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Blue Skies - Various - The Song Is... Irving Berlin (CD)

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  1. One great Berlin song following another -- It was almost more than I hoped for, but knowing the performers and the writer of these songs, you get what you pay for. This is the best musical experience of Berlin's on cd I have ever heard. I recommend this to the most discriminating buyer who has maybe heard only a song or two/5(11).
  2. Berlin Irving Miscellaneous Blue Skies () I was blue, just as blue as I could be Ev'ry day was a cloudy day for me Then good luck came a-knocking at my door Skies were gray but they're not gray anymore Blue skies Smiling at me Nothing but blue skies Do I see Bluebirds Singing a song Nothing but bluebirds All day long Never saw the sun.
  3. Oct 17,  · “Blue Skies” was composed by Irving Berlin in It made its debut in the Rodgers and Hart musical Betsy. According to Philip Furia and Michael Lasser, the song was added at the last minute, and it was thanks to a panicky phone call from vaudevillian Belle Baker to Berlin, who complained that the score lacked a ‘Belle Baker song.’.
  4. Get Irving Berlin Blue Skies sheet music notes, chords. Transpose, print or convert, download Jazz PDF and learn to play Banjo score in minutes. SKU
  5. Blue Skies is a studio album of phonograph records by Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire released in featuring songs that were presented in the American musical film Blue Skies. Like Song Hits from Holiday Inn, the entire 78 rpm album would be composed of Irving Berlin songs written specifically for the film. This was the first release of one of Astaire's greatest songs, "Puttin' On the Ritz", on shellac .
  6. Irving Berlin's much-recorded song from takes a sultry and sophisticated turn with this dynamic, jazzy arrangement that includes optional rhythm, flugelhorn and flute. The song is a symbol of cheer of being in love. “Blue days, all of them gone. Nothing but blue skies from now on.” An .
  7. The song "Blue Skies" is featured in that series' premiere episode during a dream sequence involving Data and Captain Picard. The song receives a cover by lead actress Isa Briones for the 10th episode, depicting the final death of the fan-favorite character Data.
  8. Irving Berlin wrote more popular songs, show tunes and movie hits than anyone in Tin Pan Alley history. Enjoy his greatest hits here from the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Nina Simone and Fred Astaire. CD 1 1. Let s Face The Music And Dance ~ Fred Astaire 2. Always ~ Ella Fitzgerald /5(45).
  9. This CD sampler features a variety of vocalists singing the tunes of Irving Berlin. With the exception of a song apiece featuring Cassandra Wilson ("Blue Skies") and Shirley Horn .

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