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NoŽl Coward: off the record (NoŽl Coward Rarities) Steve Ross and Friends [CD and Digital Download!]
Composer: Coward, NoŽl
Lyricist: Coward, NoŽl
Ross, Steve

Price: $17.95

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OCR CD & DIGITAL


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Steve Ross' latest album is a fascinating collection of hitherto unrecorded songs by the gentleman rightly known as The Master - Sir NoŽl Coward.

The collection ranges from NoŽl's first published song The Baseball Rag in 1917 (he wrote the lyrics only) to the very last song he ever composed - What Has Happened To Charles? - which was written for but never used in 1963 Broadway production of High Spirits.

Interlaced among the twenty-two numbers on the CD are Mr. Rossí informative and witty comments about the songs and their sources.

The participating artists on the recording are Lisa Riegel, Jeanne Lehman-French and Edward Hibbert

Tracks:

1. Baseball Rag (music by Doris Doris 1917-1918) - Steve Ross
2. comment and introduction toÖ
3. Sentiment (music by Philip Braham) - Steve Ross
4. Spanish Grandee (written for London Calling 1923) - Jeanne Lehman
5. When We Were Girls Together (written for London Calling 1923) - Jeanne Lehman and Lisa Riegel
6. introduction toÖ
7. Morganatic Wife (written for Tamamran unproduced in early 1920s) - Jeanne Lehman and Steve Ross
8. comment and introduction toÖ
9. Meme Les Anges (written for the play Fallen Angels 1923) - Lisa Riegel
10. I'm So in Love (written for On With The Dance 1925) - Lisa Riegel and Steve Ross
11. One Fine Day (written for Nora Bayes 1924) - Jeanne Lehman and Steve Ross
12. What's To Become Of The Children? (written for White Birds 1927) - Steve Ross
13. It Doesn't Matter How Old You Are (written for This Year Of Grace 1928) - Steve Ross
14. We Are Living in A Changing World (1941) - Steve Ross
15. Why Do You Pass Me By? (music by Charles Trenet early 1940s) - Steve Ross
16. introduction toÖ
17. Heavenly Moment (written for Samolan Operette unproduced) in early 1940s) - Lisa Riegel and Steve Ross
18. We've Got The Country At The Corner Of The Street (written for Hoi Polloi unproduced 1949) - Edward Hibbert
19. Introduction toÖ
20. When The Journey's Over (written for Later Than Spring mid to late 1950s) - Steve Ross
21. Let's Be Sincere ((written for Later Than Spring mid to late 1950's) - Jeanne Lehman and Steve Ross
22. Always Be Kind To The Gentlemen (1940s) - Jeanne Lehman and Steve Ross
23. Just People (written for (not used) The Girl Who Came To Supper 1963) - Lisa Riegel and Steve Ross
24. What Has Happened To Charles? (written for (not used) High Spirits 1963) - Jeanne Lehman, Lisa Riegel and Steve Ross
25. comment and introduction toÖ
26. I Gave My Heart Away (late 1930s) - Jeanne Lehman
27. Je T'Aime (music by Oscar Strauss) - Jeanne Lehman, Lisa Riegel and Steve Ross
28. Intro to There Will Always Be
29. There Will Always Be (1940s) - Steve Ross


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