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Artist: Various Artists
Title: It Feels Like Dorothy Fields Lyrics
Format: CD
Label: SOUNDS OF YESTERYEAR
Catalog Number:2212
Barcode:5019317022129 itemnumber=1000124825
Price: Pre-Order  $20.98  (All prices include domestic shipping.)
Genre: BIG BAND
Release Date: 11/20/2020
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Dorothy Fields was the greatest female lyricist of 20th Century American popular music. She was born in Allenhurst, New Jersey on July 15th 1904. Her father was the comedian, Lew Fields. Dorothy’s first collaborator was Jimmy McHugh with whom she she wrote songs for the Harlem night spot , “The Cotton Club”. In 1928 the all-Negro Broadway revue , “Blackbirds Of 1928”. Dorothy’s happy and successful partnership with Jimmy McHugh ended with the 1935 film, “The Nitwits”. For her next movie Dorothy teamed up with the great Jerome Kern, the father of American popular music. Unfortunately, Kern suffered a stroke on November 5th 1946 and died six days later. In 1945 Dorothy gained a new collaborator, Sigmund Romberg, with whom she wrote the words and music for “Up In Central Park”. Dorothy Fields life finished on March 28th 1974 in New York as a result of a stroke. Her most memorable lyric must be The Way You Look Tonight for the loveliness of its language and its logic.

Track Listing
 1. 
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love-Tommy Dorsey Orchestra

 2. 
I Must Have That Man-vocal: Billy Holiday with Teddy Wilson Orchestra

 3. 
Diga Diga Doo-Tex Beneke Orchestra

 4. 
On Th Sunny Side Of The Street-Tommy Dorsey Orchestra

 5. 
Blue Again-Glenn Miller’s Army Air Forces Band

 6. 
Don’t Blame Me-vocal: Leslie H. Hutchinson

 7. 
I Feel A Song Comin’ On-vocal: Frances Langford

 8. 
I’m In The Mood For Love-vocal: Mary Mayo with Tex Beneke and The Glenn Miller Orchestra

 9. 
I Dream Too Much/ The Jockey On The Carousel-Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra

10. 
Lovely To Look At-Tex Beneke Orchestra

11. 
I Won’t Dance (Revised Lyric)-Eddy Duchin Orchestra

12. 
Pick Yourself Up-vocal: Fred Astaire with Johnny Green Orchestra

13. 
The Way You Look Tonight-vocal: Dixie Lee Crosby & Bing Crosby

14. 
A Fine Romance-vocal: Frank Sinatra and Dorothy Kirsten with The Ziggy Elman Orchestra

15. 
Bojamgles Of Harlem-vocal: Fred Astaire with Johnny Green Orchestra

16. 
Never Gonna Damce-vocal: Fred Astaire with Johnny Green Orchestra

17. 
Stars In My Eyes-Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra

18. 
You Couldn’t Be Cuter-Lew Stone Band, vocal: Al Bowlly and Chorus

19. 
Just Let Me look At You-Lew Stone Band, vocal: Al Bowlly

20. 
Remind Me-vocal: Julie London with Orchestra

21. 
Carousel In The Park-vocals: Deanna Durbin, Dick Haymes and Chorus

22. 
When She Walks In The Room-vocal: Dick Haymes with Johnny Green Orchestra

23. 
Close As Pages In A Book-vocal: Deanna Durbin and Dick Haymes

24. 
My Love And My Mule-Tex Beneke Orchestra, vocal: Tex Beneke and The Crew Chiefs


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