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  1. The song Little Things Mean a Lot was written by Edith Lindeman and Carl Stutz and was first released by Kitty Kallen in It was covered by Mary Kiani, Susan Marshall, Dodo Greene accompanied by The Ike Quebec Quintet, Ted Taylor and other artists.
  2. Harry James recorded a version in on his album Jukebox Jamboree (Columbia CL ). The song reached the Top 40 again in the U.S. in when a recording by Joni James reached No "Little Things Mean a Lot" was a U.S. C&W hit in for Margo Smith, whose version reached No.3 C&W and also charted at No on the Adult Contemporary lenighdacemicsucc.penviverexviserbotysbowlpimanri.infoinfo: Traditional pop.
  3. Harry Haag James was born in in Albany, Georgia, in the United States. He learned the trumpet from his father, a circus bandleader. James decided to pursue a professional career in music after winning a state high-school trumpet competition. Harry began to perform with several dance bands, including that of Ben Pollack's popular group.
  4. Little things mean a lot Give me your arm as we cross the street Call me at six on the dot A line a day when you're far away Little things mean a lot Don't have to buy me diamonds or pearls Champagne, sables, and such I never cared much for diamonds and pearls.
  5. Little things mean a lot. 4 -4 5 5 -4 4 -4 5 -4 Give me your arm as we cross the street. -3 4 -4 -4 4 -3 4 Call me at six on the dot. 5 5 -5 6 5 4 -5 A line a day when you're far away. 5 -4 4 -3 -4 4 Little things mean a lot. 6 6 6 6 6 6 -6 -5 5 Don't have to buy me diamonds or pearls.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Harry James Plays The Songs That Sold A Million on Discogs.4/5(2).
  7. Harry James. Henry Haag “Harry” James (March 15, – July 5, ) was an actor and musician best known as a trumpeter who led a swing band during the Big Band Swing Era of the s and s. He was especially known among musicians for his astonishing technical proficiency as well as his superior tone. more».
  8. The fidelity of these sessions is phenominal. The sound is a mature Harry James, not a blaring trumpet in the upper range, but a seasoned mellow sound of a seasoned master. I've been a Harry James fan for years and have most of his early stuff. His dexterity and high range were only matched by Louis Armstrong and a few others/5(29).
  9. Little things mean a lot Give me your arm as we cross the street Call me at six on the dot A line a day when you're far away Little things mean a lot Don't have to buy me diamonds or pearls Champagne, sables, and such I never cared much for diamonds and pearls.
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