Ann Miller - It's Dynamite: The Great Vocal Years 1938-1955 | RECORD STORE DAY

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It's Dynamite: The Great Vocal Years 1938-1955
Artist: Ann Miller
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 04/15/2022
UPC: 604988274424

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1. It's the Doctor's Orders
2. We Never Dream the Same Dream Twice
3. Spic 'N' Spanish
4. Who Am I?
5. A-Twiddlin' My Thumbs
6. Obviously the Gentleman Prefers to Dance
7. Go West Young Lady
8. I Wish That I Could Be a Singing Cowboy
9. I'd Love to Know You Better
10. Thumbs Up and V for Victory
11. Knocked-Out Nocturne
12. Eighteen Seventy-Five
13. Streamlined Sheik
14. There Goes Taps / Take a Chance
15. You're Good for My Morale / It's a Swelluva Life in the Army / Hey, Rookie
16. Vict'ry Polka
17. Thanks a Lot
18. Thinkin' About the Wabash
19. Mr. Beebe
20. You Came Along
21. I'm Gonna See My Baby (On Victory Day)
22. Eadie's Back Again / Eadie Was a Lady
23. I'll Remember April
24. An Hour Never Passes
25. I've Waited a Lifetime
26. Someone to Love
27. Custom House (It's a Long Story)
28. Man Is a Brother to a Mule
29. Shakin' the Blues Away
30. Prehistoric Man
31. It's Dynamite
32. I'll Be Hard to Handle
33. I've Gotta Hear That Beat
34. Always True to You in My Fashion
35. It
36. The Lady from the Bayou
37. Everything I've Got Belongs to You
38. A Great Lady Has An Interview
39. I'm Gonna Live Till I Die
40. Someone to Love (Alternate Playback Disc with Talk)
41. I'm Gonna See My Baby (Playback Disc Without Taps)

More Info:

Ann Miller was a true triple-threat performer. Not only was she the greatest tap dancer in the world, but also a great singer and actress. Gathered here for the very time are all of her soundtrack vocals, stretching from the first time she sang on screen in 1938 to her final musical in 1955. Included are all the great wartime films she did for RKO, Paramount, Republic, and Columbia, as well as highlights from the MGM years. Many are taken from actual playback recordings from Ann's own private collection, including out-takes. A must for all Ann Miller fans and lovers of vintage screen musicals.