Category: Jazz

8 thoughts on “ You Do Something To Me - Various - What Is This Thing Called Jazz? (Cole Porters Music) (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. For any new to Cole, his songs are often recorded either close to the original musical or piano orchestrations, or re-interpreted in often very different jazz versions in the s (think Ella and.
  2. Cole Porter is my favorite lyricist in Frank's catalogue. This collection is one of 4 Frank Sings Select and I think this one is the best! The reviews here are correct in the you have here Cole Porter, Frank Sinatra, and Nelson Riddle all in one package! Buy this album for a pleasant listen and it's great to have as a part of your cd collection/5(40).
  3. The Cole Porter Song Book was the first of Fitzgerald's Song Book series. Each of the eight albums in the series focused on a different composer of the canon known as the Great American Songbook. Granz later visited Cole Porter himself at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, and played him this entire mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.coinfos:
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  5. The singers are all representative of people who would have been singing his music in the era, which is what I wanted. Ex: Ethel Merman, Ann Miller, Sinatra, Garland etc. Also, there are some Hollywood types: Marlene Dietrich sings, " You Do Something To Me", Howard Keel and Kathryn Grayson sing some duets and Ann Miller (is mentioned above.)/5(26).
  6. His first show was Paris in ; it included "Let's Do It." That was followed by Frenchmen in containing "You Do Something to Me." Porter returned to New York in , but was a lifelong Parisian in his heart. Wake Up and Dream, The New Yorkers, The Gay Divorcee, Jubilee, Leave It to Me, and Kiss Me Kate are only a few of his marvelous shows.
  7. "Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love" (also known as "Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)" or simply "Let's Do It") is a popular song written in by Cole Porter. It was introduced in Porter's first Broadway success, the musical Paris () by French chanteuse Irène Bordoni .

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