Tom Clay - The Little Boy / That's All mp3 album
Tom Clay (August 20, 1929 – November 22, 1995) was an American radio personality and disc jockey. Clay was born Thomas Clague in New York, and in the 1950s he was popular in the Detroit area on WJBK-AM both as a DJ, and for his on-air comic characterizations; he became a local celebrity. Both songs were featured on the MoWest album What The World Needs Now (MS 103-L, released August 1971). Clay finished his career doing voiceover work. The Little Boy, That's All. 2 versions.
The Little Drummer Boy" (originally known as "Carol of the Drum") is a popular Christmas song written by the American classical music composer and teacher Katherine Kennicott Davis in 1941. First recorded in 1951 by the Trapp Family Singers, the song was further popularized by a 1958 recording by the Harry Simeone Chorale; the Simeone version was re-released successfully for several years and the song has been recorded many times since.
The Little Drummer Boy" is a Christmas song written in 1941, while the "Peace on Earth" tune and lyrics, written by Ian Fraser, Larry Grossman, and Alan Kohan, were added to the song specially for Bowie and Crosby's recording. The single saw commercial success upon its release in 1982 and peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart. In 1997, DJ/comedian Bob Rivers included a parody entitled "Rummy Rocker Boy" on his album More Twisted Christmas, in which a generic heavy metal musician by the name of "Roach" visits a self-admitted "simulation" of Crosby.
Tom Clancy's is a branding used by video game company Ubisoft for video games, some of which featuring the works of American author Tom Clancy while a majority of the games are unrelated to Clancy's work. The various sub-series are unrelated to each other, although most are shooters in modern or near-future military settings. In 1996, Clancy co-founded the video game developer Red Storm Entertainment. He has had his name on several of Red Storm's most successful games
The Little Boy Found" is a poem by William Blake first published in the collection Songs of Innocence in 1789. Songs of Innocence was printed using illuminated printing, a style Blake created. The Little Boy Found" is a sequel to "The Little Boy Lost". The two poems are written as simple songs, similar to nursery rhymes.
The short three-minute fragment from series is a 1953 one reel animated Tom and Jerry short, directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby with music by Scott Bradley. The short was animated by animators Kenneth Muse, Ray Patterson, Ed Barge and Irven Spence, with backgrounds by Robert Gentle. This cartoon features the third pairing of Spike with his son Tyke. It was released on April 25, 1953 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The episode title is a pun on the phrase "That's my boy!" All rights reserved Warner Bros.
Little Baby pa rum pum pum pum I am a poor girl too, pa rum pum pum pum I have no gift to bring pa rum pum pum pum That's fit to give our King pa rum pum pum pum rum pum pum pum rum pum pum pum. Shall I play for you pa rum pum pum rum pum pum pum rum pum pum pum. Mary nodded pa rum pum pum pum The ox and lamb kept time Little drummer boy I played my drum for Him pa rum pum pum I played my best for Him pa rum pum pum pum rum pum pum pum rum pum pum pum. Then he smiled at me pa rum pum pum pum me and my drum.
That's All, Bobby Darin's second LP, is his most important record. Darin's reputation as a teen idol was established in 1958 and 1959 with the Top Ten hits "Splish Splash," "Dream Lover," and "Queen of the Ho. Later in 1959, That's All broadened his appeal and secured his imortality. The LP begins with Darin's trademark song, Threepenny Opera's "Mack the Knife" which was number one for an impressive nine weeks. That's All won Grammy awards for Record of the Year and Best New Singer.
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That's All Right Mama. Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup. 243 more albums featuring this track. He is best known outside blues circles for writing songs later covered by Elvis Presley (and since covered by dozens of other artists), such as "That's All Right Mama", "My Baby Left Me" and "So glad you're mine", and by many claims, "Blue Suede Shoes".
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|A||The Little Boy
Written-By – Maltby*, Stringer*
Written-By – Brandt*, Haymes*
- Published By – Monument Music, Inc.
- Published By – Portrait Music
- Record Company – Bigtop Records, Inc.
- Arranged By, Conductor – Tom King
NotesPink label commercial copy
|45-3055||Tom Clay||The Little Boy / That's All (7", Promo)||Bigtop||45-3055||US||1960|