Trapeze - On The Sunny Side Of The Street download album
Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records On the Sunny Side of the Street · Trapeze Trapeze ℗ 1975 Warner Records Inc. Composer: D. Fields, J. McHugh.
Trapeze is the fifth studio album by English hard rock band Trapeze. Recorded with producer Steve Smith at Island Studios, London, it was released in 1975 by Warner Bros. The album was preceded by the release of one single, a cover version of "On the Sunny Side of the Street", originally recorded by Frank Sinatra. Used to Be Duke is a 1954 studio album by Johnny Hodges accompanied by several members of Duke Ellington's orchestra.
Trapeze toured extensively in promotion of Medusa, primarily in the US, including a stint in December 1970 supporting The Moody Blues and numerous headline tours throughout 1971, before releasing their third album You Are the Music. We're Just the Band on 1 December 1972. The album was primarily written by Hughes (three tracks were written by the Galley brothers), produced by Neil Slaven, and featured a number of guest contributors including Rod Argent on piano and B. J. Cole on steel guitar. On the Sunny Side of the Street" (1975). Don't Ask Me How I Know" (1979). Running Away" (1980).
Album, 1970, Threshold Records. 1. It's Only a Dream. 2. The Giant's Dead, Hoorah! 03:31. 13. Sunny Side of the Street.
And that happy tune is your step Life can be so sweet On the sunny side of the street. I used to walk in the shade With those blues on parade But I'm not afraid This Rover crossed over. If I never have a cent I'd be rich as Rockefeller Gold dust at my feet On the sunny side of the street Grab your street. Songwriters: Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh.
The strength of On the Sunny Side of the Street is its surprising and inventive melody. Regardless of who wrote the music, there is no denying the song’s tone is cheerful, buoyant, and bouncy. With Dorothy Fields’ casual, optimistic lyrics, On the Sunny Side of the Street was a perfect pick-me-up for depression-weary listeners. This album, considered by many to be the definitive representation of organ-based soul jazz, features organist Smith with two of his most important sidemen, guitarist Kenny Burrell and tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine. Their funky, blues-drenched On the Sunny Side of the Street is a bonus track that was released for the first time when the album came out on CD.
Lyrics to On the Sunny Side of the Street by Trapeze from the Trapeze album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. Watch the song video. On the Sunny Side of the Street. Our awesome collection of. Promoted Songs.
Dreams from the Sunny Side of the Street. This is the name of at least two artists. In the United States, the Pied Pipers were a popular singing group in the late 1930s and 1940s. In Zimbabwe, the Pied Pipers were a popular singing group in the 1970s and 1980s. The United States group originally consisted of eight members who had belonged to three separate groups: Jo Stafford from The Stafford Sisters, and seven male singers: John Huddleston, Hal Hopper, Chuck Lowry, Bud Hervey, George Tait, Woody Newbury, and Dick Whittinghill, who had belonged to two groups named The Four Esquires and The Three Rhythm Kings.
Browse our 12 arrangements of "On the Sunny Side of the Street. Lyrics begin: "Walked with noone, and talked with none," Top Sellers. Jimmy McHugh, Piano/Vocal/Guitar. Jimmy McHugh, Leadsheet. Nat King Cole, Piano/Vocal/Guitar.
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|A||On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Written-By – D. Fields*, J. McHugh*
Written-By – Mel Galley, Tom Galley
- Producer – Steve Smith
|K 16606||Trapeze||On The Sunny Side Of The Street (7", 4 P)||Warner Bros. Records||K 16606||UK||1975|