TRIBUTE TO SAVANNAH CHURCHILL... PART 5
"I Want To Be Loved"
by Savannah Churchill and The Sentimentalists
on Manor 1046-B
released in 1946
Above: Photo of Savannah Churchill taken from cover of Camden (RCA) Extended Play 45 rpm record released in 1953.
(The EP record was provided to me courtesy of Roy Wood. Thanks, Roy!)
Above: "I Want To Be Loved" is Savannah's third release on the Manor label and her first with vocal group backing. The Sentimentalists were soon to change their name to The Four Tunes. Note that while the label shows Savannah wrote this song, the actual composer is William "Pat" Best, a member of The Sentimentalists. Also note that while the label shows "But Only By You", the actual words sung are "But By Only You".
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Above: Clip from 1948 Movie: "Miracle In Harlem" featuring Savannah Churchill, who sings "I Want To Be Loved". The group backing her in the movie is The Lynn Proctor Trio.
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