There’s Frost On The Moon (Spring In My Heart)

 

Art Shaw and his Orchestra : There’s Frost On The Moon

 

Album:  
Side A: The Skeleton In The Closet
Side B: There’s Frost On The Moon (Spring In My Heart)

Style:  Jazz

Date Recorded: October 30, 1936

Composer: Fred E. Ahlert

Lyricist: Joe Young

Instrumentation:  

Charted: In 1936, ‘There’s Frost On The Moon’ charted for 4 weeks on Billboard, reaching a high of #10

Wikipedia: There’s Frost On The Moon (Spring In My Heart)

Lyrics for ‘There’s Frost on the Moon’

 

There’s frost on the moon and snow on the ground,
But with you around
There’s Spring in my heart.
Don’t need my racoon
‘Cause everything’s fine,
As long as you’re mine
There’s Spring in my heart.
I know why I’m merry,
Hummin’ love’s old tune;
Even in January, Honey, it feels like June!
There’s frost on the moon,
But what do I care?
I don’t know it’s there,
There’s Spring in my heart.

Vocalist Name: Peg LaCentra

Art Shaw and his Orchestra

  • Artie Shaw (clarinet)
  • Lee Castle and Zeke Zarchy (trumpet)
  • Mike Michaels (trombone)
  • Tony Pastor (tenor saxophone)
  • Jerry Gray and Frank Siegfield (violin)
  • Sam Persoff (viola)
  • Bill Schumann (violoncello)
  • Joe Lipman (piano)
  • Tony Gottuso (guitar)
  • Ben Ginsberg (string bass)
  • George Wettling (drums)

 

Label: Brunswick 7771-B

There's Frost on the Moon - Art Shaw and his Orchestra - Brunswick record label

 

Artie Shaw - There's Frost On The Moon

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