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Alone with Cole Porter & others:

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The Songs

1    LET’S FLY AWAY - 3:45
Cole Porter, with additional lyrics by Noel Coward
sung by Charles King and Hope Williams in musical “The New Yorkers” – 1930
2    DOWN IN THE DEPTHS (On the Ninetieth Floor) - 3:10
Cole Porter
introduced by Ethel Merman in musical “Red, Hot And Blue” – 1936
3    CHARLES YARDBIRD PARKER WAS HIS NAME/YARDBIRD SUITE - 2:11
Bob Dorough-Charlie Parker / Charlie Parker
Parker’s lyric sometimes known as “What Price Love?” – 1946
4    Medley: AS TIME GOES BY / PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM / I KEEP GOING BACK TO JOE’S - 5:37
Herman Hupfeld / Hal Hackaday-Larry Grossman / Jack Segal-Marvin Fisher – 1931, `69, `61
1) introduced by Frances Williams on B’way in “Everybody’s Welcome,” then popularized on radio by Rudy Valiee. 2) theme song for the Woody Allen play. 3) Introduced by Nat “King” Cole.
5     ACE IN THE HOLE - 3:00
Cole Porter
sung by Mary Jane Walsh, Sunny O’Dea, Nannette Fabray in musical “Let’s Face It” – 1941
6    (Love’s Got Me in a) LAZY MOOD - 4:12
Johnny Mercer
introduced by Matt Dennis – 1947
7    YOU’RE NOT THE KIND - 2:31
Irving Mills - Will Hudson
introduced by Fats Waller – 1936
8    SOCIAL CALL - 2:57
Jon Hendricks - Qusim Basheer
introduced by Ernestine Anderson with Gigi Gryce’s Band. – 1955
9    (A) PICTURE OF ME WITHOUT YOU - 3:10
Cole Porter
sung by June Knight and Charles Walters in musical “Jubilee” – 1935
10 PICTURE ME WITHOUT YOU - 1:47
Ted Koehler - Jimmy McHugh
introduced by Shirley Temple in film “Dimples” – 1936
11 (The) LADY’S IN LOVE WITH YOU - 2:00
Frank Loesser - Burton Lane
introduced by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross, with Gene Krupa’s band, in film “Some Like It Hot” – 1939
12 SOLOMON - 2:47
Cole Porter
sung by Elizabeth Welch in musical “Nymph Errant” – 1933
13 HOT HOUSE ROSE - 3:29
Cole Porter
written and “auditioned” for, but never performed by Fanny Brice – 1927
14 PLEASE DON’T MONKEY WITH BROADWAY - 2:21
Cole Porter
introduced by Fred Astaire and George Murphy in film “Broadway Melody of 1940”
15 NOBODY’S USING IT NOW - 3:36
Clifford Grey - Victor Schertzinger
introduced by Maurice Chevalier in film “Love Parade” – 1929
16 LYDIA, THE TATTOOED LADY - 3:40
E.Y. “Yip” Harburg - Harold Arlen
introduced by Groucho Marx in film “At the Circus” – 1939
17 LOOKING AT YOU - 3:08
Cole Porter
introduced by Clifton Webb & Dorothy Dickson with Noble Sissle’s Orchestra in London then was a part of the musical “Wake Up And Dream” – 1930
18 JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS - 3:40
Cole Porter
introduced by June Knight and Charles Walters in musical “Jubilee” – 1935
19 HELLO, MY LOVER, GOODBYE - 1:53
Edward Heyman - Johnny Green
introduced by Frances Longford in her only B’way appearance in “Here Comes The Bride” – 1931
Most above notes from Robert “Lissauer’s Encyclopedia of Popular Music In America.”
Lyricists listed before composers as in “Words & Music by…” All selections ASCAP except 3 & 4(b) - BMI.

 

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