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Gitte - It Might As Well Be Spring / Stormy Weather album flac Performer: Gitte
Title: It Might As Well Be Spring / Stormy Weather
Released: 1961
MP3 album: 1919 mb
FLAC album: 1618 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Genre: Jazz

B. It Might As Well Be Spring. Arranged By – O. Pettiford Lyrics By – O. Hammerstein II Music By – R. Rodgers Orchestra – Oscar Pettiford And His Scandinavians. Francker Lyrics By – Koehler Music By – H. Arlen Orchestra – Johs.

Artists Gitte Hænning Jung sein ist nicht so leicht It might as well be spring. It might as well be spring Gitte Hænning. Unknown Submit Tempo. Jung sein ist nicht so leicht.

It Might as Well Be Spring" is a song from the 1945 film State Fair. With music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, it won the Academy Award for Best Original Song that year. State Fair was the only original film score by Rodgers and Hammerstein. In the film the song was mimed by Jeanne Crain, who played Margy Frake, but was dubbed by Louanne Hogan. Dick Haymes, the original Wayne Frake, made the first hit recording of the song, released by Decca Records as catalog number 18706

It Might as Well Be Spring. It Never Entered My Mind. Summer Me, Winter Me.

It Might As Well Be Spring Lyrics. I'm as restless as a willow in a windstorm I'm as jumpy as a puppet on a string I'd say that I had Spring fever But I know it isn't Spring. I am starry-eyed and vaguely discontented Like a nightingale without a song to sing Oh, why should I have Spring fever When it isn't even Spring? I keep wishing I were somewhere else Walking down a strange new street Hearing words that I have never heard From a girl I've yet to meet

It Might as Well Be Spring (Ike Quebec album). Redirected from It Might as Well Be Spring (album)). It Might as Well Be Spring is an album by American saxophonist Ike Quebec recorded in 1961 and released on the Blue Note label. In many ways, the record is a companion piece to Heavy Soul.

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Rodgers, Rodgers: State Fair - It Might As Well Be Spring, Hurry, It's Lovely Up Here. In 1959, singer and pianist Nina Simone sang it on her first album for Colpix Records, titled The Amazing Nina Simone. The same year, Shirley Jones and Jack Cassidy released their version on the album With Love From Hollywood. In 1961, the song was a hit for Frank Sinatra on his album Sinatra and Strings, and Ella Fitzgerald also recorded it on her live Verve release: Ella in Hollywood. Andy Williams released a version on his 1962 album: Moon River and Other Great Movie Themes. Miss Peggy Lee sang a swinging version of the song on her 1967 album titled "Something Groovy".

It Might as Well Be Spring. 1. So Schön Kann Doch Kein Mann Sein.

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B It Might As Well Be Spring
Arranged By – O. Pettiford*Lyrics By – O. Hammerstein II*Music By – R. Rodgers*Orchestra – Oscar Pettiford And His Scandinavians
A Stormy Weather
Arranged By – O. Francker*Lyrics By – Koehler*Music By – H. Arlen*Orchestra – Johs. Rasmussens Ensemble

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  • Manufactured By – Skandinavisk Grammophon Aktieselskab

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No info on who 'Oscar Pettiford And His Scandinavians' are (except Pettiford naturally), but he did subsequently record as Oscar Pettiford and his Scandinavian Five with Allan Botschinsky, Erik Nordström, Lars Blach, Jan Johansson and Jørn Elniff.