Songs Of Richard Rodgers -With A Song In My Heart:: His 49 Finest 1925-1961: CD1-1925-1949 Rodgers & Hart *ReMastered Tracks

Tracks: 25, total time: 78:31, year: 1952, genre: Popular Music (Soundtrack)

Compilation, Restoration & ReMastering: Niombus Records / www.rettrospective-records.co.uk : 2013

S/N Time Song Title
1. 3:11 Ben Selvin & His Orchestra as “The Knickerbockers” / Manhattan* (from the review “Garrick Gaities” 1925): [No1 Record Hit]
2. 3:04 Frank Crumit with Jack Shilkret (piano) / Mountain Greenery* (from the review “Garrick Gaities” 1926)
3. 2:53 George Olsen & his Music: vocals: Fran Frey, Bob Barger, Larry Murphy / The Girl Friend* (from the musical comedy “The Girl Friend” 1926)
4. 3:25 Revelers (The) – Lewis James & Franklyn Baur (Tenors), Elliott Shaw & Ed Smalle (Baritone), Wilfred Glenn (Bass) / The Blue Room* (from the musical comedy “The Girl Friend” 1926)
5. 3:20 Jessie Mathews accompanied by “Hutch” (piano) / My Heart Stood Still* (from the review “One Dam’ Thing After Another” & the film “A Connecticut Yankee” 1927)
6. 3:30 Ben Selvin & His Orchestra vocalist Unknown / Thou Swell* (from the film “A Connecticut Yankee” 1927)
7. 2:55 Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra: Vocals: Bing Crosby, Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord & Austin Young / You Took Advantage Of Me* (from the musical comedy “Present Arms!” 1928)
8. 3:13 Leslie Hutchinson (Hutch) / With A Song In My Heart* (from the musical “Spring Is Here” 1929)
9. 3:16 Ruth Etting with Small Orchestra / Ten Cents A Dance* (from the musical “Simple Simon” 1930)
10. 3:32 Jeanette MacDonald with Nat W Finson & His Orchestra / Isn’t It Romantic* (from the musical comedy film “Love Me Tonight” 1932)
11. 3:42 Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra: Vocal: Jack Fulton / Lover* (from the musical comedy film “Love Me Tonight” 1932)
12. 3:10 Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra / You Are Beautiful* (from the musical comedy film “Hallelujah, I’m A Bum” 1933)
13. 3:16 Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra: vocal: Kenny Sargent / Blue Moon* (No1 Record Hit 1934)
14. 3:22 Bing Crosby with Georgie Stoll & his Orchestra: Backing Vocals: The Rhythmettes & Three Shades Of Blue / It’s Easy To Remember* (from the musical comedy film “Mississippi” 1935): [No1 Record Hit]
15. 3:19 Dinah Shore & Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & his Orchestra and Chorus / My Romance* (from the musical “Jumbo” 1935)
16. 3:06 Hal Kemp & his Orchestra: vocalist: Maxine Gray / There’s A Small Hotel* (from the musical “On Your Toes” 1936: [No1 Record Hit]
17. 2:46 Lena Horne with Lou Bring & his Orchestra / Where Or When* (from the musical “Babes In Arms” 1936)
18. 3:24 Mary Martin with Lehman Engeal & His Orchestra / My Funny Valentine* (from the musical “Babes In Arms” 1936)
19. 3:15 Wynn Murray with Ruby Newman and his Rainbow Room Orchestra / Johnny One Note* (from the musical “Babes In Arms” 1936)
20. 3:08 Sophie Tucker / Harry Sosnick & His Orchestra / The Lady Is A Tramp* (from the musical “Babes In Arms” 1936)
21. 2:17 Allan Joners with Charles Previn and his Orchestra / Falling In Love With Love* (from the musical “The Boys From Syracuse” 1938)
22. 2:53 Benny Goodman & His Orchestra: vocaist- Martha Tilton / This Can’t Be Love* (from the musical “The Boys From Syracuse” 1938)
23. 3:17 Margaret Whiting with Frank DeVol & His Orchestra / I Didn’t Know What Time It Was* (from the musical “Too Many Girls” 1939)
24. 2:46 Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl & His Orchestra & The Jeff Alexander Choir / I Could Write A Book* (from the musical “Pal Joey”1940)
25. 2:39 Doris Day with John Rarig & His Orchestra: Backing Vocals-The Mellomen / Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered* (from the musical “Pal Joey”1940)