Walking My Baby Back Home

03:02
Roy Turk and Fred E. Ahlert

Story

 

This evergreen still sounds as fresh today as when it first swung onto the charts in 1930. The names may have changed, but the story line has not. It is still the familiar and wonderful; boy meets girl and they happily fall in love scenario. Nat King Cole’s 1951 recording serves as the clay from which this version is molded with great respect for Nat. Wayne’s easy going vocal and whistling invokes the image of sharing a few moments of a romantic stroll with a couple who are so much in love. The interplay of Wayne and Judy with the vocal, piano and whistling is the happy sound of a great old tune brought to life by a couple of musical characters just having fun.

Where's Wayne

  • Apr 30
    Drury Lane Theatre,  Oakbrook Terrace
     
  • May 3
    Allstate Arena,  Rosemont
     
  • May 4
    The Chapel,  Mundelein
     
  • May 4
    Wrigley Field,  Chicago
     

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