Les Brown And His Orchestra - Leap Frog / Show Me The Way To Go Home mp3 album
Watch the video for Leap Frog from Les Brown and His Orchestra's Flip Lid (The Essence Of Swing) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Go to artist profile. Skip to YouTube video. Les was born on March 14, 1912 and was raised in Tower City, PA, the son of . Brown, a baker and musician. Quoting Les' own words) "My father's love was music, but he was a baker so we could ea. .
Go to artist profile. The Uncollected Les Brown And His Orchestra 1944 - 1946. Les Brown and His Orchestra. Day by Day. You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart). Dance of the Blue Devils. I Can't Help It (If I Love You). The Booglie Wooglie Piggy.
Les Brown and His Band of Renown.
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Show Me the Way to Go Home" is a popular song written in 1925 by the pseudonymous "Irving King" (the English songwriting team James Campbell and Reginald Connelly). The song is said to have been written on a train journey from London by Campbell and Connelly. They were tired from the traveling and had a few alcoholic drinks during the journey, hence the lyrics. The song is in common use in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and North America.
How much of Les Brown and His Band of Renown's work have you seen? User Polls. 1989 Enemies: A Love Story (performer: "Leap Frog"). 1960 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode).
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Sheet Music and Tabs for Les Brown and His Orchestra. played soprano sax in a sax quartet that performed the popular music of the day, the marches of John Phillip Sousa. Since Sousa was known as 'The March King', . earned the sobriquet, 'March Prince'. As the son of the March Prince, Les Brown was playing music almost as soon as he could walk . You play the. We are working hard to improve our content offering for your instrument. Select another instrument Continue anyway.
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