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Bill Kenny Of The Ink Spots - Moonlight Mystery / You Are Happiness Album

Performer:

Bill Kenny Of The Ink Spots

Title:

Moonlight Mystery / You Are Happiness

Genre:

Pop

MP3 album size:

2120 mb

Rating:

4.3

Style:

Vocal

Date of release:

1952

Bill Kenny Of The Ink Spots - Moonlight Mystery / You Are Happiness Album

Tracklist

Moonlight Mystery3:03
You Are Happiness2:40

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
28412Bill Kenny Of The Ink Spots Moonlight Mystery / You Are Happiness ‎(Shellac, 10")Decca28412US1952
9-28412Bill Kenny Of The Ink Spots Moonlight Mystery / You Are Happiness ‎(7")Decca9-28412US1952
28412Bill Kenny Of The Ink Spots Moonlight Mystery / You Are Happiness ‎(Shellac, 10", Promo)Decca28412US1952
28412Bill Kenny Of The Ink Spots Moonlight Mystery / You Are Happiness ‎(Shellac, 10")Decca28412CanadaUnknown

Album

Bill Mr. Ink Spots Kenny singing: Moonlight Mystery Vocal with Orchestra Directed by Leroy Kirkland Decca Records 1952 Written by: Bennie KENNY-SOLO VOCAL INK SPOT GROUPSSOLOIST AND RECORDINGS after leaving the original Ink Spots On 14 JULY, 1954: After 1953, Bill Kenny did solo work and had various groups. One group was called Bill Kenny and His Ink Spots Trio. None of the trio members sang. Everett Barksdale who may have sang as an Ink Spot in an earlier group played electric guitar, Andy Maize played piano and Harry Prather played bass during a 1956 tour of Britain. 28412-You Are HappinessMoonlight Mystery. 28462-Forgetting YouI Counted On You. 28677-I Keep Thinking of YouWho's To Blame. And other albums from Bill Kenny are available on sale at Recordsale. Moonlight Mystery. You Are Happiness. More music by Bill Kenny. Remember MeBill Kenny. I Hear A ChoirBill Kenny. Now You Say You CareBill Kenny. What More Can I DoBill Kenny. I Counted On You, That's Just My Way Of Forgetting YouBill Kenny. Bill Kenny with The Ink Spots. In 1936 The Ink Spots 1st Tenor Jerry Daniels left the group and was replaced by Bill Kenny. Bill Kenny made his first recordings with The Ink Spots It Ain't Nobody's Biz'ness What I Do and the swing tune Your Feet's Too Big on May 12 of that year. Kenny had a brief solo on Your Feet's Too Big. Kenny's first known solo feature came in February 1938 on a radio broadcast for radio station WEAF. The arrangements on this album were written by Doug Parker. 3 other albums, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Bill Kenny Sings, and The Ink Spots - If I Didn't Care was recorded by Bill. All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. It sometimes can enable real time monitoring of the delivery if the postal service offers a tracking number. Used method by the seller for this type of shipping : Economy. Priority -. Used method by the seller for this type of shipping : Priority Air Mail. Bill Kenny of the Ink Spots Bennie Benjamin George Weiss Leroy Kirkland. The recording on the other side of this disc: You are Happiness. 78 moonlight-mystery bill-kenny-of-the-ink-spots-bennie-benjamin-george-weiss-leroy-ki gbia0029221b 04 3. 3 CT download. download 56 Files download 18 Original. SHOW ALL. 1359 mb. Singer: Bill Kenny Of The Ink Spots. Album Title: Moonlight Mystery, You Are Happiness. Category: Pop. Directed By Sy OliverWritten-By Bill Kenny, David Allen. Directed By Leroy KirklandWritten-By Bennie Benjamin, George David Weiss. Bill Kenny June 12, 1914 March 23, 1978 was an African American singer best known for his role as lead Tenor with The Ink Spots. In 1951, he started upon a solo career and his recording of It Is No Secret became a hit on the U. pop charts. In 1966 Bill Kenny was the star of The Bill Kenny Show which aired on Canada's CBC. In 1989, 11 years after his death, Bill Kenny was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. Bill Kenny is often noted as being the father of Doo-Wop. Singers such as Elvis Presley, Clyde McPhatter, Sam Cooke, Joh read more. Bill Kenny. The voice that led to The Ink Spots success. Bill Kenny, was a pioneering African American tenor vocalist with a vocal range spanning four octav. 1,670 people like this. 1,666 people follow this. Kenny singer. Directed By Leroy KirklandWritten-By Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss. Other versions. Bill Kenny Of The Ink Spots. Moonlight Mystery, You Are Happiness Shellac, 10

