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Label: Grand Award Records - GA 33-428 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •
Bye Bye Blackbird - Billy Rowland - Bill Rowland Plays Boogie Woogie (Vinyl, LP)

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3 Replies to “Bye Bye Blackbird - Billy Rowland - Bill Rowland Plays Boogie Woogie (Vinyl, LP)”

  1. "Bye Bye Blackbird" is a feel-good song; it was written in by composer Ray Henderson and lyricist Mort Dixon. According to Don Tyler in his book Hit Songs American Popular Music of the Pre-Rock Era, it was Henderson's third hit of the year. First popularized by Eddie Cantor.

  2.  · - Billy Rowland Plays Boogie Woogie - Billy Rowland [] Stereo release SD. Cow Cow Boogie/Rhumboogie/Bye Bye Blackbird/Scrub Me Mama With a Boogie Beat/Sentimental Journey/Shoo Shoo Baby/Mad About Him, Sad Without Him, How Can I Be Glad Without Him Blues/Undecided/Blues in the Night/When It's Sleepy Time Down South/One For My .

  3. Bye bye blackbird, as Miles plays it, in the ’50s. In the film Isadora, the song plays in the background as Isadora Duncan and a young man leave a party on the French Riviera. The scene and the song reappear throughout the movie until the end, when Duncan’s scarf snags in the wheel of the er(s): Ray Henderson.

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