The Songs of Harry Warren: Lullaby of Broadway (& Hollywood) | Retrospective RTS4334

The Songs of Harry Warren: Lullaby of Broadway (& Hollywood)

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Label: Retrospective

Cat No: RTS4334

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 2

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 3rd August 2018

Contents

Artists

Dick Powell
Bing Crosby
Glenn Miller
Dick Haymes
The Boswell Sisters
Fred Waring
Fats Waller
Louis Armstrong
Vera Lynn
Fred Astaire
Ivie Anderson
Al Jolson
Aileen Stanley
Kate Smith
Sam Lanin
Seger Ellis
Frank Crumit
Guy Lombardo
Russ Columbo
Denny Dennis
Jan Garber
Hutch
Ozzie Nelson
Victor Young
James Melton
Billie Holiday
Carmen Miranda
Helen Forrest
The Andrews Sisters
Glen Gray
Ella Mae Morse
Fred Astaire
Johnny Mercer & The Pied Pipers
Jo Stafford
Doris Day
Jane Wyman
Dean Martin
Vic Damone

Artists

Dick Powell
Bing Crosby
Glenn Miller
Dick Haymes
The Boswell Sisters
Fred Waring
Fats Waller
Louis Armstrong
Vera Lynn
Fred Astaire
Ivie Anderson
Al Jolson
Aileen Stanley
Kate Smith
Sam Lanin
Seger Ellis
Frank Crumit
Guy Lombardo
Russ Columbo
Denny Dennis
Jan Garber
Hutch
Ozzie Nelson
Victor Young
James Melton
Billie Holiday
Carmen Miranda
Helen Forrest
The Andrews Sisters
Glen Gray
Ella Mae Morse
Fred Astaire
Johnny Mercer & The Pied Pipers
Jo Stafford
Doris Day
Jane Wyman
Dean Martin
Vic Damone

About

The very best of Harry Warren (1893-1981) is presented in a double CD set for a magnificent addition, the tenth, to Retrospectiveís invaluable series devoted to the great songwriters of the last century. After penning some of the 20sí 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 Iíll String Along With You. Then came the Glenn Miller evergreens Chattanooga Choo-Choo, Iíve Gotta Gal In Kalamazoo and so on, and wartime classics like Youíll Never Know Ė 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 songís publication. They include Warrenís 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.

Contents:

CD 1 (1922-1936)
1. Rose Of The Rio Grande (Ivie Anderson)
2. Pasadena (Al Jolson)
3. I Love My Baby (Aileen Stanley)
4. One Sweet Letter From You (Kate Smith)
5. Nagasaki (Sam Lanin)
6. Cryiní For The Carolines (Fred Waring)
7. Cheerful Little Earful (Seger Ellis)
8. Would You Like To Take A Walk? (Frank Crumit)
9. By The River Sainte Marie (Guy Lombardo)
10. I Found A Million-Dollar Baby (Fred Waring)
11. Youíre My Everything (Russ Columbo)
12. Forty-Second Street (The Boswell Sisters)
13. Youíre Getting To Be A Habit With Me (Bing Crosby)
14. Shuffle Off To Buffalo (The Boswell Sisters)
15. Weíre In The Money (Dick Powell)
16. The Shadow Waltz (Dick Powell)
17. Iíve Got To Sing A Torch Song (Dick Powell)
18. Keep Young And Beautiful (Denny Dennis)
19. The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (Jan Garber)
20. Iíll String Along With You (Dick Powell)
21. I Only Have Eyes For You (Hutch)
22. About A Quarter To Nine (Ozzie Nelson)
23. Sheís A Latin From Manhattan (Victor Young)
24. Iíll Sing You A Thousand Love Songs (Denny Dennis)
25. Lullaby Of Broadway (Dick Powell)

CD 2 (1935-1957)
1. Luluís Back In Town (Fats Waller)
2. September In The Rain Ė James Melton 3.11
3. How Could You? (Billie Holiday)
4. Remember Me? (Bing Crosby)
5. You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (Bing Crosby)
6. Jeepers Creepers (Louis Armstrong)
7. Down Argentina Way (Bob Crosby)
8. I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi, I Like You Very Much (Carmen Miranda)
9. Chattanooga Choo-Choo (Glenn Miller)
10. I Had The Craziest Dream (Helen Forrest)
11. At Last (Glenn Miller)
12. Iíve Got A Gal In Kalamazoo (Glenn Miller)
13. Serenade In Blue (Glenn Miller)
14. There Will Never Be Another You (The Andrews Sisters)
15. Youíll Never Know (Vera Lynn)
16. My Heart Tells Me (Glen Gray)
17. No Love, No Nothing (Ella Mae Morse)
18. I Wish I Knew (Dick Haymes)
19. The More I See You (Dick Haymes)
20. This Heart Of Mine (Fred Astaire)
21. On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fť (Johnny Mercer & The Pied Pipers)
22. This Is Always (Jo Stafford)
23. Canadian Capers (Doris Day)
24. Zing A Little Zong (Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman)
25. Thatís Amore (Dean Martin)
26. An Affair To Remember (Vic Damone)

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