To Each His Own: Tony Martin

Tony Martin, the debonair baritone whose career spanned some 80 years in films and nightclubs and on radio and television, died on Friday at his home in West Los Angeles. He was 98. My mother would appreciate this posting!

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5 Comments on “To Each His Own: Tony Martin”

    • John Figlesthaler Says:

      Hello Kat,

      Thanks for that chestnut. Keep ’em coming. If you didn’t know, box.com says you are out of bandwidth.

      –jfig

      –χάριτι δὲ θεοῦ εἰμι ὅ εἰμι

      • katry Says:

        Thankls, John
        I didn’t know about Box. It makes me wonder as I never have more than a week’s worth of music for download as I delete each song a week after posting it. I’ll check it out.

  1. MT C Says:

    “My mother would appreciate this posting!”

    My mother certainly would have also, except, of course when my dad was around. Then she would just sit quietly while he went on about how good Tony was to us kids, as if he were a personal friend, and then he would finish the song with him. I look back now and laugh at the both of them. They were entirely at his mercy!

    I don’t think that message from Box has anything to do with you or your account. I got that message also before I became a member and it just meant that I had reached the end of my allowance and would have to wait until the next day to continue. But, they have been making some changes at the site as it becomes more clear to them exactly who they want to be and what they want to support. I am having a devil of a time finding a way for people to view my photos in a large enough format to be able to clearly see them. I think I have it figured, but my ‘tester’ hasn’t had time to check to see if the problem is solved.

    I still owe you the link to my Dubai photos and you will get it as soon as I get things sorted out.

    Carl

    • Kat Says:

      Carl,
      I saw your Dubai photos by following the link on your blog. I commented on them and how much I enjoyed seeing them!

      Thanks on Box. I went over and tested by downloading a song. There was no problem so i don’t know why the message. I delete the songs a week after posting them so the number of songs doesn’t change from week to week so the comment makes no sense.

      Love the stories about your parents.

      My dad wouldn’t have sung along though my mother would. My dad raised his voice for St. Patrick’s Day and when there was a sing-a-long in the kitchen at their parties.

      Have you friend a blog account for posting?


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