[Dixielandjazz] Re: She Had To Go & Lose It

Mike Durham mikedurham_jazz at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 23 23:37:22 PST 2004

Don't know about the best-selling record, but Dick Robertson & His Orch made 
perhaps the hottest version (Ma, He's Making Eyes At Me was on the reverse). 
A number of British dance bands recorded it, too.....


>From: s3856lpa at webtv.net (Harold Smith)
>To: dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com
>Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Re: She Had To Go & Lose It
>Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 15:50:37 -0600 (CST)
>William Price is right about 1939 as being the year it was fairly
>popular.   If Tommy Tucker had the hit recording--I'm not positive he
>did--the vocalist would have been Amy Arnell.  Bonnie Baker was with
>Orrin Tucker's Band.
>I kinda thought the hit record might have been by Johnny Messner's Band.
>But, how would I know?  I was only 9 years old then, and, in those days,
>kiddies were not permitted to listen to double entendre filled songs.
>Kinda like today, huh?
>Still striving for purity in thought, word and deed.        Harold Smith
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