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Album: Journey Into Melody
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Album · 2002 · 20 Songs. Robert Farnon and His Orchestra & The Queen's Hall Light Orchestra. Charles Williams & The Queen's Hall Light Orchestra.

feat: Robert Farnon Orchestra. 2. My Heart Stood Still. Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers. feat: Robert Farnon Orchestra. 3. To Each His Own. Ray Evans, Jay Livingston. 4. Darktown Strutters' Ball.

Leslie Jones and His Orchestra, Leslie Jones and His Orchestra of London, Robert Farnon and his Orchestra. Tracks count: 30. Views: 6. Robert Farnon and his Orchestra - Manhattan Playboy 02:32.

Audio CD, February 1, 1996. Disc: 1. 1. Journey Into Melody. 5. Goodbye Goodbye Cherie. 8. You Keep Coming Back Like A Song. 9. The Nearness Of You.

Listen free to Robert Farnon – FARNON: Journey into Melody (Farnon) (1946-1950) (Jumping Bean, A Star is Born and more). 21 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Connect to this site.

Robert Farnon & His Orchestra – By Candlelight. Robert Farnon And His Orchestra – Hey There. Robert Farnon and his Orchestra – First Waltz. Jos Carreras, Robert Farnon And His Orchestra – Tonight. Jos Carreras, Robert Farnon And His Orchestra – As Time Goes By. 5:39. Robert Farnon & His Orchestra – A la Claire Fontaine. Robert Farnon and his Orchestra, Eugene Conley, Robert Farnon Orchestra – Danny Boy. 4:07. Jos Carreras, Robert Farnon And His Orchestra – My Way. 3:09. Robert Farnon & His Orchestra – Cocktails For Two.

Tracklist

A1 Just One Of Those Things 2:35
A2 In A Calm 3:02
A3 Peanut Polka 2:45
A4 Invitation Waltz 2:55
B1 April In Paris 3:04
B2 Hucklebuckle 2:45
B3 Shadow Waltz 2:50
B4 Kiss Me Again 2:58

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Robert Farnon and his Orchestra