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'''''Aquellos Ojos Verdes''''' zo ur ganaouenn [[spagnolek]] eus deroù an {{XXvet kantved}}, un doare [[bolero]] savet gant [[Adolfo Utrera]] ha [[Nilo Menéndez]], sonaozourien eus [[Kuba]], ha bet kanet gant [[Ibrahim Ferrer]].
 
==E saozneg==
Lakaet eo bet e saozneg gant Eddie Rivera hag Eddie Woods e 1929 , anvet Green Eyes, hag enrollet gant [[Jimmy Dorsey]] e [[1941]], .
 
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The recording was made on [[March 19]], with vocals by [[Helen O'Connell]] and [[Bob Eberly]] and released by [[Decca Records]] as [[Catalog numbering systems for single records|catalog number]] 3698. The flip side was "[[Maria Elena]]." The record first reached the ''[[Billboard magazine|Billboard]]'' charts on [[May 9]], [[1941]] and lasted 21 weeks on the chart, peaking at #1. <ref>
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</ref> Since "Maria Elena" was also a #1 hit, this was a major double-sided hit recording.
 
[[Gloria Jean]] sang the Spanish lyrics to "Aquellos Ojos Verdes" in the 1943 film, ''[[When Johnny Comes Marching Home (film)|When Johnny Comes Marching Home]]''.
 
[[Ben Affleck]] also sang the Spanish version, in the 2006 film, ''[[Hollywoodland]]'', in pivotal scenes just prior to the fatal shooting of his character, [[George Reeves]].
 
R&B group, the Ravens, had regional success with a 1955 revival.
 
[[Allan Sherman]] recorded a version titled "Green Stamps", a parody of [[S&H Green Stamps]]. During the recording session (according to the liner notes on the album), Sherman had a talk with the college types who hadn't heard of "Green Eyes." He said it was, like the [[Bossa Nova]], once a red-hot tune by [[Helen O'Connell]]. He asked, "Any of you remember red-hot Helen O'Connell?" (About half did.)
 
==Recorded versions==
*[[All-Star Orchestra]]
*[[Ray Anthony Orchestra]]
*[[Desi Arnaz]]
*[[Don Barreto]]
*[[Big Band All-Stars]]
*[[Stanley Black]]
*[[Boston Pops Orchestra]]
*[[Les Brown (bandleader)|Les Brown]]
*[[John Bunch]]
*[[Frank Chacksfield]] and his orchestra
*[[Nat King Cole]]
*[[Ray Conniff]]
*[[Los Cordobeses]]
*[[Xavier Cugat]]
*[[Lou Donaldson]]
*[[Jimmy Dorsey]] orchestra ([[1941 in music|1941]])
*[[The Dorsey Brothers]]
*[[Bob Eberly]]
*[[Roy Eldridge]]
*Les & [[Larry Elgart]]
*[[George Evans]]
*[[Bob Florence]] Big Band
*[[Connie Francis]]
*[[Jane Froman]]
*[[Earl Grant]]
*[[Benny Green]]
*[[Kay Harding]]
*[[Gene Krupa]]
*[[Abbe Lane]]
*[[Steve Lawrence]]
*[[Ben Light]]
*[[Enoch Light]]
*[[Enric Madriguera]]
*[[Barry Manilow]]
*[[Glenn Miller]]
*[[Helen O'Connell]]
*[[Anita O'Day]]
*[[101 Strings Orchestra]]
*[[Pony Poindexter]]
*[[Baden Powell]]
*[[The Ravens]]
*[[Edmundo Ros]]
*[[Harry Roy]]
*[[The Sentimental Strings]]
*[[Charlie Shavers]]
*[[South Shore Concert Band]]
*[[Starsound Orchestra]]
*[[Conway Twitty]]
*[[Lex Vandyke]]
*[[The Ventures]]
*[[West Coast Swing Time Orchestra]]
*[[Bebo Valdes And His Orchestra]]
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Written by Adolfo Utrera
Nilo Menéndez
Lyrics by (English) Eddie Rivera
Eddie Woods
Language originally Spanish
new English lyrics written 1929
Recorded by Jimmy Dorsey orchestra
many other artists; see #Recorded versions
"Green Eyes" is a popular song, originally written in Spanish under the title "Aquellos Ojos Verdes" ("Those Green Eyes") by The English translation was made by Eddie Rivera and Eddie Woods in 1929.
 
The English version of the song was a hit for the Jimmy Dorsey orchestra. The recording was made on March 19, 1941 with vocals by Helen O'Connell and Bob Eberly and released by Decca Records as catalog number 3698. The flip side was "Maria Elena." The record first reached the Billboard charts on May 9, 1941 and lasted 21 weeks on the chart, peaking at #1. [1] Since "Maria Elena" was also a #1 hit, this was a major double-sided hit recording.
 
Gloria Jean sang the Spanish lyrics to "Aquellos Ojos Verdes" in the 1943 film, When Johnny Comes Marching Home.
 
Ben Affleck also sang the Spanish version, in the 2006 film, Hollywoodland, in pivotal scenes just prior to the fatal shooting of his character, George Reeves.
 
R&B group, the Ravens, had regional success with a 1955 revival.
 
Allan Sherman recorded a version titled "Green Stamps", a parody of S&H Green Stamps. During the recording session (according to the liner notes on the album), Sherman had a talk with the college types who hadn't heard of "Green Eyes." He said it was, like the Bossa Nova, once a red-hot tune by Helen O'Connell. He asked, "Any of you remember red-hot Helen O'Connell?" (About half did.)
 
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