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8 thoughts on “ Things Are No Different Now - Freddy Martin And His Orchestra - Things Are No Different Now / I Wont Be Home Anymore When You Call (Shellac)

  1. Freddy Martin died on September 30, , in Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, after suffering a second stroke. He was 76 years old. The song "Pico and Sepulveda" was recorded by Martin under the alias of "Felix Figueroa and his Orchestra" and was frequently featured on .
  2. The BBC artist page for Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Freddy Martin and His Orchestra interviews.
  3. Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: Sam's Song B: Mambo Jambo: RCA Victor USA: 7" 0: Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: Rumbalero B: Did-ee, Did-ee Do Right By You: RCA Victor USA: 7" 1: Freddy Martin And His Orchestra Freddy Martin Plays Jerome Kern For Dancing A: Make Believe B: All The Things You Are C: Smoke.
  4. Label: Bluebird (3) - B • Format: Shellac 10 Freddy Martin And His Orchestra - Why Don't We Do This More Often? / Piano Concerto In B Flat (, Shellac) | Discogs.
  5. 7" Single on 45cat: Freddy Martin And His Orchestra - Make Believe / All The Things You Are - RCA Victor - USA -
  6. Track Listings: 1. Tonight We Love 2. Santa Catalina (Island of Romance) 3. Warsaw Concerto 4. Cumana 5. Why Don;t We Do This More Often 6. Bumble Boogie 7.
  7. I'm here with you, where I wanna be It's clear to see, you're the best thing that happened to me You gave your life, just to rescue me It's clear to see, you're the best thing that happened to me [Verse 2:] As loving as you are, you took my broken heart And held it in your hand You're healing and touch was there, to show me that you cared.
  8. Freddy Martin discography and songs: Music profile for Freddy Martin, born 9 December Genres: Big Band, Traditional Pop, Swing. Albums include Ultra-Lounge Volume TV Town, Piano Concerto in B Flat / Why Don't We Do This More Often?, and Symphony / In the Middle of May.

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