Felicia Sanders - In Other Words / Tonight mp3 album
Felicia Sanders (born Felice Schwartz; c. 1922 – February 7, 1975) was a singer and musician of traditional pop music. Sanders was born in Mount Vernon, New York. At the University of Southern California she studied merchandising. She married Michael Snider (who was in the Army), and had a son, Jefferson, with him. They eventually divorced, both having part-time custody of their child. During World War II, with a son and a husband, she "decided to give singing a tr.
Felicia Sanders (born c. 1922, Mount Vernon, New York, USA – died February 7, 1975) was a singer of traditional pop music. She sang in the 1940's, with big bands and on the radio based in Los Angeles, California. She is was the first singer to do the song "In Other Words (Fly Me to the Moon)". Variaciones: Verlas todas Felicia Sanders.
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Felicia Sanders, la cantante original de la canción, la grabó en 1959. En 1962, una versión instrumental fue registrada como "Fly me to the Moon - Bossa Nova" por Joe Harnell, que se convirtió en el más grande hit de la canción, llegando al número 14 en los Estados Unidos. Frank Sinatra grabó la canción en 1964 en el álbum It Might as Well Be Swing con Count Basie, convirtiéndose en la versión que muchas personas identifican de esta.
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It was originally titled In Other Words, and was introduced by Felicia Sanders in cabarets. The song became known popularly as Fly Me to the Moon from the first line of the B verse, and after a few years the publishers changed the title to that officially. Frank Sinatra recorded the best known version on the album It Might as Well Be Swing (1964), accompanied by Count Basie. This version was arranged by Quincy Jones who changed the time signature from ¾ waltz-time to 4/4 and gave it a looser, swing feel
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- Vocals – Felicia Sanders