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Peggy Lee With Dave Barbour And His Orchestra - It Takes A Long Long Train With A Red Caboose (To Carry My Blues Away) / Just An Old Love Of Mine FLAC album


Performer: Peggy Lee
Genre: Pop music
Title: It Takes A Long Long Train With A Red Caboose (To Carry My Blues Away) / Just An Old Love Of Mine
Country: US
Style: Vocal
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In March 1943 Lee married Dave Barbour, a guitarist in Goodman's band. Lee said, "David joined Benny's band and there was a ruling that no one should fraternize with the girl singer. But I fell in love with David the first time I heard him play, and so I married him. Benny then fired David, so I quit, too. Benny and I made up, although David didn't play with him anymore. Benny stuck to his rule. I think that's not too bad a rule, but you can't help falling in love with somebody. With the release of the US No. 1-selling record of 1948, "Mañana", her "retirement" was over.

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Dave Barbour (May 28, 1912 – December 11, 1965) was an American musician. He was a jazz banjoist and guitarist, a pop songwriter, an actor, and the husband of Peggy Lee for nine years. Barbour was born in Long Island, New York started off as a banjoist with Adrian Rollini in 1933 and then Wingy Manone in 1934. He switched to guitar in the middle of the decade and played with Red Norvo in 1935-1936.

It's Been a Long, Long Time" is a jazz song written by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn that was a hit at the end of World War II. The lyrics are written from the perspective of a person welcoming home his or her spouse at the end of the war. The music was written by Jule Styne and the lyrics were written by Sammy Cahn. A recording by Harry James with vocals by Kitty Kallen reached No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 chart on November 24, 1945

Performer: Peggy Lee; Dave Barbour And His Orchestra Writer: Patrick; Reese; Val. Vocal With Orchestra. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 2622-3D10 Catalog number: 15022

Dave Barbour And His Orchestra With Male Chorus. There Is Nothin' Like A Dame. Both Sides marked - From The Broadway Musical "Tales Of The South Pacific" Side A - Marked 'Vocal With Orchestra' Side B - Marked 'Vocal Group With Orchestra'. Matrix, Runout (Side A, Runout ): 4095-3D-7² A01 1 4. Matrix, Runout (Side B, Runout ): 4096-4D-6 A01 1 2. Matrix, Runout (Side A, Label ): (4095) Y. Matrix, Runout (Side B, Label ): (4096) Z. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.

It Takes a Long, Long Train With a Red Caboose (To Carry My Blues Away). 6. Steppin' Out With My Baby. 7. I Didn't Know What Time It Was. 3:09. 9. Always True to You in My Fashion.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A It Takes A Long Long Train With A Red Caboose (To Carry My Blues Away)
Written By – Dick Charles, Larry Marks
B Just An Old Love Of Mine
Written By – Dave Barbour, Peggy Lee

Notes

Both numbers recorded in Los Angeles early 1947
Source: The Jazz Discography (Tom Lord)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 2107-3D-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 2106-3D-2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
445 Peggy Lee With Dave Barbour And His Orchestra* Peggy Lee With Dave Barbour And His Orchestra* - It Takes A Long Long Train With A Red Caboose (To Carry My Blues Away) / Just An Old Love Of Mine ‎(Shellac, 10") Capitol Records 445 US 1947