Christopher Harry Crosby is an American singer of the 1960s, the son of swing band leader Bob Crosby, nephew of Bing Crosby. He debuted with Warner Bros in 1963, featured in the music film Hootenanny Hoot, then issued an album, Meet Chris Crosby on MGM. He moved to Atlantic in 1966, and performed his first single for Atlantic, "Hippy Lullaby", on the Today Show in November 1967. As a record producer he set up Jupiter Productions, Lt. then Sun House Productions.
You're every thought, you're everything. Ты в каждой мысли, ты – моё всё, You're every song I ever sing. Ты – все песни, спетые мной, Summer, a winter, autumn and spring. All I do the whole day through is dream of you. Я занят лишь мечтами о тебе весь день напролёт. When skies are gray even when they're blue. Когда на небе тучи, и даже когда на нём ни облак. nd were there more than twenty four hours in a day. И будь в сутках больше двадцати четырёх часов, Oh, that'd be spent in sweet content dreamin' away.
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You can judge the staying power of David Bowie and Bing Crosby's legendarily bizarre "Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy" for yourself, but don't sleep on Captain Sensible's minor 1984 . hit "One Christmas Catalogue," a sublime synth-rock evocation of all the ways we use the holiday to mark time – for better or worse. What would Christmas be without a little manic pixie dream girl magic? And Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward sprinkle it just lightly enough on this enjoyably slight set. Like She & Him's other records, there's a spare, unfussy elegance here – it's just Ward's supple guitar, piano or ukulele and Deschanal's retro-melancholic singing (with subtle help from legendary studio drummer Jim Keltner on a couple tracks).
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There are some excellent songs here, notably Young's "This Old House" and Crosby's "Compass," but the quartet didn't really jell on its first new studio album in 14 years. Certainly, expectations were so high that the album seemed much worse than it really was, and in retrospect it seems a workmanlike effort simply lacking the spark that made this group so much more than the sum of its parts.