Who sang who sang Blue Christmas?
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Answer . "Where Are You?" is the first track listing on the 1957 album "Where Are You?" by Frank Sinatra. The song was written by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh.
There are many songs titled "Is It You". The most recent was recorded by R&B singer Cassie and was released in 2008 as a track on the soundtrack to the motion picture "Step Up 2: The Streets". It charted at #10 on the UK R&B charts, and #85 on the Canadian R&B charts. You can purchase an MP3 o…f that song here: http://www.amazon.com/Is-It-You/dp/B0013AW3H4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1345143499&sr=8-1&keywords=cassie+is+it+you&tag=brainrub-20 One of the more recent popular songs with that title was recorded in 1981 by guitarist Lee Ritnour on his album "Rit". It charted at #15 on June 27th, 1981 You can purchase an MP3 of that song here: http://www.amazon.com/Is-It-You/dp/B00122ERX6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1345143523&s=dmusic&sr=1-1&tag=brainrub-20 ( Full Answer )
LEFT FRONT TIRE LYRICS "The Answer Song" crippled elves do dance around a devil covered by blue dress dairy causes diarrhea, chunky creamy butter cheese bad billy does dope, b*****s and brews, but can't even build a cigarette boat alla bangs booze every day above a bridge behin…d a cave carpet crawler can't eat eagle beef or chicken during day ( Full Answer )
Many singers have recorded this song , but the most popular version is by Bing Crosby
African slaves sang blues music originally. then it developed and Americans started to sing it.
Sam Milby sang this song, is it the one you are looking for? . You and I We're gonnna fly across the sky Higher than high Just You and I You and I We're gonna sail across the sea Free as the breeze Just You and me You and I Floatin' our boat Leavin' a smoke Slowin' our boat … Just lettin' it soak You and I think Song that I sing Ringin' a bell Livin' like heaven... heaven You and I We're gonna groove, make our move Let it lay back Stayin' our track You and I Livin' this life Crying our cry And saying goodbye With tears in our eyes You and I Floatin' our boat Leavin' a smoke Slowin' our boat Just ready to soak You and I think Song that I sing Ringin' our bell Living like heaven... heaven You and I We're gonna fly across the sky Higher than high... Just You and I. ( Full Answer )
Frank Sinatra sang it in 1979. A more recent, probably more popular version was recorded in 1989 by Harry Connick Jr. for the soundtrack to the film "When Harry Met Sally." It's a great version. You can purchase it here: http://www.amazon.com/Had-You-Big-Band-Vocals/dp/B00136RPH6/ref=sr_1_1?ie…=UTF8&qid=1345142011&sr=8-1&keywords=harry+connick+jr.+it+had+to+be+you&tag=brainrub-20 There are literally thousands of recordings of this song. You can see the "Notable" ones here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It_Had_to_Be_You_%28song%29#Notable_recordings ( Full Answer )
Lisa Layne was the singer in the video with Vince Vance and the Valiants. She is from Tyler, TX. LMC Snyder, TX
Elvis Presley is most associated with the song. Originally it was sung by Carl Perkins, until he was in a car accident while on his way to do a stint on tv a week later Elvis was singing it on tv, after that everyone thought Elvis had wrote it and sung it where infact it was the song that got Carl a…nd his brother a contract at Sun records ( Full Answer )
It was sung by Fred Durst by the band Limp Bizkit. Actually that is untrue. Limp Bizkit covered the song. It was recorded by The Who originally, and written by Pete Townshend and released on the album Who's Next.
" Answer Me " is a popular song, originally written (with German lyrics, under the title "Mutterlein") by Gerhard Winkler and Fred Rauch. The English lyrics were written by Carl Sigman in 1952.. After the song was recorded by David Whitfield and Frankie Laine in 1953, the "religious" version was ba…nned by the BBC after complaints. Nevertheless it still reached number one on the UK Singles Chart,  after another version was written by Sigman in which, instead of directing the question to God about why the singer has lost his love, the lyric is addressed directly to the lost lover. In the new lyric, "Answer me, Lord above..." is changed to "Answer me, oh my love..." with other appropriate changes. The new song, entitled "Answer Me, My Love," was again recorded by Laine and Whitfield, but became a bigger U.S. hit for Nat King Cole in 1954.. Whitfield's version reached the top spot in the UK Singles Chart first, followed swiftly by Laine's. On 13 November 1953, for the first but not only time in chart history, one version of a song was knocked off the top by another version of the same song.  Four weeks later, for the only time in British chart history, the two versions of the same song were at number one together.  . see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Answer_Me ( Full Answer )
Well: most recently Michael Jackson. In 1979 Kenny Loggins had a hit with his song also called "This Is It." He recorded it with Michael McDonald. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_Is_It_(Kenny_Loggins_song)
MUD have a look on wikipediait was December the 17th 1974 they had a number one however the Christmas number one of the same year was merry xmas everybody by slade mudd had another numbe one in 1975 on valentines day with secrets that you keep
In my church, JOy to the World! was the traditional, and wide-open recessional number- indeed recessional- and played-out to the max!
