14 Burst results for "Harry Warren"

"harry warren" Discussed on Lexicon Valley

Lexicon Valley

06:23 min | 11 months ago

"harry warren" Discussed on Lexicon Valley

"So e on those three words. Ca shots lear. Seen plural is indicated with three different. Sounds so if you deal with spanish which is just. It's very loving to the second language learner. Who speaks something like english. You've got like the white houses. Las gus us blunk us. How hard hard could that be. But in russian e and you just kind of have to know there are many different plural. And they're going to pop up even when you say. Something is compact as every happy family. Then there's something that really is just magnificent kick in the head. Every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way so kostya this just leah. That's unhappy leah. Seem your family is unhappy in its own way is unhappy as just the first time. It's just leave the second time. It's just lever. Why because with an adjective. It's different if it's before the noun as opposed to if it's a predicate for those of you know little bit of schoolbook grammar attributive adjective the red book predicate adjective. The book is read so attributive. Unhappy unhappy family. Is you just leave us senior but if the is unhappy than the family is just lever and it's a different form and the accent is different. It just does that to you and you find yourself just in awe. It's like when star wars. I came out in first of all. It was originally called star wars. There's the back shift in just to see the opening credits. That was a special effect at the time. Well michelle slavia shas lever and the fact that there are people who actually speak this language without effort absolutely amazing then little things like the wife found out you not nala okay. Now if i were the wife and let's say that that meant that was a husband. Let's say i was removed. Then it would be moved. Who's now that's find out but if you're a woman who's now doesn't work now in other words you've even got gender on the verbs in russian. If you're used to romance languages you know that french does a little of that. But when spanish not in that way whereas in russia. And if you're in the past you have to indicate whether it's masculine or feminine gina who's nala not just as you know was not then there's case and that means that russian has one of those languages like latin and greek where to put it in a really goofy way. The nouns conjugate just like the verbs. You have to know all these endings and so the husband was in a liaison so most bull noticed that little move will the siasi. The husband was in you. Know connections with this governess moosh but then a little while later. The wife of yellow moves you. She tells the husband moves. You the all is because she's telling it to him. You have to stick that little thing on there and of course that little thing is different. Depending on what flavor of noun it is and to an extent you just have to master. This russian gives you this and then of course. There's irregularity all over the place. It is mount everest and finally just a little thing like she can't live with him in one house vob norm. Don't you in one house the at nome dome. yeah now. you would think that if you're talking about one house and you're thinking about spanish and like casa blanca haussa white. Well then it would be something like vodno m- dome or if it's going to be dome. Yeah it's going to be vadym yet. Domino vodka gnome dome. Yeah both of them are for locations in one house. But if it's an adjective like the one is here then you have own but then on the noun itself. It's yeah this just goes on and on so you have to think about this sort of thing you know how far you're gonna get with something like duo lingo with all due respect with a language that presents you with this much you just have to be immersed in it. You've got to really have a whole lot of input to get this right and not have a stroke while you're speaking. It's this language where frankly it's like it's got a whip. And it's it's beating you into submission. It's like you're taking orders from it. It's like it's nineteen thirty five and there's a song nobody cares about even then called. I'd love to take orders from you written by harry warren and al dubin and and says if because it's played in looney tunes and in a really ancient musical that nobody cares about called shipmates forever that you love this song and you've loved it for a very long time and you feel like for your last slate episode playing the person who introduced it al jolson actually singing it over eighty years ago. So that's the explanation for the quality. Here that has him doing it on the radio. this is. i'd love to take orders from you. And i do mean that you all around here. I know that one that one thing i have but i'm going in what plan i'll be with nails. You get a whole lot more than a url. You get an all in one. Marketing platform helped drive sales. 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"harry warren" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"harry warren" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

