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Mad Dogs and Englishmen [Avid Easy] [Remaster]
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Album: Mad Dogs and Englishmen [Avid Easy] [Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Medley: I'll See You Again/Dance Little Lady/Poor Little Rich Girl/A Ro: I'll See You Again / Dance Little Lady / Poor Little Rich Girl / A Room With a View / Someday I'll Find Your / I'll Follow My Secret Heart
2)    Uncle Harry - (live)
3)    Loch Lomond - (live)
4)    Bar on the Piccolo Marina, A - (live)
5)    World Weary - (live)
6)    Nina
7)    Mad Dogs and Englishmen - (live)
8)    Matelot - (live)
9)    Alice Is at It Again - (live)
10)    Room with a View, A - (live)
11)    Let's Do It - (live)
12)    Party's Over Now, The - (live)
13)    London Pride
14)    Could You Please Oblige Us with a Bren Gun
15)    Imagine the Duchess's Feelings
16)    Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans
17)    His Excellency Regrets
18)    Josephine
19)    Don't Make Fun of the Fair
20)    Noel Coward Medley, Pt. 1: I'll See You Again/Dance Little Lady/Poor Li
21)    Noel Coward Medley, Pt. 2: Any Little Fish/You Were There/Someday I'll
22)    There Are Bad Times Just Around the Corner
1)    I Like America
2)    Louisa
3)    Half-Caste Woman
4)    I Went to a Marvellous Party
5)    Time and Again
6)    Why Must the Show Go On?
7)    New York Medley: Let's Say Goodbye/Teach Me to Dance Like Grandma/We We
8)    What's Going to Happen to the Tots?
9)    Sail Away
10)    Wait a Bit, Joe
11)    Twentieth Century Blues
12)    I Wonder What Happened to Him
13)    Party's Over Now, The
14)    Room with a View, A
15)    Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage Mrs. Worthington
16)    World Weary
17)    Alice Is at It Again
18)    Someday I'll Find You
19)    Mad Dogs and Englishmen
20)    Poor Little Rich Girl
21)    Uncle Harry
22)    I'll See You Again
 

Album: Mad Dogs and Englishmen [Avid Easy] [Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Medley: I'll See You Again/Dance Little Lady/Poor Little Rich Girl/A Ro: I'll See You Again / Dance Little Lady / Poor Little Rich Girl / A Room With a View / Someday I'll Find Your / I'll Follow My Secret Heart
2)    Uncle Harry - (live)
3)    Loch Lomond - (live)
4)    Bar on the Piccolo Marina, A - (live)
5)    World Weary - (live)
6)    Nina
7)    Mad Dogs and Englishmen - (live)
8)    Matelot - (live)
9)    Alice Is at It Again - (live)
10)    Room with a View, A - (live)
11)    Let's Do It - (live)
12)    Party's Over Now, The - (live)
13)    London Pride
14)    Could You Please Oblige Us with a Bren Gun
15)    Imagine the Duchess's Feelings
16)    Don't Let's Be Beastly to the Germans
17)    His Excellency Regrets
18)    Josephine
19)    Don't Make Fun of the Fair
20)    Noel Coward Medley, Pt. 1: I'll See You Again/Dance Little Lady/Poor Li
21)    Noel Coward Medley, Pt. 2: Any Little Fish/You Were There/Someday I'll
22)    There Are Bad Times Just Around the Corner
1)    I Like America
2)    Louisa
3)    Half-Caste Woman
4)    I Went to a Marvellous Party
5)    Time and Again
6)    Why Must the Show Go On?
7)    New York Medley: Let's Say Goodbye/Teach Me to Dance Like Grandma/We We
8)    What's Going to Happen to the Tots?
9)    Sail Away
10)    Wait a Bit, Joe
11)    Twentieth Century Blues
12)    I Wonder What Happened to Him
13)    Party's Over Now, The
14)    Room with a View, A
15)    Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage Mrs. Worthington
16)    World Weary
17)    Alice Is at It Again
18)    Someday I'll Find You
19)    Mad Dogs and Englishmen
20)    Poor Little Rich Girl
21)    Uncle Harry
22)    I'll See You Again
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Robb Stewart, Norman Hackforth, Peter Matz, Carroll Gibbons (piano).
  • Audio Remasterer: Dave Bennett .
  • Recording information: London, England (07/02/1941-11/02/1956); New York, NY (07/02/1941-11/02/1956); Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn (07/02/1941-11/02/1956).
  • Arranger: Peter Matz.
  • "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" is one of the most intriguing phrases ever cooked up by that inestimable wit, Noel Coward (1899-1973). Small wonder that numerous Coward compilations use it as a title, including this double-disc 44-track anthology of '40s and '50s material released by Avid in 2007. It combines Coward's At Las Vegas and In New York albums (occupying the first portion of each disc) with smatterings of his cleverest and catchiest tunes. Although the orchestra conductor on the Vegas album is listed as Carlton Hughes, it was pianist and arranger Peter Matz who really oversaw the accompaniments at both locations. Coward is also backed by Carroll Gibbons & His Orchestra, pianist Robb Stewart, the Drury Lane and Cambridge Theatre Orchestras, Norman Hackforth & the Caf‚ de Paris Orchestra, and Wally Stott & His Orchestra with Hackforth at the piano. This collection will neatly complement Coward's earlier HMV studio recordings and his posthumously released radio broadcast transcriptions. ~ arwulf arwulf
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