Bing Crosby in the movie of the same name. Rosemary Clooney was in the movie with him.
The first public performance of the song was by Bing Crosby, on his NBC radio show The Kraft Music Hall on Christmas Day, 1941.
It has been covered many times, here is a list of some covers: . Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson of the band Heart . Art Paul Schlosser recorded a parody of "Blue Christmas" called "Plaid Christmas" . Billy Eckstine . Billy Idol . Brenda Lee . Bright Eyes with Conor Oberst . Chaim Tannenbaum (on …album The McGarrigle Christmas Hour ) . Clay Walker . Celine Dion . Chris Isaak . Collective Soul . David Frizzell . Dean Martin . Dinning Sisters with Bob Atcher . Dustin Kensrue . Earl Thomas Conley . Elvis Presley, likely the most famous version . Engelbert Humperdinck . Face To Face . Fats Domino . Flee The Seen . Frank Yankovic . George Canyon . Glen Campbell . Harry Connick, Jr. . Highway 101 . Hugo Winterhalter . Jim Reeves . Jingle Cats . Jon Bon Jovi . Joe Perry . John Denver . John Holt . Johnny Cash . Johnny Mathis . Joshua James (folk singer) . Laima . Lawrence Welk . Leon Redbone . Low . Mahogany Christmas Players . Marie Osmond . Mike Denver . Nicole Atkins on The Hotel CafÃ© Presents Winter Songs - a compilation of original recordings and classic holiday tracks sung by a lineup of female singer-songwriters . Porky Pig . Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - first pop version; #13 on Billboard in 1949 . Sawyer Brown . Seymour Swine and the Squealers, an unofficial imitation of Porky Pig (variously attributed to Mark McCollum  ; or Denny Brownlee; or John-Boy and Billy of WRFX-FM  ) . Shakin' Stevens . Sheryl Crow . Stonewall Jackson . The Brian Setzer Orchestra . The Misfits . The Graduate . The Oak Ridge Boys . The Partridge Family . The Perishers . The Platters . The Pretenders . The Ventures . Tom Keifer . Vince Gill . Willie Nelson . Wynonna . Blue Christmas. Doye O'Dell 1948 Exclusive 65X. Russ Morgan (8-31-49), Hugo Winterhalter, Ernest Tubb, Billy Eckstine, Elvis Presley. ( Full Answer )
I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas is a song by John Rox and sang by Gayla Peevey who was 10 years old at the time in 1953
I live in Cleveland Ohio years ago maybe 15 possibly 20 Mel Blank jr was in town promoting his book. when he came on the local radio morning show Lannigan He did a bunch of voices and concluded with Porky Pig's blue Christmas the new owners of that station still play the original recording here and… you can here the DJ and crew laughing in the background ( Full Answer )
"If" is a song written by David Gates and recorded and released byhis band Bread in 1971 on their album "Manna". It hit #4 on theBillboard Hot 100 chart on May 15th, 1971.
"Bobby sang the blues" is part of a line from "Me and Bobby McGee". " Me and Bobby McGee " is a song written by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster.
I think the band is called Eiffel 65, if you're referring to the song "Blue" that goes "I'm blue Da Ba Dee Da Ba Die" LeAnn Rimes had a hit called "Blue" in 1996.
Robert Johnson's song - but since done by many, many artistes including Clapton & Cream.
The song "We Do It" was written by Russell Stone. He was half of the R&B duo "R & J Stone" who released the song in 1976. It peaked at #5 on the UK R&B charts. You can purchase an MP3 of this song here: http://www.amazon.com/We-Do-It/dp/B007IUG0TA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1345146467&s=dmusic&sr=…1-1&tag=brainrub-20 ( Full Answer )
LeAnn Rimes sang a song called Blue, which was also the name of her debut album in 1996. The song was written by Bill Mack. Mack wrote the song 30 years earlier to be recorded by Patsy Cline, but she was killed in a plane crash before recording the song. Bill Mack released his own version of the son…g as did Kenny Roberts back in the 1960's. In 1993, an Australian artist named Catherine Britt released her own version as a single in her native country. ( Full Answer )
"The The" is a UK band fronted by Matt Johnson and formed in 1979, but with albums released from 1983 through 2003. There is no song entitled "The The". I hope this helps.
