• RTR4334 Katalognummer
  • 0710357433427 EAN
  • 2CD Format
  • 1922-1957/2018 Utgivelsesår

Produktbeskrivelse

The  very  best  of  Harry  Warren  (1893-1981)  is  presented  in  a  double  CD  set  for  a  magnificent  addition,  the tenth,  to  Retrospective’s  invaluable  series  devoted  to  the  great  songwriters  of  the  last  century.  After  penning  some of  the  20s’  most  iconic  tunes,  such  as  I  Love  My  Baby  and  Pasadena,  Warren  lit  the  touch  paper  for  the  emerging Hollywood  movie  industry  with  42nd  Street  in  1933,  beginning  a  line  of  Busby  Berkeley  spectaculars  and  other musicals  filled  with  such  great  songs  as  I  Only  Have  Eyes  For  You,  Lullaby  Of  Broadway,  Jeepers  Creepers,  You Must  Have  Been  A  Beautiful  Baby,  September  In  The  Rain  and  I’ll  String  Along  With  You.  Then  came  the  Glenn Miller  evergreens  Chattanooga  Choo-Choo,  I’ve  Gotta  Gal  In  Kalamazoo  and  so  on,  and  wartime  classics  like You’ll  Never  Know  –  a  phenomenal  spread  of  hits  from  1922  to  1957.  As  with  each  of  the  songwriter  issues,  the  roster  of  artists  is  phenomenal,  chosen  (except  for  the  opening  Rose Of  The  Rio  Grande)  from  singers  of  the  time  of  each  song’s  publication.  They  include  Warren’s  great  champions Dick  Powell  and  Bing  Crosby,  alongside  Dick  Haymes,  The  Boswell  Sisters,  Fred  Waring,  Fats  Waller,  Louis Armstrong,  Vera  Lynn,  Fred  Astaire  and  many  others.

 

Sporliste

DISC ONE (1922-1936): Rose Of The Rio Grande – Ivie Anderson; Pasadena – Al Jolson; I Love My Baby – Aileen Stanley; One Sweet Letter From You – Kate Smith; Nagasaki – Sam  Lanin; Cryin’ For The Carolines – Fred Waring; Cheerful Little Earful – Seger Ellis; Would You Like To Take A Walk? – Frank Crumit; By The River Sainte Marie – Guy Lombardo; I Found  A Million-Dollar Baby – Fred Waring; You’re My Everything – Russ Columbo; Forty-Second Street – The Boswell Sisters; You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me – Bing Crosby; Shuffle Off To Buffalo – The Boswell Sisters; We’re In The Money – Dick  Powell; The Shadow Waltz – Dick Powell; I’ve Got To Sing A Torch Song – Dick Powell; Keep Young And Beautiful – Denny Dennis; The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams – Jan Garber; I’ll String Along With You – Dick Powell; I Only Have Eyes For You – Hutch; About A Quarter To Nine – Ozzie Nelson; She’s A Latin From Manhattan – Victor Young; I’ll Sing You A Thousand Love Songs – Denny Dennis; Lullaby Of Broadway – Dick Powell; -

DISC TWO (1935-1957): Lulu’s Back In Town – Fats Waller; September In The Rain – James Melton; How Could You? – Billie Holiday;  Remember Me? – Bing Crosby; You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby – Bing Crosby; Jeepers Creepers – Louis Armstrong; Down Argentina Way – Bob Crosby; I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi, I Like You Very Much – Carmen Miranda; Chattanooga Choo-Choo – Glenn Miller; I Had The Craziest Dream – Helen Forrest; At Last – Glenn Miller; I’ve Got A Gal In Kalamazoo – Glenn Miller; Serenade In Blue – Glenn Miller; There Will Never Be Another You – The Andrews Sisters; You’ll Never Know – Vera Lynn; My Heart Tells Me – Glen Gray; No Love, No Nothing – Ella Mae Morse; I Wish I Knew – Dick Haymes; The More I See You – Dick Haymes; This Heart Of Mine – Fred Astaire; On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fé – Johnny Mercer & The Pied Pipers; This Is Always – Jo Stafford; Canadian Capers - Doris Day; Zing A Little  Zong - Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman; That’s Amore - Dean Martin; An Affair To Remember - Vic Damone;

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