Sylvia Syms - The Nature Of Things / The Night They Invented Champagne FLAC album
Title: The Nature Of Things / The Night They Invented Champagne
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The Night They Invented Champagne, The Nature Of Things (7", Single).
The Earth and Other Minor Things. Paris Is Paris Again. She Is Not Thinking of Me. The Night They Invented Champagne. I Never Want to Go Home Again. Song: The Night They Invented Champagne. Broadway musical soundtrack lyrics.
Sylvia Syms (December 2, 1917 – May 10, 1992) was an American jazz singer and actress. She was born Sylvia Blagman in Brooklyn, New York. As a child, she had polio. As a teenager, she went to jazz nightclubs on New York's 52nd Street and received informal training from Billie Holiday. She made her debut in 1941 at Kelly's Stable. In 1948, performing at the Cinderella Club in Greenwich Village, she was seen by Mae West, who gave her a part in a show she was doing
Sylvia Syms was born in New York City. The album, titled Sylvia Syms Sings/Songs of Love, includes such popular sentimentals as "Isn't It Romantic," "What's the Use of Won'drin," "We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye" and "Let Me Love Yo. Sylvia Syms, the nightclub singer should not be confused with the British film and television actress, Sylvia Syms. Although the two both died in 1992, British actress Sylvia Syms was only 58 when she died, whereas Sylvia Syms the singer died at the age of 79 in New York City
They understood things of the spirit in Japan. Them back into her body as petals Of a rose close when the garden. Stiffens and odors bleed From the sweet, deep throats of the night flower. The moon has nothing to be sad about, Staring from her hood of bone. She is used to this sort of thing.
8 Things You Didn't Know About Drake. Xxxtentacion - sad! (Official Music Video). The night they invented champagne It's plain as it could be They thought of you and me. The night they invented champagne They absolutely knew That all we'd wanna do. Is fly to the sky on champagne and shout to everyone in sight That since the world began, a woman and a man Have never been as happy as we are tonight
Cabaret singer Sylvia Syms is caught at the beginning of her career on this Koch reissue of a former Atlantic record. The first eight songs (from 1952) find her accompanied by pianist Barbara Carroll, bassist Joe Shulman, and drummer Herb Wasserman, uplifting such numbers as "Mountain Greenery," "What Is There to Say," and Benny Carter's "Lonely Woman. The remaining four numbers utilize a septet arranged by Johnny Richards that includes tenor-saxophonist Al Cohn, trombonist Kai Winding, and Don Elliott on trumpet, mellophone, and vibes; "Paradise".
Текст песни: Gigi: The night they invented champagne It’s plain as it can be They thought of you and m. Gigi: The night they invented champagne It’s plain as it can be They thought of you and me. Gigi: The night they invented champagne It’s plain as it can be They thought of you and me The night they invented champagne They absolutely knew That all we’d want to do is Fly to the sky on champagne And shout to everyone in sight That since that world began No woman or a man has ever been as happy as.
|A||The Nature Of Things|
|B||The Night They Invented Champagne|
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|9-30648||Sylvia Syms||The Nature Of Things / The Night They Invented Champagne (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||9-30648||US||1958|
|45-05771||Sylvia Syms||The Night They Invented Champagne / The Nature Of Things (7", Single)||Brunswick||45-05771||UK||Unknown|