9 thoughts on “ Youre The Cream In My Coffee - The ;Cat; Anderson Orchestra* - Cat On A Hot Tin Horn (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. MG Cat On A Hot Tin Horn / Cat Anderson Orchestra. Label Type: white Mercury promotional B: Matrix Number: An unique big-band ensemble headed by Cat Anderson, featuring a great amount of solos by each musicians. You're The Cream In My Coffee (Henderson - DeSylva - Brown) B (JB).
  2. Cat's in the Alley, an album by Cat Anderson & His Orchestra on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Previous to You're the Cream in My Coffee, I had never read a Roaring 20's novel. Although I didn't expect to enjoy it, I was pleasantly surprised. The characters in this novel were its crowning jewel. I enjoyed going on adventures with Marjorie, getting to know Dot, and unraveling the Reviews:
  4. Cat Anderson, taking a day off from the Duke Ellington Orchestra, is heard on this out-of-print Lp playing on his first full album as a bandleader (he had previously cut eight selections during two sessions in and ).
  5. CAT ANDERSON ORCHESTRA. Cat On a Hot Tin Horn. Vinyl LP. Mercury Records SR Stereo, deep groove pressing. COVER: VG++ laminated front cover, some corner wear and lamination bubbling. VINYL: VG++ a few light sleeve scuffs and light surface scratches. Cat Anderson trumpet. Clark Terry, Renald Jones, Ernie Royal, Ray Copeland tracconleufibdegy.ceutepovercardhisratalalispavi.infoinfo Rating: % positive.
  6. You're the cream in my coffee You're the salt in my stew You'll always be my necessity I'd be lost without you You're the starch in my collar You're the lace in my shoe You'll always be my necessity I'd be lost without you Most men tell love tales And each phrase dovetails You've heard each known way This way is my own way You're the sail of my love boat You're the captain and crew You'll.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Cat On A Hot Tin Horn on Discogs.
  8. Song information for You're the Cream In My Coffee - The Rhythmic Troubadours, Ben Selvin & His Orchestra on AllMusic.
  9. The song provided a backdrop for the television play Cream in My Coffee by English dramatist Dennis Potter. This song was used as the theme song for The Mrs Bradley Mysteries in and it was recorded by BBC Records and sung by Graham Dalby and The Grahamophones in a re-creation of Jack Hylton 's version.

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