• Harold Arlen broadcast

    27 Jan 2012, 02:52 by Uhwelluh

    A sampling of the music of Harold Arlen, including a couple of his own performances.

    Swing Plus #189
    1/24/12 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm AZ time

    1-Over The Rainbow – Teddy Grace
    2-Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead – Glenn Miller
    3-That Old Black Magic – Sidney Bechet
    4-A Sleeping Bee (live) – Blossom Dearie
    5-Get Happy – Coleman Hawkins
    6-Accentuate The Positive (live) – Duke Ellington
    7-I’ve Got The World On A String – Anita O’Day
    8-Stormy Weather (take 2) – Lonnie Johnson & Elmer Snowden
    9-Ill Wind (You’re Blowin’ Me No Good) – Lawrence Brown
    10-When The Sun Comes Out (live) – Benny Goodman & Peggy Lee
    11-Come Rain Or Come Shine – Maxine Sullivan
    12-It’s Only A Paper Moon – John Kirby
    13-Out Of This World – Boyd Raeburn
    14-Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea – Ada Moore & Jimmy Rushing
    15-Hooray For Love – Harold Arlen
    16-Down With Love – Lee Wiley
    17-Let’s Fall In Love – Lester Young
    18-Blues In the Night – Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson
  • O Mágico de Oz

    4 Nov 2007, 18:07 by loopzig

    Título Original: The Wizard of Oz
    Gênero: Musical
    Tempo de Duração: 101 minutos
    Ano de Lançamento (EUA): 1939
    Estúdio: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
    Distribuição: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Warner Bros.
    Direção: Victor Fleming
    Roteiro: Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson e Edgar allan Woolf, baseado em livro de L. Frank Baum
    Produção: Mervyn LeRoy
    Música: Harold Arlen
    Fotografia: Harold Rosson
    Desenho de Produção: Malcolm Brown, William A. Horning e Jack Martin Smith
    Direção de Arte: Cedric Gibbons
    Figurino: Edwin B. Willis
    Edição: Blanche Sewell
  • The Man That Got Away

    31 May 2006, 03:43 by AsteroidB-612

    This is such a great song, it's one of my favorites:

    The Man That Got Away - Judy Garland

    The night is bitter,
    The stars have lost their glitter;
    The winds grow colder
    And suddenly you're older -
    And all because of the man that got away.

    No more his eager call,
    The writings on the wall;
    The dreams you dreamed have all
    Gone astray.

    The man that won you
    Has run off and undone you.
    That great beginning
    Has seen the final inning.
    Don't know what happened. It's all a crazy game

    No more that all-time thrill,
    For you've been through the mill -
    And never a new love will
    Be the same.

    Good riddance, good-bye
    Every trick of his you're on to.
    But, fools will be fools -
    And where's he gone to?

    The road gets rougher,
    It's lonelier and tougher.
    With hope you burn up -
    Tomorrow he may turn up.
    There's just no letup the live-long night and day

    Ever since this world began
    There is nothing sadder than
    A one-man woman looking for
    The man that got away....
    The man that got away.