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Recordings on this album are from original piano rolls and were recorded on a Steinway Duo-Art Pianola Grand piano. Engineered by Don Person at the QRS Music Rolls Studio. Liner notes in English The lyrics are printed on inner sleeve, however the tracks are all solo pianola recordings, without vocals.
Broadway has always had a great ability to celebrate itself, actually, and that ability is showcased on the third volume of RCA's anthology series in songs about show business, starting with the title track (actually written for the movie musical Forty-Second Street, which then became a Broadway musical) and ending, inevitably, with "There's No Business Like Show Business. As with the other volumes in this series, the caveat is that these songs come from various sources including but not limited to original Broadway cast albums - concert versions, revivals, revues, etc. - but there isn't a performance here that isn't good, and the selection makes a powerful case for Broadway.
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Текст песни: Come on along and listen to, the lullaby of Broadway The hip hooray and ballyhoo, the lullaby of Broadway The rumble of a subway train, the rattle of the taxis The daffydils who entertain, at Angelo’s and Maxi’s. Come on along and listen to, the lullaby of Broadway The hip hooray and ballyhoo, the lullaby of Broadway The rumble of a subway train, the rattle of the taxis The daffydils who entertain, at Angelo’s and Maxi’s. Come on along and listen to, the lullaby of Broadway The hip hooray and ballyhoo, the lullaby of Broadway The rumble of a subway train, the rattle of the taxis The daffydils who entertain, at Angelo’s and Maxi’s When a Broadway baby says good night, it’s early in the morning Manhattan babies don’t sleep tight until the dawn: Good.
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See opinions and rankings about Lullaby of Broadway across various lists and topics. Lullaby of Broadway is a musical romantic comedy film released by Warner Bros. It starred Doris Day as Melinda Howard, an entertainer who travels to New York to see her mother, and Gene Nelson as Tom Farnham, a fellow entertainer and Melinda's love interest. Gladys George appears as Jessica Howard, Melinda's alcoholic mother, in addition to . Sakall, Billy De Wolfe, Florence Bates and Anne Triola. Songs from the film were released in an album of the same name.
Go behind the scenes of broadway’s hit musical. Behind the Emerald Curtain is an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at WICKED run by WICKED cast members. This event is great for die-hard Broadway fans and newcomers alike. Even if you haven’t seen WICKED, you’ll be fascinated by the details and complexities that go into a major Broadway production. Each event concludes with a Q+A session with cast members, where you will have the opportunity to find out more about WICKED specifically and show business in general.
|A1||–J. Lawrence Cook||Lullaby Of Broadway||2:12|
|A2||–Sid Laney||I Found A Million Dollar Baby||2:05|
|A3||–Max Kortlander||Dancing In The Dark||2:13|
|A4||–J. Lawrence Cook||You're The Cream In My Coffee||2:47|
|A5||–J. Lawrence Cook||Body And Soul||2:29|
|A6||–J. Lawrence Cook||Exactly Like You||1:46|
|A7||–J. Lawrence Cook||Broadway Melody||2:46|
|B1||–J. Lawrence Cook||Black Bottom||2:50|
|B2||–Harold Scott||Sleepy Time Gal||3:06|
|B3||–Frank Milne||It Had To Be You||2:16|
|B4||–Paul Jouard*||I'm Just Wild About Harry||2:25|
|B5||–Frank Milne||September Song||2:21|
|B6||–J. Lawrence Cook||Chinatown My Chinatown||1:53|
|B7||–Max Kortlander||San Francisco||2:36|
- Record Company – Meteor Music
- Licensed From – Biograph Records, Inc.
NotesA-1 Year: 1935. From the movie "Golddiggers of 1935"
A-2 Year: 1931. From the show "Crazy Quilt"
A-3 Year: 1931. From the show "The Bandwagon"
A-4 Year: 1928. From the show "Hold Everything"
A-5 Year: 1930. From the show "Three's a Crowd"
A-6 Year: 1930. From the show "Lew Leslie's International Revue"
A-7 Year: 1929. From the movie "Broadway Melody"
B-1 Year: 1926. From the show "George White Scandals"
B-2 Year: 1942. From the movie "Sleepy Time Gal"
B-3 Year: 1943. From the movie "Is Everybody Happy"
B-4 Year: 1921. From the show "Shuffle Along"
B-5 Year: 1938. From the show "Knockerbocker Holiday"
B-6 Year: 1910. From the show "Up And Down Broadway"
B-7 Year: 1936. From the movie "San Francisco"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (On back cover): 5 099882 530915
- Matrix / Runout (On A Side): MTLP1009A
- Matrix / Runout (On B Side): MTLP1009B