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8 thoughts on “ Dry Bones - Kay Starr - Rockin With Kay (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. "Rockin' With Kay" was Kay Starr's third LP on RCA, issued in It is paired with "I Hear The Word," a religious recording on which she is backed by the Jimmy Joyce Singers.5/5(5).
  2. Kay Starr discography and songs: Music profile for Kay Starr, born 21 July Genres: Vocal Jazz, Traditional Pop, Standards. Albums include Shutter Island, The Rock and Roll Waltz / I've Changed My Mind a Thousand Times, and Ultra-Lounge: Christmas Cocktails.
  3. While she was still a child, Starr’s family moved to Dallas, Texas, where she made her professional debut on local radio before she had left school. In she was hired briefly by Glenn Miller when his regular singer, Marion Hutton, was sick. Starr made records with Miller, but was soon on the move.
  4. Dry Bones Written-By – Traditional: 2: Rockin' Chair Written-By – Carmichael* 3: I Gotta Get Away From You Written-By – Stanley*, Taylor* 4: Till We Meet Again Written-By – Egan*, Whiting* 5: True Blue Lou Written-By – Robin*, Whiting*, Coslow* 6: Lazy Bones Written-By – Carmichael*, Mercer* 7.
  5. An excellent collection of albums from Kay Starr. She could sing almost anything ; jazz, pop, blues, swing,country,gospel, and all these genres to an incredibly high standard. Kay is probably the most versatile of all the great female singers who came on the scene in the forties and fifties/5(25).
  6. Complete song listing of Kay Starr on tercdownrosarsaposuldistpodpnelmita.coinfo COVID Because of processes designed to ensure the safety of our employees, you may experience a delay in the shipping of your order.
  7. Her final hit came in for ABC billed as Kay Starr with The California Dreamers, taking When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) to # 24 Adult Contemporary on ABC Her albums also sold well including this one which, produced by Hal Stanley, came out in as RCA Victor LPM containing: A1. Dry Bones; A2. Rockin' Chair; A/5(2).
  8. The sleeve notes on the old vinyl of SINGIN’ KAY STARR - SWINGIN’ ERROLL GARNER suggest that the album features both artists working together, and Real Gone seems to have accepted this. In fact, Kay sings on only three tracks from a live concert in , with a quartet featuring Tommy Todd on piano/5(17).

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