Jimmy Van Heusen

Edward Chester Babcock

Also known as Can Heusen, Джеймс Вэнхьюзен, Hensen, Heusen, Huesen, I. Van Heusen, J .VanHeusen, J Van Heusen, J Van Heusen/J Burke, J. Van Heusen, J. Heusen, J. V. Hellsen, J. V. Hensen, J. v. Heusden, J. v. Heusen, J. V. Heussen, J. Van Hause, J. Van Hausen, J. Van Hensen, J. Van Hesuen, J. Van Heusen, J. Van Heuson, J. Van Housen, J. Van Huesen, J. Van Husen, J. VanHeuesen, J. VanHeusen, J. Von Heusen, J.V. Heusen, J.v.Heusen, J.Van Heusen, James V. Huesen, James Van Heusen, James Van Heyson, James Van Huesen, James Van-Heusen, James VanHeusen, James Von Heusen, Jay Van Heusen, Jerome Van Heusen, Jim Van Heusen, Jim Van Huesen, Jimmie Van Heusen, Jimmy Heusen, Jimmy Vah Heusen, Jimmy Van Husen, Jimmy VanHeusen, JimmyVanHeusen, L. Van Heusen, Tony van Heusen, V. Heusen, Van, Van Hauser, Van Henden, Van Hensen, Van Hesusen, Van Heusen, Van Heusen-Delanoe, Van Heuson, Van Heussen, Van Hoisen, Van Housen, Van Huesen, Van Husen, Van-Heusen, VanHeusen, Von Heusen
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Discography of Jimmy Van Heusen:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Songs Of Academy Award Winner James Van Heusen / Pearl Bailey 12 Audio Roulette Records


American songwriter born January 26,1913 in Syracuse, New York and died February 6, 1990.

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He is best known for his work with [a=Frank Sinatra] who recorded 84 of his songs, and also [a=Bing Crosby] for whom he wrote the music for 6 of the 7 Crosby / Hope "Road to" films

Mainly worked with the lyricists [a=Sammy Cahn] and [a=Johnny Burke] and was elected to the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1971


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