Title: Fascinating Rhythm
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Fascinating Rhythm" is a popular song written by George Gershwin in 1924 with lyrics by Ira Gershwin. It was first introduced by Cliff Edwards, Fred Astaire and Adele Astaire in the Broadway musical Lady Be Good. The Astaires also recorded the song on April 19, 1926 in London with George Gershwin on the piano (English Columbia 3968 or 8969). A large number of recorded versions exist.
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).
Adele Astaire, Fred Astaire Fascinating Rhythm. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Fred Astaire Fascinating Rhythm (feat. Fred Astaire Fascinating Rhythm (composer George Gershwin 1924). Fred Astaire Fascinating Rhythm (Lady Be Good). Fred Astaire Fascinating Rhythm (Original Mix) (Original Mix).
Album: Lady, Be Good! (1924). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Fascinating Rhythm is the title of a biography of the Gershwin brothers. In this book, composer George is quoted from a contemporary interview: "I like to get the most effect out of the fewest notes" referring to the song of the same name, which is also sometimes called "Fascinatin' Rhythm". Author Deena Rosenberg says the song, which is based largely on a six note repetition, with variations, sounds breathless. An early version of "Fascinating Rhythm" was one of many previously lost scores discovered in a Warner Brothers Music Warehouse in New Jersey in the '80s. Michael Feinstein, a pianist and singer who worked as an archivist for Ira Gershwin at the time, was sent to collect the material.
Fred Astaire & Barrie Chase ◊ 1966. Fred & Adele Astaire 'The Babbit and the Bromide' (1927). Jamie Cullum - Fascinating Rhythm. Tommy Dorsey Stereo - Fascinating Rhythm Pt. 1 - 1943 Stereo - Gershwin - Girl Crazy.
Fascinating Rhythm" by Fred Astaire and Adele Astaire feat. George Gershwin is a cover of Cliff Edwards's "Fascinating Rhythm". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes. George Gershwin's Fascinating Rhythm: Fascinating Rhythm by Morgana King (1964).
|1||–Fred Astaire & Adele Astaire||The Whichness Of The Whatness|
|2||–Fred Astaire & Adele Astaire||Oh Gee! Oh Gosh!|
|3||–Fred Astaire & Adele Astaire||Hang On To Me|
|4||–Fred Astaire & Adele Astaire||Fascinating Rhythm|
|5||–Fred Astaire||The Half Of It Dearie Blues|
|6||–Fred Astaire & Adele Astaire||I'd Rather Charleston|
|7||–Fred Astaire & Adele Astaire||Swiss Maid (Yodel Song)|
|8||–Adele Astaire & George Vollaire||So Am I|
|9||–Fred Astaire & Adele Astaire||Funny Face|
|10||–Fred Astaire & Adele Astaire||The Babbitt And The Bromide|
|11||–Adele Astaire & Bernard Clifton||'S Wonderful|
|12||–Fred Astaire||High Hat|
|13||–Adele Astaire & Bernard Clifton||He Loves And She Loves|
|14||–Fred Astaire||My One And Only|
|15||–Fred Astaire With Al Starita & His Boy Friends||Not My Girl|
|16||–Fred Astaire With Al Starita & His Boy Friends||Louisiana|
|17||–Fred Astaire||Puttin' On The Ritz|
|18||–Fred Astaire||Crazy Feet|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – HNH International Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – HNH International Ltd.
- Conductor – Jacques Heuvel (tracks: 7,8)
- Conductor [Chorus] – Julian Jones (tracks: 12)
- Conductor [Orchestra] – George W. Byng (tracks: 1, 2), Julian Jones (tracks: 9 to 13), Van Phillips (tracks: 17, 18)
- Orchestra – Empire Theatre Orchestra (tracks: 7,8)
- Piano – George Gershwin (tracks: 3 to 6)
- Written By – Michell (tracks: 18)
- Written-By – Starita* (tracks: 15), Razaf* (tracks: 16), 18*, Shafer* (tracks: 16), 18*, Astaire* (tracks: 15), Gershwin - Gershwin* (tracks: 3 to 14), Berlin* (tracks: 17), Johnson* (tracks: 16), Lanin* (tracks: 1, 2), Daly* (tracks: 1, 2)
NotesComplete Recordings Volume 1 1923-1930
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- Barcode: 636943250129
- Rights Society: GEMA