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The Voice of Marilyn

Marilyn Monroe

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Album Review

Marilyn Monroe, due to the sensual image that surrounded her during her life and given her early death (which meant that she never grew old), is as famous today as she was during her prime. This CD features her singing during 1953-1954, with selections taken from the soundtracks of the movies Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (with Jane Russell), There's No Business Like Show Business, and River of No Return, plus a few rare items from recording dates and her famous singing of "Happy Birthday" to John Kennedy in 1962. Monroe was never a great singer, though her vocalizing was functional and certainly full of personality. Her fans will enjoy this disc, which includes such numbers as "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend," "Do It Again," "A Fine Romance," "Heat Wave," "River of No Return," and "My Heart Belongs to Daddy."

Biography

Genre: Pop

Although film actress and Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe has been the subject of a large number of albums, she rarely stepped into a recording studio to make a commercial recording and only appeared in five real movie musicals (with a few other musical performances in her straight films), making for a total record and soundtrack output of less than three dozen titles that are recycled endlessly along with bits of movie dialogue and radio and TV appearances on the frequent reissues. Nevertheless,...
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