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Encyclopedia > April 27th


April 27 is the 117th day of the year (118th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 248 days remaining.



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Recorded this date

  • 1900 "The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring" (w. William S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    - Original Lyric Trio
  • 1905 "Father O'Flynn" (w. A. P. Graves m. arr. Charles Villiers Stanford)
    - William Hooley
  • 1906 "I'm On The Water Wagon Now" (w. Paul West m. John W. Bratton)
    - Billy Murray
  • 1906 "Cheyenne" (w. Harry H. Williams m. Egbert Van Alstyne)
    - Billy Murray
  • 1907 "The Bandolero" (w. m. Leslie Stuart)
    - Peter Dawson
  • 1909 "Down Among The Dead Men" (Macfarren & Phipps)
    - Peter Dawson
  • 1909 "Out On the Deep" (Frederic N. Löhr, Samuel K. Cowan)
    - Peter Dawson
  • 1916 "The Honolulu Blues" (w. Grant Clarke & Eddie Cox m. James V. Monaco)
    - Peerless Quartette
  • 1916 "Arrah Go On, I'm Gonna Go Back To Oregon" (w. Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young m. Bert Grant)
    - Peerless Quartette
  • 1927 "One Sweet Letter From You" (w. Lew Brown & Sidney Clare m. Harry Warren)
    - Ted Lewis & his Band
  • 1932 "One Hour With You" (w. Leo Robin m. Richard A. Whiting)
    - Jeanette MacDonald with Nat Finston & Paramount Studio Orchestra
  • 1932 "Hills Of Devon" (Sievier & Jalowicz)
    - Peter Dawson
  • 1932 "Devil-May-Care" (May)
    - Peter Dawson
  • 1932 "The Arrow And The Song" (w. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow m. Michael William Balfe)
    - Peter Dawson with O/Lawrence A. Collingwood
  • 1932 "Will O' The Wisp" (Cherry)
    - Peter Dawson
  • 1932 "Gypsy Moon" (Eyton, Borganoff)
    - Gladys Moncrieff
  • 1932 "My Hero" (w. (Eng) Stanislaus Stange (Ger) Rudolf Bernauer & Leopold Jacobson m. Oscar Straus)
    - Gladys Moncrieff
  • 1932 "We Will Always Be Sweethearts" (w. Leo Robin m. Oscar Straus)
    - Gladys Moncrieff
  • 1932 "One Hour With You" (w. Leo Robin m. Richard A. Whiting)
    - Gladys Moncrieff
  • 1934 "After All, You're All I'm After" (w. Edward Heyman m. Arthur Schwartz)
    - Al Bowlly with Ray Noble
  • 1934 "She Loves Me Not" (w. Edward Heyman m. Arthur Schwartz)
    - Al Bowlly with Ray Noble & his Orchestra
  • 1934 "My Sweet" (Hamilton)
    - Al Bowlly with Ray Noble & his Orchestra
  • 1934 "The Lonesome Road" (w. Gene Austin m. Nathaniel Shilkret)
    - Boswell Sisters with O/Victor Young
  • 1934 "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" (w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren)
    - Connie Boswell with O/Victor Young
  • 1934 "Carioca" (w. Gus Kahn & Edward Eliscu m. Vincent Youmans)
    - Connie Boswell with O/Victor Young
  • 1934 "Guiding Star" (w.m. Jack Lumsdaine)
    - John Warren with Jim Davidson & his Palais Royal Orchestra
  • 1934 "Goodnight Little Girl Of My Dreams" (Tobias, Burke)
    - John Warren with Jim Davidson & his Palais Royal Orchestra
  • 1934 "An Orchid To You" (w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Revel)
    - John Warren with Jim Davidson & his Palais Royal Orchestra
