Angel eyes from let no man write my epitaph
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Can two things be different and the same? Or Ring Dings and Ding Dongs? Or Yodels and Ho-Hos? And does this applies to music? Can two songs, two different songs really be the same song, like twins? Think you can blame that on an evil twin?
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Let No Man Write My Epitaph
Let No Man Write My Epitaph () - Soundtracks - IMDb
But if Soulville was everything I hoped for, Epitaph is the over-achiever. Ella recorded a series of her 'greatest hits' for the soundtrack of this entirely forgettable movie, a few of which were used. Ella played a singing piano player, so she recorded the songs with only piano backing by Paul Smith. Recorded in at the United Western Recorders in Hollywood, which produced great sounding hits for everyone from Nat King Cole to the Beach Boys, this has always been recognized as one of Ella's best sounding records, and was released long ago by Classic Records. This new mastering by the late George Marino at Sterling Sound easily bests that earlier effort.
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Copyright - JazzStandards. Angel Eyes The first film to include his rendition was Jennifer
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