KINGS OF SONG - KING BROTHERS

with Geoff Love and his Orchestra and the Rita Williams Singers

ENCORE Records, for EMI RECORDS LTD. Recordings from 1957 and 1958; Abbey Road Studios, London

Side One:

  • I'M SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD (Young/Henderson)
  • MOONLIGHT AND ROSES (Black/Moret/Lemare)
  • LULLABY OF BROADWAY (Warren/Dubin)
  • THE SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP (Rodgers/Hammerstein)
  • SWINGING ON A STAR (Van Heusen/Burke)
  • A WHITE SPORT COAT (Robbins)

Side Two:

  • MANHATTAN (Rodgers/Hart)
  • THE WEDDING OF THE PAINTED DOLL (Brown/Freed)
  • APRIL SHOWERS (DeSilva/Silvers)
  • BUTTONS AND BOWS (Livingston/Evans)
  • BROADWAY MELODY (Freed/Brown)
  • HALLELUJAH! (Youmans/Robin/Grey)

Key Changes

Black Beauty

Fact of the Day

In the early 60s a young unknown band called The Beatles came to see The King Bros at the Liverpool Empire, asked for their autographs, and invited them to a party, which Denis couldn't be bothered to attend and is still kicking himself.

King Brothers Album

Listening Post

Rainbow's End - Doris Day Vocal


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