All the World Dances (Stereo Version). David Carroll and His Orchestra. Le marchand de cacahuètes. The Beautiful Girls Of Vienna. Tea For Two. Jerry Murad's Harmonicats.
Listen to Blue Danube Walk from David Carroll and His Orchestra's All The World Dances, Percussion In Hi-Fi for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Musical director for Mercury from 1951 to the early 1960s. As studio arranger and conductor, Carroll played on numerous Top 40 hits, backing the Crew Cuts on their hit, "Sh-Boom" and Rusty Draper on his "Shifting, Whispering Sands". Under his own name, he recorded a string of LPs with the "dance" theme, mostly featuring his own compositions.
I Walk the Line is the nineteenth studio album by singer and songwriter, Johnny Cash. It was released on Columbia Records in 1964 as LP Record & Audio Cassette. It was one of the early audio cassette album released in USA. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1967. Johnny Cash - Vocals, Guitar. Luther Perkins - Lead Guitar. Norman Blake - Acoustic Guitar, Dobro. Bob Johnson, Jack Clement - Rhythm Guitar. Marshall Grant - Bass. Bill Pursell - Piano. Don Helms - Steel Guitar.
Lewis Carroll: Using the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson published the novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in 1865. Dodgson arrived at this pen name by taking his own names Charles Lutwidge, translating them into Latin as Carolus Ludovicus, then reversing and retranslating them into English. He used the name afterward for all his nonacademic works. As Charles L. Dodgson, he was the author of a fair number of books on mathematics, none of enduring importance, although Euclid and His Modern Rivals (1879) is of some historical interest.
I don't want friends I don't want meds Been feel, been love Don’t talk, don’t tell I don't want meds I don't want friends Been feel, been love Don’t talk, don’t tell. Excuse me, that I’m leaving the kaif life I could go left, but I choose the right side No stop signs, no matter if it’s rain or shine I walk the line (walk it, walk it, walk the line) Top of the ice-peak, where the plants will never blossom But I guess it’s OK, when I'm drunk on. White Russians And I got one last cigarette left Oh shit, oh shit Нахуй надо, Tommy never wore Prada My sweat is my Escada, Ferrari is my Lada No homo, this magic throat makes me money But this printed paper never made me happy No real job, just hanging with my bitch