In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree is a popular song dating from 1905. It was written by Harry Williams and Egbert Van Alstyne (music). Popular recordings in 1905 were by Henry Burr; Albert Campbell; Haydn Quartet; and by Arthur Pryor's Band. Other recordings were by Duke Ellington (Brunswick 6646, recorded August 15, 1933), Louis Armstrong and The Mills Brothers (Decca 1495, recorded June 29, 1937) and Alma Cogan (1962).
Written and composed by American songwriter Paul Dresser, it was published by the Tin Pan Alley firm of Howley, Haviland and Company in October 1897. The lyrics of the ballad reminisce about life near Dresser's childhood home by the Wabash River in Indiana, United States
The paths of Johnny Hodges (John Cornelius "Johnny" Hodges, nicknames: "Rabbit", "Jeep". b. July 25, 1906, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, d. May 11, 1970) and Duke Ellington are eternally intertwined. While Hodges is now universally acknowledged as one of the seminal alto saxophonists in jazz he was, at times, overlooked as an artist in his own right; somehow hidden in the penumbra of The Duke Ellington Orchestra, for which Mr. Hodges was the lead alto player for many decades (doubling on soprano saxophone in the '30's and '40's as . ead.
In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree Lyrics. In the shade of the old apple tree Where the love in your eyes I could see When the voice that I heard like the song of a bird Seemed to whisper sweet music to me. I could hear the dull buzz of the bee In the blossoms as you said to me "With a heart that is true, I'll be waiting for you" "In the shade of the old apple tree". In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree" Track Info. 4 Of A Kind The Ink Spots. 5. Shine On Harvest Moon. 8. I've Got The World On A String. 10. In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree. In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree Lyrics.
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In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree. This song is by Leon Redbone and appears on the album Any Time (2001). The oriole with joy was sweetly singingThe little brook was babbling it's tuneThe village bells at noon were gaily ringingThe world seem'd brighter than a harvest moon. For there within my arms I gently pressed youAnd blushing red, you slowly turned awayI can't forget the way I once caressed youI only pray we'll meet another day. Released by Stomp Off Records Jun 2014 18 Tracks. Gaana is the one-stop solution for all your music needs.