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Evening With Dorothy Fields

Dorothy Fields

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カタログNo
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5167
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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Drg
オリジナル盤発売年
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1998
フォーマット
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CD
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Richard Leonard(Piano),  Maurice Levine(Producer),  Dorothy Fields(Composer),  Gary Stevens(Liner Notes),  ハーバート・ストサート(Composer),  Jerome Kern(Composer),  Jimmy McHugh(Composer),  Adrienne Angel,  Bob Gorman,  Bobbi Baird,  Cy Coleman,  Cy Coleman,  John Peck

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The lag of 26 years between this performance by lyricist Dorothy Fields at the Lyrics & Lyricists series at the 92 Street YMHA in New York and its release on record is practically criminal. Fields had a remarkable career, from her early hits like I Can't Give You Anything but Love in the late 1920s to the Broadway musical Seesaw in 1973 (a year after this performance was given), and she was a little less than two years from her death when she took the stage at the YMHA, accompanied by pianist Richard Leonard, and augmented by singers Bobbi Baird, Adrienne Angel, John Peck, and Bob Gorman. Though far from a professional singer herself, she held her own on songs for which her range was suited. As she warned early on, the 79-minute set was long on songs (35 of them, some treated only briefly) and short on analysis. She told the story of her career in affectionate anecdotes, favorably mentioning all 12 of her composer-collaborators without, for example, ever explaining why she switched from Jimmy McHugh to Jerome Kern in the '30s. The Broadway and Hollywood lore was punctuated with her remarkable body of work -- On the Sunny Side of the Street, (This Is) A Fine Romance, and The Way You Look Tonight, among many others. Her final collaborator, Cy Coleman, came up for a series of songs from Sweet Charity, including (Hey) Big Spender and If They Could See Me Now, as well as what would turn out to be a cut song from Seesaw, If There Were More People Like You. Fields' catalog is so rich that she was forced to shoehorn favorites like I Won't Dance and I'm in the Mood for Love into a set-closing medley; too bad the performance wasn't twice as long. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi

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  • 01. Introduction/I Feel a Song Coming On [From the 1935 Film Every Night at (04:55)
  • 02. Camp Paradox Song (06:05)
  • 03. I Can't Give You Anything but Love [Broadway 1928: Blackbirds of 1928] (03:15)
  • 04. On the Sunny Side of the Street [Broadway 1930: International Revue] (01:11)
  • 05. Blue Again [Broadway 1930: Vanderbilt Revue] (02:03)
  • 06. Cuban Love Song [From the 1931 Film Cuban Love Song] (01:54)
  • 07. Lovely to Look At [From the 1935 Film Roberta] (03:03)
  • 08. Remind Me [From the 1940 Film One Night in the Tropics] (03:51)
  • 09. Fine Romance [From the 1936 Film Swing Time] (01:18)
  • 10. Bojangles of Harlem [From the 1936 Film Swing Time] (01:27)
  • 11. Pick Yourself Up [From the 1936 Film Swing Time] (01:09)
  • 12. Way You Look Tonight [From the 1936 Film Swing Time] (03:07)
  • 13. April Fooled Me [Pop Song 1956] (02:16)
  • 14. Stars in My Eyes [From the 1936 Film The King Steps Out] (03:13)
  • 15. Close as Pages in a Book [Broadway 1945: Up in Central Park] (04:26)
  • 16. He Had Refinement (Broadway 1951: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn) (03:07)
  • 17. Medley 1: Look's Who's Dancing [Broadway 1951: a Tree Grows in Brookly]
  • 18. Medley 1: Love Is the Reason (Broadway 1951: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn)
  • 19. Medley 1: Make the Man Love Me [Broadway 1951: a Tree Grows in Brookly] (01:52)
  • 20. Medley 1: I'll Buy You a Star (Broadway 1951: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn) (03:02)
  • 21. Medley 1: The Uncle Sam Rag [Broadway 1959: Redhead] (05:11)
  • 22. Medley 1: I Love to Cry at Weddings [Broadway 1966: Sweet Charity] (01:53)
  • 23. Medley 1: Hey Big Spender [Broadway 1966: Sweet Charity] (01:55)
  • 24. Medley 1: Where Am I Going [Broadway 1966: Sweet Charity] (02:03)
  • 25. Medley 1: If They Could See Me Now [Broadway 1966: Sweet Charity] (01:30)
  • 26. Medley 1: If There Were More People Like You [Unused] (02:33)
  • 27. Medley 2: I Won't Dance [Film 1935: Roberta]
  • 28. Medley 2: Diga, Diga, Doo [Broadway 1928: Blackbirds of 1928]
  • 29. Medley 2: Look Who's in Love [Broadway 1959: Redhead]
  • 30. Medley 2: This Is It [Broadway 1939: Stars in Your Eyes]
  • 31. Medley 2: I'm in the Mood for Love [Film 1935: Every Night at Eight]
  • 32. Medley 2: Don't Blame Me [Show 1933: Clowns in Clover]
  • 33. Medley 2: I Dream Too Much [Film 1935: I Dream Too Much] (01:04)
  • 34. Medley 2: You Couldn't Be Cuter [Film 1938: Joy of Living]
  • 35. Exactly Like You [Broadway 1930: International Revue] (01:08)
  • 36. Up In Central Park
  • 37. Big Back Yard [Broadway 1945: Up in Central Park] (02:23)
  • 38. I Can't Give You Anything but Love (Reprise) (01:36)

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Dorothy Fields

Oscar-winning American pop lyricist Dorothy Fields was the first woman to be elected into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, in recognition of her long and successful career of hit songs, movie scores, and Broadway scores that spanned the late '20s through the early '70s. She was born on July 15, 1905, in Allenhurst, NJ, and grew up in a show business family: her father was Lew Fields, of the famed vau

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