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Friday, January 26, 2018

Liberace At Home

Liberace At Home
Columbia CL 896

From the back cover: Although the music Liberace offers here is frankly popular, it has been chosen from among the best of popular music, and each of the songs has attained the stature of becoming a 'standard' song, one that is played year in and year out, long after its first flush of popularity has vanished. Song such as these never grow old, partly because audiences never tire of them, partly because performers find endless challenges in the musical structure. In this spirit Liberace has approached his program, relaxing as he does at home, yet spurred on by the pleasure he takes in playing such fondly-remembered tunes.
My Melancholy Baby
She's Funny That Way
They Say It's Wonderful
Manhattan Serenade
Don't Blame Me
Smokes Gets In Your Eyes
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
The Way You Look Tonight
Someone To Watch Over Me
How Deep Is The Ocean

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