KINGS OF SONG - KING BROTHERS

with Geoff Love and his Orchestra and the Rita Williams Singers

ENCORE Records, for EMI RECORDS LTD. Recordings from 1957 and 1958; Abbey Road Studios, London

Side One:

  • I'M SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD (Young/Henderson)
  • MOONLIGHT AND ROSES (Black/Moret/Lemare)
  • LULLABY OF BROADWAY (Warren/Dubin)
  • THE SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP (Rodgers/Hammerstein)
  • SWINGING ON A STAR (Van Heusen/Burke)
  • A WHITE SPORT COAT (Robbins)

Side Two:

  • MANHATTAN (Rodgers/Hart)
  • THE WEDDING OF THE PAINTED DOLL (Brown/Freed)
  • APRIL SHOWERS (DeSilva/Silvers)
  • BUTTONS AND BOWS (Livingston/Evans)
  • BROADWAY MELODY (Freed/Brown)
  • HALLELUJAH! (Youmans/Robin/Grey)

Key Changes

Black Beauty

Fact of the Day

In 1968, The King Bros turned down a song written by a relatively unknown Elton John (Reg Dwight) and Bernie Taupin called "I Can't Go On (Living Without You)", sung and played by Elton, and Denis wishes to God he still had the demo tape.

King Brothers Album

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