Thanks for the memory Of sentimental verse, Nothing in my purse, And chuckles When the preacher said For better or for worse, How lovely it was. Thanks for the memory Of Schubert's Serenade, Little things of jade And traffic jams And anagrams And bills we never paid, How lovely it was. We who could laugh over big things Were parted by only a slight thing. I wonder if we did the right thing, Oh, well, that's life, I guess, I love your dress
Thanks for the memory Of Schubert's Serenade, Little things of jade And traffic jams And anagrams And bills we never paid, How lovely it was. I wonder if we did the right thing, Oh, well, that's life, I guess, I love your dress. Thanks for the memory Of faults that you forgave, Of rainbows on a wave, And stockings in the basin When a fellow needs a shave, Thank you so much. Thanks for the memory Of cushions on the floor, Hash with Dinty Moore, That pair of gay pajamas That you bought And never wore. We said goodbye with a highball, Then I got as high as a steeple, But we were intelligent people, No tears, no fuss, Hooray for us. Strictly entire nous, Darling, how are you? And how are all Those little dreams That never did come true?
Original lyrics of Thanks For The Memory song by Coleman Hawkins. Explain your version of song meaning, find more of Coleman Hawkins lyrics. Thanks for the memory Of tinkling temple bells, Alma mater yells And Cuban rum And towels from The very best hotels, Oh how lovely it was.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Xanadu Records (catalog number Xanadu 111). This album was released in 1983 year. US. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album. The album included the following session artists: Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone.
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Members: Al Haig, Bennie Green, Cecil Payne, Coleman Hawkins, John Collins (2), Nelson Boyd, Shadow Wilson.
Thanks for the Memory" (1938) is a popular song composed by Ralph Rainger with lyrics by Leo Robin. It was introduced in the 1938 film The Big Broadcast of 1938 by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross, and recorded by Shep Fields and His Orchestra featuring John Serry Sr. on accordion in the film and vocals by Bob Goday on Bluebird Records (B-7318, 1937)
Body and Soul (Coleman Hawkins album). Body and Soul is an album by the jazz tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins, including recordings made between 1939 and 1956. It takes its name from one of Hawkins' most famous performances - a 1939 recording of "Body and Soul"; the album also contains a 1956 recording of the same piece
|A2||Thanks For The Memory||3:08|
|B2||A Ghost Of A Chance||2:57|
|B3||Take It On Back||2:37|
|B4||Willow Weep For Me||2:43|
|B5||Comes The Don (Take 1)||2:25|
|B6||Comes The Don (Take 2)||2:40|
|B7||When Day Is Done||2:50|
|B8||Memories Of You||2:47|
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Georgie Auld (tracks: A5 to A8), Walter 'Foots' Thomas* (tracks: B1 to B4)
- Bass – Israel Crosby (tracks: A5 to A8), Oscar Pettiford (tracks: A1 to A4), Slam Stewart (tracks: B1 to B9)
- Clarinet – Edmond Hall (tracks: A1 to A4), Hank D'Amico (tracks: B1 to B9)
- Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster (tracks: A5 to A8)
- Drums – Cozy Cole (tracks: B1 to B9), Specs Powell (tracks: A1 to A8)
- Guitar – Hy White (tracks: A5 to A8), Remo Palmieri (tracks: A1 to A4), Tiny Grimes (tracks: B1 to B9)
- Piano – Bill Rowland* (tracks: A5 to A8), Clyde Hart (tracks: B1 to B4), Johnny Guarnieri (tracks: B5 to B9), Leonard Feather (tracks: A1 to A4)
- Producer – Don Schlitten
- Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas (tracks: B5 to B9)
- Trumpet – Buck Clayton (tracks: A1 to A4), Charlie Shavers (tracks: A5 to B9)
NotesOriginal 1944 recordings.
Recorded December 1, 1944 (A1 to A4)
Recorded May 17, 1944 (A5 to A8)
Recorded November 14, 1944 (B1 to B4)
Recorded November 21, 1944 (B5 to B9)
|FDC 5159||Coleman Hawkins||Thanks For The Memory (CD, Album, Comp)||EPM Musique, Xanadu Records||FDC 5159||France||1988|