/album/7dBFznK7Y3KGpvAJ2iqBwc The Ladybugs' music features the dreamy, dulcet tones of voices and trombones. Lead by Martina DaSilva, their unique instrumentation of two lead singers (both doubling in percussion & ukulele), two trombone players, guitar, and bass allows for a lush sound that uplifts and attracts all audiences. The Ladybugs’ repertoire includes favorites from the 1920s, ‘30s, and ‘40s, infused with country, blues, latin, and classical music. The band has received high praise for recent performances at the Kennedy Center, Jazz At Lincoln Center, the NY Hot Jazz Festival, the NYC Winter Jazzfest, and the Catskill Jazz Factory. With an uplifting sound that attracts all audiences, The Ladybugs effortlessly keep listeners smiling and moving. In September 2015, The Ladybugs released their debut self- titled album to rave reviews. Some of our favorite artists that play this tune: Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Johnny Smith, Frank Sinatra, Jack Teagarden, Vera Lynn, Benny Goodman, Patti Page, Dean Martin, Doris Day, Harry Connick Jr. , Gunhild Carling, Alberta Hunter, M. Ward, Cannonball Adderley,
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One of my favorite jazz ballad saxophone renditions. A great freely played Stars Fell On Alabama by Cannonball Adderley. You can find the pdf of this transcription here: https://edge-effect.media/transcriptions SUBSCRIBE for more transcriptions!
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Dame Vera Lynn, DBE (born Vera Margaret Welch on 20 March 1917) is an English singer and actress whose musical recordings and performances were enormously popular during World War II. During the war she toured Egypt, India and Burma, giving outdoor concerts for the troops. She was called "The Forces' Sweetheart"; the songs most associated with her are "We'll Meet Again" and "The White Cliffs of Dover". She remained popular after the war, appearing on radio and television in the UK and the United States and recording such hits as "Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart" and "My Son, My Son". In 2009 she became the oldest living artist to make it to No. 1 on the British album chart, at the age of 92. She has devoted much time and energy to charity work connected with ex-servicemen, disabled children and breast cancer. She is still held in great affection by veterans of the Second World War and in 2000 was named the Briton who best exemplified the spirit of the twentieth century.
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The classic jazz standard Stars Fell on Alabama as interpreted by the Brooklyn-based swing group Love, Charley. Featuring vocals and ukulele by Martina DaSilva, Love, Charley is an engaging and upbeat live band. You can find out about the band by visiting the website www.lovecharleynyc.com Booking inquiries: 917-974-7761
Views: 25080 Alex Levin
Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - Stars Fell On Alabama (1956) - The Overjazz Channel aims to offer only the best recordings from the begining era of modern music. Re-discover genius compositions from the parents of todays music like Miles Davis, Billie Holiday or John Coltrane. Subscribe to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! The Overjazz Channel on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/overjazzrecords on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OverjazzRecords on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/OverjazzRecords on the web: http://www.overjazz.com
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From Wikipedia (Partial): "Charlie Hunter (born May 23, 1967) is an American guitarist, composer and bandleader. First coming to prominence in the early 1990s, Hunter has recorded 17 albums. Hunter plays custom-made seven and eight-string guitars, on which he simultaneously plays basslines, rhythm guitar, and solos. Critic Sean Westergaard describes Hunter's guitar technique as "mind-boggling ... he's an agile improviser with an ear for great tone, and always has excellent players alongside him in order to make great music, not to show off." Since the debut of his self-titled Charlie Hunter Trio (which included Dave Ellis on sax and Jay Lane on drums) in 1993, Charlie Hunter has recorded seventeen albums. He co-founded Garage A Trois, a jazz fusion band with Stanton Moore and Skerik. He has collaborated with Bobby Previte for an ongoing project entitled "Groundtruther." He also recorded and toured for Bobby Previte's The Coalition of the Willing in 2006. He appears on acclaimed jazz bassist Christian McBride's Live At Tonic. On both The Coalition of the Willing and Live at Tonic he plays 6-string guitars. His earliest known released recording without unusual guitars is as a guest bassist for the band Sweet Potato from California's East Bay. The song "Crankshaft" can be found on the Ubiquity Records compilation Mo Cookin from 1994 and the song "Monkey Wrench" can be found on the Ubiquity Records compilation Still Cookin from 1995. He also played guitar on the track "Me and Chuck" from the Les Claypool and the Holy Mackerel album, Highball with the Devil, released in 1996. In 2008, Hunter recorded his first self-release, Baboon Strength. Featured on the record are Erik Deutch on keys and Tony Mason on drums. Hunter returned to the studio in Fall of 2009 to record with drummer Eric Kalb. Hunter currently plays a custom-made, seven-string guitar made by Jeff Traugott. Previously, Hunter played a custom-made, eight-string guitar made by luthier Ralph Novak of Novax Guitars. He plays the lead guitar on the top five strings (tuned ADGBe) and bass guitar (tuned EAD) on the bottom three strings simultaneously. With the addition of a Hughes & Kettner Tube Rotosphere (a Leslie rotary speaker simulator), his unique style produces a sound similar to that of a Hammond organ -- an instrument he set out to imitate. In 2006, Hunter removed the top guitar string and had the neck of his guitar reworked and now plays a modified 7-string on the formerly-8 string body. Hunter has mentioned that because of his small hands, he had to move out of position to make use of the 8th string and thus wasn't using it much. A change in Hunter's style away from the organ sound into a more blues and distortion based sound happened at the same time. After removing the 8th string, Hunter retuned all of the strings up a half step: F-A#-D# on the bass and A#-D#-G#-C on the guitar. As of 2008, he had once again retuned up another whole step: G-C-F on the bass and C-F-A#-D on the guitar."