  • 1934 "There's A Cabin In The Pines" (w.m. Billy Hill)
    - John Warren with Jim Davidson & his Palais Royal Orchestra
  • 1935 "Popeye The Sailor Man" (w.m. Sammy Lerner)
    - Billy Costello
  • 1944 "A Bird In A Gilded Cage" (w. Arthur J. Lamb m. Harry Von Tilzer)
    - Virginia O'Brien
  • 1945 "Gotta Be This Or That" (w.m. Sunny Skylar)
    - Benny Goodman & his Orchestra
  • 1945 "I Fall In Love Too Easily" (w. Sammy Cahn m. Jule Styne)
    - Eugenie Baird with Mel Tormé & Mel-Tones
  • 1950 "Count Every Star" (w. Sammy Gallop m. Bruno Coquatrix)
    - Dick Haymes with Artie Shaw & his Orchestra
  • 1950 "If You Were Only Mine" (w. Charles Newman m. Isham Jones)
    - Dick Haymes with O/Artie Shaw
  • 1950 "Play A Simple Melody" (w.m. Irving Berlin)
    - Jo Stafford w. Starlighters with Paul Weston's Dixie Eight
  • 1950 "Pagan Love Song" (w. Arthur Freed m. Nacio Herb Brown)
    - Jo Stafford with Paul Weston's Dixie Eight
  • 1950 "P.S. I Love You" (w. Johnny Mercer m. Gordon Jenkins)
    - Chorus with Gordon Jenkins & his Orchestra
  • 1951 "The Morningside Of The Mountain" (w.m. Dick Manning & Larry Stock)
    - Norman Luboff Choir with Paul Weston & his Orchestra
  • 1951 "Alice In Wonderland / The Unbirthday Song" (w. Bob Hilliard m. Sammy Fain)
    - Rosemary Clooney with O/Percy Faith
  • 1951 "All In A Golden Afternoon / I'm Late" (w. Bob Hilliard m. Sammy Fain)
    - Rosemary Clooney with O/Percy Faith
  • 1951 "Love Ya" (w. Charles Tobias m. Peter De Rose)
    - Doris Day & Jack Smith with O/Paul Weston
  • 1951 "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" (w. Jean Kenbrovin w. John W. Kellette)
    - Doris Day & Jack Smith w. Norman Luboff Choir with O/Paul Weston
  • 1951 "Every Little Movement" (w. Otto Harbach m. Karl Hoschna)
    - Doris Day w. Norman Luboff Choir with O/Paul Weston
  • 1953 "Matilda, Matilda!" (w.m. Harry Thomas)
    - Harry Belafonte with O/Henri René
  • 1954 "Apres Moi" (Bernard Bennett)
    - Eartha Kitt with O/Henri René
  • 1954 "Mink Shmink" (w.m. Sid Cutner & Leo Shuken)
    - Eartha Kitt with O/Henri René
  • 1954 "Easy Does It"
    - Eartha Kitt with O/Henri René
  • 1955 "Lover, Come Back To Me" (w. Oscar Hammerstein II m. Sigmund Romberg)
    - Ella Fitzgerald with O/Benny Carter
  • 1955 "That Old Black Magic" (w. Johnny Mercer m. Harold Arlen)
    - Ella Fitzgerald with O/Benny Carter
  • 1955 "Relax_Ay_Voo" (w. Sammy Cahn m. Arthur Schwartz)
    _ Dean Martin & Line Renaud
  • 1956 "Big D" (w.m. Frank Loesser)
    - Jo Stafford with O/Paul Weston
  • 1956 "With A Little Bit Of Luck" (w. Alan Jay Lerner m. Frederick Loewe)
    - Jo Stafford with O/Paul Weston
  • 1956 "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" (w. Alan Jay Lerner m. Frederick Loewe)
    - Jo Stafford
  • 1961 "I Wonder As I Wander" (w.m. J. J. Niles)
    - Jo Stafford
  • 1961 "Shenandoah" (trad)
    - Jo Stafford
  • 1961 "Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier"
    - Jo Stafford
  • 1961 "The Nightingale" (trad US)
    - Jo Stafford
  • 1961 "You Don't Know" (J. Schroeder, M. Hawker)
    - Helen Shapiro with O/Norrie Paramor



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