Lullaby of Broadway the best of Busby Berkeley at Warner Bros.
|Format:||Music CD 1995|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Features music to the Broadway musicals that were directed by the famous Busby Berkeley on two discs.
Contents42nd Street. Young and healthy (Dick Powell, Toby Wing) (4:01) ; Shuffle off to Buffalo (Ruby Keeler, Clarence Nordstrum, Ginger Rogers, Una Merkel) (4:37) ; 42nd Street (Keeler, Powell) (5:47)
Gold diggers of 1933. We're in the money : (The gold diggers song) (Rogers) (2:32) ; I've got to sing a torch song (outtake) (Rogers) (3:49) ; The shadow waltz (Powell, Keeler) (6:06) ; Remember my forgotten man (Etta Moten, Joan Blondell) (6:23)
Footlight parade. Honeymoon hotel (Keeler, Powell) (8:24) ; By a waterfall (Powell, Keeler) (10:43) ; Shanghai Lil (James Cagney, Keeler) (10:26)
Wonder bar. Don't say goodnight (Powell) (10:23)
Fashions of 1934. Spin a little web of dreams / music by Sammy Fain ; lyric by Irving Kahal (Verree Teasdale) (7:26)
Dames. The girl at the ironing board (Blondell) (5:52) ; I only have eyes for you (Powell, Keeler) (9:05) ; Dames (Powell) (9:48)
Gold diggers of 1935. The words are in my heart (Powell) (8:06) ; Lullaby of Broadway (Winifred Shaw, Powell) (13:42)
In Caliente. The lady in red / music by Allie Wrubel ; lyric by Mort Dixon (Shaw, Judy Canova) (9:19)
Gold diggers of 1937. All's fair in love and war (Powell, Blondell, Lee Dixon, Rosalind Marquis) (10:34)
Hollywood Hotel. Hooray for Hollywood (extended version) / music by Richard A. Whiting ; lyric by Johnny Mercer (Powell, Francis Langford, Johnny "Scat" Davis, Gene Krupa, Benny Goodman and his orchestra) (4:24).
|Series||Turner classic movies. TCM music.|
Motion picture music
Musicals -- Excerpts.
|Publisher|| Los Angeles, CA :Rhino,1995
|Other Titles|| Motion picture music.
Best of Busby Berkeley at Warner Bros.
Motion picture soundtrack anthology
Dubin, Al, lyricist.
Warner Bros. Pictures.
Title from container.
Music and lyrics principally by Harry Warren and Al Dubin, respectively.
Program notes by Tony Thomas, Michael Feinstein, and Marilee Bradford, and complete credits (42 p. : ports.) laid in container.
2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.