Ray Heatherton - Sing-A-Long With Ray Heatherton (The Merry Mailman) album flac
Happy Birthday To You and Stand Up and Show Us Your Face - Words by Hecky Krasno RAY HEATHERTON with vocal trio and orchestra
Free download and listen The Joey Heatherton Album. The Joey Heatherton Album. Artists: Dick Jacobs.
Ray Heatherton (June 1, 1909 – August 15, 1997) was an American singer, Broadway musical theatre performer, and a popular New York television personality in the early days of the medium. Ray Heatherton was born in the New York City suburb of Orange, New Jersey (some sources indicate Jersey City) and was first introduced to music upon joining a boys' choir at his church. He sang with the choir until his family moved to another of the city's suburbs, the Long Island village of Floral Park.
Profile: American singer and Broadway musical theatre performer, born 1 June 1909 in New York City, New York, USA, died 15 August 1997 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA. Father of Joey Heatherton and Dick Heatherton. Variations: Viewing All Ray Heatherton. Ray Heatherton - Orch. Ray Heatherton (The Merry Mailman), Ray Heatherton With Orchestra, The Merry Mailman. Sing-A-Long With Ray Heatherton (The Merry Mailman) (LP, Album). Ray Heatherton, The Regency Players - Peter Fernandez, Bill Griffis And Corinne Orr. Ray Heatherton, The Regency Players - Peter Fernandez, Bill Griffis And Corinne Orr - A Christmas Carol (LP).
Rat Pack-era sex kitten Joey Heatherton - daughter of "Merry Mailman" actor/singer Ray Heatherton - was predominantly known for her Vegas-style stage act. However, she became a media fixture in the mid-'60s with numerous TV appearances ranging from the teen/dance program Hullabaloo to being a permanent fixture on Bob Hope's variety specials and overseas all-star tours of duty entertaining American troops. Perhaps taking a page from cohorts Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis J. and Dean Martin, this long-player consists primarily of familiar pop standards.
Dad is Ray Heatherton, known to Eastern television pioneers as The Merry Mailman for a dozen years, a Broadway musical star of the '30s, and the current major demo of a Long Island breakfast show on radio. Oddly enough, Dad and daughter never have worked together. On Sunday, as free soul Joey sings a Beatles tune, Dad offers counterpoint by crooning "Bye Bye Blackbird. TV's Merry Mailman disclosed, talking of his early days as a choir boy in Floral Park, Long Island. But when Joey was a kid, she thought singing was icky and concentrated on dancing. Additionally, Joey Heatherton hosted Dean Martin Presents The Golddiggers along with Frank Sinatra, Jr. and Joey also starred in Joey and Dad along with her father, Ray Heatherton.
The first number of the album is Willie Nelson's "Crazy," which he wrote for Patsy Cline. Patsy did it as a lament; it stands as a lasting monument to her talent. Joey did it with a lot of brass and volume, and it should be held in the same regard. I mean, this girl had some volume in addition to range. I was impressed with most of the recordings from the original release. It's really very much like the Beatle's "Long and Winding Road," which is a nice little song under all the Phil Spector post-production. I'm not impressed with the "Bonus Tracks. A number of these are real gunk, and sound more like 50's teen whining (Leslie Gore, Shelley Fabares, et al). The recordings are uneven, and a few sound like someone other than Heatherton. I really enjoy the music of Joey Heatherton.
The Joey Heatherton Album. collection of the singer's recordings. Includes her first album from 1972 on MGM Records and singles for the Decca and Coral Records. The artist was actively involved in this project from its inception up to the choice of the (topless) cover.
First Christmas Record For Children. Mitch Miller & The Sing-Along Gang. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town. Bob Keeshan (Captain Kangaroo).
|A1||The Sow Took The Measles||2:10|
|A2||Big Rock Candy Mountain||2:18|
|A3||Billie Magee Magaw||1:27|
|A4||Sweet Betsy From Pike||1:50|
|A5||Mr. Froggy Went A-Courting||1:15|
|A6||Sucking Cider Through A Straw||1:50|
|B1||Skip To My Lou||2:10|
|B2||The Blue Tail Fly||1:54|
|B3||De Camptown Races||2:00|
|B4||On Top Of Old Smokey||3:12|
|B6||Be Kind To Your Web-Footed Friends||1:01|
|B8||Polly Wolly Doodle||1:55|