9 Replies to “ The Blacksmith Song - Various - The Swing Years - Dance Your Old Age Away (DVD) ”

  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Music Clips from the Swing Years: Dance Your Old Age Away - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  2. Apr 30,  · In all 72 songs I'd be hard pressed to find a track that will bore me so much I would decide to skip it (ha! try listening to a current top 40 artists' whole album these days without skipping all but the "hit" song). One thing I will note that many reviewers rarely touch on is the workmanship of the boxset/5(8).
  3. Dec 31,  · DVD & Streaming TV News There are no critic reviews yet for The Swing Years: Dance Your Old Age Away. Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates!Category: Musical & Performing Arts.
  4. Sony Music Special Products' The Swing Years, Vol. 1 is a generous collection of swing-era favorites as performed by the likes of Hal Kemp, Artie Shaw, Mildred Bailey, Artie Shaw, Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Jimmy Lunceford, Red Norvo, Benny Goodman, Cab Calloway, Harry James, Gene Krupa and Xavier riotrajneoharraguls.graphinzaticwgistdissotifdnibemime.co might not necessarily be hit 6/
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Swing Era: The Music Of ; How It Was To Be Young Then on Discogs.
  6. The Prisoner's Song: B3 Various: The Swing Years It's as simple as this: this is a superb collection of Dance Bands, Swing bands and general big band music from the 's! So satisfied! Get this, don't hesitate. This is the true Big Band: Glen Miller, etc lots of great vocals and swing.
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  8. Feb 12,  · This is a traditional English folk song. "Over the Hills and Far Away" - British Trad. Folk Tune - Arr. and performed by John Tams - Duration: AntPDC 3,, views.
  9. "Blacksmith" (Roud ) is a traditional English folk song, also known as "A Blacksmith Courted Me". The song was noted down by Ralph Vaughan Williams in from a Mrs Ellen Powell of Westhope near Weobley, Herefordshire. On that occasion it was sung to the tune "Monk's Gate", better known as the tune of "To be a pilgrim", the hymn by John riotrajneoharraguls.graphinzaticwgistdissotifdnibemime.co same tune is sometimes used for the song.

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