johhandhitskadumpmaccausiodohorcowi.xyz

consider, that you commit error..

Classic Rock

After The Ball Is Over - Freddy Martin And His Orchestra - 26 Great Waltzes Vol. 2 (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ After The Ball Is Over - Freddy Martin And His Orchestra - 26 Great Waltzes Vol. 2 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Tygole
    Karlstad Ball: Freddy Martin And His Orchestra: Bluebird: BB: Laura* Freddy Martin And His Orchestra: Victor (20 Series) A: Life Is A Song* Freddy Martin And His Orchestra: Little Bit Independent* Freddy Martin And His Orchestra.
  2. Zulutaxe
    Listen to music from Freddy Martin and His Orchestra like Bubbles in the Wine, Jingle, Jangle, Jingle & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. Great Waltzes of the World (Volume 2) 3 February Play album Sunday 26 .
  3. Babar
    Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: Sam's Song B: Mambo Jambo: RCA Victor USA: 7" 0: Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: Rumbalero B: Did-ee, Did-ee Do Right By You: RCA Victor USA: 7" 1: Freddy Martin And His Orchestra Freddy Martin Plays Jerome Kern For Dancing A: Make Believe B: All The Things You Are C: Smoke.
  4. Kazragal
    Martin's tenor sax is wonderful on "Shangri-La" and there is some fun piano work on boogie tunes. Freddy Martin charted an amazing 85 hits over a three decade career. Some of his biggest hits are found here including "Piano Concerto in B Flat", a Tchaikovsky composition. This recording topped American music charts for 8 weeks in /5(9).
  5. Grogis
    Label: Kapp Records - KS • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band Freddy Martin And His Orchestra - 26 Great Waltzes Vol. 2 (Vinyl) | Discogs Explore.
  6. Tugor
    Kapp KS , 26 Great Waltzes Vol 2: FM And His Orch couple dancing Kapp KS , Dancing Tonight!!! 12 All-Time Ballroom Favorites, Sept Kapp KS , The Most Beautiful Girl.
  7. Voodoorisar
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Greatest Hits - Freddy Martin & His Orchestra on AllMusic -
  8. Shaktira
    Early life. Freddy Martin was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Raised largely in an orphanage and by various relatives, Martin started out playing drums, then switched to C melody saxophone and subsequently tenor saxophone, the latter the one with which he would be identified. Early on, he had intended to become a journalist. He had hoped that he would earn enough money from his musical work to enter.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *