Decca Broadway (001648802)
Release Date: February 28, 2012
|1.||Getting to Know You [The King and I] (Julie Andrews)||4:40|
|2.||It Might As Well Be Spring [State Fair] (Dick Haymes)||3:07|
|3.||Do-Re-Mi [The Sound of Music] (Connie Fisher)||5:10|
|4.||A Puzzlement [The King and I] (Yul Brenner)||3:29|
|5.||Mister Snow [Carousel] (Sarah Brightman)||5:35|
|6.||Some Enchanted Evening [South Pacific] (Reba McEntire)||2:52|
|7.||Love, Look Away [Flower Drum Song] (Rosemary Clooney)||2:25|
|8.||If I Loved You [Carousel] (Jan Clayton)||4:19|
|9.||People Will Say We're In Love [Oklahoma!] (Alfred Drake)||3:08|
|10.||Dat's Love [Carmen Jones] (Habanera) (Muriel Smith)||3:40|
|11.||Ol' Man River [Showboat] (Simon Estes)||4:12|
|12.||Out Of My Dreams [Oklahoma!] (Joan Roberts)||2:44|
|Total Album Time:||45:21|
OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II - OUT OF MY DREAMS features musical numbers from five of the timeless, ever popular Rodgers & Hammerstein films and songs and scenes from two versions of Show Boat, the groundbreaking musical written with composer Jerome Kern. Irene Dunne, Paul Robeson and Helen Morgan star in the 1936 film and Kathryn Grayson and Howard Keel are the stars of the 1951 remake. Also included, from the rarely seen 1941 film, Lady Be Good, Ann Sothern sings "The Last Time I Saw Paris," a song written by Oscar Hammerstein II and Jerome Kern, which won the Academy Award as Best Song and "Dat's Love" from Carmen Jones.
OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II - OUT OF MY DREAMS was written, produced and directed by JoAnn Young. Edited by Laura Young. Producer: Sven Nebelung. Audio Editor: Richard Fairbanks. Consulting Producer: Oscar Andrew Hammerstein. Associate Producer: Amy Asch. Produced by Young Productions/Creative Retrospectives - A NJ Non-profit Corporation.
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Released: March 10, 2015