9 thoughts on “ The Peony Bush - Danny Kaye (2) - The Best Of Danny Kaye (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Sep 16,  · Danny Kaye was a great American entertainer with an enormous creative range, encompassing dance, popular song, classical music, complicated verse, impersonation and improvisation, which melded.
  2. THE BEST OF DANNY KAYE (DXB) is a DECCA two-LP set, catalog #s DL/ It was available in both mono and stereo. (Note that others in this 4/5(1).
  3. Danny Kaye Albums/ Knock on Wood/Danny At The Palace/ Decca Records /3 Long Play Paramount Motion Picture 's Add to See similar items + More like this. DANNY KAYE Vinyl Record with Earl Brown Singers, The Clinger Singers and Paul Weston Orchestra by the Rambler Dealer ThePearlSwan 5 out of 5 stars () $ Favorite Add to.
  4. Tracklist: Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo) (Remastered) The Peony Bush (Remastered) Tubby the Tuba at the Circus (Remastered) I've Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconu (Remastered) I Belong to Glasgow Good Old (Remastered) Knock on .
  5. Click to View: Label: Cat# Date: Format: Comments: Rating: Value: Danny Kaye 1: Lobby Number 1 2: Lobby Number 2 3: Triplets 4: Mad Dogs And Englishmen 5: A Lullaby For Dena 6: The Moon In Your Pillow: Decca USA: Box Set 7" 0: Danny Kaye A: There Is Nothin' Like A Dame B: Honey Bun: Decca USA: 7" 0: Danny Kaye A: Lobby Number 1 B: Lobby Number 2: Decca .
  6. Danny Kaye discography and songs: Music profile for Danny Kaye, born 18 January Genres: Film Soundtrack, Children's Music, Standards. Albums include Fallout 3: Galaxy News Radio, Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo) / Bread and Butter Woman, and Flashbacks #2: Crazy & Obscure / Novelty Songs
  7. Complete song listing of Danny Kaye on parkbingbibchaupihtigumpcofhandwiderec.xyzinfo COVID We are currently operating in a limited manner. Due to social-distancing practices and increased order volume, please expect longer than usual wait times & shipping delays.
  8. A gifted mimic and peerless physical comedian, Danny Kaye ranked among America's most popular entertainers in the years during and following World War II. Rubber-faced and manic, he rose to stardom in film and in television, on record and on Broadway, easily adapting from outrageous novelty songs to tender ballads; for all of his success as a performer, however, his greatest legacy remains his.

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