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Some Say, sung by Bevery Aadland – 1959

26 Dec

— David DeWitt

 
 

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Great piece of 50’s audio art! I remember when my mother recorded a 45 wax in the 50’s. She went by Kitty Young back then and played pop and country western. If it is Bev it was very good! Thanks David! I would like to hear Errol Leslie in that musical he did long ago!

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I have to apologize because while attempting to edit my post I inadvertently posted it three times. All should read the last version as that is the correct edited post.–A. R.

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No problem, A.R., it has been fixed. Thank you for your interesting thoughts! Let’s not forget Errol’s singing performances in “Thank you lucky stars” and “Never Say Goodbye” or even “Against All Flags”… and “Lilacs in the Spring” including the additionally released version of the title song… I must listen to Sean singing, that sure is interesting!

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Thank you, Inga! And thank you for reminding us of those wonderful singing performances of Errol’s, especially “That’s What You Jolly Well Get” from “Thank Your Lucky Stars”! You can also catch Patrice Wymore singing and dancing on YouTube In the trailer for Kirk Douglas’ 1951 film, “The Big Trees”. As for Beverley Aadland, didn’t she try to have a singing career after Errol’s death?–A. R.

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I find it amazing how many people surrounding Errol could sing. Errol of course had a pleasant voice as can be heard and seen in I believe “Montana” (1950). Sean, his son of course made a recording in 1961 and it can be heard and seen on YouTube (He sang a version of the Doris Day hit, “Secret Love” (b/w a song titled “Stay in My Heart”.) And Of course his widow, Patrice Wymore was a talented singer and performer as can be evidenced in her appearance on the 1960s American TV series,”F Troop” (an American sitcom set in the… Read more »

Just out of curiosity what is on the flip side–side B, (if there is a side B)?–A. R.

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Touching and so well sung.

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Thank you, David! So it seems Woodsie had some chops!–A. R.

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