Radons Atremble - Guitarists

BLUE MOON - (Richard Rodgers) - Tommy Emmanuel

As performed by Tommy Emmanuel live at Sheldon Concert Hall in St Louis (2000).

"Blue Moon" is a popular song composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart, in 1933. Initially called "Prayer", then "The Bad In Every Men" appearing as the title track for the 1934 film, Manhattan Melodrama, at least it's been published in the same year with the final title and words, becoming soon a hit and a standard ballad.

"Blue Moon" has been covered by various artists, including versions by Billy Eckstine, Mel Tormé, Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Elvis Presley, The Platters, The Mavericks, Dean Martin, The Supremes, The Marcels, Cyndi Lauper, Bob Dylan, Rod Stewart, Bing Crosby, Benny Goodman, Art Blakey, Kenny Barron, Clifford Brown, Carmen McRae, Coleman Hawkins and by the guitarists Django Reinhardt, Joe Pass, Barney Kessel, Martin Taylor, Frank Vignola and of course Tommy Emmanuel who often plays it in his live performances.

The first recording of "Blue moon" by Tommy Emmanuel was in 1990 in the album "Dare to Be Different".

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