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My Mammy - Al Jolson - Portret Serie 5 (CD)

Posted on 30.01.2020 by Akinozahn
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8 Responses to My Mammy - Al Jolson - Portret Serie 5 (CD)

  1. Grozilkree says:
    In addition to releasing a string of successful records between and , Al Jolson achieved pre-eminent stardom on Broadway, hosted several radio series, and became the first important figure of the sound-era of motion pictures. His performing style was brash and extroverted; he billed himself as "the world's greatest entertainer," and he was known for his slogan, "You ain't heard nothin.
  2. Moogutilar says:
    In the #37 song in the charts was To My Mammy by Al Jolson. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Pop song now.
  3. Vihn says:
    Asa "Al Jolson" Yoelson (born to Jewish immigrants Moshe Reuben Yoelson and Naomi Etta Cantor - the original family name was Hesselson - in Seredžius, Lithuania on May 26, or , and died in San Francisco, California on October 23, ) was an American singer.
  4. Mooguzragore says:
    Listen to your favorite songs from Mammy by Al Jolson Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  5. Domuro says:
    About My Mammy "My Mammy" is an American popular song with music by Walter Donaldson and lyrics by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis. Though associated with Al Jolson, who performed the song very successfully, "My Mammy" was performed first in by William Frawley (later to become famous on I Love Lucy) as a vaudeville act.
  6. Aralkis says:
    1) 1. My Mammy 2) 2. Swanee 3) 3. I'm Sitting on Top of the World 4) 4. When the Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin' Along 5) 5. California Here I Come 6) 6. April Showers 7) 7. Sonny Boy 8) 8. Dirty Hands! Dirty Face! 9) 9. Ol' Man River 10) Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody 11) Avalon 12) Morning Will Come 13) Toot Toot.
  7. Kigazshura says:
    May 19,  · The fantastic Al Jolson performing his signature tune 'Mammy' in the finale of the film 'The Jazz Singer' and yes, it's in blackface! Great performance. Written by Joe Young/Sam M. Lewis/Walter Donaldson.
  8. Dikree says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Al Jolson - My Mammy / Sonny Boy at Discogs. Complete your Al Jolson collection.

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