At the time that the Ink Spots were formed in 1934, Charlie Fuqua's importance was probably at its peak. The original group featured jive numbers with fast string work, dancing and singing. While Jerry Daniels may have been the better guitarist, Charlie Fuqua took a major role as well. 4670, Here In My Lonely Room-K9335/Flowers, Mister Florist, Please-K9333, recorded 17Sep/53, released Dec/53. 4857, Command Me-K8588/I'll Walk A Country Mile-K8586, recorded 27Aug/55, released Nov/55.
A lovely way to spend an evening. I'LL get by (as long as I have you). IT's all over but the crying. If. Flowers, mister florist, please. Here in my lonely room. If you should say goodbye. Stranger in paradise. Tavapärane tarneaeg 13 päeva.
The Ink Spots were an American pop vocal group who gained international fame in the 1930s and 1940s. Their unique musical style presaged the rhythm and blues and rock and roll musical genres, and the subgenre doo-wop. The Ink Spots were widely accepted in both the white and black communities, largely due to the ballad style introduced to the group by lead singer Bill Kenny.
In My Lonely Room" is a 1964 single by Motown girl group Martha and the Vandellas. In this song, which registered at R&B (Cashbox) and Pop, the narrator solemnly discusses how her lover's flirting with other girls leave her so depressed that all she can do was sit by "(her) lonely room and cry". The song was produced under a more solemn though still uptempo gospel-influenced number that had been on a number of the group's hits starting with "(Love Is Like a) Heat Wave".
Album Hey! I know you. In My Lonely Room Lyrics.
|A||Flowers, Mister Florist, Please
Written By, Composed By – Teddy Powell
|B||In My Lonely Room
Written By, Composed By – Fred Weismantel
|45-4670||The Ink Spots||Here In My Lonely Room (7")||King Records||45-4670||US||Unknown|