Skeeter Davis - I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize, Too mp3 downloadPerformer: Skeeter Davis
Title: I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize, Too
Style: Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan
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English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português (Brasil) Русский. 든 버전. 릴리스 편집. 이 품목 판매. Skeeter Davis – I'll Sing You A Song And Harmonize Too. 레이블: RCA Victor – LSP-2197.
Skeeter Davis chronology. I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize Too (1959). Here's the Answer (1960)Here's the Answer1960. Singles from I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize Too. "I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know" Released: August 1958. Set Him Free" Released: February 1959. Am I That Easy to Forget" Released: January 1960. I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize Too is the debut studio album by American country artist Skeeter Davis. The album was released in November 1959 by RCA Victor and was produced by Chet Atkins.
Skeeter Davis discography 1960 - Skeeter Davis - I'll Sing You A Song And Harmonize Too 01 - Just When I Needed You Most. mp3 12 - Let Those Brow. 11 - Just One Time (Don Gibson). 08 - I Can't Help You I'm Falling Too (Skeeter Davis). 04 - My Last Date With You (Skeeter Davis). 10 - I Really Want You To Know (Skeeter Davis). 03 - Last Date (Floyd Cramer). 06 - Tell Tommy I Miss Him (Skeeter Davis). 12 - I Want To See You Too (Just One Time) (Skeeter Davis). 02 - He'll Have To Stay (Skeeter Davis). 07 - Please Help Me I'm Falling (Hank Locklin). 01 - He'll Have To Go (Jim Reeves). 1962 - Skeeter Davis & Porter Wagoner - Sing Duets.
Skeeter Davis rerecorded the song as an album track for her first solo album, 1959's I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize Too and continued to sing the song throughout her career. The Davis Sisters (country band) Skeeter Davis Cecil Null I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize Too Ernie Newton (bass player). Besides a selected amount of new songs ("Am I That Easy to Forget", "Set Him Free", "Have You Seen This Man", and "Devil's Doll") the rest of the album contained cover versions of songs. In November 1959, "Set Him Free" was issued onto Davis' debut studio album entitled, I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize Too. Skeeter Davis I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize Too RCA Records Nashville, Tennessee United States. I'll Sing You a Song and Harmonize Too Country music Skeeter Davis RCA Records Chet Atkins.
from the album Skeeter Davis Sings The End of the World. Somebody Loves You", "Blueberry Hill". In the Davis version, after she sings the whole song through in the key of B-flat-major, the song modulates up by a half step to the key of B, where Davis speaks the first two lines of the final stanza, before singing the rest of the stanza, ending the song. The End of the World" was played at Atkins's funeral in an instrumental by Marty Stuart. The song was also played at Davis's own funeral at the Ryman Auditorium. Her version has been featured in several films, TV shows, and video games (see "Appearances in media" below). Here's the Answer (1961). Skeeter Davis Sings The End of the World (1963). (I Can't Help You) I'm Falling Too". The End of the World".
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Cover of 1963 Skeeter Davis album, The End of The World, also the title of her hit single that year. During March 1963, this song - performed by country singer Skeeter Davis - hit No. 2 on both the Billboard country and pop charts. The Davis song also hit No. 4 on the Billboard R&B chart and went to No. 1 for four weeks on the Billboard adult contemporary chart
For You Sing a Song and I'll Sing a Song, noted folk singer and teacher Ella Jenkins is joined by young members of the Urban Gateways Children's Chorus. It features Jenkins' familiar mix of call-and-response, historical, or worldly songs, and plenty of fun in the form of snapping fingers, clapping hands, and stamping feet. Jenkins' youthful companions will also help children at home follow along
|1||Just When I Needed You||Skeeter Davis|
|2||Am I That Easy to Forget? Carl Belew / W.S. Stevenson||Skeeter Davis|
|3||Have You Seen This Man||Skeeter Davis|
|4||Your Cheatin' Heart Hank Williams||Skeeter Davis|
|5||One You Slip Around With Harlan Howard||Skeeter Davis|
|6||Devil's Doll||Skeeter Davis|
|7||Chained to a Memory||Skeeter Davis|
|8||I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know Cecil A. Null||Skeeter Davis|
|9||Standing in the Shadows||Skeeter Davis|
|10||Under Your Spell Again||Skeeter Davis|
|11||Set Him Free Skeeter Davis / Marie Wilson||Skeeter Davis|
|12||Let Those Brown Eyes Smile at Me||Skeeter Davis|
CreditsCarl Belew - Composer
Skeeter Davis - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Harlan Howard - Composer
Cecil A. Null - Composer
W.S. Stevenson - Composer
Hank Williams - Composer
Marie Wilson - Composer