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  1. › name › nm0868123Mel Tormé - IMDb

    Mel Tormé, Soundtrack: Gangster Squad. A professional singer at the age of three, Mel Torme was a genuine musical prodigy. As a teenager, he played the drums in Chico Marx's band and earned the nickname "The Velvet Fog" because of his smooth, mellow tenor voice.

  2. Mel Torme - Comin Home Baby

  3. The bold weight of Ed Benguiat’s Discotheque in use on the cover of The Other Side of the Rainbow: With Judy Garland on the Dawn Patrol, a biography of Judy Garland, known for her role as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, by author Mel Tormé. It seems the first and second editions of the book used this cover design. From the publisher’s notes: '

  4. «All That Jazz» (canción de Mel Tormé), una canción de 1966 del álbum Right Now de Mel Tormé; All That Jazz (álbum de Breathe) All That Jazz (álbum de Ella Fitzgerald) All That Jazz: The Best of Ute Lemper «All That Jazz», una canción de Echo & the Bunnymen de Crocodiles «All That Jazz», una canción de DJ Fresh de Escape from ...

  5. 16/03/1995 · The Jimmy: Directed by Andy Ackerman. With Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander. Elaine dates a man whose habit of speaking in third person causes a wide array of confusion; George is blamed for the theft of Yankees' sports equipment.

  6. Although Tormé eventually left to form his own punk rock band, the two were later reunited in former Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan's band. On 18 July 2009, John McCoy performed at the Furnace in Swindon Wiltshire, England Performing in a group G.M.T with Bernie Tormé (guitar legend formerly with Gillan , and Ozzy Osbourne ) Robin Guy (former drummer with Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson and ...

  7. › wiki › David_WasDavid Was - Wikipedia

    A graduate of Oak Park High School in the Detroit suburb of Oak Park, Michigan, and later the University of Michigan, Was left his native Detroit for California, and found employment as the jazz critic for the now-defunct Hearst daily the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, where he forged friendships with Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis and Mel Tormé.