Rosemary Clooney And Her Sister Gale - He'll Be Comin' Down The Chimney / Mommy, Can I Keep The Kitten? flac album
Title: He'll Be Comin' Down The Chimney / Mommy, Can I Keep The Kitten?
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Genre: Pop / Teens
He'll Be Coming Down the Chimney" b/w "Mommy, Can I Keep the Kitten?" (Both tracks with sister Gail Clooney). (Don't That Take The) Rag Offen the Bush" b/w "Love Is a Feeling". Mangos" b/w "Independent (On My Own)". Theme from 'Return to Peyton Place'" b/w "Without Love". Give Myself a Party" b/w "If I Can Stay Way Long Enough". I Will Follow You" b/w "The Rose and the Butterfly". The Prisoner's Song" b/w "Mixed Emotions". Hello Faithless" b/w "A Hundred Years from Today".
Artist: Rosemary Clooney. Album: Swinging Santa - Christmas Jazz. La Band Italiana, Rosemary Clooney - Mambo italiano 16 Most Requested Songs Of The 1950s. Volume One, 1989 02:33. Artist: Rosemary Clooney.
Watch the video for He'll Be Coming Down the Chimney from Rosemary Clooney's A Child's Christmas for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A new version of Last. He'll Be Coming Down the Chimney. Clooney continued working with the Pastor band until 1949, making her last recording with the band in May of that year and her first as a solo artist a month later, still for Columbia. Rosemary Clooney (born 23 May 1928 in Maysville, Kentucky, USA – 29 June 2002) was an American singer and actress. Clooney's first recordings, in May 1946, were for Columbia Records.
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Rosemary began her singing career with Betty, her sister on a radio show at Cincinnati. The two sisters joined big band orchestra of Tony Pastor in the year 1946 and toured with the band for some years. In 1949, the budding singer went to New York to start her solo career after Betty retired from singing. Two years down the line, after she signed a contract with ‘Columbia Records’, Rosemary tasted her first major success with the Number 1 hit, ‘Come On-a My House’
One of our most famous children's Christmas songs, "Comin' Down the Chimney" with Lyrics. He'll be sneezing down the chimney when he comes. Achoo! He'll be clapping down the chimney when he comes. Clap, clap! He'll be dancing around the chimney when he goes.
Comin’ down the chimney. LYRICS: He’ll be comin’ down the chimney when he comes, ho, ho, ho. He’ll be comin’ down the chimney when he comes, ho, ho, ho. He’ll be comin’ down the chimney, comin’ down the chimney, he’ll be comin’ down the chimney when he comes, ho, ho, ho. Sing verses with these words: He’ll be flying with his reindeer when he comes. Yum, yum! Now, we better go to sleep so he will come
Her father, Andrew Clooney, was an alcoholic and seldom at home, while her mother, Frances Guilfoyle, often worked away from home. The young Clooneys, Rosemary, Betty, and Nicky, lived with various relatives. I don't remember all of us living together under the same roof for more than a few weeks at a time," recalled Clooney in her book, Girl Singer: An Autobiography The Rosemary Clooney Show began in May of 1956, and featured Nelson Riddle's Orchestra and the Hi-Los. In 1957 she fronted the The Lux Show Starring Rosemary Clooney, and also appeared in the award-winning The Edsel Show with Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra. She later admitted herself to the psychiatric ward at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, and entered therapy.
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|A||He'll Be Comin' Down The Chimney
Written-By – Abner Silver, Roy Alfred
|B||Mommy, Can I Keep The Kitten?
Written-By – Mort Lindsey, Nicholas Jovan*
NotesA side was "The Official 1956 Christmas Seal Sale Song"
|4-40808||Rosemary Clooney And Her Sister Gale*||Rosemary Clooney And Her Sister Gale* - He'll Be Comin' Down The Chimney / Mommy, Can I Keep The Kitten? (7")||Columbia||4-40808||US||1956|