A Tribute to Irving Berlin > Radio Cast


Recording Details

Date
August 3, 1938
Type
Audio / Radio Cast
Method
Live
Language
English
Theatre/Venue
CBS
Music
Irving Berlin (690)
Lyrics
Irving Berlin (690)
Performer
Irving Berlin (690), Ben Bernie (7), Connie Boswell (46), Eddie Cantor (75), Tommy Dorsey (48), Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians (3), Al Jolson (160), Guy Lombardo (26), Ethel Merman (219), Tyrone Power (10), Rudy Vallee and His Orchestra, Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra (15), Sophie Tucker (34), Rudy Vallée (58), Paul Whiteman (41)
Notes
As broadcast on CBS on August 3, 1938 from New York, Hollywood, and Chicago.
Shortcode
[r25382]

Releases (4)

Format
CD
Label
Koch International 3-7510-2
Released
2001-05-22
Barcode
099923751021
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Also Contains
Call Me Madam - 1962 Demo
Irving Sings Berlin - 1939 Irving Berlin
Miss Liberty - 1949 Demo
# Tracks
22
Lists
17 collectors / 11 wish lists
Shortcode
[rl17718]
1. 50th Birthday Tribute to Irving Berlin, Excerpts CBS Radio 1938: What Can a Songwriter Say?/Let Me Sing and I'm Happy (Al Jolson)/Mandy (Irving Berlin, Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor)
2. Marie from Sunny Italy
3. Follow the Crowd
4. Cavalcade of Irving Berlin Hits, 1910-1915 NBC Radio, 1934: Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon/That Mysterious Rag/I Want to Be in Dixie/Ragtime Violin/In My Harem/He's a Devil in His Own Home Town (Irving Berlin, The Revelers, The Pickens Sisters)
5. Alexander's Ragtime Band
6. Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning
7. Let's Take an Old Fashioned Walk
8. Paris Wakes Up and Smiles
9. (Just One Way to Say) I Love You
10. The Policemen's Ball
11. What Do I Have to Do to Get My Picture in the Paper?
12. The Hon'rable Profession of the Fourth Estate
13. Business for a Good Girl Is Bad
14. Sing a Song of Sing Sing
15. The Story of Nell and the Police Gazette
16. Marrying for Love
17. (Dance to the Music of) The Ocarina
18. It's a Lovely Day Today
19. The Best Thing for You
20. Free
21. It Gets Lonely in the White House
22. God Bless America (Finale)
Format
CD
Label
Vintage Jazz VJC-1010-2
Released
1993-07-29
Barcode
032501101023
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# Tracks
41
Lists
4 collectors / 1 wish list
Shortcode
[rl21687]
Tracks 01. Prologue -- Walter Winchell
02. Opening / Say It with Music (theme) [MUSIC BOX REVUE OF 1921] -- Ted Husing
03. Heat Wave [AS THOUSANDS CHEER] -- Ethel Merman with Al Goodman and his orchestra
04. When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam' / Somebody's Coming to My House [ALL ABOARD] -- Al Jolson
05. What Can a Songwriter Say? (introduced on this radio broadcast) -- Irving Berlin
06. Let Me Sing and I'm Happy [film, MAMMY] -- Al Jolson
07. Jolson introduces Eddie Cantor
08. My Wife's Gone to the Country -- Eddie Cantor
09. Jolson-Cantor dialogue
10. This Is the Life -- Al Jolson
11. Jolson and Cantor challenge Berlin to sing
12. Mandy [ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1919] -- Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor, Irving Berlin
13. Jolson, Cantor, Berlin and Sophie Tucker: Kvelling Supreme
14. The International Rag [ALL ABOARD] -- Sophie Tucker
15. Jolson introduces Ben Bernie who performs a humorous dialogue with Lew Lehr
16. Ragtime Violin -- Lew Lehr & Ben Bernie
17. Jolson presides over the Brox Sisters reunion
18. Everybody Step [MUSIC BOX REVUE OF 1921] -- The Brox Sisters
19. Jolson introduces Rudy Vallee
20. Say It Isn't So -- Rudy Vallee and the Connecticut Yankees
21. Rudy Vallee Introduces "Marie"
22. Marie [film, THE AWAKENING (1928)] -- Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra (Jackie Leonard, vocal)
23. Jolson introduces Connee Boswell
24. When I Lost You -- Connee Boswell
25. All Alone -- Connee Boswell
26. Remember -- Connee Boswell
27. Always -- Connee Boswell
28. Jolson introduces Guy Lombardo
29. Easter Parade [AS THOUSANDS CHEER] -- Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians (Carmen Lombardo, vocal)
30. Jolson introduces Ethel Merman
31. My Walking Stick [film, ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND] -- Ethel Merman with Al Goodman and his orchestra, Lynn Murray Chorus
32. Jolson introduces Paul Whiteman
33. A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody [ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1919] -- John Steel and chorus
34. Say It with Music (theme) /Jolson Introduces Louella Parsons who interviews Darryl F. Zanuck
35. 20th Century-Fox Fanfare introduces a special radio preview of ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND with Tyrone Power and Ethel Merman
36. Alexander's Ragtime Band -- Ethel Merman
37. Now It Can Be Told [film, ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND] -- Alice Faye with Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra
38. Radio preview continues
39. Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning [YIP, YIP, YAPHANK] -- Male chorus / scenes with Tyrone Power and Ethel Merman
40. Alexander's Ragtime Band -- instrumental and scene with Ethel Merman and Tyrone Power
41. Alexander's Ragtime Band -- Ethel Merman, Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor, Sophie Tucker, Tyrone Power and chorus / Closing Announcements -- Al Jolson and Ted Husing
Title
An Irving Berlin Tribute
Format
LP
Label
Famous Personality FPS 1001
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Lists
1 collector / 0 wish lists
Shortcode
[rl39475]
Format
LP
Label
Radiola MR-1107
Audio
Mono
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Lists
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Shortcode
[rl39474]

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