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CDs with: Berlin, Irving

Annie get your gun
There's no business like show business -- Doin' what comes natur'lly -- The girl that I marry -- You can't get a man with a gun -- There's no business like show business : reprise -- I'll share it all with you -- Moonshine lullaby -- There's no business like show business : reprise -- They say it's wonderful -- My defenses are down -- Finale act I : You can't get a man with a gun : reprise -- Entr'acte : The European tour -- I got lost in his arms -- Who do you love, I hope -- I got the sun in the morning -- An old fashioned wedding -- The girl that I marry : reprise -- Anything you can do --Finale act II : They say it's wonderful : reprise (1:06).
CD 2751
Berlin-always! : the songs of Irving Berlin.
Cheek to cheek (performed by Fred Astaire) -- This year's kisses (Alice Faye) -- Alexander's Ragtime Band (Benny Goodman & his Orchestra) -- Slummin' on Park Avenue (Jimmy Lunceford & his Orchestra) -- I'm putting all my eggs in one basket (Louis Armstrong) -- Waiting at the end of the road (Ethel Waters) -- Isn't this a lovely day? (Ambrose & his Orchestra ; Jack Cooper, vocal) -- Shakin' the blues away (Ruth Etting) -- When I lost you (Bing Crosby) -- Always (Benny Goodman & his Orchestra) -- He ain't got rhythm (Billie Holiday) -- I've got my love to keep me warm (Art Tatum) -- Blue skies (Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra ; Frank Sinatra, vocal) -- I want to be in Dixie (The American Ragtime Octette) -- Let yourself go (Fred Astaire) -- How's chances? (Henry Hall & the BBC Dance Orchestra ; Don Donovan, vocal) -- Harlem on my mind (Ethel Waters) -- Russian lullaby (Bunny Berigan & his Orchestra) -- How deep is the ocean? (Bing Crosby) -- When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam' (Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra) -- Now it can be told (Al Bowlly).
CD 877
Bernadette Peters in Irving Berlin's Annie get your gun : the new Broadway cast recording.
There's no business like show business -- Doin' what comes natur'lly -- The girl that I marry -- You can't get a man with a gun -- There's no business like show business : reprise -- I'll share it all with you -- Moonshine lullaby -- There's no business like show business : reprise -- They say it's wonderful -- My defenses are down -- Finale act I : You can't get a man with a gun : reprise -- Entr'acte : The European tour -- I got lost in his arms -- Who do you love, I hope -- I got the sun in the morning -- An old fashioned wedding -- The girl that I marry : reprise -- Anything you can do --Finale act II : They say it's wonderful : reprise (1:06).
CD 2751
Come on and hear! : early songs by Irving Berlin, 1909-1915.
Everybody's doing it now (2:26) -- That's how I love you (1:56) -- When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam' (2:57) -- Move over (1:57) -- Simple melody (3:49) -- At the devil's ball (first version) (1:28) -- At the devil's ball (final version) (1:27) -- The girl on the magazine (4:03) -- Piano solo : Alexander's Ragtime Band ; Alexander's Ragtime Band (song) (4:59) -- When it rains, sweetheart, when it rains (2:29) -- Settle down in a one horse town (2:43) -- Ragtime medley (4:12). Ragtime violin! ; That mysterious rag ; The international rag -- If all the girls I knew were like you (2:48) -- Stop! Look! Listen! (2:49) -- I want to go back to Michigan (Down on the farm) (2:53) -- That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune (2:57) -- Ragtime soldier man (3:23) -- The apple tree and the bumble bee (2:14) -- Spring and fall (2:00) -- I love a piano (4:27) -- They've got me doing it now (3:08).
CD 1949
Explorations / Bill Evans Trio.
Israel / John Carisi (6:08) -- Haunted heart / Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz (3:25) -- Beautiful love (take 2) / Haven Gillespie, Wayne King, Egbert Van Alstyne, Victor Young (5:03) -- Beautiful love (take 1) / Haven Gillespie, Wayne King, Egbert Van Alstyne, Victor Young (6:03) -- Elsa / Earl Zindars (5:05) -- Nardis / Miles Davis (5:48) -- How deep is the ocean? / Irving Berlin (3:30) -- I wish I knew / Mack Gordon, Harry Warren (4:39) -- Sweet and lovely / Gus Arnheim, Harry Tobias, Jules Lemare (5:50) -- The boy next door / Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane (5:06).
CD 3018
Irving Berlin.
