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Friday, December 14, 2012

My Fair Lady - Al Goodman

Wouldn't It Be Lovely (S-82)
My Fair Lady
Al Goodman's Orchestra
With Richard Torigi and Lola Fisher
Spinorama M-82 & S-82
A Product Of Premier Albums, Inc.

From the back cover: Lola Fisher from the original Broadway Cast and understudy to Julie Andrews sings the lead in this recording and is accompanied by Richard Torigi from the cast of The Most Happy Fellow.

Al Goodman, who conducts the orchestra for this recording brings into vision through his orchestral arrangements, a fine conception of My Fair Lady, ever produced. It should be in your collections of albums.


Overture
With A Little Bit Of Luck
Wouldn't It Be Lovely
On The Street Where You Live
I Could Have Danced All Night
The Rain In Spain
I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
Get Me To The Church On Time
I'm An Ordinary Man
Finale

2 comments:

  1. Dear Mark,

    Do you have a link for this record, PLEASE?

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    1. If I remember correctly, I think that I didn't post a sample because I found this one on Amazon either on CD or by the download.

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