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  April 1949 Herald of Christ's Kingdom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Burnand portrays them dazed with blinding sorrow and confused of mind and heart, once again gathered in the upper room where on Thursday night the Master had washed their feet, partaken with them of their farewell meal, and talked to them with a tender, brooding sympathy.
Again have the disciples -awakened to a despairing consciousness of their loss and inconsolable grief.
Here again, he must choose for himself -- but if the stuff he reads is the food of his mind, that ought not to be a question difficult to decide.
www.heraldmag.org /archives/1949_4.htm   (11225 words)

 Boulevard Of Broken Dreams by Green Day Songfacts
In the music video for this song, you can also hear the last faded bits of "Holiday," the other hit from the album, in the background, as this song is the follow up to that.
I love this song and then for a while I got a little tired of it, but then you hear it and you like it again so I guess this song will last a long time and be remembered.
I agree that the song is so much more than the video can trasmit, "Boulevard of broken dreams" is a song which says everything by itself.
www.songfacts.com /detail.php?id=4055   (6205 words)

 French cinema on song again - [Sunday Herald]
Across the country choir-masters have been inundated by applications from boys and girls who say their lives have been changed by the music, while Jean-Baptiste Maunier – the angelic 13-year-old from Lyon who is the film’s leading voice – has become an overnight star.
When Mathieu arrives at the Fond de L’Etang [Bottom Of The Pond] school in 1949, the boys – many of them war orphans – are running riot under the brutal but ineffective rule of the vile headmaster Rachin.
Above all, it is the singing that has captured the imagination in France, and though some choral professionals are sniffy about the commercial nature of Bruno Coulais’s score, all are delighted by the publicity given to a pastime which they say has been in steady but unreported growth for several years.
www.sundayherald.com /43477   (915 words)

 Again - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Look up again in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
A 1949 song recorded by many singers including Doris Day, Vic Damone and Vera Lynn
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Again   (92 words)

However, the Hucklebuck is also a song with many stories to tell: about record labels and music producers, bandleaders and songwriters, creativity and commerce, race and records, Jazz vs. R&B and these are all important stories.
LeRoi Jones mentions people dancing the Hucklebuck at rent parties in Newark in the late '40s, night after night "until they dropped." Whoever came up with the name must have anticipated the sexual innuendo, as the lyrics written by Roy Alfred, are mildly suggestive, while the dance was just as bad.
But, as we'll see, he wasn't the first or last to play the song, as the Hucklebuck was as popular with musicians as it was with audiences.
www.wfmu.org /LCD/26/huck1.html   (1031 words)

 M.K. Jerome   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk (1943) (song "Congo") (uncredited)
The Isle of Pingo Pongo (1938) (song "Congo") (uncredited)
Moonlight on the Prairie (1935) (song "Moonlight on the Prairie")
www.imdb.com /name/nm0422031   (1301 words)

 fcarle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The song was "Oh What It Seemed To Be", and from the very start the record was a huge hit.
In early 1949 however, Frankie Carle and his orchestra hit the top sellers again with their version of THE song of 1949 - "Cruisin' Down The River" with vocal by Marjorie Hughes and The Sunrise Serenaders on Columbia #38411.
Frankie Carle was one of the few musicians that led a big band successfully in the post war years, Because of his big year in 1946, he was able to sustain his popularity and that of his orchestra well into the time when most other bandleaders called it quits.
home.earthlink.net /~jaymar41/fcarle.html   (887 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
An interesting fact about the song was that it was written by Harvey Brooks, who was the first Black American to write a complete film score when he did so for Mae West's film "I'm No Angel" in 1933.
Evelyn Knight's next charted record was a song from the hit Bob Hope film "The Paleface" in 1948 called "Buttons And Bows" which was a number one hit for Dinah Shore.
In early 1949 a song called "Powder Your Face With Sunshine" on Decca #24530, recorded once again with The Stardusters sold in huge numbers going all the way to number one in the country.
home.earthlink.net /~jaymar41/eknight.html   (663 words)

 dOc DVD Review: Jolson Sings Again (1949)
A despondent Jolson (Larry Parks again) throws himself back into Broadway shows, but the joy of singing is gone, and he falls back into an aimless retirement.
The film is significantly shorter and not quite as liberally jammed with songs.
Extras Review: Columbia skimps on the extras again, with the same trailers for Lost Horizon (with no footage from the film), and the conversational Frank Sinatra trailer for Pal Joey.
www.digitallyobsessed.com /showreview.php3?ID=5417   (822 words)

 Arkansas Traveler Arkansas State Historical Song Lyrics by the Arkansas State Song Selection Committee (1947) put to ...
On a lonely road quite long ago, A trav'ler trod with fiddle and a bow; While rambling thru the country rich and grand, He quickly sensed the magic and the beauty of the land.
Many years have passed, the trav'lers gay, Repeat the tune along the highway; And every voice that sings the glad refrain Re-echoes from the mountains to the fields of growing grain.
hough it served as the Official State Song of Arkansas from 1945 or 1949 to 1963, "The Arkansas Traveler" was adopted by the 1987 General Assembly as the Official State Historical Song with House Concurrent Resolution No. 1007 (HCR1007).
www.netstate.com /states/symb/song/ar_arkansastraveler.htm   (373 words)

