NICK LUCAS, The Singing Guitarist with novelty rhythm accompaniment. A from Paramount film "The Star Maker" B from . film "Babes In Arms". Both sides recorded in Sydney on 22 November, 1939 and released only in Australia. Matrix, Runout (Side A): CT1730. Matrix, Runout (Side B): CT1731.
About Let's Go Fly a Kite. As Mary Poppins' umbrella lifts her into the air, on her way to help another family, the Banks Children have fun flying kites with their father. The Banks Family had believed they would not cope without Mary Poppins. But she never leaves a family until they are capable of drawing on their own resources. Let's Go Fly a Kite" Track Info. Written By Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman. Interpolated By. Let's Go Fly a Kite (Pre-Demo) by Walt Disney Records. Cover By. Fly A Kite by Little Image.
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Mr. Banks: With tuppence for paper and strings You can have your own set of wings With your feet on the ground You're a bird in a flight With your fist holding tight To the string of your kite . Musical: Mary Poppins. Song: Let's Go Fly A Kite. Broadway musical soundtrack lyrics.
Album: Mary Poppins Original Soundtrack - The Cast of Mary Poppins (2016). Artist: The Cast of Mary Poppins.
This kind of candor makes Go Fly a Kite a refreshing album on a number of levels, as it delivers the goods with its collection of summery jams while keeping nothing, not even the chord progressions, secret.
Lets go fly a kite" from Mary Poppins gets me teary eyed just from the vocals and how beautiful they are and seeing the Banks family coming together just as Mary leaves. I remember watching it in film studies and the music moved me. It doesn’t really help that we saw Saving Mr. Banks, which also brought me to tears as well. The song, Let’s Go Fly a Kite in Mary Poppins was inspired by the Sherman brothers’ (Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman) father, Al Sherman who made kites for neighborhood kids as a weekend hobby. In the film, the broken kite represents the broken family. When Mr. Banks mends the kite and the four pieces are taped back together, the four members of the family are also reunited.
The most disappointing aspect of Go Fly a Kite is that it sounds so satisfied, almost smug, in its complacency. At 30, Kweller and I are the same age, and we're both fathers, but I'd rather keep chasing our ever-evolving pop culture and risk looking silly than dig in and try to hold onto my 20-year-old self (who, it must be said, could be a total ignorant asshole sometimes). An even better title for Go Fly a Kite would've been Get Off My Lawn.
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NotesNICK LUCAS, The Singing Guitarist with novelty rhythm accompaniment.
A from Paramount film "The Star Maker"
B from M.G.M. film "Babes In Arms"
Both sides recorded in Sydney on 22 November, 1939 and released only in Australia.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): CT1730
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): CT1731