Let me sing and I'm happy (Al Jolson) (2:34) -- All alone (Connee Boswell) (2:54) -- Everybody step (Ella Fitzgerald) (2:42) -- God bless America (Kate Smith) (2:40) -- Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning (Irving Berlin) (3:14) -- White Christmas (Bing Crosby) (2:58) -- Blue skies (Bing Crosby) (3:25) -- Easter parade (Judy Garland and Fred Astaire) (2:36) -- Play a simple melody (Dinah Shore) (2:18) -- It's a lovely day tomorrow (Mary Martin) (2:48) -- Fools fall in love (Teddi King) (2:35) -- (You're not sick) you're just in love (Ethel Merman and Donald O'Connor) (3:04) -- Say it isn't so (Georgia Gibbs) (2:58) -- Puttin' on the Ritz (Fred Astaire) (2:49) -- Cheek to cheek (Fred Astaire) (5:39) -- What'll I do? (Johnny Mathis) (2:55) -- Let's face the music and dance (Mel Tormé) (2:15) -- Supper time (Eileen Farrell) (3:18) -- There's no business like show business (Ethel Merman) (3:08) -- Alexander's ragtime band (Max Morath) (2:46) -- Pack up your sins (and go to the Devil) (Dorothy Loudon) (2:30) -- Isn't this a lovely day? (Tony Bennett) (3:16) -- I'm putting all my eggs in one basket (Michael Feinstein) (2:16) -- I love a piano (Barbara Cook) (3:10).
CD 1849
Keep on smiling : songs by Irving Berlin, 1915-1918.
The circus is coming to town (2:27) -- Araby (4:32) -- I've got a sweet tooth bothering me (2:17) -- Until I fell in love with you (1:41) -- Cohen owes me ninety seven dollars (2:48) -- When I leave the world behind (2:41) -- Down where the jack o'lanterns grow (2:44) -- Polly pretty Polly (Polly with a past) (2:18) -- The eyes of youth see the truth (3:26) -- The sterling silver moon (1:30) -- While the band played an American rag (2:38) -- The voice of Belgium (3:18) -- The devil has bought up all the coal (2:04) -- They were all out of step but Jim (2:26) -- Smile and show your dimple (2:11) -- Dream on little soldier boy (4:02) -- When I get back to the U.S.A. (Bradford Conner, additional vocals) (3:49) -- I'm gonna pin my medal on the girl I left behind (3:24) -- Yip-yip-Yaphank medley. Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning ; Kitchen police (poor little me) ; (I can always find a little sunshine) In the Y.M.C.A. ; Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning) (5:51) -- We're on our way to France (Bradford Conner, Elbert Oxley, Charles Ricker, additional vocals) (2:07).
CD 1947
Over there.
Over there / Cohan (2:37) -- Oh! How I hate to get up in the morning / Berlin (2:40) -- Would you rather be a Colonel / Mitchell (2:19) -- Good morning, Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip / Lloyd (1:34) -- Good-bye Broadway, hello France! / Baskette (2:09) -- Keep the home fires burning / Novello (3:11) -- Sister Susie's sewing shirts for soldiers / Darewski (2:43) -- Just a baby's prayer at twilight / Jerome (4:16) -- It's a long way to Tipperary / Judge (2:45) -- Roses of Picardy / Wood (3:51) -- How 'ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm? / Donaldson (3:10) -- I want to hear a Yankee Doodle tune / Cohan (2:29) -- When day is done / Katscher (3:36) -- Two hearts swing in three-quarter time / Stolz (2:34) -- Yours is my heart alone / Lehár (3:01) -- Vienna, my city of dreams / Sieczyński (3:14) -- Cabaret songs / Schoenberg (18:07) -- Three early songs. Riders' song (1:39) ; Parting song (2:33) ; The beautiful child (3:04) / Weill.
CD 677
Sing America! : patriotic collection.
The star spangled banner (1:14) -- Over there (1:55) -- Battle hymn of the Republic (1:56) -- The Army goes rolling along (1:11) -- Columbia, the gem of the ocean (1:00) -- God bless the USA (3:00) -- Yankee Doodle (1:08) -- Anchors aweigh (0:45) -- America the beautiful (2:30) -- This is my country (1:33) -- Stars and stripes forever (3:28) -- The Marines hymn (0:43) -- When Johnny comes marching home (0:53) -- God bless America (1:48) -- Air Force song (0:45) -- You're a grand old flag (0:38) -- America (1:22) -- This land is your land (1:18) -- Semper paratus (0:38) -- Armed Forces medley (2:58).
