Lets Face The Music And Dance - Fred Astaire - Fred Astaire (CD, Album)

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Betty Hutton — Olga San Juan — Gene Kelly — Claire Luce — Ann Miller — George Murphy — Janis Paige Hermes Pan — Fred Astaire. A Fine Romance. A Foggy Day. Change Partners. I'm Old Fashioned. Flying Down to Rio. Let Yourself Go. Fascinating Rhythm. They All Laughed. Pick Yourself Up. Isn't This a Lovely Day? Top reviews from United Kingdom. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Would not recommend this. Verified Purchase. Very old recording, Ive heard a lot better.

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Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. Joel Whitburn's Pop Memories Retrieved 12 January Irving Berlin. Add Comment. A Fine Romance 2. A Needle in a Haystack 3. Bojangles of Harlem 4.

Change Partners 5. Cheek to Cheek 6. Flying Down to Rio 7. I Can't Be Bothered Now 8. I Used to Be Color-Blind 9. I Won't Dance I'd Rather Lead a Band

"Let's Face the Music and Dance" is a song written in by Irving Berlin for the film Follow the Fleet, where it was introduced by Fred Astaire and featur.

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  1. Let's Face the Music & Dance is a wonderful way to introduce the vocal talents of Fred Astaire to those who've never heard his performances. It contains many of the songs that we immediately associate with Fred Astaire, such as "Cheek to Cheek," "A Foggy Day," and "Change Partners" -- songs he introduced in his musical films/5(17).
  2. Aug 18,  · Let's Face the Music & Dance is a wonderful way to introduce the vocal talents of Fred Astaire to those who've never heard his performances. It contains many of the songs that we immediately associate with Fred Astaire, such as "Cheek to Cheek," "A Foggy Day," and "Change Partners" -- songs he introduced in his musical films/5(17).
  3. Let's Face the Music & Dance is a wonderful way to introduce the vocal talents of Fred Astaire to those who've never heard his performances. It contains many of the songs that we immediately associate with Fred Astaire, such as "Cheek to Cheek," "A Foggy Day," and "Change Partners" -- songs he introduced in his musical films/5(18).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Let's Face the Music & Dance [Fat Boy] - Fred Astaire on AllMusic -
  5. Jun 04,  · A Fred Astaire album is a terrible oxymoron. Though he sings on the entire album, Let's Face the Music lacks the skills that made Fred Astaire a star. His music is a paradox: he was a famous singer who was a world-wide smash because he happened to sing while he dances. Astaire could have popularized anything if he had done it while dancing.
  6. A two-page essay within ASV's LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE is primarily an admiration of the Ginger Rogers/Fred Astaire film canon. The CD itself is sectioned by composer. AAD transfers of motion picture soundtracks are generally decent. Some reveal a /5(5).
  7. "Let's Face the Music and Dance" is a song written in by Irving Berlin for the film Follow the Fleet, where it was introduced by Fred Astaire and featured in a celebrated dance duet with Astaire and Ginger scorenabmespocapp.reidrexlicilimalindisctextdersticon.co is also used in Pennies from Heaven, where Astaire's voice is lip-synched by Steve Martin, and in a celebrated Morecambe and Wise sketch involving newsreader Angela Rippon.

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