Another al Jolson!? 2. April Showers/Piano Roll Blues/The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else 3. My Mammy 4. I Only Have Eyes for You/Pretty Baby/Carolina in the Morning 5. The Man Who Raised the South 6. Rosie (You Are My Posie), When You Where Sweet Sixteen, About A Quarter To Nine 7. Israel 8. Robert E. Lee/Alabamy Bound 9. Who. Played Poker with Pocahontas/Who Paid the Rent for Mrs. Rip. 10. A Tree in the Meadow/Don't Let It Get You Down/I'll String Along.
Album: The Magic of Jolson. Release Date: January 1, 2000. Another al Jolson!? Clive Baldwin. April Showers/Piano Roll Blues/The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else, . My Mammy, Walter Donaldson, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. I Only Have Eyes for You/Pretty Baby/Carolina in the Morning. The Man Who Raised the South. Lee/Alabamy Bound, Darcy DeSylvia.
The Magic Of Jolson" Starring Clive Baldwin Süre: 07:27. Clive Baldwin - Now Its Paul McCartney Stevie Wonder Alice Cooper Elton John ■ 45 RPM 1975 Süre: 02:52. Al Jolson soundalike Norman Brooks sings Honeymoon Süre: 03:05. Al Jolson Medley sung by Great-Grand-Papa Pat (PJP) Süre: 06:32. Let Me Sing and I'm Happy (Remastered) Süre: 02:22. Al Jolson - I'll Stand Beneath Your Window Tonight and Whistle (1922) Süre: 02:31. AL JOLSON SINGS A JEWISH SONG 1935 NBC BROADCAST Süre: 04:18
Clive Baldwin’s Jolson Story. On 23rd October, 1950 the life of Al Jolson ended but the legend lives on! Now, almost fifty years on, the Jolson movement is stronger than ever; the long-standing devotion of his legions of admirers and the various Jolson Societies have contributed to this over the years, as have the continuous sales of his record albums and regular TV screenings of his biographical movies. He most amazing fact is that he is not an imitator, but and authentic exponent of theatrical magic, who just happens to have been born with a similar voice and desire to perform in a manner uncannily approximating that of the great Al Jolson, whose prophetic catch phrase "you ain’t heard nothin yet" exemplifies Clive’s performances. Clive Baldwin’s Jolson Story – Tickets. Sunday 14th May 2006 at . 0pm. All Tickets £1. 0 (£11. Clive Baldwin’s Jolson Story.
Clive Baldwin Tribute Page. Dedicated to the 45 happy years we spent together by Lenore Baldwin. When Clive came back from his Huckleberry Finn Adventure, I had colored my hair light brown, because I liked it and I thought change would be goo. .and he's not an old man. Or so he had been told. And I believed that to be true. my hair dresser was thrilled to bring him back to his scheduled youth and that the same time he insisted that I go back to being blonde
Clive Baldwin the World's Greatest Minstrel sings classic Al Jolson songs, absolutley fantastic tribute the great performer. Prime members enjoy fast & free shipping, unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows with Prime Video and many more exclusive benefits. There's a problem loading this menu at the moment.
CreditsClive Baldwin - Primary Artist
Darcy DeSylvia - Composer
Walter Donaldson - Composer
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg - Composer
Al Jolson - Composer
Sam M. Lewis - Composer
Joe Young - Composer
|1||Another al Jolson!?||Clive Baldwin||1:11|
|2||April Showers/Piano Roll Blues/The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else E.Y. "Yip" Harburg||Clive Baldwin||5:00|
|3||My Mammy Walter Donaldson / Sam M. Lewis / Joe Young||Clive Baldwin||2:53|
|4||I Only Have Eyes for You/Pretty Baby/Carolina in the Morning||Clive Baldwin||3:03|
|5||The Man Who Raised the South||Clive Baldwin||2:47|
|6||Rosie (You Are My Posie)/When You Where Sweet Sixteen/About a ...||Clive Baldwin||2:54|
|7||Israel Al Jolson||Clive Baldwin||2:06|
|8||Robert E. Lee/Alabamy Bound Darcy DeSylvia||Clive Baldwin||2:11|
|9||Who Played Poker with Pocahontas/Who Paid the Rent for Mrs. Rip ...||Clive Baldwin||3:57|
|10||A Tree in the Meadow/Don't Let It Get You Down/I'll String Along ... E.Y. "Yip" Harburg / Al Jolson||Clive Baldwin||7:53|
|11||Give My Regards to Jolson||Clive Baldwin||2:29|
|12||You Made Me Love You/Avalon/Anniversary Song/Toot Toot Tootsie Al Jolson||Clive Baldwin||5:09|
|13||The Good Lord Never Made a Bad Day||Clive Baldwin||2:51|