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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Musical revues & comedies; Motion picture music; Popular music|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Cliff Edwards; Anne Brown; Fred Astaire; Judy Garland; Mickey Rooney; Gertrude Lawrence; Danny Kaye; Ethel Waters; Gene Kelly; Irving Berlin; Lena Horne; Bing Crosby; Alfred Drake; Celeste Holm; Joan Roberts; Lee Dixon; Mary Martin; Kenny Baker; Wilbur Evans; Louanne Hogan; Lawrence Brooks; Helena Bliss; Nancy Walker; MGM Studio Chorus.; Andrews Sisters.
|Notes:||Film and show songs.
"Great showstoppers from stage & screen"--Container.
Biographical and program notes by David Hajdu (15 p. : ports.) container on insert.
|Event notes:||Recorded between Nov. 10, 1939 and Feb. 1, 1945.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (68 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Pinocchio. When you wish upon a star (Cliff Edwards) --
Porgy and Bess. Summertime (Anne Brown) --
Broadway melody of 1940. I've got my eyes on you (Fred Astaire) --
Babes on Broadway. (I like New York in June) How about you? (Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney) --
Lady in the dark. My ship (Gertrude Lawrence) --
Let's face it. Let's not talk about love (Danny Kaye) --
Cabin in the sky. Happiness is a thing called Joe (Ethel Waters) --
For me and my gal. For me and my gal (Judy Garland and Gene Kelly) --
This is the Army. Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning (Irving Berlin and cast) --
Stormy weather. Stormy weather (Lena Horne) --
Road to Morocco. Moonlight becomes you (Bing Crosby) --
Oklahoma! People will say we're in love (Alfred Drake and Joan Roberts) ; All er nothin' (Celeste Holm and Lee Dixon) --
One touch of Venus. Speak low (Mary Martin and Kenny Baker) --
Meet me in St. Louis. The trolley song (Judy Garland and the MGM Studio Chorus) --
Meixcan hayride. I love you (Wilbur Evans) --
State fair. It might as well be spring (Louanne Hogan) --
Song of Norway. Strange music (Lawrence Brooks and Helena Bliss) --
Here come the WAVES. Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive (Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters) --
On the town. Ya got me (Nancy Walker).
|Series Title:||Best of Broadway.|
|Other Titles:||When you wish upon a star.
I've got my eyes on you.
(I like New York in June) How about you?
Let's not talk about love.
Happiness is a thing called Joe.
For me and my gal.
Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning.
Moonlight becomes you.
People will say we're in love.
All er nothin'.
I love you.
It might as well be spring.
Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive.
Ya got me.