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Danny Kaye - Merry Andrew (Selections From The Soundtrack) download mp3 album

Danny Kaye  - Merry Andrew (Selections From The Soundtrack) download mp3 album
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Album:
Merry Andrew (Selections From The Soundtrack)
Style:
Soundtrack
Released:
1958
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1559 mb
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1705 mb
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1149 mb
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A1. –Danny Kaye (2). The Pipes Of Pan. Vocals – Danny Kaye (2). A2. Chin Up, Stout Fella. Vocals – Danny Kaye (2), Rex Evans, Robert Coote. A3. Everything Is Tickety Boo. A4.

Saul Chaplin, Johnny Mercer. 2. Chin Up, Stout Fellow. Saul Chaplin, Johnny Mercer. 3. Everything Is Ticketty-Boo. 4. You Can't Always Have What You Want. 5. The Square of the Hypotenuse. 7. Medley: Thunder and Blazes, Billboard March. Julius Fucik, John Lohr. feat: Big Top Circus Band.

Album was composed by Big Top Circus Band, Danny Kaye and was released on January 1, 1958. Soundtrack consists of 12 tracks tracks with duration over about 35 minutes. Furthermore, it's inexpensive.

Merry Andrew Original Soundtrack. Audio CD, Soundtrack, Original recording remastered, July 11, 2006.

Danny Kaye acted, sang and danced in almost 20 musicals between 1935 and 1969; this album contains remastered soundtracks from two of his more notable films. Kaye sings tunes by Sammy Cahn and Sylvia Fine in 1956's The Court Jester, a role which earned Kaye a Golden Globe nomination. Nelson's Riddle conducts Saul Chaplin's music for the 1958 movie Merry Andrew, featuring lyrics by Johnny Mercer. 48 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Jube Legends Studio Masters. This album is a digital transfer of material originating from an analogue recording

Danny Kaye Sings Selections from the Samuel Goldwyn Technicolor Production Hans Christian Andersen (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). The Court Jester (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Merry Andrew (Selections From the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).

Danny Kaye is accompanied by the beautiful Pier Angeli and the legitimate opera star Salvatore Baccaloni. Music by Saul Chaplin, arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Choreography by Michael Kidd. Filmed in CinemaScope by Robert Surtees. 4 years ago. Very nice video.