Thelma Carpenter - I Ought To Know / Back Street FLAC album
Genre: Pop music
Title: I Ought To Know / Back Street
FLAC version ZIP size: 1817 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1487 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1590 mb
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Thelma Carpenter (January 15, 1922 – May 14, 1997) was a jazz singer and actress, best known as "Miss One", the Good Witch of the North in the movie The Wiz. As a child performer, Carpenter had her own radio show on WNYC in New York and won an amateur night at the Apollo Theatre in 1938, where she would be honored and perform nearly 60 years later on the 1993 all-star NBC-TV special "Apollo Theater Hall of Fame, hosted by Bill Cosby
Thelma Carpenter was born in Brooklyn, NY on Jan. 15,1922, the only child of Fred and Mary Carpenter, and her career spanned seven decades. She was performing on radio programs like Jack Darrell's "Kiddies hour" and the "Horn and Hardart Children's Hour" at age five and had her own show on WNYC by the time she was 1. .Show more . Thelma Carpenter was born in Brooklyn, NY on Jan. She also signed her first contract as a solo artist with Majestic Records, releasing a dozen sides including "My Guy's Come Back," "Can't Help Lovin' That Man," "Hurry Home" and "Harlem on My Mind," as well as a swing version of "Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho" backed by the Ames Brothers in their recording debut. She later recorded two sides with pianist Herman Chittison for Musicraft and four sides for Columbia.
If I Were a Carpenter is a 1994 tribute album to The Carpenters. It features alternative rock bands covering the songs of Richard and Karen Carpenter. The cover is a cartoon-like drawing of Richard and Karen Carpenter listening to an LP album against an orange background. Richard Carpenter has said that he doesn't "care for" the version of "Superstar" by Sonic Youth. The album was the brainchild of Matt Wallace (Maroon 5, Replacements, Faith No More) and David Konjoyan.
thelma carpenter, thelma carpenter he's the wiz Thelma Carpenter January 15, 1922 – May 14, 1997 was a jazz singer and actress, best known as "Miss One", the Good Witch of the North in the movie The Wiz. Contents. the Famous Door on legendary 52nd Street, where she was discovered by John Hammond. She subsequently made her debut as a band vocalist with Teddy Wilson's short-lived orchestra in 1939, recording "Love Grows on the White Oak Tree" and "This is the Moment" for Brunswick Records She joined Coleman Hawkins' orchestra in 1940, with whom she made the RCA Bluebird Records classic "He's Funny That Way" She followed Helen Humes as Count Basie's.
More Than You Know made famous by Thelma Carpenter MP3 Piano Backing Track.
Slocumb runs behind their car in an attempt to stop them, but to no avail. In the final scene, the car soars off the cliff. Is there an alternate ending? The DVD shows an alternate ending where Thelma and Louise drive off the cliff and the car goes sailing into the air, just like in the regular ending
Thelma Carpenter and Sammy Davis Jr. sing the tune Chicago with re-written lyrics by Johnny Mercer specifically for this program. Thelma Carpenter at one point (1:04 in) references Frank Teschemacher when she sings the line, That rocker, Teschemacher, and Beiderbecke too. She does pronounce his name wrong but that’s ok – it’s still nice to hear Tesch being referenced!)
Latest News on Thelma Carpenter. Motown Releases 'Lost' Album 'Diana Ross Sings Songs from THE WIZ' Today (Nov 27, 2015). Motown to Release 'Lost' Album 'Diana Ross Sings Songs from THE WIZ', 11/27 (Nov 16, 2015).
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
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- Chorus Master [Chorus And Orchestra Directed By], Directed By – Henry Jerome
|Q 72442||Thelma Carpenter||I Ought To Know (7", Single, Promo)||Coral||Q 72442||UK||1961|
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