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Oh! What It Seemed To Be - Various - All-Time Sentimental Favorites (Box Set)


1990
Label: Readers Digest - RB7-099-1, 2-4, WCD4-5931, 2-4 • Format: Box Set Compilation • Genre: Jazz, Classical, Folk, World, & Country •
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The song was most popular inand was taken to number 1 that year by both Frank Sinatra Dauer Karte - Narcotic Agents - The Techno Minimal Underground (File) the Frankie Carle orchestra, the latter with Marjorie Hughes on vocals.

The song was first published in [3] by Abilene Music, Inc. It also spent nineteen weeks on Your Hit Paradeeight of them in the top position. Carle's version was the most popular, staying on the chart for twenty weeks, and topping the chart Visteté - Various - Fiesta Total eleven of those.

Carle was Oh! What It Seemed To Be - Various - All-Time Sentimental Favorites (Box Set) to acknowledge that his vocalist was his daughter, fearing that charges of nepotism would hurt her career if she were not proven to be an effective vocalist in her own right. However, the outstanding success of this song soon caused an announcement that Carle and Hughes were indeed closely Oh!

What It Seemed To Be - Various - All-Time Sentimental Favorites (Box Set). Sinatra's first version of the song was with Axel Stordahl orchestration. Sinatra had told the arranger to not modify it from the version presented by the composers. Sinatra re-recorded the song with Nelson Riddle orchestration for the album Sinatra's Sinatra. The version was less well received, as by this time Sinatra had long moved beyond any babe-in-the-woods persona.

Earlier, Sinatra had performed a version for the Old Gold radio show. A rehearsal take for that show in which Sinatra clowns around by voicing it in the manner of Mickey Katz has found popularity with collectors. Other popular versions were a duet by Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes charting at number 4and Charlie Spivak number 5. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Pop Memories — Popular Music, Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Company.

January 4, Retrieved November 12, The Golden Touch: Frankie Carle. Hit Songs, - The Big Bands 4 ed. Schirmer Books. Simon and Schuster. March 30, March 6, Top Pop Singles: - Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin: Record Research. Record Research. Categories : Frank Sinatra songs songs. Namespaces Article Talk.

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