CD 2042
Sing, sing, sing / Benny Goodman and his orchestra.
King Porter stomp / Jelly Roll Morton (3:06) -- Sometimes I'm happy / Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans (3:38) -- Basin Street blues / Spencer Williams (2:52) -- If I could be with you / James P. Johnson, Henry Creamer (2:13) -- Goody goody / Johnny Mercer, Matty Malneck (2:27) -- Christopher Columbus / Andy Razaf, Leon Berry (3:30) -- Sing me a swing song / Stanley Adams, Hoagy Carmichael (2:20) -- (I would do) anything for you / Alex Hill, Claude Hopkins, Roberto Williams (2:47) -- These foolish things remind me of you / Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey, Harry Link (2:42) -- Down South camp meeting / Fletcher Henderson (3:16) -- Bugle call rag / Jack Pettis, Billy Meyers, Elmer Schoebel (2:57) -- Goodnight my love / Harry Revel, Mack Gordon (3:05) -- He ain't got rhythm / Irving Berlin (2:41) -- I want to be happy / Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar (2:35) -- Roll 'em / Mary Lou Williams (3:10) -- Thanks for the memory / Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin (3:07) -- Don't be that way / Edgar Sampson, Benny Goodman (3:17) -- One o'clock jump / Count Basie (3:12) -- Ti-pi-tin / Maria Grever (2:33) -- Sing, sing, sing / Louis Prima (8:38) -- Goodbye / Gordon Jenkins (3:22).
CD 2630
Songs by Irving Berlin, 1915-1918
The circus is coming to town (2:27) -- Araby (4:32) -- I've got a sweet tooth bothering me (2:17) -- Until I fell in love with you (1:41) -- Cohen owes me ninety seven dollars (2:48) -- When I leave the world behind (2:41) -- Down where the jack o'lanterns grow (2:44) -- Polly pretty Polly (Polly with a past) (2:18) -- The eyes of youth see the truth (3:26) -- The sterling silver moon (1:30) -- While the band played an American rag (2:38) -- The voice of Belgium (3:18) -- The devil has bought up all the coal (2:04) -- They were all out of step but Jim (2:26) -- Smile and show your dimple (2:11) -- Dream on little soldier boy (4:02) -- When I get back to the U.S.A. (Bradford Conner, additional vocals) (3:49) -- I'm gonna pin my medal on the girl I left behind (3:24) -- Yip-yip-Yaphank medley. Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning ; Kitchen police (poor little me) ; (I can always find a little sunshine) In the Y.M.C.A. ; Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning) (5:51) -- We're on our way to France (Bradford Conner, Elbert Oxley, Charles Ricker, additional vocals) (2:07).
CD 1947
Songs of Irving Berlin
Cheek to cheek (performed by Fred Astaire) -- This year's kisses (Alice Faye) -- Alexander's Ragtime Band (Benny Goodman & his Orchestra) -- Slummin' on Park Avenue (Jimmy Lunceford & his Orchestra) -- I'm putting all my eggs in one basket (Louis Armstrong) -- Waiting at the end of the road (Ethel Waters) -- Isn't this a lovely day? (Ambrose & his Orchestra ; Jack Cooper, vocal) -- Shakin' the blues away (Ruth Etting) -- When I lost you (Bing Crosby) -- Always (Benny Goodman & his Orchestra) -- He ain't got rhythm (Billie Holiday) -- I've got my love to keep me warm (Art Tatum) -- Blue skies (Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra ; Frank Sinatra, vocal) -- I want to be in Dixie (The American Ragtime Octette) -- Let yourself go (Fred Astaire) -- How's chances? (Henry Hall & the BBC Dance Orchestra ; Don Donovan, vocal) -- Harlem on my mind (Ethel Waters) -- Russian lullaby (Bunny Berigan & his Orchestra) -- How deep is the ocean? (Bing Crosby) -- When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam' (Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra) -- Now it can be told (Al Bowlly).