"Of my favorite composers authors schwartz sincere tonight. Jimmy mchugh jerome. Kern sigmund romberg fritz. Kreisler harold arlen. Harry warren morton gould album. I can't get along with anybody. wear them out. Probably with your writing. Keychains can't stand. They're getting up getting them up so early in the morning. That was the one issue that her collaborators would often have with her because she was like a machine. She was very disciplined. She got up first thing in the morning and wrote she would typically right from about eight until lunch time and she would take a break and watch soap opera at eat lunch and then she would work again for a couple of hours in the afternoon Since she was very disciplined she wrote on yellow legal pads with a blue pencil. She said i would work until the the wastebasket was full of trash like she would write and then crumple up papers and throw them away and and keep what was good and throw away. What wasn't i. And then she was done for the day and in fact her son. David told me that he never saw his mom work. He would go to school and come home and by the time he got home. She was done working and was his mom. That was you know she was off the clock as a worker now. That doesn't sound like a whole lot of theater artists than i know about you. So that became tricky for her all male. She always wrote with the male collaborators and they didn't work that way right they work. She was concerned. Obviously about not only an ira ryder. But i also have a husband. And she'll bring ninety to care for so she structured her day and she did this even early on before she had a family but but certainly after that that was how her was structured. She her family was her priority. And it became a rub particularly with psycho man who was very much a bachelor when they were working together and certainly the idea of working at eight. Am until three pm taking a break to watch all my children or whatever was not the way cycle and so that was there was a little bit of a rub their with coleman in particular that she worked that way but but that's always how she worked always always always. You're apart from her brother. Of course she wrote with so many iconic legends of songwriting from porter to kern and a slew of others and was it her father's connections in any way that helped that or did she really from day. One have to kind of set her own path and find these connections and collaborators. Well here's a really interesting thing So her father is really credited with starting the careers rodgers and hart professionally speaking so the story is told of Richard rodgers was seventeen at the time. And dorothy was fifteen fields. Family was summering and far rockaway as they always summer somewhere in fact dorothy was born as they suffered alan hirsch new jersey but they they summit at different places around new york city. They had to be close enough to the city so the flu had to go in either to star in a show or to take care of showed that he was producing. He could get there quickly but yet rose in. The four children could still enjoy the vacation. I believe richard rodgers was a student at columbia at this time and he had written songs for amateur theatricals which were very popular in new york at the time and he a friend of his was renting the house next door to the fields. This house on far rockaway and his name was love. It and so phil let arranged for his buddy richard rodgers to come to the fields house to play a song for liu and sure enough. He did richard rodgers wrote in his autobiography. That dorothy fields had the prettiest brown eyes he'd ever seen and that s he played for lou. He was really trying more to impress dorothy than to impress. Lou but But the fact remained that lou loved what he wrote and put it immediately into one of his shows. And really launched richard rodgers and lorenz hart to superstardom but it also launched a flirtation but more a friendship between rogers and fields and they would maintain that throughout their lives but yet they never did a show together. Well richard rodgers produced shows that dorothy rent he produced and get your gun but yeah they'd never wrote a show together. No isn't that interesting because they were very close particularly early on. They performed in shows as kids. Like i said those amateur theatricals which i really was unfamiliar with until i was doing the research for this book. But they were a big deal they would be performed at places like the plaza hotel or the worth And they were just kids. Usually early twenties or late teens would get together to put on a show and richard was already involved in and got dorothy and herbert both involved in it so they performed together then but that was you know that was. Just kids having fun But they never professionally. They never wrote a show together so all of that to say they were running in. She was running in the artistic circles. In fact one of those amateur musicals oscar hammerstein wrote a lyric for. He was not coupled up with rogers at that point. He rogers riding with heart but oscar hammerstein. Who was a couple years older and it was a student also at columbia. Then richard rodgers wrote a lyric. It was this whole five atias. Wonderful young spirited. I mean just had to be an incredible time to be in new york. And she rubbed elbows from a very early age with george gershwin and ira gershwin and all of those that whole crowd. They were very close and was the fact that she was a woman. Did that ever come into play with the people that she worked with. I mean i mean certainly like her father. Her father wanted her to marry someone who had a good career and certainly societally. That was the role for women to be homemakers and housewives. Absolutely did that play a part in any of the collaborations or the work that she did yes she would say no she would say that everybody. There was no difference in the way that she was treated. She never felt discriminated against. She always felt like she was just one of the club and obviously other people experience things very differently but her experience was that she was beloved. Dorothy she was apparently just witty and vivacious and so good to her friends and and and just a force to be reckoned with an obviously incredibly talented. She had zero interest in the life that her parents wanted for her. She wanted nothing to do with marrying and settling down like her sister had done now. She she did mary and she had two children but she did it later. In life shula's let's see her son. David was born in nineteen forty so dorothy would have been thirty six. Is you know. I was thirty five when i had my first child. But that was in two thousand twelve you know. She had her first shot at thirty six and nineteen forty so she was definitely Bucking the norms she. She wanted to have her career and then when her career was rolling she had her family so she had it both ways on her terms. You mentioned that. She only worked with male writers as far as collaborating. Did she ever seek out work with women. Well it's interesting so mary. Rogers was composing. She probably had done. I'm not exactly sure of the online. But she probably had done once upon a mattress at this time. So shoes probably early twenties. And dorothy was without a collaborator. This pre cy coleman. It was late late fifties so she had just done redhead with albert. Hague ran into mary. Rogers and said would you think about writing a song together. Mary was composer. Dorothy was the lyricist. Seems like a great combination. Right and mary said in a really really interesting interview that she of course wanted to write a song. It's worth fields. I mean she was dorothy fields for pete's sake but she said i remember telling her no because i felt like i needed a may i needed to work with a man like you felt like you needed that man there to give you Validity almost at. Maybe other women felt that same way but that definitely is an interesting.

