As Time Goes By - Various - The Best Of The Definitive American Songbook - Volume 1 (A-I) (CD)

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Download As Time Goes By - Various - The Best Of The Definitive American Songbook - Volume 1 (A-I) (CD)
2003
Label: Liberty - 72435-92819-2-6 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop •


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  1. VARIOUS ARTISTS - The Best of the Definitive American Songbook, Vol. 1: A-I - clovachtemrestsanshen.litokomabraihortestthumbmousmensrocyc.co Music/5(21).
  2. This compilation is the first of ten to be compiled and released on EMI/Capitol's Liberty imprint containing performances of songs that are part of "The Great American Songbook," i.e., traditional pop standards from the s, '30s, '40s, and '50s, mostly written for Broadway musicals or Hollywood movies, and subsequently sung in nightclubs and on records.6/
  3. The Best Of The Definitive American Songbook, Vol.1 (A-I) American Songbook - Vol. 1-Best Of A-I (CD NEW) Label: Capitol Format: CD Release Date: No. of Discs: 1 UPC: Album Tracks 1. At Last - Etta James 2. Almost Like Being In Love - Nat 'King' Cole 3. Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe - Peggy Lee 4. Baby It's Cold Outside - Margaret Whiting & Johnny Mercer clovachtemrestsanshen.litokomabraihortestthumbmousmensrocyc.co: UMGD.
  4. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Best of the Definitive American Songbook, Vol. 1 (A-I) by Various Artists (CD, Sep, Capitol/EMI Records) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!5/5(1).
  5. Get this from a library! The best of the definitive American songbook. Volume 1, (A-I).. [Etta James; Nat King Cole; Peggy Lee; Margaret Whiting; Johnny Mercer; Fred Astaire; Sarah Vaughan; Dinah Shore; André Previn; Brook Benton; Dick Haymes; Tony Bennett; June Christy; Stan Kenton; Willie Nelson; Julie London; Mel Tormé; Ray Charles; Dianne Reeves; Bing Crosby; Harry Nilsson;].
  6. I have had this CD accompany me worldwide on business, airplanes, hotels. It is a wonderful compilation of both various artists and composers. What I really appreciate is the variety of high-quality performances. By far and away, this has the best performances of "At Last" and "Baby, It's Cold Outside" that I have every heard/5(21).
  7. The song "As Time Goes By" was recorded by Rudy Vallee for Victor in the summer of and was later used as Hupfeld's sole contribution to the musical Everybody's Welcome, where it was sung by leading lady Frances Williams. When the show closed after performances, the song was virtually forgotten and Hupfeld moved on to his next musical.
  8. As Time Goes By The Great American Songbook: Volume II by Rod Stewart Audio CD $ In Stock. As Time Goes By The Great American Songbook: Volume II Rod Stewart. out of 5 stars Audio CD. Love this - fab price, have a few of his American Songbook CD'clovachtemrestsanshen.litokomabraihortestthumbmousmensrocyc.co them all. I have seen very mixed reviews, but I love the jazz /5().
  9. The Best of the Definitive American Songbook, Vol. 2: I-Z sets out to compile great performances of songs written in the s through the s by American songwriters both legendary (like Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael, George and Ira Gershwin, Billy Strayhorn and Duke Ellington, and Harold Arlen) and obscure (like Jack Lawrence, Walter Gross, Harry Link, Jack Strachey, and Holt Marvell).

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