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Mp3 Charlie Davis And His Orchestra - Mean To Me / On The Road To Mandalay

  • Performer: Charlie Davis And His Orchestra
  • Album: Mean To Me / On The Road To Mandalay
  • Label: Perfect Circle
  • Catalog #: 20353
  • MP3: 2966 mb | FLAC: 1829 mb
  • Released: 1929
  • Country: US
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 206
  • Category: Jazz / Pop
Mp3 Charlie Davis And His Orchestra - Mean To Me / On The Road To Mandalay


1Mean To Me
2On The Road To Mandalay


Excerpts from a typical PERFECT CIRCLE radio programme presented by the manufacturers of Perfect Circle Piston Rings.

Both sides are announced by Robert Brown of WLW and Side A features an uncredited vocal by Louis Lowe (the banjo player in the orchestra).

Recorded in Richmond, Indiana on 29 June, 1929.


Mean to Me is a popular song with music by Fred E. Ahlert and lyrics by Roy Turk, published in 1929. Hit versions that year were by Ruth Etting and by Helen Morgan. The song is a popular standard, recorded by many artists. Annette Hanshaw - recorded in New York February 20, 1929. Released under the pseudonym of Gay Ellis and Her Orchestra on Harmony 859H. Billie Holiday recorded her version in 1937 with Lester Young and Teddy Wilson and this was very popular that year. The Road to Mandalay by Rudyard Kipling read by Charles Dance - 70th VJ Day commemoration London - Продолжительность: 5:31 richjpat. Frank Sinatra is Surprised by Don Rickles on To Me. Love this track. Set as current obsession. Get track. From The Album. Play album. Charlie Spivak and his Orchestra. 43 listeners. 2 more albums featuring this track. Do you know the lyrics for this track Add lyrics on Musixmatch. Similar Tracks. Put-Put-Put Your Arms Around Me. You Are Too Beautiful. Struttin' With Some Barbecue. Bobby Hackett. Billy May and His Orchestra On the Sunny Side of the Street. Frank Sinatra Just In Time. Frank Sinatra, Billy May On The Road To Mandalay. Frank Sinatra feat. On the Road to Mandalay is a song that was originally a poem titled Mandalay. Later, it was adapted into this song by Oley Speaks. Frank Sinatra featured this song in his 1958 album Come Fly With Me. A live performance can be found on Sinatra's 1997 live album under Reprise, Frank Sinatra with the Red Norvo Quintet: Live in Australia, 1959. By the old moulmein pagoda Looking eastward to the sea There's a burma gal a settin' And I know that she waits for me. On March 21st, the 14th Army under the command of General Bill Slim finally liberated the city and returned it to British rule. There wasn't that much left: In taking the city three years earlier, the Japanese had destroyed 60 per cent of the houses. Given the popularity of this song among British military concert parties of the time, more than a few of Slim's men must have found themselves singing: Come you back to Mandalay Where the old flotilla lay Can't you 'ear their. Текст песни Frank Sinatra On The Road To Mandalay. By the old Moulmein Pagoda, Looking eastward to the sea, There's a Burma gal a settin', And I know that she waits for me . Charlie Parker. flotilla lay I can here those paddles chonkin' From Rangoon to Mandalay On the road to Mandalay Where the flying fishes play And the dawn comes up like thunder Out of China across the bay Ship me somewhere east of Suez Where the best is like the worst And there ain't no Ten Commandments And a cat can raise a thirst And. those crazy bells keep ringing 'Cause it's there that I long to be By the egg foo yong pagoda Looking eastward to the sea. On this page you can download song Frank Sinatra - On The Road To Mandalay in mp3 and listen online. Frank Sinatra. Come Fly With Me. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin