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Avenue C

Lambert, Hendricks and Ross


Avenue C

Performing with the Count Basie Orchestra


Cousin Mary

Lambert, Hendricks and Ross


Cousin Mary

Lambert, Hendricks and Bavan


Every Day I Have the Blues

Lambert, Hendricks and Ross


Every Day I Have the Blues

Performing with Joe Williams and the Count Basie Orchestra


Four

Lambert, Hendricks and Ross


Four

Live at the Festival de jazz d'Antibes Juan-les-Pins France Nov. 19, 1961 backed by the Les McCann trio.


Boplicity (la légende du troubadour)

Les Double Six


Boplicity (la légende du troubadour)

Rare vidéo des Double Six of Paris Mimi Perrin Monique Guérin Claude Germain Jean Claude Briodin Louis Aldebert Eddy Louis


Meet Benny Bailey

Les Double Six


Meet Benny Bailey

Mimi Perrin Monique Guérin Claude Germain Jean Claude Briodin Louis Aldebert Eddy Louis


Hit Me Again

Modernaires


Hit Me Again

This song told the story of kids having fun when cash is in short supply, making a coke last all night and listening to their favorite hits. Both versions feature parody clips of the current generation's popular artists. The Glenn Miller version lampoons Harry James and The Ink Spots, for example, and the one by Nino & The Ebb Tides parodies The Monotones and The Silhouettes.


People Like You And Me

Modernaires


People Like You And Me

The Glenn Miller Orchestra with The Modernaires from 1942


Dream

Pied Pipers


Dream

The Pied Pipers in their 1951 formation (left to right: Chuck Lowry, Louanne Hogan, Clark Yocum and Hal Hopper) in a short music film produced in 1951 by Louis D. Snader for Studio Telescriptions. They were accompanied by the Ernie Felice Quartet: Ernie Felice (Accordion), Dick Anderson (Clarinet), Rolly Bundock (Bass), and Dick Fisher (Guitar).


The Great Pretender

Platters


The Great Pretender

"The Great Pretender" is a popular song recorded by The Platters, with Tony Williams on lead vocals, and released as a single on November 3, 1955. The words and music were created by Buck Ram, the Platters' manager and producer who was a successful songwriter before moving into producing and management. The Great Pretender reached the number one position on both the R&B and pop charts in 1956. In 2004, the song was voted 360th greatest song of all time by Rolling Stone.


Medley

Ray Charles Singers


Medley

The Ray Charles Singers and Mitchell Ayers and his Orchestra saluting Harry James' great instrumentals.


Harmony

Ray Conniff Singers


Harmony

From "The David Frost Show"


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