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Genre: Pop / Screen
Performer: Eddie Cantor
Album: Songs He Made Famous
Country: US
Released: 1944
Style: Vocal, Musical
MP3 version ZIP size: 1951 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1898 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1821 mb
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Johnny Cash Sings the Songs That Made Him Famous is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Johnny Cash. It was originally released on 13 November 1958, but later re-issued in 2003, under the label Varèse Sarabande, with four different versions of tracks already present on the original LP as a bonus

Sings the Songs She Made Famous. Whispering Jack Smith, born John Schmidt, was a popular singer of the 20's and 30's. While he didn't actually whisper, he did sing softly and quietly, very close to his microphone, and often dropped into plain speech. This created an intimate effect that separated him from other singers of the time. Or did so, that is, up until he began to be widely imitated. Although it is true he inhaled some poison gas in World War I, this was not, as is sometimes stated, the reason for his vocal style.

Not only that, many songs written for films have stood on their own, with the popularity of some eclipsing the movies that inspired them. With the 86th Academy Awards approaching, here's a look back at the 50 biggest Hot 100 hits that arose from being featured on the silver screen. Kiss" was the top single off the Purple One's soundtrack album for the film, "Parade: Music from the Motion Picture Under the Cherry Moon," and earned him his fourth Grammy, this one for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. 43. "St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)" - John Parr Hot 100 Peak Position: 1 (two weeks), Peak Date: 9/7/1985. Eventually, Stigwood relented and made the brilliant decision to mix this song's title with his original film title and rename the film, "Saturday Night Fever.

Not only was Steve Jobs a legendary marketer during his reign at Apple, he also proved to have quite the ear for music, too. With longtime agency TBWA Media Arts Lab, Apple has spent the better part of the last decade launching and advancing the careers of indie, pop and rock acts with its trendsetting ads for the iPod, iPhone, iPad and MacBook Air. Here are 10 of the most memorable songs and their spots. Black Eyed Peas: "Hey Mama" iPod 3G (2004). U2 didn't need the exposure, but this lead single from their 2004 album "How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb" certainly benefited. It's become their biggest hit of the last seven years. The Caesars: "Jerk It Out" iPod Shuffle (2005).

There he studied bootleg videos of Sixties and Seventies soul singers and cooked up an album heavy on bass and drenched in a post-coital haze. The single Untitled (How Does It Feel?) sounds like a great lost Prince song. Play like your mama just died, George Clinton told guitarist Eddie Hazel. The result was Maggot Brain, 10 minutes of Hendrix-style guitar anguish. This is the heaviest rock album the P-Funk ever created, but it also made room for the acoustic-guitar funk of Can You Get to That.

Eddie Vedder's Into the Wild is a collection of nine original songs and two covers for Sean Penn's film of the same name, based on Jon Krakauer's novel. The novel and film are concerned with the short life of Christopher J. McCandless, an honor student and athlete who literally walked away from his life, donated his 24,000 dollars in savings to Oxfam, and left what he perceived to be a sick society behind. He stepped into the hinterlands of Alaska and never returned. He eventually died of starvation. Penn handpicked Vedder to score the project.

Renews automatically. Ukulele Songs" is an odd but charming little album. Eddie Vedder sings and plays the Aloha State's signature instrument on 14 brief tracks (a 15th cut is the sweet instrumental fragment "Waving Palms," and a 16th cut, "Hey Fahkah," is just a false start and a swear word). The whole program lasts a mere 35 minutes. Sad songs on a happy instrument" is how he describes them. The two actually complement one another quite well, just as they did on "Rise" from his 2007 soundtrack for the film "Into the Wild. Most of the songs are wistful Vedder compositions, including the first track, an acoustic cover of Pearl Jam's "Can't Keep," which brings to mind "Soon Forget" from their 2000 album "Binaural.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Makin' Whoopee
Written-By – Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson
B (Potatoes Are Cheaper - Tomatoes Are Cheaper) Now's The Time To Fall In Love
Written-By – Al Lewis, Al Sherman
C If You Knew Susie (Like I Know Susie)
Written-By – B.G. DeSylva*
D Oh! Gee, Oh! Gosh, Oh! Golly, I'm In Love
Written-By – Chick Johnson, Ernest Breuer, Ole Olsen
E Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider
Written-By – Eddie Leonard
F You'd Be Surprised
Written-By – Irving Berlin
G Dinah
Written-By – Harry Akst, Joe Young , Sam Lewis
H How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm? (After They've Seen Paree)
Written-By – Joe Young , Sam Lewis, Walter Donaldson

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Decca Records Pressing Plant, Richmond, IN

Credits

  • Music Director [Orchestra Under Direction of] – Victor Young (tracks: 3, 5-8)

Notes

Eight sides in a four-page album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
A-564 Eddie Cantor Songs He Made Famous ‎(4xShellac, 10", Album) Decca A-564 US 1947
Performer: Deanna Durbin
Genre: Pop
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Country: UK
Released: 1944
Performer: Victor Young And His Singing Strings
Genre: Jazz / Screen
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Country: Canada
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Genre: World, Country / Screen
Title: The Quiet Man
Country: US
Performer: Al Jolson
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Title: The World's Greatest Entertainer
Country: UK
Released: 2000
Performer: Jan Garber And His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz / Pop / Classical
Title: Mellow Medleys
Country: US
Released: 1970
Performer: Chér
Genre: Blues / Pop
Title: Bittersweet White Light
Country: US
Released: 1973
Performer: Ted Lewis And His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz
Title: When My Baby Smiles At Me / She's Funny That Way
Country: Canada
Performer: Roger Wolfe Kahn And His Hotel Biltmore Orchestra
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Title: I'm Sitting on Top of the World / I Never Knew
Released: 1925
Performer: Al Jolson
Genre: Pop / Screen
Title: Jolson Memories
Country: US
Performer: Al Jolson
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Title: The Jolson Story - Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder
Country: US
Released: 1957