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Don Cherry [US1]

Don Cherry [US1]
Real name
Donald Ross Cherry
Born
January 11, 1924
Died
April 4, 2018
Country
United States
Comments
Popular and big band singer who became a professional golfer.

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
February 24, 1958 (5 artists)
January 1953 (2 artists)
May 1972 (4 artists)
February 1962 (54 artists)
1977 Trilok Gurtu

Covers by Don Cherry [US1]

Title Performer Release date Originally by
2008 Rick Chambers
2008 Vera Lynn
1969 Rod McKuen
1966 Johnny Cash
January 1953 George Morgan
2003 Don McLean
March 25, 1957 Cleo Laine with the Dave Lee Quintet
2003 Yves Montand, Jo Stafford with Orchestra conducted by Harold Mooney
October 31, 1955 Kit Carson [1]
Sampled by Buchanan and Goodman
April 1967 Kit Carson [1]
2003 (unknown)
1968 Tommy Tucker Time
1968 Tony Bennett with Percy Faith and His Orchestra
2008 Johnny Rivers
1968 Joanie Sommers with The Bobby Troup Sextet
1969 The Orioles - Sid Bass Orch.
2003 Slim Willett with The Brush Cutters
2003 Perry Como and The Fontane Sisters
2003 Vic Damone
1968 Morton Downey
July 16, 1956 Joe Green's Marimba Band
1966 Jim Reeves
2008 Bing Crosby and Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1969 Don Gibson
1969 Johnny Darrell
2008 Johnny Darrell
1950 Helen Ford & Charles Purcell
1970 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra with vocal refrain by Red McKenzie
1968 Bing Crosby
July 16, 1956 Jo Stafford and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston & His Orchestra
July 16, 1956 Tony Martin
2003 Bread
1956 Peter Palmer, Mark Breaux, Ralph Linn, Jack Matthew, Robert McClure, Geroge Reeder
June 11, 1956 Cab Calloway & His Orchestra
1969 Rod McKuen
July 16, 1956 Dick Powell
1966 Bill Anderson
1968 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
July 16, 1956 "Fats" Waller and His Rhythm
2003 Armando Manzanero, Perry Como
July 16, 1956 Bert Lown and His Hotel Biltmore Orchestra
April 1967 Isham Jones and His Orchestra
1969 Shirley Ross
2008 Doris Day and Nestor Amaral
1969 The Suntones
1968 Gilbert B├ęcaud, Jill Corey with Jimmy Carroll
1969 Carl Belew & His Rock Crushers
July 16, 1956 Pickens Sisters
1969 Hermanos Rigual y Orquesta Chucho Zarzosa, The Kestrels
April 1967 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra
2003 Perry Como
April 1967 Lotte Lenya and Jack Gilford
1951 (unknown)
1969 Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
1969 Wilma Burgess
1969 Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra
July 16, 1956 Buddy Rogers & Kathryn Crawford
1969 Gloria Grafton & Donald Novis
1956 Peter Palmer, Edith Adams
1969 Jack Denny & His Orchestra
April 1967 Warren Smith
July 16, 1956 Red Norvo and His Orchestra
2008 Matt Monro
2003 Russ Columbo
July 16, 1956 The Jazz Pilots
July 16, 1956 Carl Ravell and His Orchestra
1970 Jack Greene
2008 The Desert Rose Band
2008 Andy Williams
1969 The Everly Brothers
2003 Bing Crosby
June 1950 Anton Karas
Covered by (4 artists)
1969 Waylon Jennings
1968 Freddie Martin and His Orchestra
October 1966 Ferlin Husky
1966 Marty Robbins with Ray Conniff and His Orchestra
January 1956 Rudy Vallee & Everett Marshall
1966 Bill Anderson
1950 Mary Eaton & Oscar Shaw
2003 (unknown), Les Brown and His Orchestra
1968 Eddy Howard and His Orchestra
1966 Jerry Orbach
2008 Jerry Orbach
2003 Perry Como
January 1956 Four Aces featuring Al Alberts
1970 Louis Armstrong
2008 Louis Armstrong
July 16, 1956 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1951 Fred Waring's Singers
2003 Lois Deppe & Russell Woodling's Jubilee Singers
1970 (unknown), The Beatles
September 10, 1956 The Pine Ridge Boys
2003 Christine Johnson
1966 Bobby Darin
2008 Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Dick Haymes

Sampled songs

Title Performer Release date Info
October 31, 1955 Originally by Kit Carson [1]
Sampled by Buchanan and Goodman

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
Cherry Smashes Don Cherry [US1] 1966 Monument
Don Cherry Don Cherry [US1] 1969 Monument
Hear & Now Don Cherry [US1] 1977 Atlantic
I Live to Love You Don Cherry [US1] 1970 Monument
It's Magic Don Cherry / Willie Nelson 2008 (self-released)
Let It Be Me Don Cherry [US1] 1968 Monument
Swingin' for Two Don Cherry with Ray Conniff & His Orchestra & Chorus July 16, 1956 Columbia
Take a Message to Mary Don Cherry [US1] 1969 Monument
There Goes My Everything Don Cherry [US1] April 1967 Monument
Without a Song - A Tribute to Perry Como Don Cherry [US1] 2003 Don Cherry

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Another Time, Another Place Don Cherry with Ray Conniff and His Orchestra February 24, 1958 Columbia
April Age Don Cherry with Percy Faith March 25, 1957 Columbia
Band of Gold Don Cherry with Ray Conniff & His Orchestra October 31, 1955 Columbia
Changeable Don Cherry and Grady Martin and The Slew Foot Five January 1953 Decca
For a Moment You Almost Slipped My Mind Don Cherry [US1] May 1972 Monument
Ghost Town Don Cherry with Ray Conniff & His Orchestra & Chorus June 11, 1956 Columbia
Maybe It's Because I Love You Too Much Don Cherry and music by Camarata 1951 Decca
Namely You Don Cherry [US1] 1956 Columbia
The 3rd Man Theme Victor Young and His Orchestra and Chorus and Don Cherry June 1950 Decca
Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye Don Cherry [US1] February 1962 Verve Records
There Goes My Everything Don Cherry [US1] October 1966 Monument
Thinking of You Don Cherry [US1] 1950 Decca
Wanted Someone to Love Me Don Cherry [US1] January 1956 Decca
You Are My Sunshine Carl Smith, Rosemary Clooney, Gene Autry, Don Cherry, The Collins Kids with The Tunesmiths September 10, 1956 Columbia

Reported errors

# Reported by Reported on Status Last update
#36439 wally creek 2008-04-23 01:03:24 UTC processed 2008-05-02 20:05:08 UTC by Denis
#41387 Isa 2010-03-18 11:31:35 UTC processed 2010-03-18 12:40:29 UTC by tsk