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Betty Grable Pin-Up Girl [2-CD] (2-CD)

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Format:  CD  (2 Discs)
item number:  ZJAS 1034
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CD Details

  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Released: April 1, 1997
  • Originally Released: 2014
  • Label: Jasmine Records UK

Tracks on Disc 1:

  • 1.Cowboy Number [From Whoopee] - Goldwyn Girls & Male Chorus, Betty Grable
  • 2.Snake Dance [From Student Tour] - Betty Grable, Boris Morros, Phil Regan & Orchestra
  • 3.Let's K-Nock K-Nees - Betty Grable, Edward Everett Horton Orchestra, Max Steiner
  • 4.Music in My Heart [From the Nitwits] - Betty Grable, Roy Webb, Bert Wheeler
  • 5.Boys Will Be Boys [From Old Man Rhythm] - Betty Grable, Roy Webb
  • 6.What Goes on Here in My Heart? - Betty Grable, Boris Morros, Jack Whiting
  • 7.Down Argentine Way [From Down Argentine Way] - Don Ameche, Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 8.Two Dreams Met - Don Ameche, Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 9.Hawaii-A [From Tin Pan Alley] - Alice Faye, Betty Grable
  • 10.Sheik of Araby - Alice Faye, Billy Gilbert Orchestra, Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 11.You Started Something [From Moon Over Miami] - Robert Cummings, Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 12.Loveliness and Love [From "Moon Over Miami"] - Don Ameche, Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 13.Kindergarten Conger - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 14.Hi Ya Love [From a Yank in the R.A.F.] - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 15.Another Little Dream Wouldn't Do Us Any Harm [From a Yank in the ...] - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 16.Are You Kidding? [From Footlight Serenade] - Betty Grable, Charles Henderson
  • 17.I'm Still Crazy for You [From Footlight Serenade] - Betty Grable, Charles Henderson, John Payne
  • 18.I Heard the Birdies Sing [From Footlight Serenade] - Betty Grable, Charles Henderson
  • 19.Sing Me a Song of the Islands [From Song of the Islands] - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman, Harry Owens & His Royal Hawaiian & Orch.
  • 20.Down on Ami Ami Oni Oni Isle - Betty Grable, Hilo Hattie, Alfred Newman, Harry Owens & His Royal Hawaiian & Orch.
  • 21.O'Brien Has Gone Hawaiian - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman, Harry Owens & His Royal Hawaiian & Orch.
  • 22.Run Little Raindrop Run [From Springtime in the Rockies] - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 23.Pan American Jubilee [From Springtime in the Rockies] - Betty Grable, Harry James & His Orchestra, John Payne
  • 24.Cuddle Up a Little Closer [From Coney Island] - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 25.Pretty Baby [From Coney Island] - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman, Chorus
  • 26.Miss Lulu from Louisville [From Coney Island] - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman, Chorus

Tracks on Disc 2:

  • 1.Take It from There [From Coney Island] - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman, Chorus
  • 2.Beautiful Coney Island [From Coney Island] - Betty Grable, Harmonica Group, George "Daddy Hotcakes" Montgomery
  • 3.There's Danger in a Dance [From Coney Island] - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman, Chorus
  • 4.Waiting at the Church [From Sweet Rosie O'Grady] - Betty Grable, Chorus
  • 5.My Heart Tells Me [From Sweet Rosie O'Grady] - Betty Grable
  • 6.Sweet Rosie O'Grady [From Sweet Rosie O'Grady] - Betty Grable, Chorus
  • 7.Going to the Country Fair - Betty Grable, Alfred Newman
  • 8.You're My Little Pin-Up Girl [From Pin-Up Girl] - Betty Grable, Emil Newman, Charlie Spivak & His Orchestra, Chorus
  • 9.Don't Carry Tales Out of School [From Pin-Up Girl] - Betty Grable, Emil Newman, Charlie Spivak & His Orchestra, Chorus
  • 10.Once Too Often [From Pin-Up Girl] - Betty Grable, Emil Newman, Charlie Spivak & His Orchestra
  • 11.Song of the Very Merry Widow [From Pin-Up Girl] - Betty Grable, Chorus
  • 12.Welcome to the Diamond Horseshoe [From Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe] - Betty Grable, Chorus
  • 13.In Acapulco [From Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe] - Betty Grable, Chorus
  • 14.Medley: Play Me an Old-Fashioned Melody / A Nickel's Worth of ... - William Gaxton, Betty Grable, Beatrice Kay, Chorus
  • 15.I Wish I Knew [From Diamond Horseshoe] - Betty Grable
  • 16.Cooking Up a Show / The More I See You - William Gaxton, Betty Grable, Dick Haymes Orchestra, Beatrice Kay, Alfred Newman, Chorus
  • 17.Vamp [From The Dolly Sisters] - Betty Grable, June Haver, Alfred Newman
  • 18.We Have Been Around / Carolina in the Morning [From The Dolly Sisters] - Betty Grable, June Haver, Alfred Newman
  • 19.Powder, Lipstick and Rough [From The Dolly Sisters] - Betty Grable, June Haver, Alfred Newman
  • 20.I'm Always Chasing Rainbows [From The Dolly Sisters] - Betty Grable, John Payne, Alfred Newman
  • 21.Darktown Strutters' Ball [From The Dolly Sisters] - Betty Grable, June Haver, Alfred Newman, Chorus
  • 22.I Can't Begin to Tell You [From The Dolly Sisters] - Betty Grable, June Haver, John Payne, Alfred Newman, Chorus

Product Description:

Personnel: Carmen Miranda (vocals).
Editor: Geoff Milne .
Unknown Contributor Roles: June Haver; Dick Haymes; William Gaxton; Hilo Hattie; John Payne ; Alice Faye.
This 48-track, two-hour-and-seven-minute double-CD set presents soundtrack recordings from 19 films featuring Betty Grable that were released between 1930 (when she was 13) and 1945. Grable didn't really become a major star until her appearance in Down Argentine Way in 1940, and that film and its successors over the next five years take up 42 of the performances here. Grable was an adequate singer (that she did not have a parallel career as a recording artist has more to do with studio discouragement than talent), and her film vehicles contained songs by such Hollywood professionals as the teams of Harry Warren and Mack Gordon, and Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin, though she also gets the chance to sing the works of Walter Donaldson and Gus Kahn, and Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields, among others, here and there. She also sang a few established standards, such as "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" and "Carolina In the Morning," though she introduced very few, notably "The More I See You," with Dick Haymes, and "I Can't Begin to Tell You," the only song she recorded for a hit, with her husband Harry James (not the version heard here). This album is thorough, well-programmed, and well-annotated. The only complaints about it can be the limited sound quality on the early tracks and the cut-off: Grable made movies for another ten years after The Dolly Sisters, the last music heard on this album. (Particularly missed are the Gershwin songs from 1947's The Shocking Miss Pilgrim.) ~ William Ruhlmann
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Product Info

  • Sales Rank: 50,649
  • UPC: 604988010329
  • Shipping Weight: 0.29/lbs (approx)
  • International Shipping: 2 items

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