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Me & My Shadow - Pearl Bailey - Hello Pearlie Mae (Vinyl, LP)


  1. PEARL BAILEY Vinyl Records and CDs: American actress and singer, born 29 March in Newport News, Virginia, USA and died of heart disease on 17 August in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA at age Pearl was a band vocalist from - She appeared in .
  2. Label: MCA Records - MCL ,MCA Records - COPS • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Mono • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Pearl Bailey - Hello Pearlie Mae (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore3/5(3).
  3. Bailey frequently appeared in the Old Howard theater in downtown Washington. As a young woman she toured the Pennsylvania mining towns as a dancer and later as a singer in Vaudeville. She starred in the film St. Louis Blues opposite Nat King Cole, which was the biography of W.C. Handy.
  4. ME AND MY SHADOW (Al Jolson / Dave Dreyer / Billy Rose) Whispering Jack Smith - Nat Shilkret and His Orch. (vocal: Johnny Marvin) - Scrappy Lambert - Rose Murphy - Billy May & His Orch. (vocal: The Sportsmen) - Perry Como - Dave Brubeck Quartet (Instr.) - Ferlin Husky - The Mills Brothers - Linda Lawson - Frank Sinatra & Sammy Davis Jr. -
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Come On, Let's Play with Pearlie Mae - Pearl Bailey on AllMusic -
  6. Pearl Mae Bailey (29/3 / to 17/08/) American singer and actress. Pearl made her Broadway debut in St. Louis Woman in She won a Tony Award for the title role in Hello, Dolly! in Her rendition of "Takes Two to Tango" hit the top ten in She was born in Southampton County, Virginia, to Rev. Joseph & Ella Mae Bailey.
  7. Me and My Shadow Pearl Bailey Buy This Song. FAVORITE (0 fans) Pearl Bailey. Pearl Mae Bailey (March 29, – August 17, ) was an American actress and singer. After appearing in vaudeville, she made her Broadway debut in St. Louis Woman in She won a Tony Award for the title role in the all-black production of Hello, Dolly! in
  8. 's "Pearl Bailey Sings for Adults Only" and 's "More Songs for Adults Only" by Pearl Bailey may have been risque at the time (the phrase "sex life" is uttered in one song), but now has no shock-value. There is some mild innuendo, but no much more/5(7).

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