|A||Honey Brown Eyes
Written-By – Gallop*
Written-By – Acquaviva*, Varnick*
|4-41177||Guy Mitchell With Jimmy Carroll And His Orchestra||Guy Mitchell With Jimmy Carroll And His Orchestra - Honey Brown Eyes (7", Single, Promo)||Columbia||4-41177||US||1958|
|322 291 BF, 45-PB.830||Guy Mitchell||Honey Brown Eyes (7", Single)||Philips, Philips||322 291 BF, 45-PB.830||UK||1958|
|322 291 BF||Guy Mitchell||Honey Brown Eyes (7", Single)||Philips||322 291 BF||Germany||Unknown|
Honey Brown Eyes Guy Mitchell. Christopher Columbus Guy Mitchell. Christopher Columbus (Album Version) Guy Mitchell, Mitch Miller & His Orchestra & Chorus. My Heart Cries For You Guy Mitchell.
Guy Mitchell and Jimmy Carroll & His Orchestra - Rock-A-Billy. Rock-a-billy, rock-a-billy, rock-a-billy, rock Rock-a-billy, rock-a-billy, rock, rock, rock Rock-a-billy, rock-a-billy, rock-a-billy, rock Rock-a-billy, rock-a-billy, rock, rock. Some people think it came from Tennessee Then spread on out to the lone prairie It's the hillbilly rock, feeddlee dee Turns me inside out Gimme some.
Mais ouvidas de Guy Mitchell with Jimmy Carroll & his Orchestra. 01 Call Rosie On The Phone (Single Version). músicas de Guy Mitchell with Jimmy Carroll & his Orchestra.
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Honey Brown Eyes" b/w "Hangin' Around". The sentimental ballad was recorded toward the end of 1950 by Guy Mitchell with Mitch Miller and his orchestra, in a recording issued by Columbia Records as catalog number 39067, which sold over a million copies and reached on the Billboard charts in 1951. Pennies from Heaven (song). It was introduced by Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll and his Orchestra in the 1936 film of the same name.
More Albums by Guy Mitchell With Jimmy Carroll. Rock-A-Billy, Hoot OwlGuy Mitchell With Jimmy Carroll. Sweet StuffGuy Mitchell With Jimmy Carroll.
Harry James And His Orchestra 1948-49 is a double album by American trumpeter Harry James with The Harry James Orchestra. The album consists of live radio transcripts recorded during 1948 and 1949 and was released in 1969 by Big Band Landmarks (Volumes X-XI). As bop surpassed swing by the late 1940s, James was surprisingly open to its influence.