Category: Soul

Swingin On A Star - Chuck Miller (7) - Vim Vam Vamoose (CD)

Comments

  1. Chuck Miller Biography by AllMusic + Follow Artist. b. California, USA. Miller was a boogie-woogie piano player who had a Top 10 single with ‘The House Of Blue Lights’, a rocking version of an Andrews Sisters song that had previously been a hit in Read Full Biography. Biography.
  2. Swinging On A Star Lyrics: Would you like to swing on a star / Carry moonbeams home in a jar / And be better off than you are / Or would you rather be a mule? / A mule is an animal with long funny.
  3. Chuck Miller: Vim Vam Vamose (/GVC) 35 tracks. Artikeleigenschaften von Label GVC ; Genre Rock'n'Roll ; Artikelart CD ; EAN: ; Gewicht in Kg: ; Miller, Chuck - Vim Vam Vamose CD 1 ; Hopahula boogie: Chuck Miller: Idaho red: Chuck Miller: The house of blue lights Swingin' on a star: Chuck Miller.
  4. "Swinging on a Star" is an American pop standard with music composed by Jimmy Van Heusen and lyrics by Johnny Burke. It was introduced by Bing Crosby in the film Going My Way, winning an Academy Award for Best Original Song that year, and has been recorded by numerous artists since then. In it finished at #37 in AFI's Years Songs survey of top tunes in American cinema.
  5. Charles Nelson Miller (30 August – 15 January ) was an American singer and pianist who had a US top ten hit in with his version of "The House of Blue Lights".. He was born in Wellington, Kansas, and learned to play piano as a child. Moon Mullican and Fats Waller were early singer piano influences. By the mids he was working as a singer and pianist in clubs in Los Angeles.
  6. CD: House Of Blue Lights / Chuck Miller: GVC CD: Vim Vam Vamoose / Chuck Miller: Orbit (United States) CD: Rock N Roll Dance Party, Vol. 6: Orbit (United States) CD: Rock N Roll Dance Party, Vol. 8: Pan American (Switzerland) CD: Primitive Love.
  7. Sep 12,  · On another occasion in Chicago in , with support provided by David Carroll’s orchestra, Chuck covered Bob Temple’s King rocker “Vim Vam Vamoose” (which alludes to Presley and “Heartbreak Hotel“) and the minor rock ‘n’ roll classic “Cool It Baby!” which had been featured by The Treniers in the movie “Teenage Rebel.
  8. Chuck Miller: Writer, Photographer, and the life lessons I learned from Street Academy. Follow Chuck. Recent Chuck Miller Posts. The results of Big Brothers Big Sisters Big Brains Trivia