Vocals – Country Washburn Written-By – Country Washburn, Ted Weems. Ted Weems And His Orchestra. Heartaches, Oh! Monah (7", Single, Promo).
Wilfred Theodore "Ted" Weems (originally Wemyes) (26 September 1901 - 6 May 1963) was an American bandleader and musician. Weems' work in music was recognized with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Born in Pitcairn, Pennsylvania, Weems learned to play the violin and trombone. Young Ted's start in music came when he entered a contest, hoping to win a pony. He won a violin instead and his parents arranged for music lessons. He was a graduate of Lincoln School in Pittsburgh
Ted Weems & His Orchestra – Oh If I Only Had You. 2:34. Ted Weems & His Orchestra – Heartaches (OST Raging Bull). Ted Weems & His Orchestra – Winter Wonderland. Red Ingle with Ted Weems and his Orchestra – When a Lady Meets A Gentleman Down Sout. :17. Ted Weems & his orchestra with Perry Como – I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now. 2:40. Ted Weems and His Orchestra – Heartaches (1938). Ted Weems & His Orchestra – Miss Annabelle Lee (Who's Wonderful, Who's.
byTed Weems and his Orchestra; Country Washburn; Ted Weems. Publication date 1941-01-27. Topics 78rpm, Popular Music. Digitizing sponsorKahle/Austin Foundation. ContributorInternet Archive. Other IDs from the record include: (68629). The recording on the other side of this disc: Heartaches. rn:matrix no:68629AA urn:pubcat:decca:25017 B. External metadata update2019-03-22T11:20:16Z.
Ted Weems first recorded this song in 1933 for Victor records. This version was recorded in 1938 for the Decca label, and a reissue of the recording charted at in 1947. How did this happen? According to Billboard articles from the time, in late 1946, Decca records was cleaning out one of their distribution offices and found 600 or 700 copies of an old pressing of Weems' "Heartaches". Instead of throwing them out, they decided to send them to disk jockeys instead. Bonnie Ann Shaw was featured whistling on "Heartaches", which was on track number four of the 1956 Ted Weems album: "The Man From The South", on Bally Records Number BAL 12007. There were several versions of "Heartaches" issued. The 1938 issue was 2:41, the 1947 issue was 2:57, and the 1956 issue was 2:14.
Listen to Ted Weems Oh, Monah! - Mono MP3 song. Oh, Monah! - Mono song from the album Ted Weems and His Orchestra's Oh, Monah! is released on Jun 2006. The duration of song is 02:51. This song is sung by Ted Weems.
Ted Weems was a popular mid-western bandleader who started his band in 1923 while attending the University of Pennsylvania. Around 1925 he moved his band to Chicago where he played in hotels and ballrooms around the city while also touring the mid-west. In 1932 The Weems Orchestra started appearing regularly on a sponsored nationwide radio program with Jack Benny. In 1942 the Weems Orchestra disbanded when Ted joined the Merchant Marines. After World War II, Weems put together another band which continued until the early 1950s. Thanks to Dennis Pereyra, Dave Bartholomew, Michael Schnitzer, Richard Unger, Bob Palmer and Owen Miller for their help with this page. Heartaches Whistling by Elmo Tanner (John Klenner, Al Hoffman). Los Angeles, California.
|25017||Ted Weems And His Orchestra||Heartaches / Oh! Monah (Shellac, 10")||Decca||25017||US||1946|
|25017||Ted Weems And His Orchestra||Heartaches / Oh! Monah (7", Single)||Decca||25017||US||1947|
|9-25017||Ted Weems And His Orchestra||Heartaches / Oh! Monah (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||9-25017||US||1950|
|9-25017||Ted Weems And His Orchestra||Heartaches / Oh! Monah (7", Single, Mono, RE)||Decca||9-25017||US||Unknown|
|25017||Ted Weems And His Orchestra||Heartaches / Oh! Monah (Shellac, 10")||Decca||25017||Canada||Unknown|
|MCA-60123||Ted Weems And His Orchestra||Heartaches / Oh! Monoh (7", Single)||MCA Records||MCA-60123||US||Unknown|
|MCA-60123||Ted Weems And His Orchestra||Heartaches / Oh! Monoh (7", Single, RE)||MCA Records||MCA-60123||US||Unknown|
|286 428||Ted Weems Y Su Orquesta*||Penas Del Corazon / Oh! Monah (Shellac, 10")||Odeon||286 428||Argentina||Unknown|