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LaVern Baker "Tweedle Dee" From the album LaVern Baker - "The Chronological" 1949-1954 Tweedlee tweedlee tweedlee dee I'm as happy.
Ellie Russell - Everlovin', Tweedle Dee MP3 version. 1274 downloads at 21 mb/s. Ellie Russell - Everlovin', Tweedle Dee FLAC version. 1453 downloads at 19 mb/s. Written-By – J. Sherman, N. Sherman. Tweedle Dee. Written-By – W. Scott.
Tweedle Dee. By Ellie Russell & the Three Belles. Or here, listing "Ellie Russell and the Three Belles, Larry Clinton and His Orchestra," Festival -Bell (Au. XP45-630 from May, 1955.
Tweedlee Dee" (also "Tweedly Dee" or "Tweedle Dee") is a rhythm and blues novelty song with a Latin-influenced riff written by Winfield Scott for LaVern Baker and recorded by her at Atlantic Records' studio in New York City in 1954. It was her first hit, reaching number 4 on Billboard magazine's R&B chart and number 14 on its pop chart. It was Scott's first commercially successful song.
The words "Tweedle-dum and Tweedle-dee" make their first appearance in print in "one of the most celebrated and most frequently quoted (and sometimes misquoted) epigrams", satirising the disagreements between George Frideric Handel and Giovanni Bononcini, written by John Byrom (1692–1763):. Some say, compar'd to Bononcini. Twixt Tweedle-dum and Tweedle-dee!. Although Byrom is clearly the author of the epigram, the last two lines have also been attributed to Jonathan Swift and Alexander Pope
Tweede Dee Tweedle Dum (Mix Version). 2. Tweede Dee Tweedle Dum (Radio Version). Tweede Dee Tweedle Dum (Instrumental Version).
|A||–Ellie Russell||Tweedle Dee
Written-By – W. Scott*
Written-By – J. Sherman*, N. Sherman*
|1085||Ellie Russell / Buddy Smith||Ellie Russell / Buddy Smith - Everlovin' / Tweedle Dee (7")||Bell Records||1085||US||1955|
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