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CDs with: Drake, Alfred

Alan Jay Lerner.
Almost like being in love (Robert Goulet and Sally Ann Howes) -- How could you believe me when I said I loved you when you know I've been a liar all my life / Burton Lane (Fred Astaire and Jane Powell) -- The heather on the hill (The Hi-Los) -- I could have danced all night (Julie Andrews) -- On the street where you live (Vic Damone) -- I remember it well (Maurice Chevalier and Hermione Gingold) -- Gigi. Gaston's soliloquy (Louis Jourdan) -- A toujours (Gogi Grant) -- How can I wait? (Julie Andrews) -- They call the wind Maria (John Raitt) -- Come to me, bend to me (Andy Williams) -- If ever I would leave you (Robert Goulet) -- How to handle a woman (Richard Burton) -- Here I'll stay / Kurt Weill (Felicia Sanders) -- I've grown accustomed to her face (Nat "King" Cole) -- Oh, come to the ball / Alan Jay Lerner [i.e. Frederick Loewe] (Alan Jay Lerner) -- What did I have that I don't have? / Burton Lane (Barbara Harris) -- Too late now / Burton Lane (Marilyn Maye) -- I'm glad I'm not young anymore (Alfred Drake) -- One more walk around the garden (Jackie and Roy) -- On a clear day / Burton Lane (Barbra Streisand).
CD 1858
Kiss me, Kate : original Broadway cast recording / [music and lyrics by Cole Porter].
Overture (2:42) -- Another op'nin', another show (1:43) -- Why can't you behave? (3:09) -- Wunderbar (3:35) -- So in love (3:34) -- We open in Venice (2:14) -- Tom, Dick or Harry (2:04) -- I've come to wive it wealthily in Padua (2:10) -- I hate men (2:20) -- Were thine that special face (4:09) -- Too darn hot (4:00) -- Where is the life that late I led? (4:20) -- Always true to you (in my fashion) (3:59) -- Bianca (2:06) -- So in love (reprise) (3:10) -- Brush up your Shakespeare (1:40) -- I am ashamed that women are so simple (1:53) -- Kiss me, Kate finale (:47) -- Kiss me, Kate overture (6:10).
CD 2727
Oscar Hammerstein II.
People will say we're in love (Alfred Drake and Joan Roberts) -- Soliloquy (John Raitt) -- Lover, come back to me (Billie Holiday) -- It might as well be spring (Margaret Whiting) -- It's a grand night for singing (Dick Haymes) -- Who? (Judy Garland) -- If I loved you (Jo Stafford) -- The gentleman is a dope (Lisa Kirk) -- Some enchanted evening (Ezio Pinza) -- I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair (Mary Martin) -- A kiss to build a dream on (Louis Armstrong and the All-Stars) -- No other love (Perry Como) -- Everybody's got a home but me (Judy Tyler) -- When I grow too old to dream (Teddi King) -- I've told every little star (David Allyn) -- I'm one of God's children (Judy Holliday) -- All in fun (Mabel Mercer) -- Love, look away (Marilyn Horne) -- Hello, young lovers (Barbara Cook) -- The folks who live on the hill (Mel TormeĢ) -- The sound of music (Julie Andrews).
CD 1855