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Moon Mullican - I Left My Heart In Texas / Sweeter Than The Flowers album flac

  • Performer: Moon Mullican
  • Album: I Left My Heart In Texas / Sweeter Than The Flowers
  • FLAC: 1699 mb | MP3: 1220 mb
  • Released: 1947
  • Country: US
  • Style: Country
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Moon Mullican - I Left My Heart In Texas / Sweeter Than The Flowers album flac

Tracklist

I Left My Heart In Texas
Sweeter Than The Flowers

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
673 Moon Mullican I Left My Heart In Texas / Sweeter Than The Flowers ‎(Shellac, 10") King Records 673 US 1947
45-673 Moon Mullican I Left My Heart In Texas / Sweeter Than The Flowers ‎(7") King Records 45-673 US Unknown

In the early 1960s, Mullican was a largely forgotten figure nationally, but based himself in Texas and carried on gigging and recording for the Starday and . On New Year's Eve 1966, he suffered a heart attack in Beaumont, Texas, and died early in the morning on January 1, 1967. He and his wife, Eunice, who survived him (she died in 1973), had no children.

Mona Lisa 13- Sweeter Than The Flowers 14- The Tie That Binds 15- Wait A Minute 16- What My Eyes See My Heart Believes 17- When Love Dies Where Does It. .

By the 1930s, Mullican had earned the nickname "Moon", either short for "moonshine" or from his all-night performances (sources differ). He also played and recorded with Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers, the Sunshine Boys, and Jimmie Davis.

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Interpret: Moon Mullican. Album titlle: The End Of The Rainbow (1940-54). Label BRITISH ARCHIVE. A fter finally getting free from King Records, Moon went on to record for Decca and Coral Records during the heart of the rock 'n' roll era, and that's the part of Moon's story we're telling here. He re-cut some of his big hits, like Pipeliner Blues, Sweeter Than The Flowers and I'll Sail My Ship Alone. Moon Mullican: I'll Sail My Ship Alone - Mr. Honky Tonk Man (CD) Art-Nr. Ready to ship today, delivery time appr.

Left My Heart in Tokyo" is a song by British girl group Mini Viva, co-written by Norwegian singer Annie and French remixer Fred Falke and produced by Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania. The song was released as Mini Viva's debut single in September 2009. NME called the song "the catchiest single of 2009. The single was originally released as a 10" vinyl single in December 2008 on World's Finest Records, featuring two mixes by Fred Falke.

Heart In The Right Place. Heartache All Over the World. My Baby Left Me. My Baby Loves Lovin'. The Flowers Will Never Die. The Fox. The Goaldigger's Song. Loving you has made my life sweeter than ever, sweeter than ever. Любовь к тебе сделала мою жизнь лучше, чем когда-либо, лучше, чем когда-либо.

I Left My Heart in San Francisco is an album by Tony Bennett, released in 1962 on Columbia Records. It peaked at on the Billboard pop albums chart, and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. Tony Bennett won two 1962 Grammy Awards for the title song: Record of the Year and Best Solo Vocal Performance, Male.

Moon was born to Oscar Luther Mullican (1876–1961) and his first wife, Virginia Jordan Mullican (1880–1915), near Corrigan, Polk County, Texas. After making his mark as a local piano player, he left home at 16, and headed to Houston, where he began playing piano and singing in local clubs. His career choice was to be a singer or a preacher, and he chose the former. He had many top 10 hits in this time including the No. 1 "I'll Sail My Ship Alone" as well as "Sweeter than the Flowers", "Cherokee Boogie" and many "Jole Blon" derivatives  . In the early 1960s, Mullican was a largely forgotten figure nationally, but based himself in Texas and carried on gigging and recording for the Starday and Spar labels.

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