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The best of Irving Berlin.

Author: Irving Berlin
Publisher: [United States] : United Audio Entertainment, [2017] ℗2013
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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Irving Berlin was an American composer and lyricist, widely considered one of the greatest songwriters in American history. His music forms a great part of the Great American Songbook. Berlin's songs have reached the top of the charts 25 times and have been extensively re-recorded by numerous singers. This six CD set features 95 of his best songs.
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Genre/Form: Songs
Jazz
Popular music
Compact discs
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Irving Berlin
OCLC Number: 1014026655
Notes: Title from container.
Compact disc.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Description: 6 audio discs : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Disc 1. A couple of song & dance men (Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire) --
A couple of swells (Judy Garland) --
A man chases a girl (Debbie Reynolds) --
A pretty girl is like a melody (John Steel) --
Alexander's Rag Time Band (Louis Armstrong) --
All alone (Judy London) --
All by myself (The McGuire Sisters) --
Always (Ella Fitzgerald) --
Anything you can do (Ethel Merman & Ray Middleton) --
Back to back (Herb MIller Orchestra) --
Be careful it's my heart (Eydie Gorme) --
Because I love you (Artie Shaw) --
Blues skies (Dinah Washington) --
Call me Madam medley (George Melachrino) --
Change partners (Larry Clinton & His Orchestra, vocal Dick Todd) --
Cheek to cheek (Fred Astaire). Disc 2. Count your blessings instead of sheep (Sonny Rollins) --
Doin' what comes naturally (Dinah Shore) --
Easter parade (Judy Garland & Fred Astaire) --
Everybody's step (With Chuck Webb Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald) --
Fools fall in love (Lee Wiley) --
Get thee behind me Satan (Ella Fitzgerald) --
Happy holiday (Bing Crosby & The Music Makers) --
He ain't got rhythm (Benny Goodman) --
Heat wave (Ella Fitzgerald) --
How about me (Ella Fitzgerald) --
How deep is the ocean (Connie Francis) --
How's chances (Ella Fitzgerald) --
I got the sun in the morning (Doris Day) --
I left my heart at thet stage door canteen (Don Cornell) --
I never had a chance (Ella Fitzgerald) --
I poured my heart into a song (Helen Forrest). Disc 3. I threw a kiss in the ocean (Stanley Black & His Orchestra with Julie Dawn) --
I used to be a colour blind (Benny Goodman Orchestra featuring Martha Tilton) --
I wonder why (Eydie Gorme) --
I'm putting all my eggs in one basket (Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald) --
I've got my love to keep me warm (Billie Holiday) --
If I had you (Carmen Cavallaro) --
Irving Berlin medley (Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orchestra) --
Isn't this a lovely day? (Eddie Duchin) --
It all belongs to me (Ruth Etting) --
It's a lovely day today (Doris Day) --
I've got my captain working for me now (Original Dixieland Jazz Band) --
I've lost my heart in Dixieland (Original Dixieland Jazz Band) --
Lady of the evening (Dick Haymes) --
Lazy (Ella Fitzgerald) --
Let me sing and I'm happy (Al Jolson) --
Let yourself go (Ray Noble & His Orchestra with Al Bowlly). Disc 4. Let's face the music and dance (Fred Astaire) --
Let's take an old fashioned walk (Doris Day) --
Mandy (Eddie Cantor) --
Marching along with time (Tony Martin) --
Marie (The Mills Brothers) --
My defences are down (Howard Keel) --
My walking stick (Louis Armstrong) --
No strings (I'm fancy free) (Ella Fitzgerald) --
Now it can be told (Ella Fitzgerald) Oh Marie (Louis Prima) --
Pck up you sins and go to the Devil (Ella Fitzgerald) Play a simple melody (Georgia Gibbs & Bob Crosby) --
Puttin' on the ritz (Harry Richman) --
Reaching for the moon (Ella Fitzgerald) --
Remember (Isham Jones & His Orchestra) --
Roses of yesterday (Tony Bennett). Disc 5. Russian lullaby (Ella Fitzgerald) --
Say it isn't so (Julie London) --
Say it with music (Dick Haymes) --
Shaking the blues away (Ruth Etting) --
Sisters (The Beverley Sisters) --
Slumming on Park Avenue (Alice Faye) --
Soft lights & sweet music (Dick Haymes) --
Some sunny day (Lee Wiley) --
Steppin' out with my baby (Gordon MacRae) --
Suppertime (Ella Fitzgerald) --
That's what the well dressed man in Harlem will wear (Fats Waller) --
The best thing for you (Doris Day) --
The girl that I marry (Pat Boone) --
That hostess with the mostes on the ball (Ethel Merman) --
The piccolino (Ginger Rogers) --
The song is ended (Gillespie, Eldridge, Peterson, Ellis and Brown). Disc 6. There's no business like show business (Ethel Merman) --
They say it's wonderful (Perry Como) --
This is the army Mr. Jones (Irving Berlin) --
This year's kisses (Billie Holiday) --
Together we two (Isham Jones & His Orchestra) --
Top hat, white tails and tie (Fred Astaire) --
We saw the sea (Harry Roy & His Orchestra) --
What'll I do (Johnny Mathis) --
When I had you (Ken Griffin) --
You can have him (Doris Day) --
You can't get a man with a gun (Eydie Gorme) --
You keep me coming back like a song (Dinah Shore) --
You'd be surprised (Eddie Cantor) --
You're just in love (Rosemary Clooney) --
You're laughing at me (Ella Fitzgerald).
Other Titles: Irving Berlin songbook

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Irving Berlin was an American composer and lyricist, widely considered one of the greatest songwriters in American history. His music forms a great part of the Great American Songbook. Berlin's songs have reached the top of the charts 25 times and have been extensively re-recorded by numerous singers. This six CD set features 95 of his best songs.

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