Marguerite Colbert - Stormy Weather / Linger Awhile mp3 album
- Performer: Marguerite Colbert
- Title: Stormy Weather / Linger Awhile
- Genre: Pop
- Formats: ASF VOX AAC TTA VQF WAV DMF
- MP3 album: 1203 mb
- FLAC album: 1396 mb
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Stormy Weather, Linger Awhile (Shellac, 10").
Stormy Weather is a live compilation album by various artists released by The Isis Fund in 1998. The record was produced by Don Henley as part of the Walden Woods Project, with which Henley is associated. It features ten covers of songs, all by different female musicians, and was funded by AT&T and the Thoreau Institute.
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Stormy Weather" (song), a 1933 song written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler and first sung by Ethel Waters at The Cotton Club in Harlem. Stormy Weather", a song by the Pixies from their 1990 album Bossanova. Stormy Weather" (Echo & the Bunnymen song), their 2005 single. Stormy Weather", a song by Grime MC Wiley, from his 2006 mixtape "Da 2nd Phaze". Stormy Weather", a song by The Kooks from their 2008 album Konk. Stormy Weather (yacht), the 1934 yacht that won both the 1935 Fastnet race and Trans-Atlantic races.
Backed by an orchestra arranged and conducted by her husband Lennie Hayton, Horne digs into such tunes as "Mad About the Boy," "Stormy Weather," "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home," and "Just One of Those Things. The music swings but is middle-of-the-road pop rather than jazz. However, Lena Horne is heard throughout in top form, and this set is easily recommended to her fans.
Oh my life is so bare Gloom and misery everywhere Stormy weather Since my girl and I been together, yeah Oh, it keeps raining all the while. Oh, since you went away The blues walked in and met me If you don't come back I tell ya that rocking chair's gonna get me I hope and I pray That the lord above will let me Walk in the sun Once more.
Stormy Weather soundtrack from 1943, composed by Various Artists. Released by Kritzerland in 2015 (KR 20029-7) containing music from Stormy Weather (1943). The sound is excellent mono, and this is an album every serious film score collector will want, and an album that any musical theatre aficionado will need to have, as well as any fan of some of the greatest entertainers show business ever had. We're releasing this in conjunction with the new Twilight Time Blu-ray of the film, which we recommend highly.