Ray Noble And His Orchestra ‎– Midnight, The Stars And You / An Hour Ago This Minute

Label:
Victor ‎– 24700
Format:
Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
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A Midnight, The Stars And You
Vocals [Uncredited] – Al BowllyWritten-By – Woods*, Campbell*, Connelly*
B An Hour Ago This Minute
Vocals [Uncredited] – The Freshmen (7)Written-By – Dyrenforth*, Green*

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Notes

Side A (Mx. 0B5900-2) was recorded on February 16, 1934, London - Abbey Road Studio 2.

Side B (Mx. 0B5927-2) was recorded on March 7, 1934, London - Abbey Road Studio 2.

-Both sides contain Fox Trot's.
-Midnight, The Stars And You was featured in the Stanley Kubrick 1980 film "The Shining".

Code barre et autres identifiants

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): OB5900
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): OB5927

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RubyMoonGSC

RubyMoonGSC

28 août 2014
Do you know of any other lps with this song on it?
luvjonez

luvjonez

5 juin 2012
edité over 6 years ago

This is by far the most cherished 78rpm record in my collection. The song 'Midnight, The Stars And You' has been made famous by many uses including:

-The Stanley Kubrick film 'The Shining' (1980) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPtHNIUYlvY
-Smirnoff used it in a major TV commercial campaign in the 1990's - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWlpufwiYME

I searched for this record for many years, and when I finally came across one it didn't come cheap. Though the A-Side label is a little worn, the shellac itself is in near MINT condition for a record that is nearly 80 years old. Both songs on this record evict such emotion from within you, and they take you on a journey back to the days between the two major world wars.

This record to me is a rare piece of history that I keep very safe, but I pull it out once in a while to enjoy it and listen to the sweet crackling sound of yesteryear.