The song is actually called "Get Here" and was a hit in 1990 for singer Oleta Adams. Adams got her start singing on the Tears for Fears album "Sowing the Seeds of Love", which featured the single "Woman In Chains", on which Oleta Adams sings. You can buy the MP3 of that song here: http://www.amaz…on.com/Get-Here/dp/B000VWRZFA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1345141664&sr=8-1&keywords=oleta+adams+get+here ( Full Answer )
My grandfather told me that the eagles sang it. I myself know that Bon Jovi has sang it, however I'm still looking into who originally sang it. DOYE O'DELL . Blue Christmas. Doye O'Dell 1948 Exclusive 65X. Russ Morgan (8-31-49), Hugo Winterhalter, Ernest Tubb, Billy Eckstine, Elvis Presl…ey, Dean Martin. . source: ORIGINALS PROJECT DICK ROSEMONT ( Full Answer )
Mistletoe and Wine was sung by the 'Peter Pan' of pop music, Sir Cliff Richard. Released in 1988, it was his 99th single release and went on to become his 12th Number one. It was written by Jeremy Paul, Leslie Stewart and Keith Strachan for a TV musical based on The Little Matchgirl in 1986. It was …sung by Twiggy in the TV programme. ( Full Answer )
Blue Christmas was originally sang by Ernest Tubb in 1948. Elvis Presley sang it in 1957 making it a holiday classic. original was DOYE O'DELL... . Blue Christmas. Doye O'Dell 1948 Exclusive 65X. Russ Morgan (8-31-49), Hugo Winterhalter, Ernest Tubb, Billy Eckstine, Elvis Presley.
The song is by the Beatles. it is NOT a Yuletide number by any means.
Hank Williams Jr. wrote and originally sung "The Blues Man". Other singers of the song include Alan Jackson.
The Who, from their 1976 album of the same name "Who Are You". You can purchase the MP3 here: http://www.amazon.com/Who-Are-You-Album-Version/dp/B001NB1P7W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&tag=brainrub-20&qid=1345141731&s=dmusic&sr=1-1
MANY different songs have charted with that title. Here they are: Kenny Rogers, Kim Carnes and James Ingram-1984 Moving Pictures-1983 and 1989 Anne Murray-1973 Don Gibson-1961 Quicksilver Messenger Service-1971 (My personal favorite).
the actress playing Rachel Barry Finn was the backround guy voice then the rest of the Glee Club sang backround â¥
Merv Griffin, the king of the seventies afternoon talk shows and game shows wrote and sang it in 1962 for the city of Duluth, MN. It is now synonomous with the Christmas City of The North Parade which occurs every holiday season in Duluth.
Bing Crosby originally recorded the song in 1943. It's been recorded by several artists since then.
White Christmas Bing Crosby sang "White Christmas" in the movie 'Holiday Inn" in 1942 and later in the remake "White Christmas" in 1954. Several other artists have also sang the song.
Irving Berlin wrote it and I expect that he sang it as he wrote it down on paper. Bing Crosby sang it in a movie called Holiday Inn, made a hit record of it and sang it in another movie that featured it in its title.
The song came from a film, in which it was sung by Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Rosemary Clooney. As for 'definitive' that's a little subjective and may draw different answers. But, the most-frequently-played version - all over the world - is probably the Bing Crosby solo recording.
The song is actually called "I want a Hippopotamus for Christmas". It was written by John Rox, and was sung by 10 year old Gayla Peevey in 1953.
I Think That was a commercial about cars so pretty much no one sang it Sorry:)
"Blue Skies" was written by Richard Rogers (music) and Lorenz Hart (lyrics) in 1927 for the musical Betsy . It was first performed by Belle Baker, who was called out for 24 encores of the song. Al Jolsen performed it in the Jazz Singer also in 1927. It was recorded for the first time the followi…ng year by Ben Selvin. Benny Goodman and his orchestra recorded it in 1935 and 1946. Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire performed it in 1946 in the movie of the same title. Count Basie recorded the song also in 1946. Moon Mulican recorded it as a swing version in 1939. Jim Reeves recorded it as a country version in 1962 and Willie Nelson in 1978. For a more complete list of recording artists and performances, see the related link below. ( Full Answer )
The song is titled "Blue Christmas" and is associated with rock and roll legend Elvis Presley, who first recorded his version of the song in 1957 on Elvis' Christmas Album . It was first recorded in 1948 by Doyle Odell, and then in 1949 by Ernest Tubbs. Although Elvis's rendition is a holiday stap…le, it has also been recorded by such diverse artists as the Beach Boys, Billy idol, Celine Dion, and Andrea Bocelli (in a duet with Reba McEntire). ( Full Answer )
There are a number of songs which go by the title "Christmas Wishes". The song that is most popular, however, was written and sung by Anne Murray. Other variations include "Christmas Wishes" by KidsOne.
'I Want a Hippopotamus for Chrismas' Is a Christmas song which was written by John Roz and also sung and performed by Gayla Peevey who was ten years old at the time.
The song 'Christmas Canon' was sung originally by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. The song 'Christmas Canon' is part of the album 'The Christmas Attic'.
The Caribbean Blue was sung by Eithne Patricia Ni Bharaonain, a singer who is also known as Enya. Eithne Patricia Ni Bjaraonian is an Irish singer who has sung multiple songs in the 1900s.
Johnny Cash sang the song Cocaine Blues. Although he is the singer most associated with this song, other singers have sang it. It was originally sang by Red Arnall. It has also been sang by artist such as Woody Guthrie, Hank Thompson, Led Zeppelin, Keith Richards, Hank Williams III and Bob Dylan.
Wham! sang the hit song "Last Christmas"; it was released in 1984 as a double A-side with "Everything She Wants." It is the biggest-selling single in the UK to not reach Number One on the charts.