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  1. Mar 17,  · Here are two beautiful songs by one of the most gifted and versatile singers of all times, the great Georgia Gibbs, "her nibs" in person, as she would be called! Georgia Gibbs ( - .
  2. GEORGIA GIBBS. HER NIBS, MISS GIBBS! BYGONE DAYS. Factory Sealed CD. Track Listing 1. The More I See You 2. Ballin' the Jack 3. I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine 4. While You Danced 5. My Old Flame 6. Baubles, Bangles and Beads 7. Make Me Love You 8. My Favourite Song 9. The Photograph on the Piano He's Funny That Way Seven Lonely 5/5(1).
  3. Her Nibs Miss Gibbs! by Georgia Gibbs - CD () for $ from baicusekantempperfasttimataroner.coinfo Vocals - Order by Phone Price: $
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  5. Her Nibs, Miss Gibbs! Georgia Gibbs. 1 The More I See You; 2 Ballin’ The Jack; 3 I Don’t Care If The Sun Don’t Shine; 4 While You Danced; 5 My Old Flame; 6 Baubles, Bangles And Beads; 7 Make Me Love You; 8 My Favourite Song; 9 The Photograph On The Piano; 10 He’s Funny That Way; 11 Seven Lonely Days; 12 I Love Paris; 13 A Home-Lovin’ Man; 14 The Bridge Of Sighs; 15 Somebody Bad .
  6. Dec 14,  · The obituary in the New York Times reminded me that she was referred to as “Her Nibs, Miss Georgia Gibbs.” Where did the term “his nibs” or “her nibs” come from? A: “His nibs” or “her nibs” is an informal expression used to refer to a “person in authority, especially one who is self-important,” according to The American.
  7. GEORGIA GIBBS: Her Nibs, Miss Gibbs! Twenty-seven recordings, plucked from Georgia's efforts in a range of genres--from rock 'n' roll to jazz and blues. Includes glittering renditions of The More I See You; I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine; My Old Flame; The Photograph on the Piano; I Love Paris; Blueberries; and more.
  8. Dec 12,  · Georgia Gibbs, a brassy-voiced pop singer who topped the charts in the s with “Kiss of Fire” and other hits, died on Saturday in Manhattan, where she had lived for many years. She was
  9. Georgia Gibbs (born Frieda Lipschitz, August 17, – December 9, ) was an American popular singer and vocal entertainer rooted in jazz. Already singing publicly in her early teens, Gibbs first achieved acclaim (and notoriety) in the mids interpreting songs originating with the black rhythm and blues community and later as a featured vocalist on a long list of radio and television.

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