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Lee Wiley sings Rodgers & Hart and Harold Arlen

Author: Lee Wiley; Richard Rodgers; Harold Arlen
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Monmouth Evergreen, [1971]
Series: Collectors' series (CBS Records (Firm))
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Popular music : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Solomon Jazz Collection.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Wiley; Richard Rodgers; Harold Arlen
OCLC Number: 6704802
Notes: Title from container.
Popular songs.
Lee Wiley, vocals with dance orchestra or instrumental ensemble.
"Electronically reprocessed for stereo"--Container.
Program and biographical notes by Stanley Green on container.
Performer(s): Lee Wiley, vocals ; with Joe Bushkin and his Orchestra ; Max Kaminsky and his Orchestra ; Eddie Condon's Quintet ; Eddie Condon's Sextet ; and Eddie Condon and his Orchestra.
Event notes: Recorded 1925-1945.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
Contents: Baby's awake now --
Here in my arms --
You took advantage of me --
A little birdie told me so --
A ship without a sail --
I've got five dollars --
Glad to be unhappy --
As though you were there --
Let's fall in love --
Moanin' in the mornin' --
Between the devil and the deep blue sea --
Stormy weather --
Down with love --
I've got the world on a string --
Fun to be fooled --
You said it.
Series Title: Collectors' series (CBS Records (Firm))
Other Titles: Baby's awake now.
Here in my arms.
You took advantage of me.
Little birdie told me so.
Ship without a sail.
I've got five dollars.
Glad to be unhappy.
As though you were there.
Let's fall in love.
Moanin' in the mornin'.
Between the devil and the deep blue sea.
Stormy weather.
Down with love.
I've got the world on a string.
Fun to be fooled.
You said it.

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Solomon Jazz Collection.

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