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"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The 19 sixties in that last stretch of music, and as Yogi Berra would have directed us. We took the fork, and it was a good choice to here. The song about a quarter to nine. The melody by Harry Warren and something that comes from an entirely different time in the American music story revived in the sixties by the group called the Electric Prunes. Before that, in the same year of 1967, the chart topping to Sir with love by Lulu from the touching film of the same name, Sidney Poitier. Nellie Mukai, reviving Mrs Brown, You've got a lovely daughter and Kitty Kallen for cute new standards on W N. Y C. Paul Cavalcanti with Woody Herman, the singing bandleader. Making would be another bride. Another June another sunny honeymoon. Another season. Another reason for making whoopee a lot of shoes. A lot of rice. The groom is nervous. He answers twice. It's really killing that he's so willing to make would be Picture a little love nest weighed down with roses clean picture the same sweet love n'est think what a year can bring washing dishes. Baby clothes is some ambitious, even souls. But don't forget, folks. That's what you get folks for making whoopee. Hmm. Oh, Yeah. Another year or maybe list. What's this? I hear well, can't you get she feels neglected and he's suspected Making love be. She sits along most every night. He doesn't phone her. He doesn't write. He says he's busy. But she says, is he Is making will be it doesn't make much money on lift. I'm 1000 murders. Some judge thinks he's funny. He says he'll pay six, he says. Now, Judge suppose I failed, the judge says much right in a chair. You better keep her. I think it's cheaper, then making will be That's what the man's hand it takes the whole out of rare do make me Snow is no and Wind is blowing I can wear the star. What do I care? How much it may storm got my love to keep me warm. Can't remember a worse December. Watch those icicles for But do I care? Icicles form. Got my love to keep me what Off with my overcoat. Off with my glove. Who needs an old cold? I'm burning with love my heart's on fire. Flame grows higher. I will wear with stuff. But do I care? How much it may storm got my love to keep me one. Yeah. Hearts on fire fire gets higher. Oh, will weather the star? What do I can? How much it may storm. I've got my love. I got my love. I got my love to keep me.

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"harry warren" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"harry warren" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Their way. Angels dining. At the Ritz and the night and girls hang in Barclays Square. I may be right. I may be wrong, but I'm perfectly willing to swear that win you time, Andre Smile with me tonight and Girl sang in Barclays Square. The moon that lingered over London town. More puzzles. Move you were from How could he know Wayne Love? Whole done. World seemed upside down. The streets of town were paved with stars. It was such a romantic affair. Way Kiss. Onders said. Good night tonight and girl sign Bar, please square. Streets of town paid with stars. It was such a romantic affair, Way kissed, Andre said. Good night. Oh, night, and girls sang in Barclays Square. I know because I was there that night involved square. Every kiss. Every hug seems to act just like a drug. You're getting to be a habit with me. Let me stay in your arms. I'm addicted to your charms. You're getting to be a habit with me. Yeah. I used to think your love was something that I could take or leave alone. But now I couldn't do without my supply. I need you for my own boy can't break away. I must have you every day is regularly is coffee or tea. You've got me in your clutches and I can't get free. You're getting me happened with me. Well, I can't break away. I must have you every day. Regularly is coffee or tea. You've got me in your clutches and I can't get free. You're getting me I have it with you Get to be a habit with me. A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square was formally introduced by Judy Campbell and New Faces Review in London in April of 1940. Son was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1962 album, Sinatra sings Great Songs from Great Britain, You're Getting to be a habit with me, was written by Harry Warren and algebra and was recorded by Frank 1956. The next song is featured in Frank Sinatra's.

