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8 Replies to “ Isnt This A Lovely Day - Fred Astaire - Fred Astaire Sings & Swings Irving Berlin (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. This is a complete list of the songs introduced by Fred Astaire beginning with his first Broadway show Over the Top in (his childhood and teenage period in vaudeville is not covered). Those who co-introduced a song with him are indicated in the co-singer column.
  2. Back to "You Were Never Lovelier:" Irving Berlin said that when he wrote songs he heard Fred Astaire singing them, which is something we should remember: Astaire was not only a great dancer, but a great song stylist who introduced a big chunk of the Great American Song Book.
  3. Fred Astaire - The Irving Berlin Songbook Album Lyrics; 1. I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket Lyrics: 2. You're Easy To Dance With Lyrics: 3. No Strings Lyrics: 4. Change Partners Lyrics: 5. Isn't This A Lovely Day Lyrics: 6. Isn't This A Lovely Day? Lyrics: 7. I Used To Be Color Blind Lyrics: 8. Top Hat, White Tie And Tails Lyrics: 9.
  4. Fred Astaire covered When the Idle Poor Become the Idle Rich, If This Isn't Love, Look to the Rainbow, Flying down to Rio and other songs. Fred Astaire originally did I'm Old Fashioned, Bojangles of Harlem, Never Gonna Dance, When the Idle Poor Become the Idle Rich and other songs. Fred Astaire wrote I'm Building up to an Awful Letdown.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fred Astaire Sings & Swings Irving Berlin on Discogs/5(4).

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