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A Foggy Day (In London Town) - Fred Astaire - Lets Face The Music And Dance


1998
Label: Prism Leisure Corporation - PLATCD 125 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening
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Next Track. Tracks similar to: Suggested tracks by imusic. Fred Astaire Fred Astaire was an American dancer and singer famous for his numerous appearances in the s and s in Vaudeville, on Broadway and on the London stage with sister Adele Astaire; in musical films between the s and s; and on American TV in the s and beyond.

Although he teamed with many Intro - Sat-r-day - Thats How Were Livin, including Gene Kelly, his best known screen pairing was with Ginger Rogers, with whom he appeared in 10 films.

He continued to act in non-dancing roles in films and TV in the s through s. Total Yearly Monthly Weekly. I'd Rather Lead A Band. Golden Greats. After You, Who? Pick Yourself Up. Bojangles Of Harlem. We Saw The Sea. The Essential Fred Astaire. Cheek To Cheek. Easter Parade. Night And Day. Funny Face. I'd Rather Charleston. The Yam. Puttin' On The Ritz.

The Yam Step Explained. I Love Louisa. Let Yourself Go. Hang On To Me. White Heat Dancing In The Dark [orchestra Only]. The Babbitt And The Bromide. Not My Girl. Do More!! All rights reserved. Choose Playlist. Now Playing:. By loading


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6 thoughts on “ A Foggy Day (In London Town) - Fred Astaire - Lets Face The Music And Dance

  1. Apr 05,  · A FOGGY DAY IN LONDON TOWN by George Gershwin Let'S Face The Music And Dance Diana Krall Stereo Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire - I Love Your Funny Face dance .
  2. Send it to me! A Foggy Day or also known as A Foggy Day (In London Town), was written by George Gershwin. Lyrics were written by his brother Ira Gershwin with whom he frequently collaborated with. The piece was written for the film A Damsel In Distress which featured Fred Astaire.
  3. In part because of his expressive phrasing and graceful interpretation, Astaire was chosen to introduce many now-classic songs, including standards by Cole Porter (example, "Night and Day"), his friend Irving Berlin ("Let's Face the Music and Dance"), Jerome Kern ("The Way You Look Tonight"), Johnny Mercer ("One for My Baby") and George and Ira Gershwin ("They Can't Take That Away from Me").

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