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You Do Something To Me - Various - Cole Porters Can-Can: Original Soundtrack Album

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  1. Dec 09,  · You Do Something to Me Conal Fowkes 9 I Love Penny Sue Daniel May 10 (Original Soundtrack Recording) Various Artists Cole Porter from Rare Piano Rolls Cole Porter Julie & Julia (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Alexandre Desplat .
  2. Midnight in Paris () SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more.
  3. "All Through the Night" is a popular song written by Cole Porter for his musical Anything Goes. The melody's distinguishing characteristic is a descending chromatic scale, starting on the third, interrupted by an octave leap after four bars. It was introduced by William Gaxton and Betina Hume.
  4. Cole Porter - Listen to Cole Porter on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favorite tracks with your friends. You Do Something To Me. Cole Porter. The Essential Cole Porter CD 1. Night and Day. Esquivel & His Orchestra. At Long Last.
  5. Cole Albert Porter (June 9, – October 15, ) was an American composer and songwriter. Many of his songs became standards noted for their witty, urbane lyrics, and many of his scores found success on Broadway and in film.. Born to a wealthy family in Indiana, Porter defied his grandfather's wishes and took up music as a country.kelelacemetgogore.infoinfocally trained, he was drawn to musical theatre.
  6. Symbol in runout resembles the outline of a house. 3rd pressing indicated by 2 tracks above the spindle hole. 2nd pressing has one track above spindle Cole Porter's Can-Can: Original Soundtrack Album. 1st pressing has all tracks below spindle Cole Porter's Can-Can: Original Soundtrack Album/5(9).
  7. Dec 09,  · Actor Yves Heck played Porter in the film, so Fowkes also covers “You’ve Got That Thing” and “You Do Something To Me”—also apt recreations of the originals. But the brightest gems here are the original recordings in their scratchy, hissing fidelity. Josephine Baker’s “La conga blicoti” is a welcome time portal.

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