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Sanny Day - It's A Good Day FLAC album

Performer: Sanny Day
Genre: Jazz
Title: It's A Good Day
Released: 1972
Style: Vocal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1981 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1509 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1235 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 573

It's a Good Day" is a popular song written by Peggy Lee and Dave Barbour and published in 1946. Peggy Lee's recording reached the Billboard charts in January, 1947 peaking at No. 16. The song has been recorded by many singers since its introduction. Peggy Lee dueted the song with Bing Crosby on four occasions on Crosby's Philco Radio Time show in 1946/47 and Crosby sang it solo on the June 11, 1947 program.

It's a Beautiful Day is the self-titled debut album by San Francisco Records psychedelic band It's a Beautiful Day. This album's song "White Bird" was the band's biggest hit. The album rose to number 47 on Billboard's Top LPs American albums chart. The cover, designed by George Hunter and painted by Kent Hollister, was based on the 1912 painting Woman on the Top of a Mountain by Charles Courtney Curran.

Yes, it's a good day for shining your shoes And it's a good day for losing the blues; Everything to gain and nothing' to lose A good day from morning' till night. I said to the Sun, " Good morning sun Rise and shine today" You know you've gotta get going If you're gonna make a showin' And you you've got the right of way. Cause it's a good day for paying your bills; And it's a good day for curing your ills So take a deep breath and throw away the pills; Cause it's a good day from morning' till night.

About It's A Good Day lyrics. Album My Best To You - Peggy Lee Sings (1950). I said to the sun, "good mornin', sun. Rise and shine, today" You know you've gotta get goin' If you're gonna make a showin' And you know you've got the right of way. 'Cause it's a good day for payin' your bills; And it's a good day for curin' your ills, So take a deep breath and throw away your pills; 'Cause it's a good day from mornin' till night.

It's A Good Day To Die" is a hit song by Omar Anoke. The song is a promotion for the war effort, which Omar Anoke constantly champions using his charisma and popularity. Its a good day to die. When you know the reasons why. Citizens, we fight for what is right. When duty calls you pay the price. For the Federation I will give my life. Courage, Duty, Honor!

It's so UNBELIEVABLE! "THE BEST GREEN DAY ALBUM EVER" placed in number 5, Why these people always placed American idiot and 21st century breakdown higher than this one, they never know "the pure green day" song only in their 5 early albums and NIMROD is THE BEST of all, REDUNDANT is their MASTERPIECE, WALKING ALONE & GOOD RIDDANCE is THE BEST POP PUNK SONG I'VE. By far the most underrated Green Day album. Not the best but it needed my vote more than American Idiot did. I am going to be a "Minority" and vote for Warning because "Minority" has the best message of any Green Day song and "Macy's Day Parade" comes in as a close second with its relatability and thoughtfulness. Back in the usa is a good exclusive song from this album and It's a good album for anyone who wants to meet the band. Back in the USA was good.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 It's A Good Day
Written-By – Dave Barbour, Peggy Lee
A2 Everybody's Talking
Written-By – Fred Neil
A3 When Sanny Gets Blue
Written-By – Jack Segal, Marvin Fisher
A4 What A Diff'rence A Day Made
Written-By – Maria Grever, Stanley Adams
A5 What A Wonderful World
Written-By – Carl Weiss*, Gary Douglas*
A6 Gentle On My Mind
Written-By – John Hartford
B1 Day By Day
Written-By – Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston , Sammy Cahn
B2 Call Me
Written-By – Tony Hatch
B3 Everything Happens To Me
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael, Johnny Mercer
B4 Tiny Bubbles
Written-By – Larry Pober*
B5 I'll Never Fall In Love Again
Written-By – Burt Bacharach - Hal David*
B6 Bye Bye Blackbird
Written-By – Mort Dixon, Ray Henderson

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Studio Andre Van De Water


  • Bass – Rob Langereis
  • Design [Album] – Geert van der Broek
  • Drums – Peter Ypma
  • Guitar – Joop Scholten
  • Liner Notes, Compiled By [Repertory Selections] – Skip Voogd
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Bobby Meyer
  • Photography By [Liner Photo] – N.V. Rocka
  • Piano, Organ, Arranged By, Conductor – Paul Ruys
  • Producer – Joop Visser
  • Recorded By, Mixed By [Remix] – Andre Van De Water
  • Tenor Saxophone – Rudy Brink* (tracks: A2, A3, A5, B3, B5, B6)
  • Vibraphone – Coen van Nassou (tracks: A4, B1, B2, B4, B6)
  • Vocals – Sanny Day


Made in Holland.

Recording Dates: May 20 & 21, 1972
Remix Dates: June 1 & 2, 1972
Recording Studio: Andre van de Water, Baarn, The Netherlands

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: Stemra
  • Matrix / Runout (Center label, side A): VR-959-a
  • Matrix / Runout (Center label, side B): VR-959-b
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A): 14-25014-A VR959
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B): 14-25014-8-B VR959