Shaun Baker feat. Maloy - V.I.P. (Official)

Shaun Baker feat. Maloy - V.I.P. (Official)

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BEI MIR BIST DU SCHON by Gene Kardos vocal Belle Baker 1937

BEI MIR BIST DU SCHON by Gene Kardos vocal Belle Baker 1937

BEI MIR BIST DU SCHON by Gene Kardos with vocal by Belle Baker, recorded December 31, 1937. Gene Kardos recorded this again on December 31, 1937 with Pat Henry doing the vocals and it was a completely different arrangement. This recording was matrix number 22218, the Pat Henry matrix number was 22216. Busy day for the Gene Kardos Orchestra!

Jason Becker - Valley Of Fire (Official Music Video)

Jason Becker - Valley Of Fire (Official Music Video)

Pre-order Triumphant Hearts: http://smarturl.it/JasonBecker Official video for Jason Becker's Valley Of Fire featuring guest performances by Michael Lee Firkins, Steve Vai, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Gilbert, Neal Schon, Mattias IA Eklundh, Marty Friedman, Greg Howe, Jeff Loomis, Richie Kotzen, Gus G., Steve Hunter and Ben Woods. Valley Of Fire is taken from Jason's upcoming new album 'Triumphant Hearts', which will be released by Music Theories Recordings (Mascot Label Group) on December 7, 2018. YOU NOTICE THAT JOE BONAMASSA DIDN'T GIVE A QUOTE; THIS IS NOT HIS FAULT AT ALL. WE JUST WEREN'T ABLE TO GET HIS QUOTE IN TIME BECAUSE HE WAS ON TOUR. HE IS SUCH A WARM AND KIND HEARTED PERSON. WE HADN'T EVEN MET AND HE OFFERED TO PLAY FOR ME. More of Jason Becker: http://JasonBecker.com http://www.facebook.com/jasonbeckerofficial/ http://twitter.com/jasonelibecker http://www.ebay.com/usr/beckteaam http://www.instagram.com/jasonbeckerofficial

American Swing: Bei mir bist du schön - Belle Baker & Gene Kardos Orch., 1937

American Swing:  Bei mir bist du schön - Belle Baker & Gene Kardos Orch., 1937

Belle Baker with Orchestra dir. by Gene Kardos – Bei Mir Bist Du Schön, Fox Trot (Secunda /Jacobs) Brunswick 1937 (USA) NOTE: In 1937, when the unknown all-girls’ vocal combo The Andrews Sisters recoded this song as their debut album, the world went crazy about it. The old Yddish song “Bay mir bistu sheyn”, which in 1932 was transcribed by Shlomo Secunda with text written by Jacob Jacobs for the Yddish play “I Would If I Could”, presented on stage of the collapsing Brooklyn theatre, five years later, in the swing arrangement by Sammy Kahn & Saul Chaplin, became all over the world the enormous dance hit. Even in the Third Reich it was widely played in the restaurants and dance halls with a slightly “Germanised” ID (German ö in its title...) and its Yddish origins carefully overlooked by the Nazi censors. In history of the world pop song after 1937, it would be difficult to find a counting singer who has not sung or not recorded this hit. In Poland it had several versions, the most popular being one with the lyrics written after WW2 and beginning with an inviting line”Bo ty masz w sobie coś” ( meaning: For you have that “something” in you, oh really, you do! And I can’t help, all the time I’m in love with you). This version was successfully performed and recorded in the mid-1950s by early post-war Polish jazz orchestra led by Charles Bovery, and sung half in English/ half in Polish by his vocalist - a Scottish singer Elisabeth Charles, who happened to perform for some time in the communist Warsaw. Belle BAKER – born in New York in 1896 to a poor six-children Jewish family, was a vadeuville star and a torch singer, best known in the “Yddish” Brodaway, for her repertoire focused on the old and the newer Yddish songs (“Eli Eli”, “Rozhinkies myt mandeln", My Yiddishe Mama” etc.) Her style was described as the combination of the modern jazz-singing with the tender lament of the Yiddish folk song. Her career started on the streets of Brooklyn, where she sung for pennies, while selling flowers and newspapers. She was educated in a public school, which she left at age nine to make a living in a dress factory. In 1910, when she sung at the Peoples Music Hall for 3 dollars a week, she was heard by Jacob P. Adler, the famous Yiddish actor, who hired her to play in his drama and to sing songs between acts. It opened her way to the Lower East Side music halls and nightclubs, she later played in the Yiddish Theater and toured the United States many times. Her deep, resonant voice guaranteed her stardom when she played in the prestigious Palace Theatre, sharing the program with Sarah Bernhardt. She immediately got contracts for the best Broadway musical stages, including Ziegfeld , she also was offered a radio program at the Columbia Network. In later years, she toured America and Europe, her genre tending towards one of the vadeuville’s “red hot mamas”. Her last public show was on tv in 1955. Shortly thereafter she suffered a heart attack and died in Beverly Hills, LA in 1957.

