14 Aug 2014

Irving Berlin (Part 5)

From the collecton Irving Berlin

When World War Two began, Irving simply walked away from his career, and went on the road for three years in a morale-boosting show for the US Army. He came home and immediately wrote his greatest stage show, Annie Get Your Gun.

Music Details:

BERLIN: Russian Lullaby - Bunny Berigan and his orchestra (Bluebird 66615)

BERLIN: Be Careful, It’s My Heart - Trini Lopez (Sourced from itunes)

BERLIN: White Christmas - The Drifters (Rhino 277662)

BERLIN: This is the Army Mr Jones - cast of the Warner Brothers movie (History CD 203117)

BERLIN: Mandy - cast of the Warner Brothers movie (History CD 203117)

BERLIN: That's what the well-dressed man in Harlem is wearing - cast of the Warner Brothers movie (History CD 203117)

BERLIN: Doin' what comes naturally - Betty Hutton (Rhino CD 276669)

BERLIN: You can't get a man with a gun - Betty Hutton (Rhino CD 276669)

BERLIN: It's Wonderful - Ethel Merman (MCA 110047)

BERLIN: The girl that I marry - Howard Keel (Rhino CD 276669)

BERLIN: An old fashioned wedding - Ethel Merman and Bruce Yarnell (RCA 351124)

BERLIN: Anything you can do - Betty Hutton and Howard Keel (Rhino 276669)

BERLIN: A couple of song and dance men - Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby (History 203110)

BERLIN: Shakin' the blues away - Ann Miller (DVD D067072)

BERLIN: Mr Monotony - Judy Garland (Rhino R2 71960)

BERLIN: Steppin’ out with my baby - Tony Bennett (Columbia 474 360)

 

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