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10cf746e54 The man who has done more research than anyone into Valino's recording of "Learnin' The Blues" is Marc Myers of JazzWax, who's spoken with Valino's niece, with Vicki Silvers' daughter, and with the son of the orchestral contractor Joe Techner. 13) ALL OF ME. Third, his distinctive mute was already a part of the Nelson Riddle "signature", and in place on Sinatra records like "Get Happy" over a year earlier. 45) THE HOUSE I LIVE IN. This was the only one of the batch the singer liked. Sources.
Man, you have your bachelor's, master's and doctor of bluesology hanging right there on the wall. 16) I WON'T DANCE. Janet Silvers told Marc Myers that her mother "was dear friends with Joe Valino till the day he died. Sinatra gets accused of having all kinds of people beaten up and his celebrity is big enough to shrug it off. That's not strictly true. The guy who spent the next four decades learnin' the blues was the fellow who'd first sung "Learnin' The Blues", Joe Valino. But most times she shimmers and she's gone and you never sight her again.