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8 Comments on " Under Your Spell - Various - The Music Of Arthur Schwartz 1933-1937 Volume II (Vinyl, LP) "

  • Collection Summary. Arthur Schwartz Papers (bulk ) MLS38 Schwartz, Arthur, approximately 7, items 53 containers linear feet Collection material in English Music Division Library of Congress Washington, D.C.
  • Introducing Bria Skonberg (Only available in Japan) = Into Your Own () & So Is The Day () 右図が「Introducing」のジャケット. file: S: Bria Skonberg: Into Your Own: Introducing Bria Skonberg (Only available in Japan) = Into Your Own () & So Is The Day () 右図が「Introducing」の .
  • Music to Your Heart: Brenda Lee: Record Label: My Foolish Heart The Genius of Arthur Schwartz: Record Label: The Genius of Geraldo, Vol. 1: Geraldo & His Orchestra Under Your Spell: Artie Shaw & His Orchestra: Record Label: Under the Moonlight: Record Label.
  • A Collection Of Rare West Coast 60s Soul An ample helping of obscure Southern California soul music from the '60s. If you resided E.
  • Jul 16,  · In , he made Metropolitan for 20th Century Fox. This film is notable for its extensive segments of Tibbett performing operatic arias in a stage setting. His final film was Under Your Spell in Also during the s, Tibbett had a domestic radio program sponsored by the Packard Motor Car Company of America on which he sang formal music.
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  • The effect of not providing the PII requested is that it may delay processing of your NOI, and it may affect the legal sufficiency of your filing, a determination that would be made by a court of law. *The information provided in the first thirteen columns (A-M) must be identical for each nondramatic musical work designated in this Notice.
  • Mar 24,  · A reconciliation with vinyl, my first love A marked distaste for any kind of genre “crossover” That was a bad era for music in general, particularly for artists who sought to “update” the sound that made them famous for the mirage of “New Wave” (in some cases, my reaction to these records was so violent that I not only.