 In Memory of John McCoy (Slick) 1949 - 2003
I think it would be a great opportunity for the folks here to donate and get their family and friends to do the same...
Slick is back at the hospital again for another chemo protocol.
As i will be pretty busy the next week, i would like to post more messages tonite so that you guys can read them over and over again ^___^.
www.suite101.com /discussion.cfm/investing/73677/760084   (2666 words)

 Literature Network Forums - another song   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The verse that opens your original version has more potency than the verse that begins the "song" version, but then I think more in terms of poetry than music, so it may work better this way with music.
This is the song’s “big moment,” designed to melt cold hearts; reunited lovers embracing in passion; all is forgiven and forgotten.
Love songs are meant to be idealized and not conform to the real world.
www.online-literature.com /forums/showthread.php?t=1949   (568 words)

 Artist Profile - Jimmy McHugh
A wonderfully infectious 1920's nonsense song set to a pseudo African rhythm; jazz singer Adelaide Hall was the first to perform it but it also perfectly suited the harmony voices and sounds of The Mills Brothers.
Promotional song for the all-star dramatic movie "Dinner At Eight" (MGM: 1933); it was introduced to radio audiences by Frances Langford who sang it at the movie's star-studded premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Hollywood.
This song had a number of different lives; it was originally introduced in a revue, then it was used as the radio theme of The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra and finally, it was featured in the movie drama "Have A Heart" (MGM: 1934).
www.emimusicpub.com /worldwide/artist_profile/jimmy-mchugh_profile.html   (3416 words)

 OHEK - MUSIC HISTORY - SONG TITLES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The file contains about 5,000 songs and is therefore quite large and will take some time to download.
As far as possible the year given for any particular song is the composition date, otherwise the date first published.
Many of the older songs were already in existence as folk songs until someone decided to add an introduction, change or clean up the words, and then copyright the song as their own (e.g.
www.ohek.co.uk /history/songs.htm   (225 words)

 Jo Ann Castle Song Tracks
Coben's song became a big hit throughout the 1950s and 1960s, covered by Hoagy Carmichael, Eddie Cantor, Frankie Carle, Liberace, J. Lawrence Cooke and Jo Ann Castle.
This song represents, possibly, the first documented use of the term.
Bing and the Andrews Sisters recorded the song Sept. 27, 1943, and proved there were still a few bullets left in Ma's pistol.
www.joanncastle.com /tracks/p.html   (459 words)

 Movies & Song Titles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Performance notes about the songs are notated in red at the side of the song title.
The movie and song listing below was created by David Jenkins, webmaster of www.harrywarren.org/www.harrywarren.net, after many hundreds of hours of research and collecting sheet music, and may not be copied or reproduced, in whole or in part, for ANY reason, without express written consent of David Jenkins.
The movie and song listing above was created by David Jenkins, webmaster of www.harrywarren.org/www.harrywarren.net, after many hundreds of hours of research and collecting sheet music, and may not be copied or reproduced, in whole or in part, for ANY reason, without express written consent of David Jenkins.
www.harrywarren.org /movies.htm   (2763 words)

 Sing This Song Together L to Q
In late 1963, early 1964 he was also working with the Andrew Oldham Orchestra, as musical director for demos and recordings of Jagger/Richards songs.
Leavell was back onstage again with the Stones on their 2003-03 world tour, and appears on Four Flicks.
When the Stones started recording in London again (late 1966), their association with Nitzsche ended for the moment, while Nitzsche worked with Buffalo Springfield among others (which led to a long career working with Neil Young).
www.timeisonourside.com /whydontLQ.html   (7237 words)

 Jolson Sings Again (1949)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Goofs: Continuity: The headline "Forced By Weather To Cut Radio Programs" appears first next to a story about Al Jolson going overseas to entertain the troops and then again, several years later, next to an article about Jolson's successful return to show business.
Ludwig Donath plays cantor again, and momma is played by Tamara Shayne, who lend much humor to the story.
Discuss this movie with other users on IMDb message board for Jolson Sings Again (1949)
us.imdb.com /Title?0041530   (376 words)

 Index of Songs
For songs whose names begin with the word "The," ignore the first word and alphabetize by the second word (for example, "Day That the Rains Came Down, The.")
A Song For You - The Carpenters, 1972
Song Is You, The - Tommy Dorsey, 1946
www.theguitarguy.com /songs.htm   (6913 words)

 Amazon.com: Jolson Sings Again (1949) : Video   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
William Demarest is back once again as Steve Martin (Jolson's friend and manager) with Ludwig Donath and Tamara Shayne repeating their roles as Jolson's parents.
A clip from this scene was also shown in "Jolson Sings Again" so he did manage to appear in both films after all.
Following the completion of "Jolson Sings Again" Larry Parks only made another four films due to the McCarthy communist "witch hunt" which was a shame as he was a very talented performer.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/6302824842?v=glance   (1862 words)

