Thursday, March 15, 2012

Experiment Songs (From Ballads for the Age of Science) - Dorothy Collins, Tony Mottola Orchestra, Hy Zaret & Lou Singer

Experiment Songs (From Ballads for the Age of Science) - Dorothy Collins, Tony Mottola Orchestra, Hy Zaret & Lou Singer

Biography

Born: November 18, 1926 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

Singer Dorothy Collins was common of the most popular and darling entertainers of television's golden maturity, rising to national prominence via the for a ~ time-running series Your Hit Parade. Born Marjorie Chandler in Windsor, Ontario, without ceasing November 18, 1926, at 12 she claimed ~most honors in a Detroit-area dilettant talent contest, winning a guest marksman on Motor City radio outlet WJKB's hebdomadary children's showcase — she proved so a hit that she remained through the station for several years. In 1942 Collins was...

Track roll

It's a Magnet
Vibration
We Know the Air Is There
We're Making Heat
Ice Is a Solid
Why Do I Have a Shadow?
Rocks and Gems and Minerals
The Earth Goes Around the Sun
Why Is It Raining Raindrops?
Where Does the Sun Go At Night?
What's Inside Our Earth?
Where Does the Sun Rise?
How Many Colors Are In the Rainbow?
Who's Afraid of Thunder?
It's a Magnet (Reprise)
Follies (Original Broadway Cast)
Follies (Original Broadway Cast)
Follies (Original Broadway Cast)
Follies (Original Broadway Cast)
Follies (Original Broadway Cast)
Jazz Hymns
Jazz Hymns
Jazz Hymns
100 Christmas Classics
Jazz Hymns

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