When I Grow Too Old To Dream - Roy Milton & His Solid Senders - The Grandfather Of R&B (1945-51) (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Listen to When I Grow Too Old To Dream on Spotify. John McDermott · Album · · 18 songs.
  2. Roy Milton And His Solid Senders* I'll Always Be In Love With You (as H. Sapp) Roy Milton And His Solid Senders* - I'll Always Be In Love With You / Sunny Side Of The Street ‎ (Shellac, 10") Roy Milton Record Co.
  3. Roy Milton was one of the most important figures in the development of rhythm and blues. He is often thought of as the “West Coast equivalent” of Louis Jordan. Like Jordan his musical roots lay in the big band era, and also like Jordan he formed a small jump combo in the s which went on to great chart success in the s and early s.
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  5. Lyrics to 'When I Grow Too Old To Dream' by Nat King Cole. When I grow too old to dream I will have you to remember When I grow too old to dream your love will live in my heart So kiss me my sweet and so let us part And when I grow too old to dream your love will live in my heart.
  6. Watch: New Singing Lesson Videos Can Make Anyone A Great Singer We have been gay, going our way Life has been beautiful, we have been young After you've gone, life will go on Like an old song we have sung When I grow too old to dream I'll have you to remember When I grow too old to dream Your love will live in my heart So, kiss me my sweet And so let us part And when I grow too old to dream.
  7. When I grow too old to dream, I will have you to remember. When I grow too old to dream, your love will live in my heart. So kiss me my sweet, and so.
  8. Roy Milton, Roy Milton, a drummer and vocalist from Wynnewood, Oklahoma, moved to Los Angeles where he and his group, the Solid Senders — Ben Waters (tenor sax), John Kelson (alto), Arthur Walker (trumpet), Camille Howard (piano), Johnny Rodgers (guitar) and Dallas Bartley (drums) —monopolized the R&B charts through to with a series of gutty .

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