Golden Earrings


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Golden Earrings (m. Victor Young, w. Ray Evans, Jay Livingston) — 1947

Murvyn Vye as Zoltan in the 1947 Paramount Pictures film Golden Earrings

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Peggy Lee with Dave Barbour and his Orchestra — recorded on 24 September 1947; issued in November 1947 on the 78 rpm single Capitol 15009, c/w “I’ll Dance at Your Wedding”


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Dinah Shore with orchestra under the direction of Sonny Burke — recorded in September 1947; issued on Columbia 37932, c/w “The Gentleman is a Dope”


Magaret Whiting with orchestra directed by Jerry Gray — from a broadcast transcription of the 25 November 1947, Episode 107, of the Club Fifteen radio program

From the Wikipedia Club Fifteen article:


Dick Farney with Ray Bloch and his Orchestra — Milton Berle Show broadcast transcription, 3 February 1948

Excerpt from the Wikipedia page on Dick Farney:

In 1946 he was invited to go to the United States after meeting arranger Bill Hitchcock and pianist Eddie Duchin at the Copacabana Palace Hotel. Between 1947 and 1948 appeared on many radio programs on NBC, especially as regular singer at the “Milton Berle Show.”


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Ray Bryant Trio — recorded at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ on 5 April 1957; issued on Prestige PRLP 7098

Ray Bryant – piano
Ike Isaacs – bass
Charles “Specs Wright” – drums


Caterina Valente with Kurt Edelhagen And His Orchestra — from the 1958 LP A Toast to the Girls — arrangement by Heinz Gietz


Phineas Newborn Trio — recorded in NYC, 18 June 1959; released on the LP Piano Portraits By Phineas Newborn, Roulette R 52031, SR 52031 — Phineas Newborn – piano, John Simmons – bass, Roy Haynes – drums


The Five Satins — issued in April 1961 on the 45 rpm single Cub K9090, b/w “Can I Come Over Tonight”



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The Ray Conniff Singers — from the 1961 album Somebody Loves Me, Columbia CL 1642 (Mono), Columbia CS 8442 (Stereo)


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The Hunters — issued in March 1961 on the single (UK) Fontana H.303, b/w “Tally Ho”


Ronnie Aldrich and His Two Pianos — from the 1962 LP Melody and Percussion for Two Pianos, Decca Phase 4 PFS34007 


Frans Krassenburg — issued on 26 February 1968 on the Philips (Netherlands) single 333 939 JF, b/w “The Silly Chap”


The Ray Conniff Singers — live performance for “Gala-Abend der Schallplatte” (German TV), March 1969


Gandalf — first track on their lone LP, Gandalf, Capitol Records ST 121, released in 1969


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The Enid — issued on 23 Sep 1977 as the EMI International 45 rpm single INT 540, b/w “Omega”


Keith Jarrett Trio —  recorded live 21 April 1990 in concert at The Town Hall in New York City, and released in 1991 on the LP The Cure, ECM 1440

Hey, what’s up with those intermittent bizarre whining noises, repeatedly destroying the atmosphere? Beats me. Let’s ask Google:

Keith Jarrett – piano
Gary Peacock – bass
Jack DeJohnette – drums


Karel Boehlee Trio — from the 2007 album Midnight Blue, M&I MYCJ-30443


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  1. doc
    May 01, 2018 @ 15:46:43



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