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Radio Melody Boys - My Baby Just Cares For Me / Makin' Whoopee mp3 album
Jazz / Pop
Performer: Radio Melody Boys
Title: My Baby Just Cares For Me / Makin' Whoopee
Year 1930
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 945
MP3 size: 1761 mb
FLAC size: 1152 mb
WMA size: 1818 mb
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Radio Melody Boys - My Baby Just Cares For Me / Makin' Whoopee mp3 album

Текст песни: My baby dont care for shows My baby dont care for clothes My baby just cares for me My baby dont care for cars and races.

Текст песни: My baby don’t care for shows My baby don’t care for clothes My baby just cares for me My baby don’t care for furs and laces My baby don’t care for high toned places.

Текст песни: As sung by Nat King Cole Words by Gus Kahn and Music by Walter Donaldson Sung in the file Whoopee by Eddie Cantor A hit for Ted Weems in 1930.

Перевод текста песни Makin' Whoopee исполнителя (группы) Frank Sinatra. Maybe You'll Be There. Moonlight in Vermont. Главная Переводы песен F Frank Sinatra Makin' Whoopee. 6 7 8 9. Makin' Whoopee (оригинал Frank Sinatra). Сближение (перевод Aeon). Another bride, another June.

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My Baby Just Cares For Me. The Very Best Of 2000. Classic Years of Eddie Cantor 1992. Ma! (He's Making Eyes At Me). Eddie Cantor & Nathaniel Shilkret 2008. The Original Songs Uncovered (Tracks Inspired By Bioshock Infinite) 2000. Cantor's transition from radio to television was briefly successful; he guest-hosted NBC's Colgate Comedy Hour, but suffered a heart attack in 1952, the same year Hollywood produced The Eddie Cantor Story.

My Baby Just Cares for Me" is a jazz standard written by Walter Donaldson with lyrics by Gus Kahn. Written for the film version of the musical comedy Whoopee! (1930), the song became a signature tune for Eddie Cantor who sang it in the movie. A stylized version of the song by Nina Simone, recorded in 1957, was a top 10 hit in the United Kingdom after it was used in a 1987 perfume commercial and resulted in a renaissance for Simone.

Melody Vintage Radio.

My baby don't care for shows My baby don't care for clothes My baby just cares for me My baby don't care for cars and races My baby don't care for high-tone places. Liz Taylor is not his style And even Lana Turner's smile Is somethin' he can't see My baby don't care who knows My baby just cares for me. Baby, my baby don't care for shows And he don't even care for clothes He cares for me My baby don't care For cars and races Baby don't care for He don't care for high-tone places. A 1958 single by Nina Simone, released as the 2nd track of her debut album To Be Free from the soundtrack for the 1930 musical comedy film Whoopie!, becoming Eddie Cantor’s signature tune. Singer Nina Simone recorded the song as a jazz standard which remained obscure until 1987, when it was used in a UK commercial for Chanel N. perfume.

Tracklist

A My Baby Just Cares For Me
B Makin' Whoopee

Notes

Electrically Recorded.
British Manufacture

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A Side): 89934
  • Barcode (Label B Side): 89935