Everybody Sing: Great Songs from the Hollywood Musicals -Audio CD
When the silver screen learned to talk, it learned to sing as well. In 1927 the part-talkie 'The Jazz Singer' made its appearance and, through its success, saved the Warner Bros. studio from bankruptcy.
Soon every star on every film lot was dragooned into performing in elephantine film reviews whether they had any talent for it or not. Luckily, all the performers we feature here were renowned for their performing talents.
Track List: Track Listing
Judy Garland - Everybody Sing
Tony Martin - If It's You
Carmen Miranda - When I Love, I Love
Fred Astaire - Bojangles Of Harlem
Mary Martin - Ain't It A Shame About Mame?
Eddie Cantor - When My Ship Comes In
Mae West - I'm No Angel
Mickey Rooney - Treat Me Rough
Ginger Rogers - Let Yourself Go
Dick Powell - With Plenty Of Money And You
Frances Langford - Easy To Love
Bob Hope & Shirley Ross - Two Sleepy People
Connie Boswell - Sand In My Shoes
Paul Robeson - Ol' Man River
Alice Faye - Never In A Million Years
Bing Crosby - Sweet Little Headache
Dorothy Lamour - The Moon Of Manakoora
Al Jolson - You Are Too Beautiful
Deanna Durbin - It's Raining Sunbeams
Frank Sinatra - A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening