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Jack Smith (born May 30, 1896 The Bronx, New York – died May 13, 1950, New York City) was known as "Whispering" Jack Smith and was a popular baritone singer in the 1920s and 1930s who made a brief come-back in the early 1940s. He was a popular radio and recording artist who occasionally appeared in films. Jack Smith (The Whispering Baritone). What Did I Tell Ya?, Some Other Bird Whistled A Tune.
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.
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This simple bird whistle was designed for the challenge. Get ready for some chirping! This simple bird whistle was designed for the challenge. It produces a consistent high pitched sound when dry, but with some assistance (water) you can make unique chirping melodies. When you get tired of whistling it also doubles as a nice desktop ornament and conversation starter. I included a "how it works" section so you can impress your friends. See the How it works section below. Hopefully this translucent version can be used to show kids how the whistle works!
I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman" was a hit single in 1967 composed by British songwriters Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway. It was a novelty record, performed mostly by whistling.
I Found a Whistle was written by Andrew WanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser. It appears as track 5 on their 2010 album Congratulations The song is a mellow, soft rock ballad about, well, finding a whistle. The lyrics are hard to decipher, as with many MGMT songs. The band has stated in interviews that they don’t like it when people can figure out what their lyrics are supposed to mean. I Found a Whistle" Track Info. Written By Andrew VanWyngarden. Release Date April 20, 2010.
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