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Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (song)

  • Type: Song
  • Length: 3 minutes



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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1933/09/00 Jerome Kern Composer Composer Jerome Kern and lyricist Otto Harbach write "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" for the Broadway musical "Roberta".
1933/10/13 Gertrude Niesen Singer Gertrude Niesen records "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" with Ray Sinatra (Frank Sinatra's second cousin) and his Orchestra.
1933/12/00 Gertrude Niesen Singer "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" by Gertrude Niesen is released by Victor, with the B-side, "Jealousy", featuring Isham Jones and his Orchestra.
1934/01/00 Paul Whiteman Performer Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra's version of "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" becomes the number one record in America.
1944/00/00 Glenn Miller Performer Glenn Miller conducts his rendition of "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" at Abbey Road Studios. Due to his sudden death later in the year, his orchestral version of the song will not be released until 1995. Abbey Road Studios London
1946/10/30 The Nat King Cole Trio Performer Nat "King" Cole records "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" with Oscar Moore playing guitar and Johnny Miller playing bass as the King Cole Trio.
1950/00/00 Jo Stafford Performer Jo Stafford includes a version of "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" on her album, "Autumn in New York".
1950/02/18 Charles Christopher Parker Performer Charlie Parker includes "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" on his album, Bird at St Nick's, a live recording of poor quality. Red Rodney: trumpet, Charlie Parker: alto sax, Al Haig: piano, Tommy Potter: bass, Roy Haynes: drums, St Nicholas Arena, NYC, 18 February
1954/05/11 Thelonious Monk Performer Thelonious Monk Quintet records "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" at the Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Gelder's parents' home at 25 Prospect Ave, Hackensack, New Jersey. The song is released in 1954 on the album "Monk".
1956/00/00 Dinah Washington Performer Dinah Washington releases "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" on her album Dinah!
1958/00/00 The Platters Performer The Platters record "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" for their album Remember When?. It will became a number one hit in the US on the Billboard Hot 100 music chart.
1958/00/00 Sarah Vaughan Performer Sarah Vaughan releases "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" on her album, No Count Sarah.
1974/08/00 Bryan Ferry Performer Bryan Ferry's "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" charts at number 17 in the United Kingdom.

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