The Addison Bailey Trio - Holiday In Manhattan With Cole Porter mp3 album
Holiday in Manhattan with Cole Porter.
Anita O'Day Swings Cole Porter with Billy May is a 1959 studio album by Anita O'Day, of songs written by Cole Porter arranged by Billy May. O'Day and May recorded another album dedicated to a single composer, Richard Rodgers, in 1960. Just One of Those Things" – 2:05. Love for Sale" – 2:42. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" – 1:48. Easy to Love" – 2:01. I Get a Kick Out of You" – 2:21. Get Out of Town" – 2:28. I've Got You Under My Skin" – 1:47
THE ADDISON BAILEY TRIO Holiday In Manhattan With Cole Porter US EP 45PS. Swing The Manhattan Transfer CD Stomp Of King Porter Java Jive Skyliner Sinners. EXC. 1960s RARE Addison Bailey - Holiday In Manhattan With Cole Porter LP33.
Dinner Ambiance In Love Late Night Reminiscing. Most of this CD reissue is taken from sessions in April 1959 on which Anita O'Day interprets Cole Porter songs while accompanied by some rather rambunctious big-band arrangements from Billy May. While her emotional range is wider than Ella Fitzgerald's (who had previously recorded her much better-known Cole Porter Songbook), strangely enough O'Day's voice does not sound as strong on the Billy May set as it does on the six "bonus" cuts which are Cole Porter songs she recorded on other occasions (from 1952-1960)
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 1. 30. I've Got You Under My Skin. I've Got You Under My Skin by Dinah Washington. Wonderful collection of Cole Porter tunes with original artists. Cole definitely had a wonderful lyrics and memorial musical scores.
The Addison Bailey Trio – Holiday In Manhattan With Cole Porter (Design DLP-104) 1959. Mantovani – Manhattan (London PS-328) 1963. The Microscopic Septet – Manhattan Moonrise (Cuneiform Rune-370) 2014. Dave Pike & His Orchestra – Manhattan Latin (Decca DL-4568) 1964. Art Van Damme Quintet – Manhattan Time (Columbia CL-801) 1956. music George Gershwin, by The New York Philharmonic (Columbia CBS 73875) 1979. The Brooklyn Bridge: Walt Whitman – Crossing Brooklyn Ferry And Other Poems, read by Ed Begley (Caedmon TC-1233) 1968.
Cole Porter was a once in a lifetime talent, penning and composing some of the greatest songs of all time. Imagine going back in time to see the opening of Paris in 1928, and hearing the world debut of Let’s Do It, Let’s Fall in Love. Or picture seeing Out of This World in 1950 and hearing From This Moment On. Thrilling to think about, isn’t it? Each one of the entries on this Cole Porter musical list could easily morph right into a Cole Porter play list, with classic, romantic songs that are truly timeless. These plays and musicals by Cole Porter are among the best of all time – not.
But most jazz musicians really love Cole Porter. Singers love his lyrics, which showcase great wit, amazing rhymes and beautiful imagery. Instrumentalists love his elegant melodies and sophisticated song structures. Celebrate Porter's birthday with Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Nellie McKay and more. Get To Know: The Cole Porter Songbook Everybody loves Cole Porter. But most jazz musicians really love Cole Porter.
|A1||You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To|
|A2||Always True To You In My Fashion|
|A3||Do I Love You?|
|B1||I've Got My Eyes On You|
|B2||Down In The Depths|
|B3||I Concentrate On You|
|B4||In The Still Of The Night|
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International Collectors Series.
This EP contains one medley on each side.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Handwr. on Runout side A): DEP-4019A IIT3F
- Matrix / Runout (Handwr. on Runout side B): DEP-4019B IIT3
- Other (Handwr. on Runout both sides): LW