I Think I’m Going Out Of My Head

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Going out of my bed ūüôā¬†

I Think I’m Going Out Of My Head¬†

From The Ed Sullivan Show

 Episode Number: 980

 Season Number: 22

First Aired: January 26, 1969

Please click here to view

Photo from Rien

Thanks to backintime0

Thanks to Gary for the link

(Non-DSB) Avril Lavigne

DSB fans love emotionally charged songs.

Nobody can express a lyric quite like Dame Shirley.

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(Non-DSB)

When You’re Gone by Canadian Avril Lavigne is a powerful, expressive¬†song.

The video is well done too, with emotional imagery that made me cry.

Never mind Avril’s mascara and¬†high voice, you might like this.

It took two hearings for me to get to like it. So give it a chance.

What might¬†it sound like covered by DSB…?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otMB3WVQNVg

22 million views, 50,000 comments on the video.

http://www.avrillavigne.com/

At Wembley

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1959 before a show at Wembley, England

Copyright : Getty Images

Henri Salvador

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“I just heard that Henri Salvador has died at the age of 90.

Remember him singing Makin’ Whoopee! with Shirley?
A
ll the best from Pieter”¬†

Henri and Shirley performed an affectionate duet in 1988.

You rarely see Shirley so relaxed and naughty in a duet.

Please click¬†here to see DSB makin’ whoopee with the charming Henri

Another bride, another June
Another sunny honeymoon
Another season, another reason
For makin’ whoopee¬†¬†

This jazz song was first popularized by Eddie Cantor in the 1928 musical Whoopee!.

 Walter Donaldson wrote the music and Gus Kahn the lyrics for the song (and the entire musical).

Click here for the Wikipedia page about Henri Salvador

Followed on this same video by a duet with Charles Aznavour.

He composed the incomparable Yesterday When I Was Young.

¬†Aznavour’s official website (music)