Everybody Sing (Great Songs from the Hollywood Mus
Everybody Sing (Great Songs from the Hollywood Mus by Past Perfect at Tony Reedus. MPN: PPCD78113. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Hollywood Musicals! When the silver screen learned to talk it also learned to sing, as some of the greatest vocalists eloquently prove on this album
Track List: Judy Garland - Everybody Sing
Tony Martin - If It's You
Carmen Miranda - When I Love, I Love
Fred Astaire - Bojangles Of Harlem
Mary Martin - Ain't It A Shame About Mame?
Eddie Cantor - When My Ship Comes In
Mae West - I'm No Angel
Mickey Rooney - Treat Me Rough
Ginger Rogers - Let Yourself Go
Dick Powell - With Plenty Of Money And You
Frances Langford - Easy To Love
Bob Hope & Shirley Ross - Two Sleepy People
Connie Boswell - Sand In My Shoes
Paul Robeson - Ol' Man River
Alice Faye - Never In A Million Years
Bing Crosby - Sweet Little Headache
Dorothy Lamour - The Moon Of Manakoora
Al Jolson - You Are Too Beautiful
Deanna Durbin - It's Raining Sunbeams
Frank Sinatra - A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening
Features & Highlights
- 1930s and 1940s Hollywood Musical Hits
- Everybody Sing was introduced by the former Frances Gumm, now MGM's wonderfully talented child star, Judy Garland.
- In one of Fred Astaire's finest films, 'Swing Time' with the help of Jerome Kern's music and a deft lyric from Dorothy Fields, Astaire paid tribute to the legendary Broadway and film dancer, the African-American Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson. The song was Bojangles Of Harlem.
- Having scored a success with the rueful duet, full of touching reminiscence, 'Thanks for the Memory', Bob Hope and Shirley Ross (born Leslie Townes Hope and Bernice Gaunt respectively) would be given another similar song to see if they could repeat their hit. They could. In the film 'Thanks for the Memory' named after their previous success, the pair introduced Two Sleepy People.
- The celebrated former lift operator, Miss Orleans and band vocalist Dorothy Lamour was born Mary Leta Dorothy Kaumeyer. The girl in a sarong, she was the love interest, fought over by Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in the famous series of 'Road' pictures. The Moon of Manakoora was featured in 'The Hurricane' starring Miss Lamour with Jon Hall.
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|Package Size:||4.97 x 0.54 x 0.54 inches|