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This is the first video with lyrics I've ever made, and I used windows live movie maker. I hope I did ok! I do not own this song in any way, this is Renee Olstead's cover of Stars Fell On Alabama from the album Skylark.
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"Stars Fell on Alabama" is the title of a 1934 jazz standard composed by Frank Perkins with lyrics by Mitchell Parish. One of the earliest recordings was by the Guy Lombardo orchestra, with his brother Carmen doing a vocal. This version was recorded on August 27, 1934, and issued by Decca Records as catalog number 104. The title refers to a spectacular occurrence of the Leonid meteor shower that had been observed in Alabama in November of 1833, "the night the stars fell." As reported by the Florence Gazette: "[There were] thousands of luminous bodies shooting across the firmament in every direction. There was little wind and not a trace of clouds, and the meteors succeeded each other in quick succession." Residents of Alabama sometimes claim that the song refers to the Hodges Meteorite or Sylacauga (meteorite), history's only recorded instance of a human being struck by a meteorite and surviving, but the meteorite strike occurred in 1954, twenty years after Perkins and Parish penned the tune. Billie's accompanied by Harry Edison (trumpet), Ben Webster (tenor saxophone), Jimmy Rowles (piano), Barney Kessel (guitar), Joe Mondragon (bass), and Larry Bunker (drums). Recorded in Los Angeles, January 8, 1957. (Verve Records) We lived our little drama We kissed in a field of white And stars fell on Alabama last night I can't forget the glamour Your eyes held a tender light And stars fell on Alabama last night I never planned in my imagination A situation so heavenly A fairy land where no one else could enter And in the center just you and me My heart beat like a hammer My arms wound around you tight And stars fell on Alabama last night We lived our little drama We kissed in a field of white And stars fell on Alabama last night I can't forget the glamour Your eyes held a tender light And stars fell on Alabama last night I never planned in my imagination A situation so heavenly A fairy land where no one else could enter And in the center just you and me My heart beat like a hammer My arms wound around you tight And stars fell on Alabama last night
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Lew Stone & His Band, Vocal Chorus: Alan Kane - Stars Fell On Alabama, Regal Zonopohone 1934 (UK) NOTE: Lew STONE (b. in London UK 1898; died 1969) British dance band leader and arranger. He was well known in Britain during the 1930s. Stone learned music at an early age and became an accomplished pianist. In the 1920s, he worked with many important dance bands (The Savoy Orpheans, Ray Starita and his Ambassador's Band). During 1927-1931, Stone's arrangements for the Bert Ambrose Orchestra made it virtually the best in Europe. The HMV discs are today sought after as much for those arrangements as for the superb instrumentalists or vocals. Later, Stone continued to work with other bands like Jack Hylton's and Jack Payne's BBC Dance Orchestra, when in 1931 Roy Fox's Band opened at the Monseigneur Restaurant, Stone took up the position of pianist and arranger. When Fox became ill in October he was sent to Switzerland to rest and Stone assumed leadership of the band. The main vocalist at the Monseigneur was the very popular Al Bowlly who had already sung on over 30 recordings. The popularity of vocalist Al Bowlly increased; he was a regular on broadcasts, his name was credited on many of the Decca records and he toured with the band including an appearance before of royalty at the London Palladium. From late 1931 until 1934, Stone was also musical director for British and Dominion Films, working mostly from Elstree Studios, and later worked with other film companies. In November 1933, Stone transferred his band to the Cafe Anglais and in February 1934 started a very successful tour for the Mecca Agency. The band returned to the Monseigneur in March 1934 until the summer when the Monseigneur was sold to become a cinema. In September 1934, Al Bowlly left to join Ray Noble in USA. Stone moved to the Regal Zonophone record label, continued with theatre tours, and the band was resident for a time at the Hollywood Restaurant. Alan Kane became the main vocalist. In 1936, Stone formed a smaller band which opened at the Cafe de Paris. The band also began to broadcast regularly for commercial radio stations. In 1937, Al Bowlly returned to England and he began recording with Stone again. Recordings with Bowlly in 1938 are as good as those made during the earlier years. Stone's band played music of all kinds, for all tastes, and for all the dance tempos, but today it is particularly their playing of the sentimental ballads that is recognised and in demand for re-issue on CD, especially the titles featuring Bowlly. In his own arrangements, Stone was particularly careful to match Bowlly's voice with appropriate ensemble phrasing and short instrumental solos resulting in very pleasant recordings which make much more satisfying listening than many other bands' recordings of the standard tunes.
