Ella Fitzgerald sings Cole Porter

Cole Porter: Lesser Known Songs

Channel 25-8

Episode date - September 14, 2018

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    Continuing our alphabetical arranged series on the music of Cole Porter, we slip back into a good number of less well-known songs that nonetheless have maintained their musical relevance, if not their popularity. We also get to hear versions from artists both legendary and near forgotten.

    Featured tracks include;

    Nobody’s Chasing Me - Charlotte Greenwood

    Now You Has Jazz – Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong

    Some Lesser Known SongsThe Physician – Gertrude Lawrence

    Rap Tap on Wood – Frances Langford

    Ridin’ High – Peggy Lee

    The Ritz Roll and Rock – Fred Astaire

    Silk Stockings – Vic Damone

    Since I Kissed My Baby Goodbye – Fred Astaire and the Delta Rhythm Boys

    So In Love – Gordon MacRae

    So Near and Yet So Far – Bobby Short

    Too Darn Hot – Ella Fitzgerald

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