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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.   Play with flash player What is this thing called love 00:03:20

Porter, Cole
Porter, Cole, lyricist(s)

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

Porter, Cole

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

Porter, Cole
Porter, Cole, lyricist(s)

  Friendship (from DuBarry Was A Lady)
16.   Play with flash player Friendship 00:02:31

Porter, Cole

  But In The Morning, No (from DuBarry Was A Lady/Black Vanities)
17.   Play with flash player 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.   Play with flash player You'd be so nice to come home to 00:03:01

Total Playing Time: 00:57:54






Composer(s):
Porter, Cole

Lyricist(s):
Porter, Cole

Conductor(s):
Noble, Ray; Whiteman, Paul

Orchestra(s):
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

Ensemble(s):
Jay Wilbur Serenaders; Johnny Mercer Piano Trio; Pickens Sisters

Artist(s):
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

Distribution Note(s):

Not available in the United States due to possible copyright restrictions


Release Date: 09/2002

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