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  • New York Swing Format: Audio CD. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and Rodgers & Hart ~ New York Swing: Rodgers & Hart Track Listings Disc: 1 1. Have You Met Miss Jones Dancing On The Ceiling 9. Fallin' In Love With Love This Can't Be Love Nobody's Heart Spring is Here You're Nearer You Are Too.
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  • From the LP "Beauty and the Beat," featuring Peggy Lee - vocals; George Shearing - piano; Toots Thielemans - guitar; Ray Alexander - vibraphone; Warren.
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  • Jun 23,  · THEATER; Hart's Heart And Rodgers's Glorious Soul. By Mary Cleere Haran. I wanted to do another Rodgers and Hart program to celebrate Rodgers's birthday, but this time around we chose songs.
  • History. Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart were introduced in ; Rodgers was still in high school while Hart had already graduated from Columbia University. After writing together for several years, they produced their first successful Broadway musical, The Garrick Gaieties, in , which introduced their hit song, "Manhattan" and led to a series of successful musicals and films.
  • Last week @nancywilson was interviewed talking Heart and music for the Biography: I Want My MTV. The biography charts the rise of a cultural phenomenon that came to define a generation: MTV. What started during the nascent days of cable television as a scrappy, playful music video lineup, rapidly evolved into a reflection of American youth culture.