Download Why Cant You Behave? - Earl Wrightson, Mary Mayo, Glenn Osser - Kiss Me, Kate (Vinyl, LP) album flac mp3


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Label: Harmony (4) - HS 11001 • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Stage & Screen • Style: Musical
Why Cant You Behave? - Earl Wrightson, Mary Mayo, Glenn Osser - Kiss Me, Kate (Vinyl, LP)

Mary Mayo was the co-creator of one of the most unique and compelling records to emerge from the space age pop era, 's Moon Gas -- a collaboration with keyboardist/arranger Dick Hyman and guitarist Vinnie Bell, the album is highlighted by Mayo's ethereal and enchanting wordless vocals, a performance suggesting that of a human Theremin in both its alien approach and its otherworldly beauty.

 · Mary Mayo born 20 July Mary Mayo Riker Ham (born J in Statesville, North Carolina, † December in New York City) was an American singer in the field of jazz, folk, exotica, easy listening and pop music. She had an amazing voice with a range of four octaves. She could sing baritone, tenor, alto soprano and high violin.

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 · Believers insist that it’s Mayo’s ghost that haunts the building, and that she either killed herself or was murdered. Some versions of the story hold that she actually died in Mayo Hall itself. The truth is that Mary Mayo died in after an illness, and did so a full 28 years before the residence hall bearing her name was even built.

 · In , along with fellow mayo-hater Tony Vollmer, he co-wrote, directed and produced a minute film, The Mayo Conspiracy. “While researching deeper into the mayonnaise industry, I started uncovering explosive information that was just way too big for my blog,” Horwitz told me over email.


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  2. "So in Love" - Earl Wrightson "Why Can't You Behave?" - Mary Mayo "Where is the Life That Late I Led?" - Earl Wrightson "Wunderbar" - Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt "I Am Ashamed That Women Are So Simple" - Lois Hunt "Were Thine That Special Face" - Earl Wrightson "Always True to You in My Fashion" - Mary Mayo.

  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Kiss Me, Kate" on Discogs.

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