The song is believed to have been based on another song called " Down by the River Liv'd a Maiden " by H. Thompson It is commonly performed in the key of F Major. Gerald Brenan attributes the melody to originally being an old Spanish ballad in his book South from Granada. It was made popular by Mexican miners during the California Gold Rush.
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On a small side street in Bethlehem, just off Manger Square, there is an unassuming church complex made of smooth, sandy stone. At the back of the grotto there is a modern tunnel that leads to a serene chapel. At the heart of the chapel, a tabernacle featuring two iridescent olive trees shines behind a golden monstrance. In front of that monstrance, a single religious sister clad in red and white kneels before the milky white host at every hour of the day and night. The order has a monastery next door to the Milk Grotto Church. Although visitors can see through a pane of glass to the dazzling tabernacle, the silent, kneeling sister is completely inaccessible. The glass reaches from halfway up the wall to the ceiling, and the entrances to the chapel are locked.
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Jonathan and Darlene Edwards were a musical comedy double act developed by American conductor and arranger Paul Weston , and his wife, singer Jo Stafford. The routine was conceived in the s, and involved Weston playing songs on the piano in unconventional rhythms, while Stafford sang off-key in a high pitched voice. Weston first assumed the role of a bad lounge pianist in the mids, as a way of entertaining guests at Hollywood parties, but was urged to record an album of songs in the unconventional style after giving an impromptu performance in At the time, he was working for Columbia Records , and after hearing Weston's rendition of " Stardust " at a sales convention in Key West, Florida , Columbia executives George Avakian and Irving Townsend encouraged him to record an album of similar tracks. Avakian named Weston's character Jonathan Edwards after the 18th century Calvinist preacher of the same name and asked him to record under that alias, but fearing he would not have enough material to record a full album, Weston asked his wife to join the project.
Big Daddy was a legendary veteran broadcaster in Vancouver. Predeceased by his parents, Ron and Peg, along with his son, Austin. Dave's love for music was surmounted only by his love for family. Dave's radio career began on his 14th birthday at CHML in Hamilton, Ontario, where he developed a deep appreciation for and knowledge of music as a gopher for the on-air guys. He would memorize all the names and even the back-up musicians noted on the LP covers.