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Weekly TV show for Jazz Lovers Sundays we play your song requests. Every Sunday 8 pm cet💖 This song is from Gunhild Carling Live 49. Gunhild Carling trumpet vocal trombone, Gerd Carling piano and trombone, Idun Blomé vocal, Aina Carling banjo, Ulf Carling drums and vocal, Max Carling clarinet and violin Håkan Persson bass More info www.gunhildcarling.net Subscribe on youtube, Instagram, fb and periscope, Twitter Other songs from the program is Ballin the Jack On the sunny side of the street Getting some fun out of life Tiger Rag (from Poland 1984) Stars Fell on Alabama My flapper wife These foolish things Amazing grace (Gunhild Carling and LSS) I've heard that song before (from last week) Pennies from heaven ODJB one step Margie
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This is my quick arrangement of "Stars Fell On Alabama, the jazz standard from 1934 written by Frank Perkins. By the way, I've finally released an album! Check out "Best of YouTube, Vol. 1": http://adrianholovaty.bandcamp.com/album/best-of-youtube-vol-1 Thanks to all of the people who have requested that I release something.
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This has been documented as the very first commercially-recorded track to feature freelance vocalist Buddy Clark....one of three songs he cut with the Martin band at that session, and performed in a slightly more dramatic singing style than he would eventually assume. His next three dates were with Archie Bleyer, Lud Gluskin and Benny Goodman. Note: Two tracks recorded by the Gus Arnheim band in 1932 show a vocal by “Buddy Clark,” however that was not the same singer as the well-known crooner heard here. CD audio courtesy of The Rick Colom Collection, originally issued on 78rpm: Brunswick 6976 - Stars Fell On Alabama (Parish-Perkins) by Freddy Martin & his Orchestra, vocal by Buddy Clark, recorded in NYC September 14, 1934 MusicProf78 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Musicprof78/689903871053047
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Mina - Stars Fell On Alabama We lived our little drama, we kissed in a field of white And stars fell on Alabama last night I can't forget the glamour, your eyes held a tender light And stars fell on Alabama last night I never planned in my imagination, a situation so heavenly A fairy land where no one else could enter And in the center, just you and me, dear My heart beats like a hammer, my arms wound around you tight And stars fell on Alabama last night I never planned in my imagination, a situation so heavenly A fairy land where no one else could enter And in the center, just you and me, dear My heart beats like a hammer, my arms wound around you tight Ah, stars fell on Alabama last night
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earphones, earphones - it'll sound a LOT better imo haha. adjkbgsfaljnsa hope you liked it cuz this, so far, is one of my favourite covers :) (i'd totally appreciate it if you finish the entire vid lol) ----- muh soundcloud stream with other covers: https://soundcloud.com/paper-girl-youtube/tracks ----- thumbs it up!! share it with your friends :D thanks for watching you are awesome x ----- covered in the style of daniela and hanbyul no copyrighting intended. all rights go to the third party.
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Kay Starr - Stars Fell On Alabama (1948) - The Overjazz Channel aims to offer only the best recordings of the begining era of modern music. Re-discover genius compositions from the parents of todays music like Miles Davis, Billie Holiday or John Coltrane. Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! The Overjazz Channel on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/overjazzrecords on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OverjazzRecords on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/OverjazzRecords on the web: http://www.overjazz.com - The Overjazz Channel aims to offer only the best recordings of the begining era of modern music. (Re)discover more genius compositions from the parents of todays music and subscribe for free to stay connected and easily access our video updates! - The Overjazz Channel on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/overjazzrecords - The Overjazz Channel on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OverjazzRecords
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Ana Paula Higino (voz), Francisco Daud (piano), Mauricio Abachioni (baixo) e Gabriel Taboni (bateria)
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