"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:27 min | 1 year ago

"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Call me irresponsible. Call me on reliable. Throw in undependable too. Do my foolish boy. Well, I'm not too clever, just adore Call me on predictable. Tell me, I'm in practical. Rainbow I'm inclined to pursue call me irresponsible. Yes. Buddy on Irresponsibly for Call me irresponsible. Yes, it's on. Responsibly. Four. Can't you see that? Level. D'oh. Can't you see that? Can you see the dangers? Son Lane. I'm heading back. Uh uh. Um, head No. Oh, I was spent. What is there to do? When has passed you then they came. Now here, so spoon, not buy the stuff. But just by you That My My long days. And life is like so The skies. My heart was wrapped in clover. Nine. Uh, Audrey, that I can speak to Dreams can co founder Trust my cheese. Ah, you smile. Then the spell was K. No way. For you. I found the tree that I can speak to. I dream that I can come. I found my cheek to You smoke? The spell Wass k Way. You are. Harry Warren had already broken our hearts with great.

"harry warren" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"harry warren" Discussed on Pantheon

"Any partner now. La You are the most experienced when it comes to. Of the three of us. Thank you. Will have very little limited experience. You actually studied it and that was your profession for long authority. So so much. So what I'm wondering here is how difficult is it to just be destroyed man all the time. Well. Okay. So to be the straight man can. Order I first of all, it's not like that does it require talent yet to be the straight man, you still have to be able to deliver your lines in a humorous manner while understanding that you are not going to be the complete because look at George Burns and Gracie Allen. George Burns was straightening man. Gracie. Was the one that was authorize. And We look at the two of them and their great haring. But I think it's just as hard to be the straight man as it is to be the Wackadoo because you have to kind do backwards in deals. You have to do it in a straight laced manner without cracking. And that it'd be really hard and I think it also depends on the the other party because you know comedy is a lot of it's based in subverting expectations so I think it's a straight. Your responsibility is to set the expectation which aligns with where the audience think things are going and in the Wackadoo takes out. So fine line and then then how okay. So that's the actual delivery part of it. If you're never the one that's getting the laughs, how hard is that it can act I think he can be rough but I feel like if you're a really good effective straightening, did you ever watch that show Oh you'll definitely also. Okay. So. Was the straight man and kitty was your your your your wacky sidekick and I feel like they both shared the the laugh track I feel like. If, you do effectively being that straight man can get you a lot of laps, Jason Bateman interesting development, and think poster boy for that. I don't think he ever know that show. It up I guess I can kind of see it but. You have to be the one that is you have to be the Buster Keaton in the door frame like the house is falling down around you and you have to remain stable. So. Tough. But people did laugh. But partly because of things like that magazine cropping dig Martin's picture just run one of Louis and of reviewers Saint, oh. Yeah. He's a solid straight man but I mean Louis is the real talent of this outset that kind of started to to wear a Martin a little bit. Hey, he did fulfill the rest of his contract, but the two were now frequently arguing at one point during an argument Martin. Apparently yelled at Lewis quote you're nothing to me but. How yeah. Very out. How do you really feel? Okay. Well, speaking of dollar signs I, believe that it's time for us to take a short break so that we can see dollar signs. WITH DONALD BILL With, some of our sponsors. So check those out. We'll be right back. Our and we're back. In back into Dino Dean. Martin the Deman-. Aching to insure the one joke, the amazing the. Cop As. I felt a comment. It was right there and. So. So when last we left you. Not Martin and Lewis Refuting to the point that Martin had said to him you're nothing but. An dollar sign to me the two did stage a farewell show at the Cup Abana Club on July twenty. Fifth Nineteen fifty-six. Ten years to the day since they had I teamed up on stage the two would not speak to one another for twenty years she's in crackers. And would not establish a real relationship again for ten years beyond that and think about the fact that they were. So close at one point that Jerry Lewis was the best man at Dave Martin's wedding. Or this. This was an and it's so long ago that it's it's a lot of people forget about it. We're talking about one of the most popular comedy group Duos in History of the of of comedy. They were mammoth Lee successful. Even. Clinton Tarantino mentioned their names as a way to get a milkshake in pulp fiction ninety four. but I wouldn't talk to one another. Not Not I mean literally, they would not speak to one another for for twenty years and whatnot relationship are really for about thirty after. Wow. Throughout his Rome with Louis was developing his signature crooning singing style and after releasing several singles in the late forties and early fifties it which included one top ten hit called powder your face with sunshine. He. Actually released his first album. More. For cocaine or? Doesn't it doesn't it? It's right up there with chasing the white snake. Names. Rails of toot. WHITESNAKE got their name. Know that means something else. Okay. Got It. Thank you moving on. You. Got It. All right. Let's just move along. He actually released his first album Dean Martin sings in nineteen fifty three. The album was recorded in two sessions in one evening in November of nineteen, fifty, two, and seven of the eight songs were featured in the Martin and Lewis Movie The stooge. One of those songs that ended up on an extended twelve inch inch version of the album and twelve inches would quite a couple of light snakes. On. Earlier. was. That's a Maure. which was aiming third highest charting hit of Martin's career reaching number two on the billboard singles chart, and I would say arguably his signature song and we're gonNA users one above it. Might yet right and we will get to that. We're GONNA, WE'RE GONNA we're, GONNA listen to that in just a second but just a little more background. It appeared on the soundtrack for the Martin and Lewis Film The caddy. It was actually Lewis Who Commissioned Harry Warren and Jack Brooks to write the song along with some others. Four Martin in the hopes that it would be a hit for his friend. 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"harry warren" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"harry warren" Discussed on Pantheon

