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Falling Leaves - Frankie Carle - Frankie Carle: Moonlight Cocktail Piano (CD, Album)

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  1. CD on COLLECTABLE RECORDS by Frankie Carle - The Very Best Of The Columbia Years (CD) Frankie Carle CD: The Very Best Of The Columbia Years (CD) - Bear Family Records To be able to use Bear Family Records in full range, we recommend activating Javascript in .
  2. And since he didn't actually have 25 hits, there's more. Especially welcome are instrumentals like "Carle Boogie" and "Penguin at the Waldorf" that give a sense of the leader's piano playing. Two of these non-vocal numbers are previously unreleased, "Falling Leaves" and "Moonlight Whispers," the latter co-written by Carle/5(4).
  3. Frankie Carle Cocktail Time With Frankie Carle A1: All Alone, What'll I Do, Always A2: A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, Mandy, All By Myself B1: Say It With Music, Blue Skies, Remember B2: Easter Parade, Say It Isn't So: RCA Victor USA: EPA EP: 0: Frankie Carle Frankie Carle Plays Honky Tonk Piano A1: Crazy Bones Rag A2: The Prisoner.
  4. Find Frankie Carle credit information on AllMusic. Frankie Carle had one of the longest careers in big-band music, from the '30s right up through the '80s, more than a half-century of making music, and even more amazing a record given his current lack.
  5. Cocktail Time with Frankie Carle Moonlight Cocktail, A Lover's Lullaby, Blue Tango, Secret Love, Sunrise Serenade, Young at Heart, Wish You Were Here, Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart, I Don't Want to Walk Without You, Two Hearts in Three Quarter Time.
  6. Frankie Carle had one of the longest careers in big-band music, from the '30s right up through the '80s, more than a half-century of making music, and even more amazing a record given his current lack of representation in the CD bins.
  7. Nov 30,  · FALLING LEAVES was a big success for its composer, pianist Frankie Carle, then featured with Horace Heidt’s band. Carle had given Glenn a huge hit with SUNRISE SERENADE and this new composition made for one of Miller’s most memorable renditions.
  8. Apr 16,  · And since he didn't actually have 25 hits, there's more. Especially welcome are instrumentals like "Carle Boogie" and "Penguin at the Waldorf" that give a sense of the leader's piano playing. Two of these non-vocal numbers are previously unreleased, "Falling Leaves" and "Moonlight Whispers," the latter co-written by Carle.

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