Neil Sedaka - My Yiddishe Momme album flac
Cover of Jack Yellen's famous vaudeville song from the Roaring 20s.
This song is by Neil Sedaka
Album Oh Carol: The Complete Recordings, 1955–66. My Yiddishe Momme Lyrics. angel, one that I fondly call
My Yiddishe Momme" is a song written by Jack Yellen (words and music) and Lew Pollack (music), first recorded by Willie Howard, and was made famous in Vaudeville by Belle Baker and by Sophie Tucker, and later by the Barry Sisters. Sophie Tucker began singing "My Yiddishe Momme" in 1925, after the death of her own mother. She later dedicated her autobiography Some of These Days to Yellen, "A grand song writer, and a grander friend". Sophie Tucker made 'Mama' a top 5 .
My Yiddishe Momme: Neil Sedaka at Chequers. My Yiddishe Momme: Neil Sedaka at Chequers is a 1966 Australian compilation album containing the works of American pop singer Neil Sedaka. Eight of the songs on this album had been previously released earlier in Sedaka's career, but it included four new recordings produced in RCA's Australian studios in Sydney, Australia, following a concert Sedaka had given at Sydney's famous Chequers nightclub. It was released on RCA's Australian label.
Eight of the songs on this album had been previously released earlier in Sedaka's career, but it included four new recordings produced in RCA's Australian studios in Sydney, Australia, following a concert Sedaka had given at Sydney's famous Chequers nightclub. Tracks 1, 6, 7 and 12 were new recordings produced at RCA's Australian studios in Syndey
Neil Sadaka One way ticket (to the blues) (Hank Hunter/Jack Keller). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Neil Sadaka One more mountain to climb. Neil Sadaka One Way Ticket (To The Blues).
Neil Sedaka – Neil Sedaka is an American pop singer, pianist, composer and record producer. Sedaka was born in Brooklyn, New York and his father, Mac Sedaka, was a taxi driver and a Sephardi Jew of Turkish origin. It was the track of Sedakas 1961 album Neil Sedaka Sings Little Devil. It was released in 1961 and became a hit for him reaching in the US Billboard Charts, jack Keller and Ernie Hayes on piano, Harry Lookofsky, Julius Held, David Nadian, Paul Winter, Arnold Edius and Julies Brand on violins. Little Devil was Sedakas first song to be translated into Italian - Esagerata and it was also translated into German and Spanish. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics.
My Yiddishe Momme (Egy őszhajú asszony) instrumental version by Hungarian guitarist Faragó "Judy" István. Hungarian lyrics by G. Dénes György, sung by Fényes Kató, Vámosi János and others. This version was prominently featured in the Hungarian film Eldorado (1988). My Yiddishe Mama by Yosef Rosenblatt. Mein Idishe Mame by Marian Hemar, recorded by, among others, Hanka Ordonówna and Hanna Skarżanka. Hemar's lyrics are not a translation of the original text, rather, they are a tragic story of a Jewish mother in Poland and her son who immigrated to America. The song was included in the 1965 Horst Jankowski album The Genius of Jankowski! Neil Sedaka covered the song in English and Yiddish in 1966.
|A1(c)||Tzena, Tzena, Tzena|
|A3||Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen||2:40|
|A4||All The Way||3:16|
|A5||You Mean Everything To Me||2:32|
|A6||My Yiddishe Momme||5:43|
|B2||I Found My World In You||2:41|
|B3||Look To The Rainbow||3:35|
|B5||Nothing Ever Changes My Love For You||3:33|
|B6||Hallelujah I Love Her So||2:46|
- Manufactured By – RCA Of Australia Pty. Ltd.
- Recorded At – Chequers
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): TPRM-0195
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): TPRM-0196