"Yeah did. I love hurry turned it into like almost like this dark rock song. You know yeah there's really nothing electron about it. I. Think that was the Flamingos version the original say they're the guys that not the original because that's actually What's the original pretty much everyone is covering the song. It was written by some composer named Harry Warren and Lyricist Ouled Dublin. But I don't know if you actually ever sing. It looks like one of those standards standards. But you had to you that's great. I didn't I never listened to that. To anything past, shallow and profound with as far. Gender Boil Go. Yes. So cool. Anyway that's just random. So. Yeah I think that's all we had did. We have another one that we're gonNA talk about towards the end here. Yeah we'll. We'll talk about it at the end after what you hurts but I just want to give a huge. Thank you to John Hughes for sharing all this music with us. You know we're only really only just begun day. We're GONNA do this for the next three weeks I know but due to like maybe none of us would have ever heard this music if John Hughes didn't put it on various believes that that's very true unless you're looking for it or unless you found it, you know yeah you. Donald upon it but I mean, yeah, that's definitely the case with some of the bands that that became a huge success because they were featured on a John Hughes film like talked about earlier with symbol minds. There's other examples like that. We'll talk about in the next few weeks of anyway Yeah. We scratched scratched the surface. Obviously there's a lot more music shows up on this movie If you if you haven't. I would encourage you to pull up spotify. You can find plenty of people that are put together Ferris bueller soundtrack playlist on spotify because I don't think the the official record it's not is on there. It's not on spotify but yeah, same with Youtube you can find people put together Yeah Youtube playlists of of the the soundtrack bail. What's great about? spotify people there on really random stuff like the I dream of Jeannie theme song you know shows. For half a second while Ferris's danced around in his room, right right after he convinces his parents to leave him alone for the idea. I'm so glad that I just read this name because I wanted to mention this. One of the artists that on the soundtrack. At a really cool song to it's called bad by band called big audio dynamite and I mentioned last week on our seals resort and I knew that that band's sound familiar to me it's probably 'cause I heard. A southern name on the on the sound it's important. But yeah, I think he was the the roommate or something like that of seal was in big audio dynamite. So what a small fucking world we live ended really but yeah and also like we sort of touched on the actual score by IRA newborn, also a huge huge part of the the movie you know because it added that sort of background element and you know it's kind of the point where making like did a perfect job. Personifying the two main characters. Yeah. Music format and a really great. The other Sean that we're GonNa talk about later kind of did the same thing. So. Sure. Anyway. Let's do our what you heard skew. Why don't you first so I gotTA give another shot out to the vinyl community on read it. I can't tell you now how many great albums and artists I've discovered. Just with people sharing record that they picked up, you know I don't know if you're a part of that suburb a dude by highly recommend checking out because there's always something interesting to find on there. So. Does the name Jonathan Richmond mean anything you. Not off the top of my head. Okay. So you know the guy that's sitting up in the tree playing guitar and there's something about Mary. Yeah. Song for yeah. That's Jonathan Richmond. In a few of Those move what Harley Brotherston than him yeah. Farley brothers he he's like the house band in some bar in kingpin, which is one of my favorite movies by the Farley brothers. anyways. So one of his albums was posted on the vinyl sub. Read it. And Albany called. Jonathan that came out in ninety two. He just releases a lot of great like Kinda. Surf. Rock Americana I. Guess One January that gets thrown around with him just really. Simple Fun Kinda light-hearted tunes. This song is probably his most popular according to spotify. It's been played the most out of all his songs on spotify. It's an awesome song. Dude I think you're GONNA like it. So. They artists called Jonathan Richmond, and the song is I was dancing in the lesbian bar. Was Dancing at a nightclub one Friday. Nightclub. was. Up Time..

