Sammy Fain in Movie Soundtracks from Music Masters LPs now 2 CDRs

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The Classic Movie Musicals of Sammy Fain
Note: All Music Composed by Sammy Fain; lyricists as indicated. Selections are derived from film soundtracks or original cast recordings, except for the two numbers sung by the composer.

1. Overture: Medley from Alice in Wonderland (“Alice in Wonderland” – “I’m Late” – “In A World Of Me Own” – “All In The Golden Afternoon” – arranged by Hugo Winterhalter – from Alice in Wonderland – 1951 – Boston Pops Orchestra cond. Arthur Fiedler
2. You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me (Music by Sammy Fain & Pierre Norman) – from The Big Pond – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1930 – Maurice Chevalier – Orchestra/ Leonard Joy
3. Satan’s Holiday – from Follow the Leader – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1930 – Ethel Merman-Orchestra/Frank Tours
4. When I Take My Sugar To Tea (Music by Sammy Fain and Pierre Norman) – from Monkey Business – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1931 – Sammy Fain-Orchestra/Van Alexander
5. By A Waterfall – from Footlight Parade – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1933 – Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler and Chorus; Orch./Ray Heindorf
6. Lonely Lane – from College Coach – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1933 – Dick Powell; with Orchestra

(side two)
7. Spin A Little Web of Dreams – from Fashions of 1934 – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1934 – Veree Teasdale and Orchestra
8. Beauty Must Be Loved – from Happiness Ahead – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1934 – Dick Powell; with Orchestra
9. (a) How Do I Know It’s Sunday? (b) Collegiate Wedding – from Harold Teen – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1934 – Chick Chandler, Rochelle Hudson, and Chorus
10. Now I’m a Lady – from Goin’ to Town – lyrics by Irving Kahal and Sam Coslow – 1935 – Mae West-Orchestra/George Stoll
11. Ev’ry Day – from Sweet Music – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1935 – Sammy Fain; Orchestra/Van Alexander
12. I See Two Lovers – from Sweet Music – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1935 – Helen Morgan
13. Good Green Acres Of Home – from Sweet Music – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1935 – Rudy Vallee and Chorus
14. Winter Overnight – from Sweet Music – lyrics by Irving Kahal – 1935 – Helen Morgan/Leonard Joy

Side 3
1. That Old Feeling (Academy Award Nomination) – Walter Wader’s Vogues of 1938 – lyrics by Lew Brown – 1937 – Dorothy McNulty (Penny Singleton) Orch/Victor Young
2. In Times Like These – from Meet The People – lyrics by Ralph Freed & E.Y. Harburg – 1944 – Dick Powell/Orch./Lennie Hayton
3. I Wake Up In The Morning – from George White’s Scandals of 1945 – lyrics by Jack Yellen – 1945 – Joan Davis & Jack Haley/Orchestra cond. By Constantin Bakaleinikoff
4. Please Don’t Say “No” – from Thrill of a Romance – lyrics by Ralph Freed – 1945 – Lauritz Melchior
5. All The Time – from No Leave, No Love – lyrics by Ralph Freed – 1946 – Pat Kirckwood
6. ‘S No Wonder They Fall In Love – from This Time For Keeps! – lyrics by Ralph Freed – 1947 – Johnnie Johnston, Esther Williams, & Sharon McManus
7. (a) Like He’s Never Been Loved Before – from Call Me Mister – lyrics by Mack Gordon – 1951 – Betty Grable & Dan Dailey/Orchestra conducted by Alfred Newman
(b) I Just Can’t Do Enough For You, Baby – from Call Me Mister – lyrics by Mack Gordon – 1951 – Betty Grable & Dan Dailey/Orchestra conducted by Alfred Newman
8. (a) Second Star To The Right – from Peter Pan – lyrics by Sammy Cahn – 1953 – Kathryn Beaumont and Chorus
(b) The Elegant Captain Hook – from Peter Pan – lyrics by Sammy Cahn – 1953 – Hans Conried and Men – Orchestra conducted by Oliver Wallace
9. You Can Fly – from Peter Pan – lyrics by Sammy Cahn – 1953 – Bobby Driscoll, Bill Thompson, Candy Candido and Chorus/Orchestra/Oliver Wallace

Side Four
10. Prelude & Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away) – from Calamity Jane – lyrics by Paul Francis Webster – 1953 – Doris Day and Chorus
11. Higher Than A Hawk – from Calamity Jane – lyrics by Paul Francis Webster – 1953 – Howard Keel
12. A Woman’s Touch – from Calamity Jane – lyrics by Paul Francis Webster – 1953 – Allyn McLerie and Doris Day
13. Secret Love (Academy Award Winner) – from Calamity Jane – lyrics by Paul Francis Webster – 1953 – Doris Day
14. High Hopes – from Lucky Me – lyrics by Paul Francis Webster – 1954 – Phil Silvers, Doris Day, Nancy Walker & Eddie Foy Jr.
15. Love Is A Many – Splendored Thing (Academy Award Winner) – from Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing – lyrics by Paul Drancis webster – 1955 – The Four Aces
16. A Very Precious Love (Academy Award Nomination) – From Marjorie Morningstar – lyrics by Paul Francis Webster – 1958 – Gene Kelly
17. A Certain Smile (Academy Award Nomination) – from A Certain Smile – lyrics by Paul Francis Webster – 1958 – Johnny Mathis; Orchestra. Ray Ellis (orchestra reprise conducted by Alfred Newman)
Bands 10-11-12-13-14 and 16 conducted by Ray Heindorf

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