Cover image for Hey there! it's Sammy Davis, Jr. at his dynamite greatest.
Title:
Hey there! it's Sammy Davis, Jr. at his dynamite greatest.
Author:
Davis, Sammy, Jr., 1925-1990, singer.
Publication Information:
Universal City, Calif. : MCA Records, [1977]

â„—1977
Physical Description:
2 audio discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
General Note:
Popular songs with instrumental ensemble.

"The selections contained on this album have previously been released on the Decca Label"--Container.

Automatic sequence.

Program and biographical notes by Leonard Feather on container.
Language:
English
Contents:
Davis dynamite: Hey there (2:45) ; September song (2:47) ; Too close for comfort (2:17) ; Something's gotta give (2:01) ; Lonesome road (2:05) ; Perdido (Lost) (2:27) ; That old black magic (2:35) ; Birth of the blues (5:11) -- Sammy swings: Oo-shoo-be-doo-be (2:42) ; By myself (2:54) ; For all we know (3:52) ; This little girl of mine (1:57) ; Gee, baby ain't I good to you (3:50) ; Mam'selle (2:45) ; Don'cha go 'way mad (2:41) ; It might as well rain (2:20) -- Why shouldn't I? (4:04) ; Get out of town (2:47) ; Night and day (2:25) ; You're sensational (2:57) --

Sammy sings Cole Porter: Begin the beguine (3:21) ; All of you (2:39) ; I concentrate on you (2:45) ; You do something to me (2:15) ; Why shouldn't I? (4:04) ; Get out of town (2:47) ; Night and day (2:25) ; You're sensational (2:57) -- Sammy and Carmen and Porgy and Bess: (There's a small hotel (3:25) ; Who cares (2:31) ; I loves you Porgy (3:45) ; There's a boat dat's leavin' soon for New York (3:57) ; I got plenty o' nuttin' (3:24) ; Bess you is my woman (4:47).
Added Title:
Davis dynamite.

Sammy swings.

Sammy sings Cole Porter.

Sammy and Carmen and Porgy and Bess.
Format :
Music LP

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