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"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"No way you hold your knife. Way. Dan's still three changed my life. No, that away from me. No, they can't take that. Away from me. Wait may never made again Bumpy Road to still a long way's off way, Keith. The way you hold your knife way. Dan's, The wave. No. Take that away from me. No. They can't take that. Wait. Is an authority and authenticity to Mildred Bailey's voice that perfectly suits the Gershwin Classic. They can't take that away from me. A new song by Norah Jones ahead of that, and now Nat King Cole sings Harry Warren's melody, and I Wish I Knew. Nelson Riddle Arrangement. W N Y C a new standards dot or I wish Someone live. I wish I You place No. One. This. For real..

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"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is the very first song I ever recorded written by Harry Warren I walk along the streets of sorrow the Boulevard jeans west Chicago and cigarettes can you take a kiss without regret so they forget okay jeans he left soon night and cried when you Shanice this Chicago wake up to find that with tears channel broken genes here is where you'll always find five eleven miles and I feature the joy that you fine you cannot keep it along with C. but she still sing a song and dance he then in I had never one do you one one we yes now this he sees it he there has not been let long we the Nancy money the song was created for the movies in nineteen thirty seven film called easy living Leo robin and Ralph Rainger the nineteen thirty seven hit record by Billie Holiday and teddy Wilson was one of the building blocks of her spectacular career she revisited it down the road with Bob Hagrid's orchestra Billie Holliday Tony Bennett reminiscing about his debut single a revival of another song from the nineteen thirties worn into bins the Boulevard of broken dreams fall couple cut a new standards dot org and on the radio in New York for us all to enjoy alone or together on W. NYC vocalist Carol will spend.

"harry warren" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"harry warren" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The right sun shining on his right yes yes well once said that it legacy he needs them it goes back the Jeez I will be away he's getting tell me what for vows to using hearts one three goes back into thank the and that was that's amore composed in nineteen fifty three by Harry Warren and lyricists Jack Brooks became a major hit and a signature song for Dean Martin more the Sinatra hours celebrating the musical blue eyes the king of cool Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin after the news next on seven twenty WGN Tom Patterson here founder and CEO of Tommy John I'm proud to say we've upgraded over one million customers lives with our revolutionary underwear brand we are big on comfort with our revolutionary underwear the legs never ride up the waist band never rolls down and it's impossible to get a wedgie you've got seven hundred fifty products online for men and women supersoft lounge wear polo shirts and more we're so sure you're gonna love the fit and feel Tommy John that it's all backed by our best burial everywhere or it's free guarantee hurry to Tommy John dot com slash best and get twenty five percent off your order though we're apart these days.

"harry warren" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"harry warren" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A nightingale sang in Berkeley square was formally introduced by Judy Campbell and new faces review in London in April of nineteen forty the song was featured in Frank Sinatra's nineteen sixty two album Sinatra sings great songs from Great Britain you're getting to be a habit with me was written by Harry Warren and al Dubin and was recorded by Frank in nineteen fifty six the next song is featured in Frank Sinatra's nineteen sixty two album Sinatra in swing and brass here's don't you go away mad I must confess what you say is true I had a that's the only she you've got a but you they I have a three year this he said what is you come on and give me just they now seven three what I what is for come on and give me the they don't go I understand that set what is come on in his they they now those who and more.

