Dubby Spivak - Swings Lightly mp3 downloadPerformer: Dubby Spivak
Title: Swings Lightly
Style: Vocal Pop
Size MP3 version: 1724 mb
Size FLAC version: 1203 mb
Size WMA version: 1749 mb
Format: MP4 DXD AIFF MMF MOD AUD
Genre: Pop Rock
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Dubby ( Widow of Trumpeter Charlie Spivak) with Billy Butterfield - Trumpet, Vic Dickenson - Trombone, Johnny Mince - Clarinet, Dill Jones - Piano, Steve.
Dubby was asked by Charlie Spivak to sing a song with the band, and almost immediately got the job as a vocalist for the group. Within a few months, Dubby and Charlie Spivak were married (third marriage for both of them). Dubby sang with a few jazz groups in addition to Charlie Spivak's group, such as the Nelson Riddle And His Orchestra, and still, when asked, sings at the Langdale Theatre (Valley, Alabama) with bands that need a singer.
Popular albums by this artist. The Uncollected Charlie Spivak & His Orchestra. What's Cooking Charlie? V-Disc Recordings.
Swings Lightly - Dubby Spivak. Performer: Dubby Spivak. Album Title: Swings Lightly.
You Brought a Swings Lightly Swings Brightly Ella Fitzgerald Kind of Love to Me (2:18) 15. Knock Me a Kiss (4:06) 16. 720 in the Books (2:52) 17. When Your Lover Has Gone (2:58) 18. Don't Be That Way (3:47) 19. Love Me or Leave Me (2:49) 20. I Hear Music (2:18) 21.
Following in the rhythmic footsteps of Robbie's most successful album to date, 2001's Swing When You're Winning, the new record features a mix of classic covers and new material as well as duets with some of pop's biggest names, including Lily Allen, Michael Bublé, Kelly Clarkson, Olly Murs and Rufus Wainwright.
Moon Ji-hoon (Korean: 문지훈, born October 14, 1986), better known by the stage name Swings (Korean:스윙스), is a South Korean rapper. Formerly under the label Brand New Music, he is currently contracted under his own record label, Just Music. Swings debuted in 2008 with the extended play Upgrade. He joined the hip hop group Uptown in 2009 but left by the end of the year. He released his first full-length album, Growing Pains, in 2010.