|1||About A Quarter To Nine|
Written-By – Dubin, Warren
A & B: "Len Bermon with Orchestra"
A: "Intro: 'It's an old Southern Custom', 'I'll never say "never again" again', 'What's the Reason!'." No composers credits shown for this side.
B: "From film: 'CASINO DE PAREE'", "Intro: Step-Dancing by LEN BERMON"
- Matrix / Runout (A runout): Bb 974
- Matrix / Runout (B runout): Bb 975
Len Bermon was drummer and vocalist with Henry Hall from 1932 to 1935. At which point he left to go solo. He recorded for Parlophone but his records do A Quarter To Nine. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Текст песни: The stars Are gonna twinkle and shine This evenin' 'bout a quarter to Len Berman. Contact Michael Riedel. Email WOR Programming Dept. Governor Cuomo Cracks Down on Bars and RestaurantsJul 17, 2020. Mets Beat-writer Tim Healey: Favorite To Buy The Team Is Steve CohenJul 17, 2020. About Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning. Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the More. Advertise with 710 WOR, Get Results. Download The Free iHeartRadio App. Find a Podcast. Don't miss out on the latest local, sports, political & national news for the greater NYC area from WOR 710. About a Quarter to Nine is a popular song written by Al Dubin and Harry Warren and published in 1935 by M. Witmark & Son, New York. The songwriting partnership of Dubin and Warren wrote About a Quarter to Nine for the 1935 musical film Go into Your Dance, directed by Archie L. Mayo and starring Al Jolson and Ruby Keeler. In the film the song is introduced by Jolson. This song and the satirical song She's a Latin from Manhattan were the most successful songs from the movie. Album 2012 1 Song. Try it : Pennies from Heaven, After You've Gone, Never the Less I'm in Love with You, Some Sunday Morning, About a Quarter to Nine, September in the Rain - John McSweeney. From the Album Marvel of Musicals Vol. October 7, 2013. Fix in Music Library