Fred Astaire - An Evening With Fred Astaire album flac
|A2||Lady Be Good||0:40|
|A3||Cheek To Cheek||0:30|
|A4||A Fine Romance||0:24|
|A5||They Can't Take That Away From Me||0:28|
|A6||Nice Work If You Can Get It||0:25|
|A7||A Foggy Day||0:50|
|A8||I Won't Dance||0:20|
|A9||Something's Gotta Give||0:26|
|A10||Night & Day||0:56|
|A11||Top Hat & White Tails||0:50|
|A13||Dancing In The Dark||0:24|
|A14||The Way You Look Tonight||0:15|
|A16||Steppin' Out With My Baby||0:35|
|A17||Let's Face The Music||0:25|
|A19||One For My Baby||1:45|
|B2||Miss Otis Regrets||3:08|
|B7||All My Eggs In One Basket||0:47|
|B8||Who's Got The Last Laugh Now||0:33|
|B9||Lovely To Look At||0:44|
|B10||Let's Call The Whole Thing Off||0:30|
|B12||Melody In Your Heart||1:04|
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
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|CIAK 75055||Fred Astaire||An Evening With Fred Astaire (Cass, Comp)||Cinevox Record||CIAK 75055||Italy||1984|
|79107||Fred Astaire||An Evening With Fred Astaire (LP, Comp)||Atoll Music||79107||France||1981|
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This one hour NBC variety show won 9 Emmy awards and was one of Fred Astaire's proudest achievements. This is one of the first color videotape recordings.
Evening with Fred Astaire.
An Evening with Fred Astaire is a one-hour live television special starring Fred Astaire, broadcast on NBC on October 17, 1958. It was highly successful, winning nine Emmy awards and spawning three further specials, and technically innovative, as it was the first major television show to be recorded on color videotape. It was produced at NBC's Color City studios in Burbank, California.
Fred Astaire is the third studio album by the Croatian alternative rock band Pips, Chips & Videoclips. The album was recorded in the period between May and June 1997 and released in October that same year. Fred Astaire won the 1998 Porin Awards in the Album of the Year and Best Vocal Collaboration categories (the latter was awarded to the track "Plači", featuring Darko Rundek). com/Fred Astaire (album). An Evening with Fred Astaire. An Evening with Fred Astaire is a one-hour live television special starring Fred Astaire, broadcast on NBC on October 17, 1958.
At Fred Astaire of Upper Montclair, we specialize in teaching you to dance, with a partner, quickly, effortlessly and without any pushy sales tactics. He won five Emmys for his work in television, including three for his variety shows, An Evening with Fred Astaire (1959, which won an unprecedented nine Emmys in all!) and Another Evening with Fred Astaire (1960). In his later years, he continued to appear in movies, including Finian’s Rainbow (1968), and The Towering Inferno (1974) which earned him an Oscar nomination.
Followed by. Another Evening with Fred Astaire (November 4, 1959). Astaire Time (September 28, 1960). The Fred Astaire Show (February 7, 1968). The use of videotape. The program was highly innovative in its use of color videotape, a technology then in its infancy. Although it was recorded live, An Evening with Fred Astaire used a number of innovative production techniques that are now commonplace, such as chroma key, and dissolves between scenes. In 1988, the show earned a further technical Emmy Award for Ed Reitan, Don Kent, and Dan Einstein, who restored the original videotape, transferring its contents to a modern format.
Fred Astaire (born Frederick Austerlitz; May 10, 1899 – June 22, 1987) was an American film and Broadway stage dancer, choreographer, singer, musician and actor. His stage and subsequent film career spanned a total of 76 years, during which he made 31 musical films.
Complete your Fred Astaire collection. Medley: "An Evening With Fred Astaire". They Can't Take That Away From Me. Nice Work If You Can Get It. A Foggy Day.