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Fred Astaire - Puttin' On The Ritz (Remastered)

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This budget compilation of 12 unidentified Fred Astaire recordings is a much more valuable collection than you might expect. The blank booklet gives no indication that these are among Astaire's earliest recordings, including seven tracks recorded for the English Columbia label between 1926 and 1930, five of them ("Fascinating Rhythm," "Hang On To Me," "I'd Rather Charleston," "Swiss Miss," and "Funny Face") duets with his sister Adele, who was his dancing partner onstage before he went into the movies, and four of them ("Fascinating Rhythm," "Hang On To Me," "The Half Of It Dearie Blues," and "I'd Rather Charleston") featuring piano accompaniment from their composer George Gershwin. The sound is surprisingly good, and since the tracks have only seen occasional U.S. release (the Smithsonian put them out at one point), the album is a real find. The lack of annotations may also hide some pilfering, since the last five tracks were recorded by and released on RCA Victor and Brunswick (now controlled by Sony Music) between 1931 and 1935. But legalities aren't the consumer's problem when there's an opportunity to pick up rare, high-quality Fred Astaire music for a bargain price.


Né(e) : 10 mai 1899 à Omaha, NE

Genre : Pop

Années d'activité : '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Dancer, actor, and singer Fred Astaire worked steadily in various entertainment media during nine decades of the 20th century. The most celebrated dancer in the history of film, with appearances in 31 movie musicals between 1933 and 1968 (and a special Academy Award in recognition of his accomplishments in them), Astaire also danced on-stage and on television (garnering two Emmy Awards in the process), and he even treated listening audiences to his accomplished tap dancing on records and on his own...
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