TRIBUTE TO SAVANNAH CHURCHILL... PART EIGHT!
(A Two Page 'Record Of The Week')
by Savannah Churchill And The Sentimentalists
on Manor 1046-A
released in 1946
by Savannah Churchill And The Five Kings
on Manor 1066-A
released in 1947
(Including Video From 1942 Soundie)
Above: Sexy photo of Savannah Churchill. It is stamped "Read Magazine". This photo may have appeared in Read Magazine (from the 1940's).
Above Left: Manor 1046-A released in 1946. This is the first record where Savannah was backed by a vocal group. The Sentimentalists were soon to be renamed The Four Tunes. The flip side, "I Want To Be Loved" (written by Pat Best), was a large hit.
Above Right: Manor 1066-A released in 1947. The Five Kings were the second vocal group to back Savannah.
Listen to this week's selections:
A) Click on an option below to listen to Streaming Windows Media Player.
"Foolishly Yours" - Savannah Churchill And The Sentimentalists - Manor 1046 - 1946
"Sincerely Yours" - Savannah Churchill And The Five Kings - Manor 1066 - 1947
"BOTH SONGS" NOT FUNCTIONAL!
B) Click on an option below to listen to Downloading Windows Media Player.
"Foolishly Yours" - Savannah Churchill And The Sentimentalists - Manor 1046 - 1946 (file size=438KB)
"Sincerely Yours" - Savannah Churchill And The Five Kings - Manor 1066 - 1947 (file size=390KB)
Above: Still shots from 1942 Soundie: "What To Do" - Savannah Churchill, Les Hite And His Orchestra. Soundies were a short-lived phenomenon of the early 1940s for use in nickelodeon-style jukeboxes.
THANK YOU to Paul Ressler for providing this great video!
TO VIEW SOUNDIE... Click on an option below using Windows Media Player.Streaming
(NOTE: Need a high speed connection for streaming)
(NOTE: Clip length is 1 min 53 sec, file size is 3.1MB)
(NOTE: The video was edited to remove a comical beach scene that dosen't involve Savannah. The following audio version is not edited.)
TO LISTEN TO SOUNDIE... Click on an option below using Windows Media Player.Streaming
Download (file size=449KB)
MORE!!! For Page Two of this 'Tribute To Savannah Churchill', please click HERE.
To visit 'The Savannah Churchill Web Page', please click HERE.
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