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Getting To Know You - Helen Merrill Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein - Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein (CD)



  1. Jul 26,  · Getting to Know You · Fred Hersch Fred Hersch Plays Rodgers & Hammerstein ℗ Nonesuch Records for the United States and WEA International Inc. for .
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  3. All the great songs and lyrics from the "Helen Merrill Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein" album on the Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
  4. (Spoken) Getting to know you. (Singing) Getting to know you, Getting to know all about you. Getting to like you, Getting to hope you like me. Getting to know you, Putting it my way, But nicely, You are precisely, My cup of tea. Anna and the mothers Getting to know you, Getting to know all about you. Getting to like you, Getting to hope you like me.
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  7. Merril, Helen/Brown, Clifford Helen Merrill with Clifford Brown See more like this S P 6 O 8 N S O V 6 R E H D 4 5 1 M Q Helen Merrill Rodgers & Hammerstein Album NEAR MINT DRG Records SL .
  8. The songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein, with some notable exceptions, have not attracted jazz interpretations to the extent that the songs of Rodgers & Hart have. Helen Merrill, that oxymoron a "jazz singer," here puts her stamp on nine Rodgers & Hammerstein standards, creating an album that is a triumph of the performer's art over the material. For the most part, Merrill, accompanied by a chamber.
  9. Now it can be told. Oscar Hammerstein II was heterosexual. And a helluva nice guy. Yes, after the recent deluge of biograffiti, it's a pleasure to find at least one giant of the American musical theater to be just what lie seemed to be in his scripts and lyrics (to music by Romberg, Kern, and Rodgers)&#;an optimist, a romantic, a soft-edged square. Fordin probably needn't have been quite.

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