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9 thoughts on “ Frankie Carle And His Orchestra - Powder Blue / Im Afraid To Love You (Fraid I Might Like It) (Shellac)

  1. Frankie Carle - Discography All Countries: Records: Latest Updates: Gallery: Choose Country Australia (6) Canada (9) UK (1) USA () USA.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Rumors Are Flying / Without You on Discogs. Label: Columbia - • Format: Shellac 10 Frankie Carle And His Orchestra - Rumors Are Flying / Without You (, Shellac) | Discogs.
  3. Frankie Carle discography and songs: Music profile for Frankie Carle, born 25 March Genres: Lounge, Big Band, Easy Listening. Albums include Rumors Are Flying / Without You, Oh! What It Seemed to Be / As Long as I Live, and Your Hit Parade •
  4. HITS ARCHIVE: Rumors Are Flying - Frankie Carle (Marjorie Hughes, vocal) (a #1 record) - Duration: 2 minutes, 51 seconds.
  5. Frankie Carle, Soundtrack: The Curse of the Jade Scorpion. Pianist, songwriter ("Sunrise Serenade", "Oh What It Seemed to Be"), conductor, author and composer. He began his career as the music director of a touring vaudeville unit, then joined the orchestras of Mal Hallett and Horace Heidt as pianist. In , he led his own orchestra, playing theatres, ballrooms and hotels.
  6. Apr 16,  · Frankie Carle's sweet band enjoyed their greatest period of popularity in the mid-'40s, when they ranked just behind Swing and Sway With Sammy Kaye and Les Brown and His Band of Renown, scoring hits like "A Little on the Lonely Side," "Oh!What It Seemed to Be," and "Rumors Are Flying," each of which hit number one in Billboard and/or on Your Hit Parade.
  7. Frankie Carle and His Orchestra Top Songs • #1: "Oh! What It Seemed to Be" • #2: "Rumor Are Flying" • #3: "Beg Your Pardon" • #4: "A Little on the Lonely Side" • #5: "It's All Over Now" • #6: "Cruising Down the River (On a Sunday Afternoon)" • #7: "Twelfth Street Rag" • #8: "Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night in the Week)" • #9: "One More Tomorrow" • # "Roses in the.
  8. Jun 09,  · OH! WHAT IT SEEMED TO BE ~ Frankie Carle & His Orchestra ~ Marjorie Hughes~ ~ Columbia Records. Marjorie Hughes was Frankie Carle's daughter. (Links to other Big Band videos) (Here's the link.

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