Bob Chester And His Orchestra - (Nobody Knows Better Than I) He's My Guy / By The Light Of The Silvery Moon download mp3 album
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Nobody, nobody, nobody) (Nobody, nobody, nobody) (Nobody, nobody, nobody) (Nobody, nobody, nobody) (Nobody, nobody, nobody) Nobody (Nobody, nobody, nobody) Nobody (Nobody, nobody, nobody) I tried to tell the white man (Nobody, nobody, nobody) But he could not understand (Nobody, nobody, nobody) I tried to tell the black man (Nobody, nobody, nobody) But he refused to take my hand (Nobody, nobody, nobody). Nobody Knows" Track Info. Written By Pastor . Sampled In. Black Man by .
In response to the comic's popularity, he stated, "I can't quite fathom that it's that widely known and recognized. The cartoon marks a notable moment in the history of the Internet. The cartoon has inspired the play Nobody Knows I'm a Dog by Alan David Perkins
His version, recorded in New York around June 1927, was titled "Nobody Needs You When You're Down and Out" and used some different lyrics with emphasis on the hard times. On January 15, 1929, influential boogie-woogie pianist Pinetop Smith recorded "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" in Chicago. In it the lyrics are spoken rather than sung to Smith's piano accompaniment. The song is one of 11 known recordings by Smith, who died two months after he recorded it. Bessie Smith song. Bessie Smith recorded the song on May 15, 1929, in New York. When he was an art student in the early 1960s, Eric Clapton was attracted to London's folk-music scene and the fingerpicking acoustic guitar-style of Big Bill Broonzy. Along with "Key to the Highway", "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" was one of the first songs that Clapton learned to play in this style.
But when pressed, nobody can find it in the place they remember. It’s a maddeningly tantalizing cultural mystery, and it’s made even weirder by the fact that there are at least two plausible sources - but chances are, you’ve never encountered either. The first, which seems to have been discovered around 2008, is probably the most widely accepted. It’s a TV series called Burke’s Law, which ran from 1963 to 1966. At one point, Dick shows up with a truckload of painted wooden butterflies, and Hank voices his confusion. What is it? It’s a butterfly. I'd never heard of the play in question before finding it, he says. I actually have no idea if or how often it's been performed/quoted - so it might not be a source as much as evidence that the phrase had already been in use. Knowing the potential sources actually makes things more confusing.
Title: By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953). Bill & Marjorie's on-again, off-again provide the backdrop for other family issues, primarily brought on by little brother Wesley's overactive imagination and tall tales.
Well, he's my guy, I don't care what he does 'Cause he's my guy, I guess he always was He's careless about me, sometimes I don't think he tries But once in a while he'll hug me and smile Then I can see me in his eyes Oh, he's my guy, I know, he'll always
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|A||(Nobody Knows Better Than I) He's My Guy
Vocals [Refrain] – Betty BradleyWritten-By – Don Raye, Gene De Paul*
|B||By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
Vocals [Refrain] – Gene HowardWritten-By – Ed. Madden*, Gus Edwards
- Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.