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William Francis Kenny Jr. June 12, 1914 March 23, 1978, known professionally as Bill Kenny, was a pioneering African American tenor vocalist with a wide vocal range spanning four octaves. Often regarded as one of the most influential high-tenor singers of all time, Kenny was noted for his bell-like vocal clarity and impeccable diction. Although he is most famous for his role as lead tenor with the Ink Spots, Kenny also led a successful solo career after disbanding the Ink Spots in 1954. The Ink Spots were an American vocal jazz group who gained international fame in the 1930s and 1940s. Their unique musical style presaged the rhythm and blues and rock and roll musical genres, and the subgenre doo-wop. The Ink Spots were widely accepted in both the white and black communities, largely due to the ballad style introduced to the group by lead singer Bill Kenny. Bill Kenny June 12, 1914 March 23, 1978 was an African American singer best known for his role as lead Tenor with The Ink Spots. In 1951, he started upon a solo career and his recording of It Is No Secret became a hit on the U. pop charts. In 1966 Bill Kenny was the star of The Bill Kenny Show which aired on Canada's CBC. In 1989, 11 years after his death, Bill Kenny was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. Bill Kenny is often noted as being the father of Doo-Wop. Singers such as Elvis Presley, Clyde McPhatter, Sam Cooke, Joh read more. Bill Kenny of the Ink Spots singing The Gypsy Mercury Records From the Album: Bill Kenny sings the Golden Hits of The Ink Spots 1962 Written by: . YouTube Music теперь и на компьютере. Bill Kenny. The voice that led to The Ink Spots success. Bill Kenny, was a pioneering African American tenor vocalist with a vocal range spanning four octav. 1,668 people like this. 1,663 people follow this. Kenny singer. Bill Kenny: Pioneering African American tenor vocalist with a wide vocal range spanning four octaves. Pioneering African American tenor vocalist with a wide vocal range spanning four octaves. The Ink Spots: Were an American vocal jazz group who gained international fame in the 1930s and 1940s. Were an American vocal jazz group who gained international fame in the 1930s and 1940s. слушайте с пользой. The Ink Spots It Is No Secret Bill Kenny solo. download 2:18. The Ink Spots That's Just My Way of Forgetting You Bill Kenny solo. download 2:49. The Ink Spots I'm Beginning To See The Light. download 2:36. Bill Kenny of The Ink Spots I Believe In The Man In The Sky. Other listen. burn in noise electric universe. Ink Spots Singing Group: Bill Kenny, whose tenor-soprano voice became stylistic earmark of Ink Spots quartet, dies Mar 23 at age 55 Ink Spots' career traced Kenny por M. Philadelphiaborn Bill Kenny was actually not one of the first four Ink Spots. He joined the group when he was 17 years old, in 1939, to replace Slim Greene, tenor, who had died. Kenny was thus considered one of the original Ink Spots all are now dead. It was in 1939 that the group's popularity mushroomed. Their first major hit was If I Didn't Care. Kenny sang the first chorus in an exceptionally high tenor. Vocal group of the 1930s and '40s, influential to the doo wop groups of the '50s Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs . Related

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