Van Wood Quartet - Tell Me Why / Walking My Baby Back Home mp3 album
Walking My Baby Back Home is a 1953 American musical comedy film directed by Lloyd Bacon and starring Donald O'Connor, Janet Leigh, and Buddy Hackett. It was Hackett's film debut. Excerpts of the film are used in the Columbo episode "Forgotten Lady", in which Leigh plays a middle aged former film star Grace Wheeler who nostalgically watches the film. Donald O'Connor enjoyed working with Janet Leigh.
Walkin' My Baby Back Home may refer to: "Walkin' My Baby Back Home" (song), a popular 1931 song recorded by Nat King Cole among others. Walkin' My Baby Back Home, a 2003 album, including the song of the same name, recorded by Johnnie Ray. Walkin' My Baby Back Home (Jo Stafford album), a 1998 album by Jo Stafford. Walking My Baby Back Home (film), a 1953 film starring Donald O'Connor.
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Walkin' my baby back home. Janet Leigh: performer. Donald O'Connor: performer. Roy Turk: composer, writer. Fred E. Ahlert: composer.
Title: Walking My Baby Back Home (1953). Janet Leigh appeared in the Columbo episode Forgotten Lady as actress Grace Wheeler Willis. Her character plays the movie Walking My Baby Back Home as one of her films.
Walkin' My Baby Back Home (Jo Stafford album), a 1998 album by Jo Stafford. Here Am I) Broken Hearted. Tell the Lady I Said Goodbye. Why Should I Be Sorry. Gee but it's great after being out late Walking my baby back home Arm and arm over meadow and farm Walking my baby back home We go along harmonizing a song Or I'm reciting a poem Owls go by and they give me the eye Walking my baby back home We stop for awhile she gives me a smile Snuggles her. head to my chest We started to pet and that's when I get Her talcum all over my vest After I kind of straighten my tie She has to borrow my comb One kiss then I continue again Walking my baby back home La la la dee la la la dee Know she's afraid of the dark So I have to.
|A||Tell Me Why (Dimmi Tu)|
|B||Walking My Baby Back Home|
A: Shuffle (ritmo allegro)
B: Fox (Cantato in inglese)
Nice guitar jazz recordings.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): V. 1436-RS
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): V. 1462-RS
- Rights Society: BIEM