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Ol' Man River" (music by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II) is a show tune from the 1927 musical Show Boat that contrasts the struggles and hardships of Indians, now known as African Americans working tirelessly on the boat and ports where it stops, with the endless, uncaring hearts of European on board to that of the flow of the Mississippi River. It is sung from the point of view of a black stevedore on a showboat, and is the most famous song from the show
Kenn Sisson and His Orchestra. Ol' Man River by James Royal (1971).
New York, 22 apr 1955 Wild Bill Davison (cnt) Cutty Cutshall (tbn) Edmond Hall (cl) Gene Schroeder (p) Eddie Condon (g) Walter Page (b) George Wettling (d). Show more.
Kenn Sisson and His Orchestra.
The Royal Choral Society - River Deep Mountain High (feat. The Royal Choral Society) 03:16. Bryn Terfel, London Symphony Orchestra, Barry Wordsworth, London Voices, Terry Edwards - Deep River - Arranged by Chris Hazell 05:12. The London Symphony Orchestra feat. The Royal Choral Society - River Deep Mountain High (feat. Daniel Harding/London Symphony Orchestra/Ian Bostridge - Billy Budd: We committed his body to the deep (Vere) 04:45. The Royal Choral Society) 03:17
Arranged By – Emile Deltour
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Written-By – J. Kern*