8 thoughts on “ Joe Loss And His Orchestra* - A Little Steeple Pointing To A Star / Does She Love Me (Shellac)

  1. Joe Loss & his Orchestra Counting crotchets in my sleep CS+3 A little rendezvous in Honolulu MR+3 Star dust covered bundle CH Film hits quickstep medley: Broadway rhythm, I've got a feelin' you're foolin', You are my lucky star My shadow's where my sweetheart used to be CH Moonlight on the prairie When Budapest was young CH.
  2. Her first radio broadcast, with the Joe Loss Orchestra, was in At this point she appeared on records released by dance bands including those of Loss and of Charlie Kunz. In , her first solo record was released on the Crown label, "Up the Wooden Hill to Bedfordshire". This label was absorbed by Decca Records in
  3. She began performing publicly at the age of seven and adopted her maternal grandmother Margaret Lynn's maiden name as her stage name when she was eleven. Her first radio broadcast, with the Joe Loss Orchestra, was in At this point she appeared on records released by dance bands including those of Loss and of Charlie Kunz. In , her first solo .
  4. Give A Little Whistle – Joe Loss and his Band Little Wooden Head – Carroll Gibbons and the Savoy Hotel Orpheans When You Wish Upon A Star – Joe Loss and his Band Turn On The Old Music Box – George Scott Wood and the Six Swingers When I See An Elephant Fly – Joe Loss and his Band Love Is A Song – The RAOC Blue Rockets.
  5. Vera Lynn made her solo recording debut with the song "The General's Fast Asleep" on 3 October , accompanied by the Rhythm Rascals (a pseudonym for Jay Wilbur's orchestra). The 9" 78 rpm single was issued on the Crown Records label, which went on to release a total of 8 singles recorded by Vera Lynn and Charles Smart on organ. Early recordings include "I'm in the Mood for Love.
  6. Star Dust (Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra / Frank Sinatra And The Pied Pipers) Star! Stardust Stargazer Stars Fell On Alabama Stars In Your Eyes (Frank Sinatra and Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra) Stay With Me Stella By Starlight Stormy Weather Strange Music Strangers In The Night Street Of Dreams Summer Me, Winter Me Summer Wind.
  7. Read the excerpt below from "At the Hearth" by Laura Esquivel and answer the question that follows. I spent the first years of my life beside the hearth in my mother's and grandmother's kitchens, seeing how these wise women, upon entering those sacred places, became priestesses, great alchemists who dealt with water, air, fire, and earth—the four basic elements that .

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