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Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! - Mario Lanza With Henri Renés Orchestra*, Jeff Alexander Choir, The* - Mario Lanza In A Cavalcade Of Show Tunes Vol. 3 (Vinyl)

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  1. On August 27, , Mario Lanza stepped into Republic Studios to effect the most spectacular redemption ever achieved by a singing artist. On that day and in two subsequent sessions, he recorded the 12 songs that would comprise a "Cavalcade of Show Tunes," an LP I remember purchasing when it was released in
  2. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Related topics: Sociology tramp tramp 1 / træmp / noun [countable] 1 SS HOME someone who has no home or job and moves from place to place, often asking for food or money 2 WALK a long or difficult walk a long tramp through the snow 3 especially American English old-fashioned SY a woman who has.
  3. On August 27, , Mario Lanza stepped into Republic Studios to effect the most spectacular redemption ever achieved by a singing artist. On that day and in two subsequent sessions, he recorded the 12 songs that would comprise a "Cavalcade of Show Tunes," an LP I remember purchasing when it was released in /5(10).
  4. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp is a American silent comedy film directed by Harry Edwards and starring Harry Langdon and Joan Crawford. Premise. The film tells of Harry (Langdon) a ne'er-do-well who falls in love with Betty (Crawford), a girl on a billboard. Harry participates in a cross country foot race hoping to win prize money in Produced by: Harry Langdon.
  5. Jul 25,  · A powerful number from Victor Herbert's operetta Naughty Marietta, blasted out by Mario Lanza as only he can.
  6. Directed by Charles Barton. With Jackie Gleason, Jack Durant, Florence Rice, Bruce Bennett. A pair of barbers are driven out of business because most of the men in their small town are drafted into the army. When their attempts to also enlist fail, they decide to form a Home Defense Force, and wind up getting involved with a gang of crooks.
  7. Tramp were a British blues band, active during the late s and early s on an intermittent basis. This on/off activity and the loose, transient nature of the band's line-up were reflected in the group's name. The line-up centered around the brother-sister pairing of Dave Kelly (3) and Jo-Ann Kelly, and included various members of Fleetwood Mac, plus various session musicians.

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