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Author: Cole Porter; Robert Kimball; Richard M Sudhalter; Indiana Historical Society.
Publisher: New York, NY : RCA Special Products : Sony Music Special Products, 1992.
Series: Cole Porter centennial collection, v.1.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Excerpts
Named Person: Cole Porter; Cole Porter
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Musical revues & comedies; Motion picture music; Popular music
All Authors / Contributors: Cole Porter; Robert Kimball; Richard M Sudhalter; Indiana Historical Society.
ISBN: 0871950898 9780871950895
OCLC Number: 26173235
Notes: RCA Special Products: DMC1-1020 (disc 1); Sony Music Special Products: A-22701--A-22702 (discs 2-3).
Songs chiefly from musicals and motion pictures.
"Indiana Historical Society and Koch International Classics"--Container.
Previously released material.
Accompanying book published: Indianapolis : Indiana Historical Society, 1992.
Compact discs; 3 containers, in box (32 cm.).
Program notes by Robert Kimball and Richard M. Sudhalter, and bibliography (108 p. : ill.) laid in.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Event notes: Recorded 1930-1989.
Description: 3 sound discs : digital, mono., stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: 1930-1934: The New Yorkers : 1930. I'm getting myself ready for you (2:37) --
Where have you been? (3:07) --
Let's fly away (2:50) --
I happen to like New York (2:55) --
Love for sale (3:16) --
Love for sale (5:36) --
Let's step out (2:13). Gay divorce : 1932. After you, who? (3:36) --
After you, who? (3:25) --
I've got you on my mind (2:31) --
Mister and Missus Fitch (1:57) --
Night and day (3:24) --
Night and day (2:55) --
Night and day (1:27) --
How's your romance? (2:19). Nymph errant : 1933. Experiment (3:15) --
The cocotte (2:43) --
Nymph errant (2:03) --
The physician (4:05) --
How could we be wrong? (3:14) --
Solomon (3:08) --
It's bad for me (2:54) --
1934-1936: Anything goes : 1934. Anything goes (3:11) --
I get a kick out of you (3:04) --
All through the night (3:25) --
Blow, Gabriel, blow (2:23) --
You're the top (3:17) --
You're the top (2:30). Miscellaneous song (1934): Miss Otis regrets (2:58) --
Miss Otis regrets (2:59). Adios, Argentina : 1934-35. Don't fence me in (2:19) --
Don't fence me in (2:59). Jubilee : 1935. Begin the beguine (3:52) --
Begin the beguine (3:09) --
Begin the beguine (3:15) --
When love comes your way (1:39) --
Why shouldn't I? (2:35) --
Just one of those things (4:01) --
Just one of those things (3:48). Born to dance : 1936. Easy to love (1:08) --
Easy to love (1:51) --
Easy to love (3:03) --
Rap tap on wood (2:35) --
I've got you under my skin (2:18) --
I've got you under my skin (3:52) --
Swingin' the jinx away (2:54) --
1936-1939: Red, hot and blue! : 1936. Ridin' high (2:36) --
Down in the depths (on the 90th floor) (3:09) --
Ours (2:47) --
It's de-lovely (3:39). Rosalie : 1937 film. Rosalie (2:46) --
In the still of the night (1:59) --
In the still of the night (2:40) --
I've a strange new rhythm in my heart (2:44). You never know : 1938. At long last love (2:39). The sun never sets : 1938. River god (3:09). Leave it to me : 1938. My heart belongs to Daddy (1:40) --
My heart belongs to Daddy (3:06) --
Get out of town (3:21) --
Most gentlemen don't like love (2:12). The man who came to dinner : 1939. What am I to do? (2:11). Broadway melody of 1940 : film. I've got my eyes on you (2:34) --
Please don't monkey with Broadway (3:27) --
I concentrate on you (3:44). Du Barry was a lady : 1939. Friendship (2:36) --
Do I love you? (3:49) --
When love beckoned (on 52nd Street) (3:13) --
Katie went to Haiti (4:36) --
Well, did you evah! (:56).
Series Title: Cole Porter centennial collection, v.1.
Other Titles: Songs.
Cole Porter in the 1930s
Cole Porter centennial collection

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