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Les Paul, Les Paul And Mary Ford - Jazz Me Blues / Just One More Chance download album

Les Paul, Les Paul And Mary Ford - Jazz Me Blues / Just One More Chance download album
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Album:
Jazz Me Blues / Just One More Chance
Released:
1951
Country:
US
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1824 mb
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1314 mb
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Listen to Just One More Chance from Les Paul & Mary Ford's Greatest Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. In 1951 alone, they sold six million records. Les Paul (Lester William Polsfuss, June 9, 1915 – August 12, 2009) and Mary Ford (Iris Colleen Summers, July 7, 1924 – September 30, 1977) were introduced to each other by Gene Autry in 1946 and married in 1949. They first appeared in the pop charts in 1950. Between the years 1950 and 1954, Les Paul and Mary Ford had 16 top-ten hits. They had five top-ten hits within nine months.

Les Paul, Mary Ford – Jazz Me Blues. Les Paul, Mary Ford – There's No Place Like Home. Les Paul, Mary Ford – I Can't Get Started. Les Paul & Mary Ford – Mockin' Bird Hill. Les Paul, Mary Ford – Am I Blue. Les Paul and Mary Ford – Walkin' and Whistlin' Blues. Les Paul, Mary Ford – Mister Sandman.

Les Paul, Mary Ford St. Louis Blues. Les Paul, Mary Ford Jungle Bells (Dingo-Dongo-Day). Les Paul, Mary Ford Moonlight And Shadows. Les Paul, Mary Ford Bewitched. Mary Ford, Les Paul In the Good Old Summer Time. Les Paul, Mary Ford 'Deed I Do. (play). Les Paul, Mary Ford Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me. Les Paul, Mary Ford Silent Night. Les Paul & Mary Ford Johnny Is the Boy for Me. Les Paul, Mary Ford Just One More Chance.

3 Blues Stay Away From Me Les Paul & Mary Ford 2:8. 4 In The Good Old Summertime Les Paul & Mary Ford 2:3. 5 Just One More Chance Les Paul & Mary Ford 1:48. 6 I'm Forever Blowing Words Les Paul & Mary Ford 2:50. 7 My Bab's Comin' Home Les Paul & Mary Ford 2:20. 8 Jazz Me Blues Les Paul & Mary Ford 1:31. 9 White Christmas Les Paul & Mary Ford 2:8. 10 The Lonesome Road Les Paul & Mary Ford 2:43. 11 St. Louis Blues Les Paul & Mary Ford 2:29. 12 Don't Cry, Baby Les Paul & Mary Ford 2:19

Showcasing Les Paul’s dazzling flights of fancy and Mary Ford’s warmth and feeling as a singer, Les And Mary captured the duo at a watershed moment in 1955. On Les And Mary, Paul used many of his groundbreaking techniques as the duo covered popular music standards (Cole Porter’s ‘Just One Of Those Things’ and the 1927 song ‘The Best Things In Life Are Free’, which had enjoyed a post-war revival); gospel songs (‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’); and country music (Hank Snow’s ‘I’m Movin’. Farewell For Just A While’ was described on the 1955 album sleeve as a traditional Tahitian melody, while there is also a charming version of the Rodgers and Hart tune ‘Falling In Love With Love’

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Jazz Me Blues
Written-By – Tom Delaney
B Just One More Chance
Written-By – Arthur Johnston, Sam Coslow

Credits

  • Performer – Les Paul
  • Vocals – Mary Ford (tracks: B)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
F1825 Les Paul And Mary Ford* Just One More Chance / Jazz Me Blues ‎(7", Single) Capitol Records F1825 US 1951
CL.13635 Les Paul / Les Paul With Mary Ford* Les Paul / Les Paul With Mary Ford* - The Jazz Me Blues / Just One More Chance ‎(Shellac, 10") Capitol Records CL.13635 UK Unknown
1825 Les Paul / Les Paul And Mary Ford* Les Paul / Les Paul And Mary Ford* - Jazz Me Blues / Just One More Chance ‎(Shellac, 10") Capitol Records 1825 US 1951
CL 1825 Les Paul / Les Paul And Mary Ford* Les Paul / Les Paul And Mary Ford* - Jazz Me Blues / Just One More Chance ‎(Shellac, 10") Telefunken Capitol CL 1825 Germany Unknown
C 1825 Les Paul / Les Paul And Mary Ford* Les Paul / Les Paul And Mary Ford* - Jazz Me Blues / Just One More Chance ‎(Shellac, 10") Capitol Records C 1825 Denmark Unknown