Woman (Uh-Huh) – Johnny Desmond 1953 Sheet Music


Dimensions: approx. 9 x 12 inches

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Dimensions: approx. 9 x 12 inches

Studio Music Company of New York published this sheet music with words and music by Dick Gleason. The cover features Johnny Desmond on Coral Records. By late 1952 Johnny had a new record label, Coral, and returned to the charts with a two sided hit of “Nina Never Knew” and “Stay Where You Are” on Coral #60848. Both records sold with “Nina” breaking into the top 20. In early 1953 the Desmond cover of The Hilltoppers “Trying” (#60823) with the Ray Charles Singers was a top 25 seller. At years end “Woman” on #61069 (the flip side -“The River Seine”) became his biggest seller ever, getting as high as number nine in sales. Music, for piano, vocals and chords, cover two inside pages. On the back page are the lyrics to “Man (Uh-Huh)” written by Eddy McKean and Music Dick Gleason, that is suppose to be sung to the same melody as “Woman”. There are 3 hole-punches along the left edge and a name signed on the cover that is present in photo.