Charly Baker - Es blost schon der Herbstwind

Charly Baker - Es blost schon der Herbstwind

Charly Baker - Es blost schon der Herbstwind, Apfelberg

Miles Schon Band ~ Sagebrush, Calabasas,CA ~ April 2010 Tour

Miles Schon Band ~ Sagebrush, Calabasas,CA ~ April 2010 Tour

Miles Schon ~ Guitarist, Christopher Perry ~ Vocals, Tim Baker ~ Bass, John Varn ~ Keys, Buddy Cass ~ Drums

BEI MIR BIST DU SCHON by Belle Baker 1937

BEI MIR BIST DU SCHON by Belle Baker 1937

This tune was covered by a lot of folks. Each brings their own interpretation. Cool! Enjoy!

The Band Perry - If I Die Young

The Band Perry - If I Die Young

Purchase The Band Perry’s latest music: http://umgn.us/bandperrypurchase Stream the latest from The Band Perry: http://umgn.us/bandperrystream Website: http://www.thefansperry.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebandperry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebandperry Twitter: https://twitter.com/thebandperry Music video by The Band Perry performing If I Die Young. (C) 2010 Republic Nashville Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

My Mother is a Baker (Updated) Dr. Jean

My Mother is a Baker  (Updated)  Dr. Jean

This updated version has some new graphics. The song has not changed.) Many people have different and interesting jobs. This catchy tune helps youngsters learn about some of them. How much fun can you have singing songs and moving with the music? Give it a try and find out. With a little rhythm, beat, and rock, you'll be able to dance like a dinosaur, too. Learning that involves repetition and rhythm may help improve literacy, too. Dr. Jean also sings, "The Banana Dance," a popular YouTube song about avocados, oranges and guacamole. Has anyone ever told you that you “can’t sing”? I’ve been told that myself many times. That’s the great thing about children. They don’t know you can’t sing if you put a smile on your face and act enthusiastic. Parents, teachers and pre-school, Kindergarten and first grade youngsters will all enjoy school more and likely improve learning when music is part of the classroom environment. Someone once reminded me that “a gift from the heart is always received by the heart.” We may not all be rock stars or be able to play an instrument, but we can share the magic and joy of music in our classrooms every day. And with all the academic pressure, music is clearly the “spoonful of sugar” to help the medicine go down. Tooty Ta is another favorite among Dr. Jean's fans, but she has many popular songs on her 17 CD's and 2 DVD's. Kids, parents and teachers could improve learning by singing every day in class and at home. Here are the top ten reasons to SING every day! 1. When you sing your brain emits endorphins, and endorphins make you happy! Emotions are critical to learning. 2. Music is multi-sensory. The more senses you get going to the brain, the more likely the message will get there. 3. Music is powerful for prior-learning. If children are exposed to concepts while singing, it is easier for them to learn when formally introduced. 4. Music nurtures phonemic awareness (alliteration, rhyme, etc.). 5. Songs and chants are a natural way to develop oral language and auditory memory. 6. Poems and songs lay a foundation for fluency and enhance short term memory. 7. Children are able to use their imaginations and create pictures in their brains when they sing. This is an important part of reading comprehension. 8. Repetition is a key to learning. It is much more fun to repeat songs than worksheets! 9. Singing and dancing relieve stress and oxygenate the brain. 10. Through music and movement ALL children can feel successful. A “community of learners” is enhanced when teachers and children enjoy something together! There was a study that was reported on National Public Radio called “Alive Inside.” In the research study they made iPods of songs that had a special significance to patients suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s. These patients didn’t recognize family members, but when they heard the music they tapped their feet, sang the words, and smiled! So many things that we do in our classrooms will be forgotten, but the songs will be stored in children’s brains for a lifetime! What a privilege to be able to do this!

Shaun Baker feat. Maloy - Give!

Shaun Baker feat. Maloy - Give!

Copyright protected work. (p) by Uptunes GmbH / Written by Shaun Baker & Sebastian Wolter - Alle Rechte vorbehalten / All rights reserved. Only forwatching, listening and streaming. Downloading, copying, sharing and making available is strictly prohibited.

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