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Download Charles Agnew And His Stevens Hotel Orch. - Don't Blame Me / Trouble In Paradise
Performer: Charles Agnew And His Stevens Hotel Orch.
Title: Don't Blame Me / Trouble In Paradise
Released: 1935
Label: Columbia
Country: US
Catalog #: 2973-D
Genre: Pop
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 636
Formats: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
FLAC size: 1800 mb
MP3 size: 1628 mb


1Trouble In Paradise
2Don't Blame Me


  • VocalsStanley Jacobson


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 152439
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 152441


Don't Blame Me is a 1995 solo guitar album Marc Ribot and released on the Japanese DIW label. The album was recorded in New York City and features several interpretations of jazz standards, showtunes, and modern jazz compositions as well as three improvisations by Ribot. Ribot stated Thats my favorite out of the batch. First, I like doing cover tunes. But those are standards with a secret agenda: they were all covered before me by Thelonius Monk or Albert Ayler. Old Man River was covered by Albert. 1933-USA-Archives-1933-07-25-Charles-Agnew-Stevens-Hotel-Orch-Dont-Blame-Me. Internet Archive Python library also Dont Blame Me My Last Years Girl and To Be Or Not To Be In Love. Digital restoration by Bob Moke from the original 78rpm: Royal Blue Columbia 2793-D - Trouble In Paradise Schwartz-Ager-Wever by Charles Agnew and his Stevens Hotel Orchestra, vocal by Stanley. Don't Blame Me is a popular song with music by Jimmy McHugh and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. The song was part of the 1932 show Clowns in Clover and was published in 1933. Popular versions that year were recorded by Ethel Waters, Guy Lombardo, and Charles Agnew. It was a No. 21 hit for Nat King Cole in 1948. The song received two significant rock era remakes: a ballad version by the Everly Brothers in 1961 which reached No. 20 on Billboard and an up-tempo version by Frank Ifield which reached No. Charles Agnew and His Stevens Hotel Orchestra 1933, 13. Nat King Cole 1948, a re-release from a 1944 Nat King Cole Trio recording, 21. The Everly Brothers 1960, 20. Chart information used by permission from Joel Whitburn's Pop Memories 1890-1954. Dont Blame Me has long been a favorite of musicians and music fans, jazz or otherwise. Paul McCartney says of John Lennon. McLean plays wonderfully on the rest of this album, but Dont Blame Me is a tight, swinging trio feature for the rhythm section of Walter Bishop, Jr. Paul Chambers and Art Taylor. Noah Baerman. Thelonious Monk Criss-Cross 2003, Sony Original recording, 1963, Legacy. Don Redman & His Orchestra - Trouble Why Pick On Me 06:21. Joseph Robechaux And His New Orleans Rhythm Boys - Saturday Night Fish Fry Drag. Charles Agnew And His Hotel Stevens Hotel Orch - Don't Blame Me. Jay Wilbur And His Band - 'Dames' Film Selectin. Blame It on the Bellboy original title. 1h 18min Comedy 24 January 1992 UK. Several strangers converge on a hotel in Venice, Italy, where a bellboy's bad English sets them up to clash against each other in a hilarious case of mistaken identity. Director: Mark Herman. Charles Agnew and his Hotel Stephens Orchestra, released on Columbia Records. Leo Reisman & his Orchestra with vocal by Howard Phillips, July 11, 1933. Released on Victor 24359. Ethel Waters July 18, 1933. also included on the album At the Supper Club recorded May 1946. Betty Garrett with orchestra directed by Harold Mooney on December 12, 1947. Released on MGM Records 10180. Your Cheatin' HeartYou Don't Know MeI'm SorryMy PrayerSixteen CandlesDon't Blame MeCan't. Ray Charles & Brenda Lee & The Platters & The Crests & The Everly Brothers & Elvis Presley. There's trouble in paradise And heaven's not the same The angels sit and cry They say it's such a shame They'd like our love To be just like before Then the trouble in paradise Will be no more Calling all angels Calling all angels Calling all angels, ooh Calling all angels Calling all angels Calling all angels, ooh. Charles Agnew and his Hotel Stephens Orchestra. Terence Blanchard with Cassandra Wilson Let's Get Lost 2001. King Cole October 1938, July 1944, November 21, 1944, May 19, 1945, July 14, 1955. Perry Como's earliest known recording of the song was broadcast Monday, May 3, 1943 from New York City as part of Columbia Presents Perry Como. He recorded the song as part of a Chesterfield Supper Club program in 1945 or 1946 that was rebroadcast by the AFRS as AFRS Supper Club 283. a b Don't Blame Me 1932. Archived from the original on February 23, 2009
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