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John Murray Anderson's Almanac and other Broadway-London revues.

Author: John Murray AndersonHermione GingoldCyril RitchardBilly De WolfeElaine DunnAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : DRG Theater, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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Genre/Form: Excerpts
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: John Murray Anderson; Hermione Gingold; Cyril Ritchard; Billy De Wolfe; Elaine Dunn; Buster Davis
OCLC Number: 880337578
Notes: Selections from musical revues; songs by various composers and lyricists.
"Cast recording"--Container.
Previously issued by Dolphin Records: in 1955 (Hermione Gingold tracks), and in 1954 (Cyril Ritchard tracks)
Compact disc.
Program notes with historic information ([10] p. : ill., facsim., photos., ports.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Hermione Gingold, Cyril Ritchard, Billy De Wolfe, and Elaine Dunn, vocals ; acc. musicians ; Buster Davis, piano, musical director.
Description: 1 sound disc (59 min., 58 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Cafe de Paris. Introductions --
John Murray Anderson's almanac. Which witch ; Flowers ; You're so much a part of me ; European Express/Tea and Ceylon ; When am I gonna meet your mother? --
Sweet and low. The Borgias are having an orgy --
Sweetest and lowest. Tit for tat --
Three to make ready. The old gavotte --
A musical jubilee. And her mother came, too --
New faces of 1952. Lizzie Borden --
Sticks and stones. But the people were nice ; Cocaine --
Sweetest and lowest. Queen of song --
Hippodrome. Color blind --
The king and Mrs. Candle. Turk in the murkadurk --
Sticks and stones. Winter in Palm Springs --
Nine sharp. The duet --
Nobody asked me --
Sticks and stones. Robert the root ; Spin --
Sweeter and lower. Thanks Yanks.

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