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Fred Astaire: Songs From the Movies 1930s & 40s
Fred Astaire: Songs From the Movies 1930s & 40s
Fred Astaire: Songs From the Movies 1930s & 40s

Fred Astaire: Songs From the Movies 1930s & 40s

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Galleon Product ID 21904549
Shipping Weight 0.18 lbs
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Shipping Dimension 5.55 x 4.96 x 0.55 inches
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Format Import
Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Release Date 2008-02-26

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Fred Astaire: Songs From the Movies 1930s & 40s Features

  • Fred was born Frederick Austerlitz in Omaha, Nebraska on 10th May 1899. His sister Adele was the older of the two (born 18th September 1896). Both displayed a notable talent for performing, and in 1906, after training in New York, they made their debut in Keyport.

  • The Astaires came to London to repeat their Broadway success in 'For Goodness Sake' renamed 'Stop Flirting' for British audiences. A year later, their first Gershwin musical 'Lady Be Good' enjoyed huge success as did the follow up 'Funny Face'.

  • In 1930 Fred Astaire's path first crossed that of Ginger Rogers. When the producers were having difficulty with Ginger's number 'Embraceable You' in the show 'Girl Crazy' they called on Fred to stage it.

  • Fred Astaire was in London when the film 'Flying Down To Rio' opened in America. Despite their lowly billing, it was the team of Astaire and Rogers that had the critics reaching for their superlatives and the picturegoers buying tickets.

  • Fred Astaire's film musicals are amongst the finest films of all. Their songs are amongst the best ever written. No-one has yet sung them with the style and elegance of their first interpreter - Fred Astaire.

About Fred Astaire: Songs From The Movies 1930s & 40s

This CD features 25 wonderful songs from Fred Astaire's greatest movies. Astaire was not merely the greatest dancer the screen has ever seen, he also introduced more great classic songs than any other performer. From 'Top Hat' by Irving BerlinNo Strings Isn't It A Lovely Day? Top Hat, White Tie & Tails Cheek To Cheek The PiccolinoFrom 'Follow The Fleet' by Irving Berlin We Saw The Sea Let Yourself Go I'd Rather Lead A Band I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket Let's Face The Music And DanceFrom 'Swing Time' by Fields & Kern Pick Yourself Up The Way You Look Tonight A Fine Romance Bojangles Of Harlem Never Gonna DanceFrom 'Shall We Dance' by George & Ira Gershwin Beginner's Luck Slap That Bass Let's Call The Whole thing Off They Can't take That Away From Me Shall We Dance?From 'A Damsel In Distress' by George & Ira Gershwin I Can't Be Bothered Now Things Are looking Up A Foggy Day Nice Work If You Can Get It They All Laughed


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