Why Do I Love You? - Helen Morgan, Frank Munn, Paul Robeson, Countess Albani*, James Melton, Victor Young - Here Comes The Showboat (Shellac, Album)

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  1. WHY DO I LOVE YOU? - Countess Olga Albani and Frank Munn 8. SHOW BOAT - FINALE - Victor Young and his Orchestra with "Show Boat" Chorus Columbia 78rpm Album C (Re-issue of original 78rpm Brunswick album) Recorded July, Digital transfer by F. Reeder Topics: Show Boat, Jerome Kern, Paul Robeson, Helen Morgan, Victor Young.
  2. Frank Morgan (also referred to as Gene Norman Presents Frank Morgan) is an album by saxophonist Frank Morgan with trumpeter Conte Candoli and Machito's Rhythm Section which was recorded in and released on the Gene Norman Presents label. The album would be Morgan's only release for 30 years until his comeback in
  3. Apr 05,  · Why Was I Born? from "Sweet Adeline" Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, Music by Jerome Kern Sung by Helen Morgan with orchestra conducted by Leonard Joy Recorded October 16, , New York Spending.
  4. The film explains the decline of Helen Morgan (Ann Blyth) into alcoholism as the result of unsuccessful romances, especially one with Larry Maddux (Newman), a two-bit bootlegger Larry is an almost one-dimensional and ultimately unbelievable character, but he does have qualities that are developed further in later Newman films: he is opportunistic, exploitative, smooth-talking, a man from the.
  5. Frank Morgan died on September 18, in Beverly Hills, California at age He was married to Alma Muller in and they had one child, George Morgan (who died in January ). Frank Morgan has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at Vine Street. Actor.
  6. The Helen Morgan Story, released in the UK as Both Ends of the Candle, is a American biographical film directed by Michael Curtiz starring Ann Blyth and Paul Newman.. The screenplay by Oscar Saul, Dean Riesner, Stephen Longstreet, and Nelson Gidding is based on the life and career of torch singer/actress Helen Morgan, with fictional touches liberally added for dramatic purposes.
  7. SHOW BOAT - Selections 1. OVERTURE - Victor Young and his Orchestra 2. OL' MAN RIVER - Paul Robeson 3. BILL - Helen Morgan 4. CAN'T HELP LOVIN' DAT MAN - Helen Morgan 5. YOU ARE LOVE - James Melton 6. MAKE-BELIEVE - James Melton 7. WHY DO I LOVE YOU? - Countess Olga Albani and Frank Munn 8.
  8. Although all eight selections on this CD have been played many times before (the only song not a boppish warhorse is John Lewis' "Milano"), altoist Frank Morgan makes each of the pieces sound fresh. As producer John Snyder is quoted in the liner notes, this is bop without cliches. Morgan, who is assisted by pianist Rodney Kendrick, drummer Leroy Williams and either Curtis Lundy or Ray Drummond.
  9. Helen Morgan, Frank Munn, Paul Robeson, Countess Albani, James Melton, Victor Young - Here Comes The Showboat - tiatinanobusvobespawiniverba.coinfo Music5/5(1).
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