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7 thoughts on “ Smoke Gets In Your Eyes - Bucky Pizzarelli - Love Songs

  1. Dec 22,  · As it turns out my favorite was "Smoke Gets in your Eyes" with Bucky Pizzarrelli. Now Bucky is pretty much a chord specialist, so I was surprised to see his beautiful, languid sound on that tune. Kenny Burrell always does a great blues, & he did the same on a number called "Blues Bag."5/5(1).
  2. Ack Van Rooyen - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Ack Van Rooyen (The Hague, January 1,) Ack van Rooyen's career in the jazz circuit and as a studio musician covers a broad spectrum. Born on New Year's day , he graduated cum laude from the Royal Conservatory of the Hague in
  3. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Lyrics: They asked me how I knew / My true love was true / I of course replied, something here inside / Cannot be denied / They said some day you'll find / All who love are.
  4. The timbral range of the seven-string becomes fully apparent during Ellington's "Come Sunday," and big, piano-like chords ring through "End of a Love Affair." While I'm no purist when it comes to these things, I'm pretty sure I hear some punch-in edits during "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes," and also during "Squattin' at the Grotto" and "Please.".
  5. My true love was true I of course replied, something here Inside cannot be denied. They said someday you'll find All who love are blind When your heart's on fire, you must realize Smoke gets in your eyes. So I laughed, oh yes I gaily laughed To think they could doubt, doubt my love Yet today, my love has flown away I am without my love.
  6. OLDIES - Smoke Gets in Your Eyes Lyrics. They asked me how I knew My true love was true oh I of course replied Something here inside Can not be denied They, said some day you'll.
  7. Aug 25,  · Before this song was gorgeously sung by The Platters, it was first on Broadway! “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” is a show tune written by American composer Jerome Kern and lyricist Otto Harbach for their musical Roberta. The song was sung in the original Broadway show by Tamara Drasin. Its first recorded performance was More.

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