About a Quarter to Nine

 

The two faces of an American icon.

DEDICATED TO EVERYONE GETTING READY FOR THAT HOT DATELarry DeAngelo sings this old standard written by Al Dubin and Harry Warren. The song was first recorded in 1935, when it was featured in “Get Into Your Dance,” a gangster film starring Jolson and his wife Ruby Keeler.

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Everything Happens to Me

Larry DeAngelo - Everything Happens to Me

Larry DeAngelo – Everything Happens to Me

Larry DeAngelo sings “Everything Happens to Me” (1940), a pop standard written by Tom Adair and Matt Dennis. It was first recorded by the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra featuring Frank Sinatra. Unusually, the song focused on Sinatra’s vocal, with no trombone solo by Dorsey. Years later, Sinatra rerecorded the song with the Hollywood String Quartet; this version was featured on his 1957 album Close to You.

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You ain’t seen nothin’ yet: The Al Jolson Project

Singer Larry DeAngelo, interpreter of the Great American Songbook, embarks on his latest project: Covering the long-neglected work of the Jazz Singer, Al Jolson

NASHVILLE, TN, USA, July 2, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — If you occasionally find yourself humming old standards like April Showers and California, Here I Come, maybe you don’t need the latest Larry DeAngelo project… Read more

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