Posts Tagged ‘Beverly Kenney’

Tea for Two

October 21, 2018

“Tea for Two,” written by Irving Caesar and Vincent Youmans, recorded by Beverly Kenney, 1954.  Tony Tamburello, piano.

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Ball and Chain

October 7, 2018

“Ball and Chain,” written by Cliff Burwell with lyrics by Mitchell Parish, recorded by Beverly Kenney, 1956.  Bob Pancoast piano; Johnny Smith, guitar; George Roumanis, bass; Jerry Segal, drums.

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The Things We Did Last Summer

September 30, 2018

“The Things We Did Last Summer,” written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne, performed by Beverly Kenney, 1954. Tony Tamburello, piano.

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Ball and Chain

September 23, 2018

“Ball and Chain,” written by Cliff Burwell with lyrics by Mitchell Parish, recorded by Beverly Kenney, 1954. Tony Tamburello, piano.

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This Little Town Is Paris

September 22, 2018

“This Little Town Is Paris,” written by Milton Schwartz, recorded by Beverly Kenney, 1956. Bob Pancoast (piano), Johnny Smith (guitar), George Roumanis, (bass), Jerry Segal (drums).

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