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My Ideal - Pearl Bailey - Hello Pearlie Mae (Vinyl, LP)


  1. Pearl Bailey, American entertainer notable for her sultry singing and mischievous humour. Bailey was the daughter of the Rev. Joseph James Bailey, and she attributed much of her vocal ability to her childhood singing in church. At the age of 15 she quit her high school in Philadelphia for a career.
  2. Pearl Mae Bailey was a Big Band Era singer and actress whose career encompassed appearances on Broadway and in film. Over a nearly year span, Bailey produced hit singles, caused a sensation on stage and screen, and earned a Tony award and multiple appointments as the U.S. Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations under Presidents Ford, Reagan, and George H. W. Bush.
  3. Article properties: Pearl Bailey: Come On Let's Play With Pearlie Mae (CD) Interpret: Pearl Bailey ; Album titlle: Come On Let's Play With Pearlie Mae (CD) Year of publication ; Genre Pop ; Label ROULETTE ; Artikelart CD ; EAN: ; weight in Kg
  4. Feb 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Easy Street - Pearlie Mae YouTube Robin Williams on Carson w/ Jonathan Winters - Duration: MaTeOWaNnA CoMeDy ReMaStErZ Recommended for you.
  5. Bailey would go on to win a Tony Award for her role in the all-black version of Hello Dolly!, which ran for 2, performances from Nov. 12, to Dec. 27, Thelma Carpenter was cast as.
  6. On CORONET's SINGING & SWINGING (CXS ) LP, Pearl Bailey and a brassy orchestra have the first four cuts only. Audio range of these circa mono recordings is wide and distortion-free. Their clean sound is only marginally compromised by an ever-present vinyl white noise typical of CORONET and other bargain priced labels/5(3).
  7. Feb 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Cultured Pearl on Discogs. Label: Coral - CRL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Vocal5/5(1).
  8. In , a new recording contract (with Roulette) resulted in a change of direction. After her double-entendre LP For Adults Only was banned from radio play, it became a big seller and occasioned a string of similar albums during the early '60s. She continued to perform on Broadway, and won a Tony award in for her title role in Hello, Dolly!.

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