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Stormy Weather - Kepi (2), The Band* - Hanging Out (CD, Album)

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  1. Stormy weather since my man and I ain't together Keeps raining all the time Life is bare, gloom and misery everywhere Stormy weather, just can't get my poor self together I'm weary all the time, the time, so weary all the time Since he went, the blues walked in and met me If he stays away, ol' rocking chair will get me.
  2. New Stormy Weather CD "Suite For My Sweets" Doo Wop Yule Pop Featuring classic and traditional seasonal favorites plus original compositions. Smoothly performed by the singers of Stormy Weather "Doo-Wop Yule Pop" has become a Christmas tradition of its own! "Street Carols" is a story of Christmas music that owes everything to Broadway and South.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Stormy Weather [AT&T] - Various Artists on AllMusic - - This ten-track compilation is drawn from a.
  4. Mar 25,  · "Stormy Weather" by Kepi and Friends Off the CD "American Gothic" on Asian Man Records Videos and picture from the internet Compiled by me For more info about Kepi check him out at tingmonthbeawacermoumeperveeparela.coinfo
  5. "Stormy Weather" is a torch song written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler. Ethel Waters first sang it at The Cotton Club night club in Harlem in and recorded it that year, and in the same year it was sung in London by Elisabeth Welch and recorded by Frances tingmonthbeawacermoumeperveeparela.coinfo , for the first time in history the entire floor revue from Harlem's Cotton Club went on tour, .
  6. This Bluebird CD is pretty definitive of the first half of her career. Horne sings a pair of ballads with Charlie Barnet's orchestra and two songs (including "Don't Take Your Love From Me") with a unique Artie Shaw-led all-star band that includes Benny Carter, Red Allen, and a string section. The remainder of the disc features Horne backed.
  7. Harold Arlen's Stormy Weather was first recorded by Ethel Waters, but Lena Horne made it more famous by singing it in the film of the same name. This song uses descending chromatics and meteorological metaphors to expresses sadness in the heart. Her biggest legacy are her recordings of jazz standards.

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