With the rise in popularity of the Broadway cast album in the 1940s, Columbia Records producer Goddard Lieberson decided to record albums of the music from earlier shows that had not been collected on LPs previously. In the wake of the massive success of South Pacific in 1949, Columbia signed Mary Martin, the show's star, to a recording contract, and in 1950 Lieberson took her into a studio with an orchestra and chorus and recorded this album of songs from 1931's The Band Wagon and another from 1934's Anything Goes
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Mary Martin in an Album of Cole Porter Songs - 1940 Mary Martin. Rhythm on the River - 1940 Soundtrack. Legends & Songwriters in Concert 1941 - 1941 Concert Cast. Mary Martin Sings For You - 1949 Mary Martin. South Pacific - 1949 Original Broadway Cast. The Band Wagon - 1950 Studio Cast. You're Just In Love, Get Those Old Records - 1950 Mary Martin & Her Son Larry. Babes in Arms - 1951 Studio Cast.
Is The Band Wagon the best album by Various Artists? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. The Band Wagon by Various Artists (1953) Overall rank: 89,529th. Accolades: Top albums of 1953 (84th). Top albums of the 1950s (1,534th). Best albums of all time (89,529th).
All songs and all albums Mary Martin You can listen for information on the site. Download the album or mp3, watch videos Mary Martin. All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as M. Martin, Martin, Mary Martin With Glee Club.
Mary Virginia Martin was born on December 1, 1913, in Weatherford, TX, the second daughter of Preston Martin, a lawyer, and Juanita (Presley) Martin, a former violin teacher; her older sister Geraldine was 11 years her senior. Still, Martin remained in New York for the winter. On January 25 and February 5, 1940, she recorded the eight tracks for her first Decca album, Mary Martin in an Album of Cole Porter Songs, including another rendition of "My Heart Belongs to Daddy. In March, she returned to Good News, appearing on the show regularly through the end of the year. But she was back in Los Angeles by April 16, when she recorded "You're Lonely and I'm Lonely" for Decca backed by an orchestra conducted by Ray Sinatra.
Band Wagon is the 1975 debut solo album of Japanese musician Shigeru Suzuki recorded with musicians from Los Angeles. Two singles were released from the album "The Smell of August"/"Snow Express" and "100-Watt Lover", both in 1975. The solo album followed the disbanding of Happy End and formation of Tin Pan Alley with Haruomi Hosono and Masataka Matsutoya. Suzuki's fellow Happy End bandmate Takashi Matsumoto wrote the lyrics to the songs.
Performer: Mary Martin
Title: The Band Wagon
Style: Cast Recordings,Show Tunes
Size MP3: 1372 mb
Size FLAC: 1480 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
Other Formats: AC3 AAC VOX AU ASF MIDI