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  1. Dec 11,  · Drawing its title from the jazz standard, "Limehouse Blues" is a fast-paced, moody mix of crime and infatuation in a seedy London district. Director Alexander Hall and cinematographer Harry Fischbeck maintain a consistent aura throughout, /10(67).
  2. The abiding memory of Limehouse Blues is of violence, unreality, and an exuberance of Americanism, which seems somewhat out of place in London's East counkehetenrahand.annapissoudelicihopersubtstomous.cos: 5.
  3. "Limehouse Blues" is a popular British song written by the London-based duo of Douglas Furber (lyrics) and Philip Braham (music).
  4. Limehouse Blues Lyrics: (Philip Braham / Douglas Furber) / And those weird China blues / Never go away / Sad, mad blues / For all the while they seem to say / Oh, Limehouse kid / Oh, oh, Limehouse.
  5. Limehouse Blues was written between and It was originally sung by Gertrude Lawrence, a star of British Stage and Noel Coward's leading lady. It was Jango Reinhardt, French/Gypsy Guitarist whose reading of the song set it on its path to become a Jazz Standard.
  6. Limehouse Blues was the title of a Paramount Picture starring George Raft, set in the Limehouse area of London. Composer Sam Coslow (“ My Old Flame,” “ Cocktails for Two,”) wrote the soundtrack. .
  7. Doris Day "Limehouse Blues": And those weird China blues Never go away Sad, mad blues For all the while they seem to say Oh, Lime.

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