Download My Foolish Heart - Billy Eckstine - Billy Eckstine featuring Quincy Jones (CD)

Label: Mercury Polygram - D 101528 • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band


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  1. Nik

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  2. Dutilar

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    Lyrics. Billy Eckstine The night is like a lovely tune, beware my foolish heart How white the ever constant moon, take care, my foolish heart There's a line between love and fascination That's hard to see on an evening such as this For they give the very same sensation When you are lost in the passion of a kiss Your lips are much too close to mine, beware my foolish heart But should our eager.
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  4. Malam

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    Billy Eckstine's smooth baritone and distinctive vibrato broke down barriers throughout the s, first as leader of the original bop big band, then as the first romantic black male in popular music. An influence looming large in the cultural development of soul and R&B singers from Sam Cooke to Prince, Eckstine was able to play it straight on his pop hits "Prisoner of Love," "My Foolish.
  5. Voodoolmaran

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    Eckstine’s pop hits “Prisoner of Love,” “My Foolish Heart” and “I Apologize” made him a fan favorite. The Pittsburgh native raised in Washington, D.C., began singing early and hoped to have a.
  6. Negore

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  7. Kalkis

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    about. Billy Eckstine's smooth baritone and distinctive vibrato broke down barriers throughout the s, first as leader of the original bop big band, then as the first romantic black male in popular music.
  8. Shaktitilar

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    Born: July 8, // Pittsburgh, PA, United States Died: March 8, // Pittsburgh, PA, United States Eckstine, the son of a Pittsburg chauffeur and seamstress, began his singing career in a church bazaar at the age of eschitvibelisym.guitebrimuhanphomalasfuralatmeu.co family moved to Washington, where he ran errands at the Howard Theater for Ethel Waters- earning enough pocket money to enter a talent contest, which he won in

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