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George Siravo And Hal McIntyre - Dancing In The Dark flac album

George Siravo And Hal McIntyre - Dancing In The Dark flac album
  • Performer George Siravo
  • Title Dancing In The Dark
  • Date of release 1957
  • Other formats DTS TTA VOC APE ASF DXD AC3
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1803 mb
  • Size FLAC 1772 mb
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Slow Dancing in the Dark" (stylized in all caps) is a song by Japanese singer-songwriter Joji. It is the second single from his debut album, Ballads 1. The song was written by Joji and produced by Patrick Wimberly. The song was chosen as BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac's Hottest Record in the World for 18 September 2018

Dancing in the Dark" is a popular American song, with music by Arthur Schwartz and lyrics by Howard Dietz, that was first introduced by John Barker in the 1931 revue The Band Wagon. The song was first recorded by Bing Crosby on August 19, 1931 with Studio Orchestra directed by Victor Young, staying on the pop charts for six weeks, peaking at and helping to make it a lasting standard

Bruce Springsteen's official music video for 'Dancing In The Dark'. I get up in the evening and I ain't got nothing to say I come home in the morning I go to bed feeling the same way I ain't nothing but tired Man I'm just tired and bored with myself Hey there baby, I could use just a little help. You can't start a fire You can't start a fire without a spark This gun's for hire even if we're just dancing in the dark.

Dancing in the Dark may refer to: Dancing in the Dark (1949 film), a film based on a play by Howard Dietz. Dancing in the Dark (1986 film), a film directed by Leon Marr. Dancing in the Dark", a 1977 episode of Charlie's Angels. Dancing in the Dark", a 1989 episode of The Golden Girls. Dancing in the Dark, a 1995 made-for-TV-movie starring Victoria Principal. Dancing in the Dark (album), by Sonny Rollins. Dancing in the Dark, a jazz album released in 1992 by the Fred Hersch Trio.

Rights Society: ASCAP. Matrix, Runout (label A): SKB-631.

About Dancing in the Dark. The first single off of Springsteen’s seminal album Born In The . this track was written two years after most of the other songs on the album. Producer Jon Landau thought the new album lacked a guaranteed hit and pushed Springsteen to draft one more song. The two men got into a brief altercation, after which Bruce wrote Dancing in the Dark about his ‘difficulty writing a hit single and his frustration trying to write songs that will please people’. Dancing In The Dark became Springsteen’s highest charting single the Boss has ever had, spending four weeks in the position of the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1984. It also spent six weeks at on the Mainstream Rock chart. This single is also Springsteen’s only to be certified platinum. Did this single receive any accolades?

Dancing in the Dark, by composer Arthur Schwartz and lyricist Howard Dietz, was introduced in the 1931 Broadway revue, The Band Wagon, considered by many critics to be their finest score. Another aspect of the show which contributed to its popularity was the cleverness of the sketches on which Dietz collaborated with noted playwright, drama critic, and humorist George S. Kaufman.

Songs from Dancing in the Dark by Al Bowlly, Arthur Schwartz. Free download and listen Dancing in the Dark.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 George Siravo And His Orchestra Dearly Beloved
Written-By – Kern*, Mercer*
A2 George Siravo And His Orchestra Humoresque
Written-By – Dvorak*
A3 George Siravo And His Orchestra Isn't It Romantic
Soloist, Trumpet – Chris Griffin Written-By – Hart-Rogers*
A4 George Siravo And His Orchestra Barbecue Riffs
Written-By – Siravo*
A5 George Siravo And His Orchestra Let's Call It A Day
Written By – D. GeorgeWritten-By – Siravo*
B1 Hal McIntyre And His Orchestra That Old Black Magic
Vocals – Frankie LesterWritten-By – Arlen*, Mercer*
B2 Hal McIntyre And His Orchestra Body And Soul
Vocals – Frankie LesterWritten-By – Heyman*, Eyton*, J. Green*, Sour*
B3 Hal McIntyre And His Orchestra I Get A Kick Out Of You
Written-By – Cole Porter
B4 Hal McIntyre And His Orchestra Indian Summer
Written-By – Dubin*, Herbert*
B5 Hal McIntyre And His Orchestra Dancing In The Dark
Written-By – Dietz-Schwartz*