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La Paloma - No More


recording date elvis: Tuesday 21 march,1961; studio
first release: on audio album blue hawaii ( october,1961 )
label: rca victor
catalog number: lsp 2426


originally by: unidentified artists

recording year: 1894
originally written by: Robertson;Blair
catalognumber: 243 7-inch disc
label: berliner



The song on which "No More" was based is "La Paloma," written By Sebastián Yradier, a Basque and student of the Madrid Conservatory, who was influenced by the music of Havana, Cuba, during his travels in the 1850s. He wrote the song and performed it for the first time in Havana in 1855; it was first published in 1859.
The first sound recording of "La Paloma" was made as a cornet duet by unidentified players for Emil Berliner's United States Gramophone Company on 3 November 1894 (Berliner 243 7-inch disc), but the first vocal recording was by Ferruccio Giannini. His recording was made on 4 May 1896 and was issued on Berliner 913 (7 inch). Giannini was a Italian tenor who emigrated to the USA in 1885 to become one of the first singers to be recorded on disc in 1896. See also "Santa Lucia."


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performed by:
Feruccio Giannini

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performed by:
Elvis Presley

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