The Benson Orchestra Of Chicago - Oh, How I Miss You To-night / I Had Someone Else Before I Had You FLAC album
The Benson Orchestra of Chicago dir. by Don Bestor, with Vocal refrain - Oh How I Miss You To-night, Fox-Trot (Davis-Burke-Fisher) Victor 1924 (US. .
Oh, How I Miss You To-night, I Had Someone Else Before I Had You. 2. mp3, CD. 1925-08-00. 19. Pickin' 'Em Up And Layin' 'Em Down, The Doodle-um Blues. Caution! All audio materials of Benson Orchestra Of Chicago, The are presented solely for information.
I've Heard That Song Before. I've Never Been in Love Before. Oh, how I need you tonight, more than you'll ever know. О, как ты нужна мне сегодня ночью, больше, чем ты можешь представить. Each moment, though we're apart, you're never out of my heart. My dear, how I miss you tonight. Моя дорогая, как я скучаю по тебе сегодня ночью.
You'll Find Out" (1960). Oh, How I Miss You Tonight" (1960). Don't Speak to Me" (1961). Oh, How I Miss You Tonight" is a popular song, published in 1925, written by Benny Davis, Joe Burke, and Mark Fisher Other notable recordings 1947 Perry Como - recorded on November 20, 1947 for RCA Victor with Russ Case. 1962 Frank Sinatra - included in his album All Alone. 1962 Nat King Cole - for his album Dear Lonely Hearts. 1964 Burl Ives - for the album My Gal Sal. 1967 Doris Day - included in her album The Love Album. Whitburn, Joel (1986).
Read or print original Oh, How I Miss You Tonight lyrics 2019 updated! Oh, how I miss you tonight, Miss you while lights are low, Oh, ho. Yes, darling I am lonesome tonight The days are so long Seems everything's wrong. For now I'm lonesome and blue I still love you, dear I wish you were here Come back, forgive me Please do. Each moment, though we're apart You're never out of my heart But I'd rather be lonely And wait for you only My darling, I miss you tonight. More Jeanne Black lyrics.
Benson Orchestra of Chicago discography. A history of Jazz before 1930. This site contains over 3000 songs from this era in Real Audio 3 format, as well as hundreds of biographies and discographies of Jazz musicians. I Had Someone Else Before I Had You (And I'll Have Someone After You're Gone) (Harris, Darcy, Stanley). I'll Keep On Loving You (Rose). I Love You Sunday (Introducing: Ev'rybody Calls Me Honey) (Charley Straight). I Never Miss The Sunshine (I'm so Used To The Rain) (Norman Jay Harvey). It Must Be Someone Like You (Charley Straight, Roy Bargy).
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I miss our conversations. I miss how we used to talk every minute of every day and How I was able to tell you everything that was on my mind. I miss you. A little too much, a little too often, and a little bit more every day. I might not always show it, might not always tell people, but on the inside I miss you like crazy. If you wanna know how much I miss you, try to catch rain drops, the ones you catch is how much you miss me, & the other you miss is how much I miss you! Without you here, the sun forgets to shine. Some mornings still feel like the night before
Roy Bargy left the band in 1922 after an argument with Benson, and many of the musicians left with him. He was replaced as bandleader and pianist by Don Bestor, and new band members included saxophonist Frankie Trumbauer and, in the mid 1920s, drummer Gene Krupa. The band continued to record successfully, with hits including one of the first recordings of "Tea for Two" in 1925. That year, Don Bestor left, and trumpeter Frederick Hamm took over as leader. Thereafter the band continued to disintegrate, although its name continued to be used on records until the end of the 1920s.
The Benson Orchestra of Chicago was an American musical ensemble that was popular during the 1920s. Founded by Edgar A. Benson, its members at different times included saxophonist Frankie Trumbauer, drummer Gene Krupa, and pianists Roy Bargy and, later, Don Bestor, who served as its musical directors. The Benson Orchestra was initially directed by pianist Roy Bargy, and recorded for Victor Records from 1921. The band soon became one of the most popular dance bands of the early 1920s, and had its base at the Marigold Gardens, which had some notoriety as a gangster hang-out. Members of the band in its early days were Roy Bargy (piano, arranger, leader); Matthew Amaturo (clarinet, alto sax, soprano sax); Rick Adkins (trumpet); Guy Carey (trombone); Tom Thatcher.
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|A||Oh, How I Miss You To-night (!Como Te Extrano Esta Noche!)
Written-By – Davis*, Burke*, Fisher*
|B||I Had Someone Else Before I Had You (And I'll Have Someone After You're Gone) (Ya Tuve Otra Antes Que Tu)
Written-By – Harris*, Stanley*, Darcy*
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
- Directed By – Don Bestor
NotesWith Vocal Refrain
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 19685-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 19685-B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, etched): 2 W 19685A B (V.E.) 4
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, etched): 2 D 19685B 3 (V.E.) 6