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Album Fred Astaire - Original Recordings (1935-1940)

  • Performer: Fred Astaire
  • Title: Original Recordings (1935-1940)
  • Size MP3 ver: 2617 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1528 mb
  • Country: France
  • Date of release: 1973
  • Style: Big Band, Swing, Musical, Soundtrack
  • # Catalog: CBS 66316
  • Label: CBS
  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Genre: Jazz / Movie & TV
Album Fred Astaire - Original Recordings (1935-1940)

Tracklist

1 From The Paramount Picture "Second Chorus"
2 From The RKO Picture "Shall We Dance"
3Poor Mister Chisholm
Accompanied By – Perry Botkin And His Orch.Written-By – Hanighen, J. Mercer
4I Can't Be Bothered Now
Accompanied By – Ray Noble And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
5Nice Work If You Can Get It
Accompanied By – Ray Noble And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
6A Foggy Day
Accompanied By – Ray Noble And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
7The Waltz In Swing Time
Performer – J. Green And His Orch.
8They Can't Take That Away From Me
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
9 From The RKO Picture "A Damsel In Distress"
10Change Partners
Accompanied By – Ray Noble And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
11Love Of My Life
Accompanied By – Perry Botkin And His Orch.Written-By – A. Shaw, J. Mercer
12The Yam Steps (Talking Between F. Astaire & R. Noble)
Accompanied By – Ray Noble And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
13Cheek To Cheek
Accompanied By – Johnny Green And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
14Shall We Dance
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
15Never Gonna Dance
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Music By – Jerome KernWords By – Dorothy Fields
16I'm Building Up To An Awful Let-Down
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Written-By – F. Astaire, J. Mercer
17Top Hat, White Tie And Tails
Accompanied By – Johnny Green And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
18(I've Got) Beginner's Luck
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
19No Strings
Accompanied By – Johnny Green And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
20Things Are Looking Up
Accompanied By – Ray Noble And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
21Me And The Ghost Upstairs
Accompanied By – Perry Botkin And His Orch.Written-By – Hanighen, J. Mercer
22The Way You Look To-Night
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Music By – Jerome KernWords By – Dorothy Fields
23A Fine Romance (A Sarcastic Love Song) (Alt. Take)
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Music By – Jerome KernWords By – Dorothy Fields
24The Yam
Accompanied By – Ray Noble And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
25A Fine Romance (Orig. Take)
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Music By – Jerome KernWords By – Dorothy Fields
26I'd Rather Lead A Band
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
27 From The RKO Picture "Swing Time"
28 From The RKO Picture "Follow The Street"
29Just Like Taking Candy From A Baby
Accompanied By – Benny Goodman And His Orch., SextetWritten-By – F. Astaire, Shelley
30We Saw The Sea
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
31Let's Face The Music And Dance
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
32Bojangles Of Harlem
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Music By – Jerome KernWords By – Dorothy Fields
33I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
34 From "Shall We Dance" (Continued)
35Slap That Bass
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
36 From "A Damsel In Distress" (Continued)
37 From "Follow The Street" (Continued)
38They All Laughed
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
39 From The RKO Picture "Carefree"
40Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Written-By [Words By - Music By] – Ira Gershwin - George Gershwin
41Let Yourself Go
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
42 From "Swing Time" (Continued)
43Pick Yourself Up
Accompanied By – J. Green And His Orch.Music By – Jerome KernWords By – Dorothy Fields
44The Piccolino
Accompanied By – Leo Reisman & His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
45Isn't This A Lovely Day
Accompanied By – Johnny Green And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
46(I Ain't Hep To That Step But I'll) Dig It
Accompanied By – Perry Botkin And His Orch.Written-By – Borne, J. Mercer
47 From The RKO Picture "Top Hat"
48I Used To Be Color Blind
Accompanied By – Ray Noble And His Orch.Words By, Music By – Irving Berlin
49Who Cares (So Long As You Care)
Accompanied By – Benny Goodman And His Orch.Written-By – I. Gershwin-G. Gershwin

Credits

  • Producer, Liner Notes [Booklet]Henri Renaud
  • Tap DanceFred Astaire (tracks: A1 to B3, B5 to C3, C5 to F4, F6)
  • VocalsFred Astaire (tracks: A1 to C3, C5 to F6)

Notes

Released with a a 8-page booklet with notes and pictures.
Made in Holland.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Labels A & B): 66316
  • Matrix / Runout (Labels C & D): 66316
  • Matrix / Runout (Labels E & F): 66316
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): 66316-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): 66316-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side C): 66316-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side D): 66316-4
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side E): 66316-5
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side F): 66316-6
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, etched): 66316-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, stamped): 66316-3B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side C, etched): 66316-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side D, etched): 66316-D
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side E, etched): 66316-E
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side F, etched): 66316-F
  • Rights Society: SDRM

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
  • Printed By – Est-Typo-Offset, Vincennes

Album

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Molace
The labels pictured here are for a Holland set and are of the older 1960's CBS European type, The labels for the French set are the 1970's Orange/Yellow type with CBS in White at the top.

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