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  1. 1953 Billy Eckstine Sings Tenderly (MGM) 1953 Earl Hines – Billy Eckstine: A Treasury Of Immortal Performances - recorded 1940–1942; 1953 The Great Mr. B: Billy Eckstine and His All-Star Band (DeLuxe/King) - recorded 1944; 1954 I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart: Billy Eckstine Sings 8 Great Duke Ellington Songs (MGM) 1954 Blues For Sale

  2. › wiki › Billy_MayBilly May - Wikipedia

    May arranged and conducted Once More with Feeling, a 1960 studio album by singer Billy Eckstine on Roulette. May also arranged and recorded one album in Cleveland with Cosmic Records; Guess Who [9] for artist Jerry Lee (Jerry Principe) at the Golden Key Club; and two more albums with Keely Smith , recorded nearly 40 years apart: CheroKeely Swings from 1962; and Keely Sings Sinatra , one of May ...

  3. Billy Eckstine: MT-640 [Unissued] 113 I Hear a Symphony: The Supremes: MS-643 114 Here I Am: Barbara McNair: MS-644 115 Live at the Americana: Tony Martin: MS-645 116 My Way: Billy Eckstine: MS-646 117 On Top: Four Tops: MS-647 118 Pure Gold: The Supremes: MS-648 [Unissued] 119 The Supremes A' Go-Go: The Supremes: MS-649 120 Greatest Hits ...

  4. Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was an American singer, jazz pianist, and actor.Cole's music career began after he dropped out of school at the age of 15, and continued for the remainder of his life.

  5. › wiki › Led_ZeppelinLed Zeppelin - Wikipedia

    It consisted of fifteen songs, of which eight had been recorded at Headley Grange in 1974 and seven had been recorded earlier. A review in Rolling Stone magazine referred to Physical Graffiti as Led Zeppelin's "bid for artistic respectability", adding that the only bands Led Zeppelin had to compete with for the title "The World's Best Rock Band" were the Rolling Stones and the Who. [60]

  6. 30/11/2013 · These are all the top 40 singles for 1957. *Note: Based on the Nolan Method, these are the year-end songs that represented the Top 40 songs during the calendar year 1957. The Nolan Method ranking system was formulated by lead Top40Weekly contributor Jarrett Nolan and is based on a point system for an artist’s chart performance on Billboard ...

  7. By the end of 1948, Sinatra had slipped to fourth on DownBeat ' s annual poll of most popular singers (behind Billy Eckstine, Frankie Laine, and Bing Crosby). [129] and in the following year he was pushed out of the top spots in polls for the first time since 1943. [130]