CD 877
Songs. Selections
Cheek to cheek (performed by Fred Astaire) -- This year's kisses (Alice Faye) -- Alexander's Ragtime Band (Benny Goodman & his Orchestra) -- Slummin' on Park Avenue (Jimmy Lunceford & his Orchestra) -- I'm putting all my eggs in one basket (Louis Armstrong) -- Waiting at the end of the road (Ethel Waters) -- Isn't this a lovely day? (Ambrose & his Orchestra ; Jack Cooper, vocal) -- Shakin' the blues away (Ruth Etting) -- When I lost you (Bing Crosby) -- Always (Benny Goodman & his Orchestra) -- He ain't got rhythm (Billie Holiday) -- I've got my love to keep me warm (Art Tatum) -- Blue skies (Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra ; Frank Sinatra, vocal) -- I want to be in Dixie (The American Ragtime Octette) -- Let yourself go (Fred Astaire) -- How's chances? (Henry Hall & the BBC Dance Orchestra ; Don Donovan, vocal) -- Harlem on my mind (Ethel Waters) -- Russian lullaby (Bunny Berigan & his Orchestra) -- How deep is the ocean? (Bing Crosby) -- When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam' (Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra) -- Now it can be told (Al Bowlly).
CD 877
Songs. Selections
Let me sing and I'm happy (Al Jolson) (2:34) -- All alone (Connee Boswell) (2:54) -- Everybody step (Ella Fitzgerald) (2:42) -- God bless America (Kate Smith) (2:40) -- Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning (Irving Berlin) (3:14) -- White Christmas (Bing Crosby) (2:58) -- Blue skies (Bing Crosby) (3:25) -- Easter parade (Judy Garland and Fred Astaire) (2:36) -- Play a simple melody (Dinah Shore) (2:18) -- It's a lovely day tomorrow (Mary Martin) (2:48) -- Fools fall in love (Teddi King) (2:35) -- (You're not sick) you're just in love (Ethel Merman and Donald O'Connor) (3:04) -- Say it isn't so (Georgia Gibbs) (2:58) -- Puttin' on the Ritz (Fred Astaire) (2:49) -- Cheek to cheek (Fred Astaire) (5:39) -- What'll I do? (Johnny Mathis) (2:55) -- Let's face the music and dance (Mel Tormé) (2:15) -- Supper time (Eileen Farrell) (3:18) -- There's no business like show business (Ethel Merman) (3:08) -- Alexander's ragtime band (Max Morath) (2:46) -- Pack up your sins (and go to the Devil) (Dorothy Loudon) (2:30) -- Isn't this a lovely day? (Tony Bennett) (3:16) -- I'm putting all my eggs in one basket (Michael Feinstein) (2:16) -- I love a piano (Barbara Cook) (3:10).
CD 1849
Songs. Selections
The circus is coming to town (2:27) -- Araby (4:32) -- I've got a sweet tooth bothering me (2:17) -- Until I fell in love with you (1:41) -- Cohen owes me ninety seven dollars (2:48) -- When I leave the world behind (2:41) -- Down where the jack o'lanterns grow (2:44) -- Polly pretty Polly (Polly with a past) (2:18) -- The eyes of youth see the truth (3:26) -- The sterling silver moon (1:30) -- While the band played an American rag (2:38) -- The voice of Belgium (3:18) -- The devil has bought up all the coal (2:04) -- They were all out of step but Jim (2:26) -- Smile and show your dimple (2:11) -- Dream on little soldier boy (4:02) -- When I get back to the U.S.A. (Bradford Conner, additional vocals) (3:49) -- I'm gonna pin my medal on the girl I left behind (3:24) -- Yip-yip-Yaphank medley. Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning ; Kitchen police (poor little me) ; (I can always find a little sunshine) In the Y.M.C.A. ; Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning) (5:51) -- We're on our way to France (Bradford Conner, Elbert Oxley, Charles Ricker, additional vocals) (2:07).
CD 1947
Songs. Selections
Everybody's doing it now (2:26) -- That's how I love you (1:56) -- When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam' (2:57) -- Move over (1:57) -- Simple melody (3:49) -- At the devil's ball (first version) (1:28) -- At the devil's ball (final version) (1:27) -- The girl on the magazine (4:03) -- Piano solo : Alexander's Ragtime Band ; Alexander's Ragtime Band (song) (4:59) -- When it rains, sweetheart, when it rains (2:29) -- Settle down in a one horse town (2:43) -- Ragtime medley (4:12). Ragtime violin! ; That mysterious rag ; The international rag -- If all the girls I knew were like you (2:48) -- Stop! Look! Listen! (2:49) -- I want to go back to Michigan (Down on the farm) (2:53) -- That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune (2:57) -- Ragtime soldier man (3:23) -- The apple tree and the bumble bee (2:14) -- Spring and fall (2:00) -- I love a piano (4:27) -- They've got me doing it now (3:08).
CD 1949