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Ike Davis - I Have That Song/Is That Home Above FLAC album

Performer: Ike Davis
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: I Have That Song/Is That Home Above
Released: 1960
Style: Gospel
FLAC version ZIP size: 1544 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1849 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1541 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 292

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I've Heard That Song Before" is a 1942 popular song about nostalgia with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Sammy Cahn. It was introduced by Martha O'Driscoll (dubbed by Margaret Whiting) in the 1942 film Youth on Parade. The song was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1942 but lost out to White Christmas. It was recorded by Harry James and his Orchestra with Helen Forrest on vocal on July 31, 1942

The End of the World" is a country pop recording by American singer Skeeter Davis, of a song written by composer Arthur Kent and lyricist Sylvia Dee, who often worked as a team. They wrote the song for Davis, and her recording was highly successful in the early 1960s, reaching the Top-5 on four different charts, including on the main Billboard Hot 100. It spawned many cover versions.

Ike Davis pitching at Arizona State in 2008. Davis is now with the Dodgers' rookie league affiliate in Arizona. Until Cody Bellinger turned his rookie year into a personal home run derby, Justin Turner never had a teammate who hit more homers in a season than Ike Davis. Davis is based 20 miles away, at the Dodgers' spring home at Camelback Ranch, toiling in 105-degree heat in an effort to rejuvenate his career by pitching. And yes, Davis had a smile on his face. He is not devastated about the hitting part of his career becoming dormant. He's often the first one to show up and the last to leave, Farmer said, even sitting in the clubhouse two hours after the game ends "while he is on the phantom D.

That’s right, Ike Davis is back as a pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ system. Davis made his debut with the Arizona Fall League Dodgers on Sunday, and he actually looked pretty darn good. Davis struck out the side in his only inning of work. He did not allow a hit or walk any batters. Eric Longenhagen of FanGraphs was on hand to witness Davis’ performance, and said Davis sat between 88-92 mph with his fastball. Carlos Marmol, Kenley Jansen and Trevor Hoffman, to name a few, were drafted or signed as position players. The only difference is that those guys made the switch as they were coming up. That’s not the case with Davis, so he doesn’t have as much time to figure things out. At 30, he’ll have to prove he’s worth the investment soon, or the team could opt to give his roster spot to a younger player. For now, though, everything looks good.


A I Have That Song
B Is That Home Above