8 thoughts on Easy To Remember - Fred Astaire - The Fred Astaire Collection (CD, Album)

  1. Mirisar   Voodooshicage
    Original four LP deluxe box set, limited edition of 1, copies, each hand-signed by Astaire and the artist David Stone Martin - 3 LP re-issue and misc CD re-issues located here: Fred Astaire - Oscar Peterson / Barney Kessel / Charlie Shavers / Flip Phillips / Ray Brown / Alvin Stoller - The Astaire .
  2. Vudoshura   Gojora
    Label: Curb Records - D • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening, Vocal Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire - A Couple Of Song And Dance Men - Best Of (, CD.
  3. Meztizragore   Shakticage
    This British three-CD set breaks down into two distinct parts: Fred Astaire 's first recordings and his last. The first disc brings together 19 recordings made for the British labels HMV and Columbia between and
  4. Togor   Tabar
    Jun 17,  · The Fred Astaire story drawn by Michel Conversin The full Fred Astaire playlist here: zbigoxsopassperreticomdurchmaldiscma.xyzinfo Get the Digital version on iTune.
  5. Kigajind   Mejar
    Dec 29,  · Fred Astaire Funny Face is the soundtrack to the film of the same name, with music by George Gershwin, from his Broadway musical Funny Face, and new songs composed by the film's producer Roger Edens.5/5(1).
  6. Arashijin   Mizilkree
    Jul 02,  · Movie: “Swing Time” (RKO), starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Victor Moore, and Helen Broderick. Audio from CD source, the original 78rpm single was issued on Brunswick - .
  7. Groktilar   Samugami
    Because he was world renowned as a dancer and quite popular as a movie actor, Fred Astaire has tended to be underrated (if not completely overlooked) as a jazz singer. Although not really an improviser, Astaire's phrasing always swung and his occasional vocals on record were usually a joy. This two-CD set is something special for it features Astaire with six members of Jazz at the Philharmonic.
  8. Doubar   Mazuramar
    In , jazz concert promoter and record company owner Norman Granz approached year-old Fred Astaire with a proposal that he re-record the highlights of his repertoire of classic movie songs backed by a small jazz band. Astaire agreed, and in December Granz assembled a group consisting of a rhythm section of Oscar Peterson on piano, Barney Kessel on guitar, Ray Brown on bass, and Alvin.

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