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  1. Sammy Davis Jr At Town Hall vinyl LP album record UK LAT BRUNSWICK $ + $ shipping. Details about SAMMY DAVIS JR At Town Hall LP Vinyl Record Album ORIGINAL PROMO "Ol' Man River" "Chicago" "How High the Moon” Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. The album was released in February , the same month that Reprise Records released Ben Webster's The Warm Moods, Sammy Davis, Jr.'s The Wham of Sam, Mavis River's Mavis and Joe E. Lewis's It is Now Post Time.
  3. Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Allmusic: Sammy Davis Jr. at Town Hall is a live album by Sammy Davis Jr., recorded at The Town Hall in Manhattan.. Track listing. Something's Gotta Give" (Johnny Mercer) – "And This Is My Beloved" (Robert Wright, George Forrest) – "Hey There" (Richard Adler, Jerry Ross) – "My Funny Valentine" .
  4. Sammy Davis, Jr. at Town Hall, an Album by Sammy Davis, Jr.. Released in on Brunswick (catalog no. LAT ; Vinyl LP). Featured peformers: Morton Stevens (conductor, arranger), Sammy Davis, Jr. (vocals), Lee Cooley (producer).
  5. Jul 29,  · sammy davis jr - ol' man river DISCLAIMER: music photos and footage belongs to its respective owners and is not owned by me.
  6. Sammy Davis - Sammy Davis Jr.'s Greatest Hits: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Something's Gotta Give: A2: And This Is My Beloved: A3: Hey There: A4: My Funny Valentine: A5: It's All Right With Me: A6: But Not For Me: B1: Ethel, Baby See more tracks.
  7. Details. Sammy Davis, Jr. At Town Hall was a milestone album for Sammy Davis, Jr., being his first live album (the first of six he would release over the course of his career) and his first album recorded in stereo. The location chosen was midtown New York’s Town Hall, a landmark venue for live music (known for its architectural egalitarianism, such that there is “not a bad .
  8. Samuel George "Sammy" Davis, Jr. (born December 8, in Harlem, New York; died May 16, in Beverly Hills, California) was a Grammy Award winning singer, Golden Globe and Emmy Award winning actor, dancer, multi-instrumentalist and only black member of Frank Sinatra's The Rat blazdowcstarlantrengiohanmosysmirale.coinfo began his career with his father and uncle in the Will Mastin Trio and he .

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