Sammy Davis Jr., - Sammy Davis jr. the Candy Man and his other Greatest Hits live download album
The discography for American jazz singer Sammy Davis Jr. Davis recorded extensively throughout his career and most recordings remain in the catalogs as various reissues. 1955 Starring Sammy Davis Jr. 1955 Just for Lovers. 1956 Here's Lookin' at You. 1957 Sammy Swings. 1957 It's All Over but the Swingin'. 1957 Boy Meets Girl (with Carmen McRae). 1958 Mood to Be Wooed and Then Some!
Samuel George Davis Jr. (December 8, 1925 – May 16, 1990) was an American singer, musician, dancer, actor, vaudevillian, comedian and activist, noted for his impressions of actors, musicians and other celebrities. At the age of three, Davis Jr. began his career in vaudeville with his father, Sammy Davis Sr. and the Will Mastin Trio, which toured nationally.
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Sammy Davis kept a number of songs, like "Birth of the Blues," in his repertoire for years. This live CD includes this and other numbers upon which he put a permanent stamp. He freely adds dramatic touches, such as impersonating a raspy aging entertainer in "Mr. Bojangles," a heart-felt touch that doesn't appear in his studio-recorded version.
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Album · 1967 · 12 Songs. More By Sammy Davis, Jr. See All. Live and Swingin': The Ultimate Rat Pack Collection. The Sounds of '66 (Remastered).
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Sammy Davis Jr. –. The Candy Man. After the Beatles broke up, all four Beatles had multiple hits as solo artists. The Beatles were popular enough that their drummer was able to climb to the summit of the Hot 100 a couple of times. In all of chart history, there’s only one accomplishment that comes anywhere close to that.