Porter se pojavljuje i kao lik u filmu 2011. In 1954, his wife died. A version by was released as a single in 1965. Tenor saxophonist and flautist performed. The show was written not long after the riding accident that left Porter semi-crippled, and is considered one of the flops he wrote before his return to prominence with. U slučajevima gdje je kazališni mjuzikl ekraniziran navodi se godina kazališne predstave. This album inaugurated Fitzgerald's Song Book series, each of the eight albums in the series focusing on a different composer of the canon known as the.
He was working there when started. The musical, which premiered on in 1928, was Porter's first Broadway hit. He became very successful with his musicals and songs. Archived from on September 18, 2014. Recorded between February 7 and March 27 of the same year for , her first version was released on. Archived from on October 17, 2014. Cole Porter, A Biography 1979.
Iako je stekao klasično muzičko obrazovanje, specijalizirao se za. It was first performed by in March 1929. The in late 1936 and early 1937 included versions by , , , and. The show was also noticed in New York, and the critics praised 's performance of the song. His shows of the early 1940s did not contain the lasting hits of his best work of the 1920s and '30s, but in 1948 he made a triumphant comeback with his most successful musical,. The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. Prvi je bio , snimljen 1946.
A version by done in a style, from his 1976 album , was released as the album's third single in 1977. He had a musical on Broadway in 1916, but it did not do well. He had control over the family. He kept working and in 1948 he wrote a very popular musical called. The song is included on the. Porter was not doing very well with his music so he went to ,.
Porter was married to 1883-1954 from 1919 until her death. Musical Comedy in America, Psychology Press, 1981, , p. It was Crosby's 21st gold record. The trick was to change the backing enough so that, here and there, there would be signs of jazz. Porter went to in 1913 for a year. He died of in 1964 in.
In 1960 it was also included in the film version of Cole Porter's. The song was later used in the musical , first appearing in the when it was sung by and and then in the 1962 revival where it was sung by and. He also wrote music for movies. His recording of the song with the orchestra was a No. It was Crosby's 21st gold record.
The song was Bennett's 15th entry on the Jazz Digital Songs chart, and his third number-one single. The musical was based on the play Clear All Wires by the Spewacks, which was performed on Broadway for 93 performances in 1932, and which was filmed in 1933, starring , , and. Burrows re-wrote most of the book. A 1983 re-issue reached No. His mother, Kate, was very supportive. Fitzgerald's manager, and the producer of many of her albums, , visited at the , and played him this entire album.
The Crosby—Kelly version, accompanied by 's studio orchestra using a romantic arrangement by , was a hit single, peaking No. Archived from on August 1, 2014. The recording was released on , also known as Strike Up the Band. The song is performed with a number of synchronized dancers in a large number set in a night club circa 1935. He threw lots of parties and had an exciting social life in the 1920s and 1930s. One couplet refers to 's box-office failure starring , whose English was said to be incomprehensible to all except Goldwyn Goldwyn was from Poland and Sten. Hildegard Knef original German spelling gave a vivid backstage account of the casting, rehearsals, tryouts and Broadway opening of Silk Stockings in her autobiography The Gift Horse: Report on a Life McGraw Hill, 1971 pages 281 through 342.