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Layton And Johnstone - Waiting For The Moon / Every Sunday Afternoon flac album

Layton And Johnstone - Waiting For The Moon / Every Sunday Afternoon flac album Performer: Layton And Johnstone
Title: Waiting For The Moon / Every Sunday Afternoon
Style: Vocal
Released: 1926
MP3 album: 1625 mb
FLAC album: 1649 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: AA VOC APE MP4 AC3 AIFF MIDI
Genre: Pop

Layton & Johnstone were an American vocal and piano duo in the 1920s and 1930s, consisting of Turner Layton (baritone and piano) and Clarence Tandy Johnstone (tenor). After forming in New York City in 1922, they moved to England two years later and met with immediate success. Between 1924 and 1935, they sold over 10 million records. They appeared at top venues in London, Paris and across Europe, and gave command performances for the British royal family on numerous occasions.

Turner Layton & Clarence Johnstone. View full artist profile. On Neon Genesis Evangelion's iconic 'Fly Me to the Moon' renditions and where to hear them.

Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon. Бездельничать воскресным днем (перевод Надежда Ковина). I go out to work on Monday morning. I'll be lazing on a Sunday Afternoon. Воскресным днем я буду бездельничать. Bicycling on every Wednesday evening. Вечер каждой среды - велосипедный спорт, Thursday I go waltzing to the Zoo.

Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon chronicles a week in the life of a seemingly ordinary man whose week peaks on Sunday afternoon. In a true Vaudevillian spirit, the song sounds as if sung through a megaphone. The effect was achieved by using two headphones placed within a metal can. The song is a stark contrast to the preceding hard-rock diss-track, Death on Two Legs. It makes this song seem like an extra slap in the face to the band’s old label

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Everything on 'Sunday Afternoon' is something that. well, I love doing the vaudeville side of things. It's quite a challenge. So although the song was only a short interlude on the original album, it certainly pointed the way for the more flamboyant, theatrical direction Mercury and Queen's songwriting would take in the 1970s. More songs from Queen

On a Sunday afternoon) On a Sunday afternoon, having fun (Having so much fun) Everybody's just chillin', yes they are (Everybody's just chillin') On a Sunday afternoon (On a Sunday afternoon) Yeah. I see the brothers outside, gettin' their cars together for that evening ride They'll be cruising through the park, huh, checking out the honies way before it gets dark Everybody's having fun, everybody's cold gettin' down Rollin' in their Jeeps, pumpin' the funky sounds of me, Bobby Brown.


A Waiting For The Moon
B Every Sunday Afternoon