Billy Cotton And His Band - It Happened In Monterey / Song Of The Dawn mp3 flac
- Album: It Happened In Monterey / Song Of The Dawn
- MP3: 1618 mb | FLAC: 1193 mb
- Released: 1930
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 435
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Cotton continued to direct the band throughout its existence. At first a conventional dance band, the orchestra gradually tended towards music hall/vaudeville entertainment, introducing visual and verbal humour in between songs. Famous musicians who played in Billy Cotton's band during the 1920s and 1930s included Arthur Rosebery, Syd Lipton and Nat Gonella. The band was also noted for their African American trombonist and tap dancer, Ellis Jackson. Their signature tune was "Somebody Stole My Gal", and they made numerous commercial recordings for Decca.
It Happened in Monterey" or "It Happened in Monterrey" is a 1930 song composed by Mabel Wayne, with lyrics by Billy Rose and performed by Paul Whiteman and his orchestra. It was written for the 1930 musical film, King of Jazz, and was subsequently covered several different times in short succession including by the Regent Club Orchestra, George Olsen and Ruth Etting.
It Happened in Monterey (оригинал Frank Sinatra). Это случилось в Монтеррее (перевод Алекс). It happened in Monterey, a long time ago. Это случилось в Монтеррее, 1 давным-давно. I met her in Monterey, in old Mexico. Я встретил ее в Монтеррее, в старой Мексике. It happened in Monterey and without thinking twice. Это случилось в Монтеррее, и я не думал дважды. I left her and I threw away the key to paradise.
Profile of the performer Billy Cotton And His Band: Billy Cotton (b. 6 May 1899 in Coventry, Warwickshire – d. 25 March 1969 in London) was a British band leader, drummer and entertainer. Today, he is mainly remembered as a 1950s and 1960s radio and television personality, although his musical talent emerged as early as the 1920s. Bill started his long recording career in the 1920s, making records for Metropole and Piccadilly, plus a solitary disc for Decca.
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Original 78rpm courtesy of the Rick Colom Collection. Another of those upbeat-attitude Depression-Era tunes, composed by Harry Woods and (under a pseudonym) Billy Hill. Especially popular in England, the song became most commonly identified with the Ambrose-Elsie Carlisle recorded version, which was featured in the opening scene of Dennis Potter’s 1978 television miniseries Pennies From Heaven. Digitally processed from 78rpm: (UK) Regal MR-638 - The Clouds Will Soon Roll By (Woods-Brown) by Billy Cotton and His Band, vocal by Cyril Grantham, recorded in London August 24, 1932.
A It Happened In Monterey B Song Of The Dawn. Theme song of "King of Jazz" on both labels. Matrix, Runout (A stamped): ωAR220 53801 Matrix, Runout (B stamped):,ωAR221 53804. Related Music albums to It Happened In Monterey, Song Of. The Dawn by Billy Cotton And His Band.
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|A||It Happened In Monterey|
|B||Song Of The Dawn|
NotesTheme song of "King of Jazz" on both labels
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- Matrix / Runout (A stamped): ωAR220 53801
- Matrix / Runout (B stamped): ,ωAR221 53804