Alma Cogan - Keep Me In Mind / Where Will The Dimple Be album flac
This was Alma& second UK hit single .
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5. More Than Ever Now (Peaks). 9. Where Will the Dimple Be. Alma Cogan & Frank Cordell and His Orchestra Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Alma Cogan was Britain's most successful female recording artist of the 1950's. Born in London in 1932, her early recordings were mainly ballads, in the style of Anne Shelton. But by 1954, this was to all change. Her first major hit was "Bell Bottom Blues", and she scored her only number one in Britain with "Dreamboat" in 1956. Novelty songs were extremely popular at the time, and Alma recorded a number of these, including "I Can't Tell A Waltz From A Tango", "Twenty Tiny Fingers" and "Never Do A Tango With An Eskimo".
Album titlle: Miss Alma Cogan! (2-CD). Genre Pop. Year of publication 2008. Artikelart CD. EAN: 5055122180036. 34. Where Will The Dimple Be? 35. A Smile Is Worth A Million Tears. 36. Crazy Little Mixed Up Heart. Cogan, Alma - Miss Alma Cogan! (2-CD) CD 2. 01. A Man. 02. Don't Stay Away Too Long. 03. In Love For The Very First Time.
LyricsWhere Will The Dimple Be? Alma Cogan. Last update on: March 13, 2019. Lyrics for Where Will The Dimple Be? by Alma Cogan. On the baby's knuckle, on the baby's knee Where will the baby's dimple be? Baby's cheek or baby's chin.
Cogan's first album, I Love to Sing, was released in 1958. Cogan was one of the first UK record artists to appear frequently on television, where her powerful voice could be showcased along with her bubbly personality and dramatic costumes. Her hooped skirts with sequins and figure-hugging tops were reputedly designed by herself and never worn twice. Cliff Richard recalls: "My first impression of her was definitely frocks – I kept thinking, how many can this woman have? Almost every song had a different costume. 1955 – "Where Will The Dimple Be?" (cover of Rosemary Clooney), "Keep Me in Mind". 1955 – "Got'n Idea", "Give A Fool A Chance". 1955 – "The Banjo's Back in Town", "Go on By" – UK No. 17, UK No. 16.
It's very difficult to listen to this posthumous album, reissued by EMI on CD in 1997 as part of its 100th anniversary series, without shedding a tear or two. Cogan's sense of release on the opening number, "Let Her Go," and her exuberant phrasing in front of an explosive, percussion-driven orchestral accompaniment, displays a glorious, tragic poignancy. Her version of "Trains and Boats and Planes" isn't much less beguiling, her radiant singing bringing an unexpectedly passionate joy to a song that's often tinged with sadness and angst
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