Various - Encores From The 30's - Volume 1 1930-1935 FLAC album
The first of two compilations on 1930's decade music in USA ; the best american female singers of the 1930's, this is the volume 1 (1930-1935) ; another.
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Encores From The 30's, Volume 1: 1930 - 1935! 1975 Columbia Special Products Compilation Reissue! Fold-Open Gatefold Cover! This compilation has not been reissued on Compact Disc! TRACKS: A1. I Got Rhythm (Ethel Waters); A2. Body and Soul (Paul Whiteman and His Orch. Easter Parade (Gene Austin); B8. Hey, Young Fella, Close Your Umbrella (Frances Williams); C1. I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues (Lee Wiley with Victor Young Orchestra); C2. Forty-Second Street (Boswell Sisters); C3. Honeysuckle Rose (Joe Sullivan); C4.
Encores From The 30's - Stay As Sweet As You Are, Falling In Love Again, I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (feat. Jean Bowes) and 20 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Encores From The 30's. Count: 20. Views: 9. Encores From The 30's tracks. Stay As Sweet As You Are.
Item Number JRM01805-VL. TITLE Encores From The 30's Volume 1 1930-1935. This item is sold "as-is" and is non-returnable.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 (1930-1935)" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
Thus, with the tenth season in 2003, 30 musicals had been resurrected. By then, one of the performances, 1996's Chicago, had been transferred to a Broadway revival, where it was still playing; the series had been copied by theater companies all over the country; and DRG Records had released concert cast albums of seven of the shows, 1995's Call Me Madam, Pal Joey, and Out of This World, 1997's The Boys from. Syracuse, 1999's Do Re Mi and Babes in Arms, and 2000's Tenderloin. This compilation is a best-of drawn from those seven albums.
1. Rainy Night Blues. 2. Paddlin' Madeline Blues. 4. Old Original Kokomo Blues. 5. Back To The Woods. Listen to Kokomo Arnold Vol. 1 (1930 - 1935) now. 1 (1930 - 1935) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
20th Century Fox (formed in 1935 from the merger of Twentieth Century Pictures, founded by Joseph Schenk, and the Fox Film Corporation). MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) (led by Louis B. Mayer). The beginning of the decline of the major studio system in the late 30s was signaled by various aggressive producers who split off and became independent. For example, David Selznick resigned from MGM in 1935 and established his own independent company - Selznick International Pictures. Their first film production, an adaptation of Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936), starred Freddie Bartholomew. The top-grossing Gone.
|–Ethel Waters||I Got Rhythm||3:07|
|–Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra||Body And Soul||3:08|
|–Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra||Happy Feet||2:52|
|–Isham Jones And His Orchestra*||Star-Dust||3:22|
|–Ruth Etting||Falling In Love Again||2:53|
|–Louis Armstrong And His Cotton Club Orchestra*||The Peanut Vendor||3:29|
|–Dorsey Brothers Orchestra*||I'm Gettin' Sentimental||2:47|
|–Ted Lewis And His Band||Royal Garden Blues||3:00|
|–Bing Crosby||Brother, Can You Spare A Dime||3:09|
|–Kate Smith||Snuggled On Your Shoulder, Cuddled In Your Arms||3:10|
|–Harry Richman||I Love a Parade||2:50|
|–Al Jolson||Your Are Too Beautiful||3:21|
|–Eddy Duchin And His Orchestra||My Cousin In Milwaukee||2:54|
|–Lee Sims||Don't Blame Me||3:10|
|–Gene Austin||Easter Parade||2:55|
|–Frances Williams||Hey, Young Fella, Close Your Umbrella||3:08|
|–Lee Wiley With Victor Young Orchestra*||I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues||2:47|
|–The Boswell Sisters||Forty-Second Street||3:12|
|–Joe Sullivan||Honeysuckle Rose||3:23|
|–Mildred Bailey And Dorsey Brothers Orchestra*||Doin' The Uptown Lowdown||2:53|
|–Karl Kress And Dick McDonough||Heat Wave||2:21|
|–Fred Astaire||Music Makes Me||2:23|
|–Guy Lombardo And The Royal Canadians*||St. Louis Blues||3:13|
|–Dick Powell||Mr. And Mrs. Is The Name||2:51|
|–Hal Kemp And His Orchestra||Serenade For a Wealthy Widow||2:46|
|–Lanny Ross||Stay As Sweet As You Are||3:07|
|–Leo Reisman And His Orchestra||The Continental||2:44|
|–Connie Boswell||Blue Moon||3:09|
|–The Mills Brothers||I Found a New Baby||2:40|
|–Carl Brisson||Cocktails For Two||3:21|
|–Ozzie Nelson And His Orchestra||Beautiful Girl||2:30|
|–Helen Morgan||Winter Overnight||3:06|
|L2N 6072||Various||Encores From The 30's - Volume 1 1930-1935 (2xLP, Comp, Mono)||Epic||L2N 6072||US||Unknown|
|P2 12854||Various||Encores From The 30's (2xLP, Comp)||Columbia Special Products||P2 12854||US||1975|