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Peggy Lee - Fly Me To the Moon (In Other Words) [Performed Live On the Ed Sullivan Show] album download
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Peggy Lee - Fly Me To the Moon (In Other Words) [Performed Live On the Ed Sullivan Show] album download

Performer:
Peggy Lee
Album:
Fly Me To the Moon (In Other Words) [Performed Live On the Ed Sullivan Show]
Style:
Traditional Pop,Vocal Jazz,Vocal Pop
Genre:
Duration:
2:53
MP3 archive size:
1908 mb
FLAC archive size:
1842 mb
Other formats:
ADX ASF VQF VOX WMA MPC
Rating:
4.2
Votes:
304

Peggy Lee. Fly Me To the Moon (In Other Words).

In Other Words (Fly Me To The Moon). Peggy Lee. Fly Me To The Moon. Keiko Lee. Julie London, Gregory Porter.

In Other Words quickly achieved popularity with singers. Lee convinced Howard to officially change the song’s name to Fly Me to the Moon, and for a while the song was billed as Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) until the original title was all but forgotten

Fly Me to the Moon, originally titled "In Other Words", is a song written in 1954 by Bart Howard. Kaye Ballard made the first recording of the song the year it was written. Frank Sinatra's 1964 version was closely associated with the Apollo missions to the Moon. In 1999, the Songwriters Hall of Fame honored "Fly Me to the Moon" by inducting it as a "Towering Song".

Thank you for your patience. Words and Music by: Bart Howard. Fly Me to the Moon" (originally titled ''In Other Words'') was introduced in 1954 by the cabaret singer Felicia Sanders at the chic New York Nightclub The Blue Angel where Bart Howard was host and became a hit after Peggy Lee sang it on ''The Ed Sullivan Show'' in October 1960, Kaye Ballard made the first recording and Joe Harnell recorded a bossa. nova instrumental version in 1962.

In 1960, Peggy Lee released the song on the album Pretty Eyes, then made it more popular when she performed it in front of a large television audience on The Ed Sullivan Show. As the song's popularity increased, it became better known as Fly Me to the Moon, and in 1963 Peggy Lee convinced Bart Howard to make the. name change official

In other words: hold my hand In other words: baby, kiss me. Fill my heart with song And let me sing for ever more You are all I long for All I worship and adore. In other words: please, be true In other words: I love you. Fill my heart with song Let me sing for ever more You are all I long for All I worship and adore. Jones had worked with Count Basie a year earlier on the album "This Time by Basie" (1963), which also included a version of "Fly Me to the Moon".

In other words, hold my hand In other words, baby kiss me. In other words, please be true In other words, I love you. More on Genius. Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words)" Track Info. Sentimental Journey, Latin for Lovers Doris Day. 1. The More I See You. 3. Come To Baby Do. As the song's popularity increased, it became better known as Fly Me to the Moon, and in 1963 Peggy Lee convinced Bart Howard to make the name change official  .

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words) [Performed Live on the Ed Sullivan Show 10/16/60] Bart Howard Peggy Lee 2:53