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PORTER, Cole: But in the Morning, No (1930-1943)


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PORTER, Cole: But in the Morning, No (1930-1943)

Porter, Cole

  What Is This Thing Called Love (from Wake Up And Dream)
1.   What is this thing called love 00:03:20

Porter, Cole
Porter, Cole, lyricist(s)

  Love For Sale (from The New Yorkers)
2.   Love for sale 00:03:11
  Night And Day (from The Gay Divorce)
3.   Night and Day 00:04:19
  The Physician (from Nymph Errant)
4.   The Physician 00:03:01
5.   Solomon 00:03:05
  Anything Goes (selection)
6.   Anything goes (selection) 00:04:15

Porter, Cole

  Rap Tap On Wood (from Born To Dance)
7.   Rap tap on wood 00:02:29
  Easy To Love (from Born To Dance)
8.   Easy to love 00:03:12
  I've Got You Under My Skin (from Born To Dance)
9.   I've got you under my skin 00:04:09
  A Picture Of Me Without You (from Jubilee)
10.   A picture of me without you 00:03:07
  Ridin' High (from Red Hot and Blue)
11.   Ridin' high 00:02:27
  Red Hot and Blue (from Red Hot And Blue)
12.   Red hot and blue 00:03:10
  Looking At You (from Wake Up and Dream)
13.   Looking at you 00:03:20
  My Heart Belongs To Daddy (from Leave It To Me)
14.   My heart belongs to daddy 00:02:53
  Make It Another Old-Fashioned, Please (from Panama Hattie)
15.   Make it another old - fashioned, please 00:02:53

Porter, Cole
Porter, Cole, lyricist(s)

  Friendship (from DuBarry Was A Lady)
16.   Friendship 00:02:31

Porter, Cole

  But In The Morning, No (from DuBarry Was A Lady/Black Vanities)
17.   But in the morning, no 00:03:31

Porter, Cole
Porter, Cole, lyricist(s)

  You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To (from Something To Shout About)
18.   You'd be so nice to come home to 00:03:01

Total Playing Time: 00:57:54

Porter, Cole

Porter, Cole

Noble, Ray; Whiteman, Paul

Bert Ambrose Orchestra; Eddy Duchin Orchestra; Fairchild and Carroll Orchestra; Harry Sosnik Orchestra; Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra; Leo Reisman Orchestra; Libby Holman Orchestra; Mal Hallett Orchestra; Paul Weston Orchestra; Paul Whiteman Orchestra; Ray Noble Orchestra; Victor Young Orchestra

Jay Wilbur Serenaders; Johnny Mercer Piano Trio; Pickens Sisters

Bowlly, Al; Carle, Frankie; Conrad, Lew; Darby, Ken; Davies, Ramona; Day, Frances; Dewey, Phil; Duchin, Eddy; Flanagan, Bud; Garland, Judy; Hauser, John; Healy, Peggy; Holman, Libby; Langford, Francis; Lawrence, Bob; Lawrence, Gertrude; Martin, Mary; Merman, Ethel; Miley, Bubber; Shelton, Anne; Welch, Elisabeth; Wiley, Lee

Label: Naxos Nostalgia

Genre: Nostalgia

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.120627

Barcode: 0636943262726

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Physical Release: 09/2002

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