 Sing This Song Together E to K
Recently she's contributed to albums by Chuck Leavell and Luther Vandross again, among others, and in 2000 is touring with Tina Turner on the latter's supposedly final run.
In 1981 he played again on Ronnie's album 1 2 3 4 and was occasionally refeatured onstage during some of the gigs of the Stones' 1981-82 tour.
Though she did not work with the Stone again, King went on to work with many other rock luminaries during the decade, including Steely Dan, Elton John, Joe Cocker, Humble Pie, Ringo Starr, Carly Simon, Linda Ronstadt and Blondie Chaplin.
www.timeisonourside.com /whydontEK.html   (8359 words)

 Bay Weekly: Burton on the Bay
—1949 song written by Frank Loesser, made famous when sung
Whereupon she told the two accompanying the judge they could hunt long enough to give chase and try to flush the ringneck again, but the jurist could hunt no more.
He could sit and wait in their big shiny Buick parked in the nearby lane.
www.bayweekly.com /year04/issuexii03/burtonxii03.html   (1168 words)

 Music Videos : 1940-1949
Neptune's Daughter (1949) Esther Williams, Red Skelton, et al.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949) Bing Crosby, Rhonda Fleming, et al.
Jolson Sings Again (1949) Barbara Hale, et al.
musicvideosplus.bizland.com /list-281281.html   (129 words)

 Jumbo Jimbo's Song Lyrics Archive - If I Ever Love Again   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
(If I ever thrill again,) it will be you, (And I never will again,) to someone new.
No one else's charms can fill my empty arms, If I ever love again, it will be you.
The lyrics/chords/tabs sheets represent contributors' interpretations of the material and may not be identical to the original versions, which are copyright their respective owners.
www.jumbojimbo.com /lyrics.php?songid=3801   (127 words)

 Born Again Patriot
in the State of Jefferson
I call myself a "born again patriot" because I used to think I was a liberal until I became an American citizen and realized that I'm a flag-waving, gun-toting patriot.
Adams never failed to answer the call of his country to serve, and he was called upon again and again, always to the detriment of his livelihood and often with risk to his life.
Writing a biography and realizing that your subject is going to stay at home his final 25 years, you wonder how you are going to sustain the rest of the book.
bornagainredneck.blogspot.com   (7413 words)

 Destry Rides Again (1949)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
A classic satirical action-comedy Western, Destry Rides Again pits mild-mannered sheriff’s deputy Jimmy Stewart — a reverse type of the typical John-Wayne two-fisted straight-shooting cowboy hero — against a lawless town full of swindlers and murderers where sheriffs tend to wind up dead.
The climax is pure hokum but enjoyably so, and only slightly anticlimactic.
Mostly comic violence, including an extended barroom brawl between two women; some mild menace; some naughty song lyrics; mild innuendo.
stevendgreydanus.com /sections/reviews/2051   (237 words)

 Milton Ager   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Dolores Claiborne (1995) (song "Happy Days Are Here Again")
I Gopher You (1954) (song "In a Little Red Barn [on a Farm Down in Indiana]") (uncredited)
Maisie Gets Her Man (1942) (song "Happy Days Are Here Again") (uncredited)
indie.imdb.com /name/nm0012971   (800 words)

 Song of the Vineyard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Song of the Vineyard by B. Davie Napier
Song of the Vineyard was published in 1962 by Harper and Row, Publishers.
This book was prepared for Religion Online by Harry W. and Grace C. Adams.
www.religion-online.org /showchapter.asp?title=2311&C=2355   (71 words)

 1949: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more ||| Music.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Search the web for 1949: Web Pages
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www.music.com /release/1949/10   (99 words)

 Old Time Country and Western Music Souvenirs and Song Books
Be Honest with Me, Blue Hawaii, I Wonder Where You are Tonight, In Grandpaw's Beard, Just for You, Nobody else but you, On the Strings of My Lonesome Guitar, Purple Sage in the Twilight, Tears on My Pillow, The Hills of Old Wyomin', Twilight on the Trail, When We all Get Together in Heaven.
Click for Details Favorite Song Hits of the Rice Brothers and their Radio Gang.
Click for Details Songs of the Soil All Star Hillbilly Folio featuring six select stars: Gene Autry, Roy Acuff, Tex Ritter, Jimmy Davis, Roy Rogers and Zeke Manners.
www.the-forum.com /ephemera/country1.htm   (3299 words)

 Song File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Here are the most popular songs of years gone by.
Kiss of Fire Lyrics: Lester Allen, Robert Hill: Music: A. Villodo This song was adapted from the tango "El Choclo".
Song From Moulin Rouge Lyrics: William Engvick; Music: Georges Auric Sometimes known as "Where Is Your Heart" Originally called "Le Long de la Seine"
www.mediahistory.umn.edu /songfile.html   (3341 words)

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