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Title You're the top [sound recording] : Cole Porter in the 1930s.

Publication Info. New York, NY : RCA Special Products, [1992]
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Description 3 sound discs (205 min.) : digital, mono., stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (108 pages : portraits).
Series Cole Porter centennial collection.
Note Songs chiefly from musicals.
Previously released material.
Compact discs.
Accompanying book published: Indianapolis : Indiana Historical Society, c1992. Contains historical and biographical information and program notes.
"Indiana Historical Society and Koch International Classics"--Container.
Contents Disc 1 (1930-1934). The New Yorkers (1930): I'm getting myself ready for you -- Where have you been? -- Let's fly away -- I happen to like New York -- Love for sale --Let's step out. Gay divorce (1932): After you, who? -- I've got you on my mind -- Mister and Missus Fitch -- Night and day -- How's your romance?. Nymph Errant (1933): Experiment -- The Cocotte -- Nymph Errant -- The physician -- How could we be wrong? -- Solomon -- It's bad for me.
Disc 2 (1934-1936). Anything goes (1934): Anything goes -- I get a kick out of you -- All through the night -- Blow, Gabriel, blow -- You're the top. Miscellaneous song (1934): Miss Otis regrets. Adios, Argentina (1934-35): Don't fence me in. Jubilee (1935): Begin the beguine -- When love comes your way -- Why shouldn't I? -- Just one of those things. Born to dance (1936): Easy to love -- Rap tap on wood -- I've got you under my skin -- Swingin' the Jinx away.
Disc 3 (1936-1939). Red, hot and blue! (1936): Ridin' high -- Down in the depths : on the 90th floor -- Ours -- It's de-lovely. Rosalie (1937 film): Rosalie -- In the still of the night -- I've a strange new rhythm in my heart. You never know (1938): At long last love. The sun never sets (1938): River god. Leave it to me (1938): My heart belongs to daddy -- Get out of town -- Most gentlemen don't like love. The man who came to dinner (1939): What am I to do?. Broadway melody of 1940 (Film): I've got my eyes on you -- Please don't monkey with Broadway -- I concentrate on you. Du Barry was a lady (1939): Friendship -- Do I love you? -- When love beckoned : on 52nd Street -- Katie went to Haiti -- Well, did you evah!.
Performer Various singers and orchestras.
Subject Porter, Cole, 1891-1964.
Musicals -- Excerpts -- Sound recordings.
Popular music -- Sound recordings.
Added Author Porter, Cole, 1891-1964.
Indiana Historical Society.
Koch International Classics (Firm)
Added Title Cole Porter in the 1930s.
ISBN 0871950898
Standard No. 9992371362
Music No. DMC1-1020 RCA Special Products
A-22701 Sony Music Special Products
A-22702 Sony Music Special Products
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