Harold Rome - And Then I Wrote mp3 album
|Genre:||Pop / Country & Folk & World|
|Title:||And Then I Wrote|
|Date of release:||1956|
|MP3 album size:||1623 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1244 mb|
|Digital formats:||MPC VQF APE MIDI MP4 AIFF MP1|
Where Did the Night Go (With Bee Bob reprise).
American composer, lyricist, and writer for musical theater, born 27 May 1908 in Hartford, Connecticut, USA, died 26 October 1993 in New York City, New York, USA.
Harold Jacob "Hecky" Rome (May 27, 1908 – October 26, 1993) was an American composer, lyricist, and writer for musical theater. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut and graduated from Hartford Public High School.
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And Then I Wrote Album. Missing lyrics by Bob Merrill?
The Way Things Are. Harold Rome.
Harold Rome wrote the songs for a series of stage musicals from the 1930s . Like his contemporary, Marc Blitzstein, Rome tended to write topical material with a left-wing political bent during the Depression years of the '30s.
|A1||Sing Me A Song Of Social Significance|
|A2||One Big Union For Two|
|A3||Sunday In The Park|
|A4||Mene Mene Tekel|
|A5||When I Grow Up|
|A6||My Heart Is Unemployed|
|A7||F. D. R. Jones|
|A8||One Of These Fine Days|
|A9||Call Me Mister|
|A10||When We Meet Again|
|A11||Along With Me|
|A12||Military Life (The Jerk Song)|
|B1||South America, Take It Away|
|B2||The Money Song|
|B3||Take Off The Coat|
|B4||Wish You Were Here|
|B5||Where Did The Night Go (With Bee Bop Reprise)|
|B7||Be Kind To Your Parents|
|B8||To My Wife|
- Written-By – Harold Rome