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I Get The Blues When It Rains - Claude Thornhill And His Orchestra - 1941 & 1947 (CD)

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  1. Shop Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra: // Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra: // I Get the Blues When It Rains 9. Marie Sorta Kinda A Sunday Kind of Love Rustle of Spring3/5(1).
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  3. CD CLAUDE THORNHILL & His Orchestra "The Song Is You" Transcription performances featuring Gil Evans arrangements with Lee Konitz from Titles - Poor Little Rich Girl / Adios / Were or When / Spanish Dance / Anthropology / Baia / Arab Dance / Robbins Nest / Royal Garden Blues / Polka Dots / There's a Small Hotel / I Knew You When / Someone to watch over Me / I Don't Know Why / April.
  4. I get the blues when it rains, The blues I can't lose when it rains Each little drop that falls on my window pane Always reminds me of the tears I've shed in vain I sit and wait for the sun To shine down on me once again It rained when I found you, It rained when I lost you, That's why I'm so blue when it rains.
  5. The song I Get the Blues When It Rains was written by Harry Stoddard and Marcy Klauber and was first recorded and released by Carl Haworth in It was covered by Al Nevins and His Orchestra, Sandy Dennison, Pee Wee Hunt, Della Reese and other artists.
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  7. I Get the Blues When It Rains - Lee Konitz, Allan Langstaff, Louis Mucci, Danny Polo, Sandy Siegelstein, Tak Takvorian, Emil Terry, Claude Thornhill, Walt Weschler, Eddie Zandy; $ on iTunes 9. Snowfall - Allan Langstaff, Louis Mucci, Danny Polo, Sandy Siegelstein, Tak Takvorian, Emil Terry, Claude Thornhill, Walt Weschler, Eddie Zandy.
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