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Frankie Carle And His Orchestra - Little Jack Frost Get Lost flac album

Frankie Carle And His Orchestra - Little Jack Frost Get Lost flac album
  • Performer Frankie Carle And His Orchestra
  • Title Little Jack Frost Get Lost
  • Date of release 1948
  • Style Big Band
  • Other formats MPC DTS AHX TTA AUD MP3 AAC
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1793 mb
  • Size FLAC 1774 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 869

I know it's been sung by other artists, but Frankie and his daughter Marjorie (on vocals) did by far THE best version in my opinion. I could just play this on repeat all night. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

CD audio, originally issued on 78rpm: Columbia 38354 - Little Jack Frost Get Lost (Stillman-Ellis) by Frankie Carle & his Orchestra, vocal by Marjorie Hughes, recorded October 1947. be/h7EqNPYkJ78 Saturday Night Is The Loneliest.

Little Jack Frost Get Lost. by. Frankie Carle and His Orchestra feat.

LyricsLittle Jack Frost, Get Lost. Marjorie Hughes, Frankie Carle and His Orchestra.

Frankie Carle Orchestra songs download, free online mp3 listen. Frankie Carle, Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Twelfth Street Rag. album: The Early Years. Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - The Syncopated Doll. Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Dinah. Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Semper Fidelis. Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Ida, Sweet as Apple Cider. album: Live in Hollywood. Marjorie Hughes & Frankie Carle & His Orchestra - Little Jack Frost, Get Lost. album: Christmas! Christmas! Christmas! Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - Penguin At The Waldorf - Original Mono. Frankie Carle and His Orchestra - It's All Over Now - Original Mono.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Little Jack Frost Get Lost
Vocals – Marjorie HughesWritten-By – Stillman*, Ellis*
B I Couldn't Stay Away From You
Vocals – Gregg LawrenceWritten-By – Raleigh*, Wayne*

Notes

Billboard Magazine Record Review: November 27, 1948, p.174

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A matrix): HCO 2607
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B matrix): CO 38533
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): HCO 2607 1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): CO 38533 1A

Talk about Frankie Carle And His Orchestra - Little Jack Frost Get Lost


Yanki
I sought out this 10" for a lonnnnng time, and when I finally found it (in near mint condition), the sound was even sweeter. 78's always sound so much better to me than a CD. You get to hear the true rawness of how a record sounded back in the day. Besides, there is something quite gratifying about owning an original recording of one of your favorite songs from the pre/post-war era. This record in particular is a treasured favorite of mine to listen to during Christmas. I know it's been sung by other artists, but Frankie and his daughter Marjorie (on vocals) did by far THE best version in my opinion. I could just play this on repeat all night.