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"harry warren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"harry warren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The bigger the tip glass you know you get more tips because it looked like there was less money in it I learned all the tricks you know to you know to get money that's that tips were the big thing that is so funny but when you went to LA you once told me that it was I'm still around a name everyone knows his way around is that a true story introduced you to the garage one yes June the van Oscars widow Oscar Levant was famous for saying things like Elizabeth Taylor ought to get a divorce and settle down and he said that he knew Doris Day before she became a virgin but yes I met you in the van because I was a fan of Oscar the Vance AT and she introduced me to the Gershwin family and I spent six years working for IRA and in that time I met all of his contemporaries who were still with this I met Leonard Bernstein and other custom on its income than a green and Lauren Bacall and Burton lane and Harry Warren and so I have to meet all these people who were legends to me they they were so important and I was so lucky because they were the people I wanted to meet you know everybody else wanted to meet the big stars I wanted to meet the songwriters and you told me that at one point you were in the house and the Gershwin home and they opened just secret door or at least it was a door you didn't know about and there was a wealth of songs in material and things that almost blew you wow yes they had a sort of a sequestered toward and inside it was like a Latin skatepark described it as that because it was a collection of.

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"harry warren" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"harry warren" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"North Carolina failed the water quality tests. Because of traces of lead lead is extremely dangerous for anyone but children are much more vulnerable to it, which is why water taps and Eighty-six. Wake. Durham an Orange County schools were tested. The results found that sixteen percent of schools have at least one tap with unsafe levels of lead drew ball of environmental North Carolina says current state law doesn't require schools to test water few school systems across the state have done significant testing for lead and drinking water, and where they've tested they've found unsettling results. The entire state received a failing grade for school water-quality abilities been introduced to spend eight million dollars for water testing. State Representative Harry Warren says a Bill would help schools pay for water test. I think it was important to craft legislation that would require for all of our schools to begin testing. They're drinking water Lynn. Keel. The Nash county man accused of killing his wife is expected to be extradited back to North Carolina today last week, Diana keel, was found dead in a wooded area and edgecomb county wearing only her underwear and a gold ring on her wedding finger. Her husband, Len keel was charged with murder and arrested days later, just miles from the Mexican border. A settlement has been reached for the family of Durham teen who killed herself in jail in two thousand seventeen seventeen year old Eunice Fennell was found hanging in her Durham county detention center cell by a bedsheet the family's lawsuit says she was regularly bullied by inmates in jail Stafford's and investigation showed the jail employees didn't follow protocol and checking honor regularly even after learning. She was a threat to herself yesterday. A six hundred fifty thousand dollar agreement was made with the financials family to settle the wrongful death lawsuit. I'm Cathy white. When's continued Augusta in from the west near twenty two? Whatever party party city.

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"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:50 min | 3 years ago

"harry warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are better than one two heads together dance big out to arms around you. Terrorist. Now that you've done with Carrie yoga, you'll never care to do the. And then you'll realize the blue van Boola through tomorrow morning. You'll discover. Just carry on. True love just for you. Two. Good. One of the couple of Astaire associations in just the year of nineteen thirty four for nominees. The film came out the year earlier it was flying down to Rio and karaoke, son. Thereby Mel Torme before that we heard another also ran nominated change partners from carefree nineteen thirty eight one of two Irving Berlin tunes nominated from different films. Now, it can be told was nominated from the nineteen thirty eight release Alexander ragtime band, Alexander's ragtime and so change partners. And then lovely to look at David Allen. The song originated in Roberta and was nominated in nineteen thirty five it was beaten out by a tune which will here in a moment by the next composer who is one of the emblematic people of the nineteen thirties, and who was nominated in the year of nineteen thirty eight very busy year with many different songs from different walks of musical life nominated Harry Warren, and there's that Johnny Mercer again for Jeepers creepers nominated in thirty eight from going places. Oscar Sunday, WNYC songbook. Did you get those people? Creeper? Get up. How they get. So. God. So. How get. When the term those. Put. Where those people. We. You get those out. God aids e. When you turn those heaters. Where did you get those? We. Todd. Bye. Bye. Doc deal. Manhattan babies don't. The be. The. Paul. Apply. Shit. You hear a daddy? Baby goes. The winner in chapter nineteen thirty five from gold diggers of nineteen thirty five lullaby of Broadway by Harry, Warren, and.

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