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  • Performer: Ron Hargrave
  • Album: The Song Of The Moonlight / Hold Me
  • FLAC: 1188 mb | MP3: 1831 mb
  • Released: 1957
  • Style: Ballad, Vocal
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Ron Hargrave - The Song Of The Moonlight / Hold Me album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Song Of The Moonlight
Written By [Comps.---] – Tishman - TheodorakisWritten-By – Tishman*, Theodorakis*
2:01
B Hold Me
Written By [Comps.---] – Little-Oppenheimer-SchusterWritten-By – Oppenheimer*, Schuster*, Little*
2:21

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Ludlow Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Robbins Music Corp.

Credits

  • Orchestrated By [Orchestra Conducted By] – Harry Geller

Notes

White label "Special Disk Jockey Record"
"The Song Of The Moonlight" : based on themes from the film "I'll Met By Moonlight"

Reviewed in Billboard may 13 1957 page 69

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout: 57-XY-152
  • Matrix / Runout: 57-XY-163

Rockabilly artist Ron Hargrave performs the unlikely theme song ("Young Romance") for the 1958 cautionary tale "Unwed Mother.

Ronald J. "Ron" Hargrave (born November 8, 1929) is a well renowned ukulele player and actor from the 1950s era, who has become an icon to the Rockabilly fan base. He co-wrote music for Jerry Lee Lewis and was also identified as a billboard star musician in Japan with many singles. He currently resides in Ventura, California where he visits small shops and locations to play the ukulele for small impromptu crowds.

The Song Of The Moonlight, Hold Me ‎(7", Single, Promo).

Album Dangerous Woman. The sun is setting and you're right here by my side And the movie's playing, but we won't be watching tonight Every look (every look), every touch (every touch) Makes me wanna give you my heart I be crushin' on you, baby Stay right where you are 'cause. Moonlight is a slow, violin-enriched track that serves as the intro to Dangerous Woman. It was originally intended to be title track of the album, but the album was ultimately renamed in favor of the track Dangerous Woman. Last May, Ariana Grande announced that her third studio album was on the way and confirmed to fans via Twitter that its title was Moonlight. During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in January 2016, she announced that she changed the album title to Dangerous Woman.

Moonlight Drive is a song by the Doors, off of their 1967 album, Strange Days. Bad Moon Rising is a song by Creedence Clearwater Revival, off of their 1968 album, Green River. Lyrics include, I see the bad moon arising, I see trouble on the way, I see earthquakes and lightnin’, I see bad times today. Maiden of the Cancer Moon is a song by Quicksilver Messenger Service, off of their 1968 album, Happy Trails. This track is instrumental. Indian Moon is a song by State Radio, off of their 2005 album, Us Against the Crown. Lyrics include, and oh sir, if you ever lose your way, you can call upon this family, you can call upon this day.

Lyrics to "Moonlight" song by Ariana Grande: The sun is setting And you're right here by my side And the movie is playing But we won't be watchin. Cause I never knew, I never knew You could hold moonlight in your hands 'Til the night I held you You are my moonlight Moonlight. I kiss his fingertips As I'm wishing he's all mine He's giving me Elvis With some James Dean in his eyes. Puts his lips on my neck Makes me want to give him my body I'd be fallin' for you, baby And I just can't stop. The whole album could have been titled after this song, but then Ariana Grande changed her mind in favour of "Dangerous Woman". She explained, "'Moonlight' is a lovely song, and it's a lovely title. It's really romantic, and it definitely ties together the old music and the new music, but 'Dangerous Woman' is a lot stronger.

Moonlight Drive by The Doors is also one of the great songs you will find on this list of the top moon songs, as is Moonlight Mile by the Rolling Stones. The Beatles paid tribute to the moon with their catchy tune, Mr. Moonlight. Several songs about the moon make you want to get up and dance. Van Morrison's Moondance and Dancing in the Moonlight by King Harvest are two examples of upbeat moon songs.

ET. "'Moonlight’ is about somebody you know very well changing unnaturally over time right in front of you and pushing you away, so you want to help bring them back to their original self, VanderWaal says in a statement announcing the tune

I Prefer the Moonlight" is a song written by Gary Chapman and Mark Wright, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in September 1987 as the second single and title track from the album I Prefer the Moonlight. The song reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Kim Carnes is a guest vocalist in this song. Kenny Rogers - I Prefer The Moonlight. Kenny Rogers - We're Doin' Alright.

And while this blog is intended to cover wide and varied topics from contemporary Spiritual Care (chaplaincy), modern paganisms, and Celtic religion generally, I will – time and again – be returning to this beautiful, syntactically dense, mysterious poem as a source of connection, reflection and meaning making. In case you’re asking yourself WTF – which is, of course, Why the fuss? right? – Here is a beautiful.

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