My Blue Heaven - Esquivel And His Orchestra - Exploring New Sounds In Hi-Fi (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. My Blue Heaven Lyrics: Whippoorwills call, evenin' is nigh / Hurry to my Blue Heaven / Turn to the right, there's a little white light / Will lead you to my Blue Heaven / You'll see a smilin' face, a.
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  3. There are two different movies called My Blue Heaven, and both used this song. The first was a musical where it was performed by the stars, Betty Grable and Dan Dailey. The second was a comedy starring Steve Martin and Rick Moranis. Fats Domino's version was the theme song in that one.
  4. Buy Exploring New Sounds In Hi FI by Esquivel on Blue Sounds Store. Released by RCA Space Age Pop - Exotica. Login/Register My Blue Heaven 2. Bella Mora 3. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams 4. Lazy Bones 5. Spellbound 6. All Of Me (2 LP on 1 CD) Digipack Warren Barker. BMCD $ Buy.
  5. Sep 27,  · Exploring New Sounds in Stereo is the first of the typical Esquivel albums from which the CD compilations draw heavily. There is a lot to recommend it. "Whatchamacallit" is probably his second best-loved tune (released also as a single backed with the non-LP .
  6. That said, Esquivel collectors should be advised that the second complete album on the CD is not "Exploring New Sounds In Hi-Fi" as advertised (at least when I bought it in May ) but is in fact "Exploring New Sounds In Stereo". As was common back in the 50's, many LP's were issued in both stereo and mono versions/5(18).
  7. Sweet-tempered, laid back, small-band swing with vocals a la the King Cole Trio with a bit of Dave Frishberg tossed in. John Pizarelli, the pleasingly old-fashioned and engaging guitarist and singer, is backed up by dad Bucky Pizzarelli, Clark Terry, Dave.
  8. “My Blue Heaven” was written in by Walter Donaldson, with lyrics by George A. Whiting. Sung by many, the song was made popular by crooner Gene Austin, and was a number one hit for

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