Who Do You Love I Hope - Irving Berlin - Annie Get Your Gun (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Who Do You Love I Hope - Irving Berlin - Annie Get Your Gun (CD, Album)

  1. Annie Get Your Gun Medley: The Girl That I Marry / They Say It’s Wonderful / My Defences Are Down (tracks 5, 9–10) Annie Get Your Gun Suite (tracks 1, 1, 3, 5–6, 8–10, 12) Release Group.
  2. "Annie Get Your Gun" has a marvelous Irving Berlin score, most of which is not to be found in this album. And if that isn't weird enough, someone decided to throw in some other Berlin songs that have nothing to do with this show (such as "How Deep is the Ocean," "Alexander's Ragtime Band"--in `Annie Get Your Gun"!?!)/5(3).
  3. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Originally released as Decca album DA, July 8, "--Insert. Bonus tracks from Ethel Merman sings Annie get your gun, released June 1, as London Records Phase 4 stereo XPS
  4. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the MGM movie version of Annie Get Your Gun. Do yourself a HUGE favor and buy it when it becomes available in November , it's fabulous! With the movie being released, I hope the soundtrack makes it's way to CD. Howard Keel was great as Frank Butler and Betty Hutton was "on fire" as Annie Oakley/5(7).
  5. The movie version of Annie Get Your Gun, coming four years after the opening of the wildly successful Broadway musical, was a reasonable Hollywood transfer. Typically, a third of the songs were dropped -- no "I Got Lost in His Arms," "I'll Share It All With You," "I'm a Bad, Bad Man," "Moonshine Lullaby," or "Who Do You Love, I Hope?".
  6. Merman's portrayal was immortalized on the original Broadway cast album in , but it took until for Martin to get her version on record. Ten years after she had toured the country in the show, Martin was engaged to record an album, perform in a West Coast tour, and do a live television broadcast, in that order. Her co-star was John Raitt, another Broadway veteran who had played Frank.
  7. Although the role of Annie Oakley in Irving Berlin's musical Annie Get Your Gun was written for and most closely associated with bold and brassy Ethel Merman, the part has been effectively interpreted by other actress/singers with less bravura approaches.
  8. You Can't Get a Man With a Gun / Doin' What Comes Naturally: A3: The Girl That I Marry / Who Do You Love I Hope: A4: Moonshine Lullaby / I Got The Sun In The Morning: B1: Something to Remember You By: B2: Someone To Watch Over Me: B3: I'll Get By: B4: The Man I Love: B5: Breezin' Along With The Breeze: B6: Don't Ever Leave Me.

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