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(1980)

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Cavalleria rusticana: Intermezzo
(1890)
Music by Pietro Mascagni
Performed by Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna (as Orchestra of Bologna Municop Thetra)
Conducted by Arturo Basile
Courtesy of RCA S.p.A.
Guglielmo Ratcliff: Intermezzo
(1895)
Music by Pietro Mascagni
Performed by Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna (as Orchestra of Bologna Municop Thetra)
Conducted by Arturo Basile
Courtesy of RCA S.p.A.
Silvano: Barcarolle
(1895)
Music by Pietro Mascagni
Performed by Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna (as Orchestra of Bologna Municop Thetra)
Conducted by Arturo Basile
Courtesy of RCA S.p.A.
At Last
(1941)
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Musicians: Garth Hudson (Piano & Sax), Richard Manuel (Drums), Larry Klein (Bass) and Dale Turner (Trumpet: Oingo Boing Band)
Produced and Arranged by Robbie Robertson
A New Kind of Love
(1930)
Music and Lyrics by Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal and Pierre Norman
Musicians: Garth Hudson (Piano & Sax), Richard Manuel (Drums), Larry Klein (Bass) and Dale Turner (Trumpet: Oingo Boing Band)
Produced and Arranged by Robbie Robertson
Webster Hall
Music and Lyrics by Garth Hudson
Musicians: Garth Hudson (Piano & Sax), Richard Manuel (Drums), Larry Klein (Bass) and Dale Turner (Trumpet: Oingo Boing Band)
Vivere
(1937)
Music and Lyrics by Cesare A. Bixio (uncredited)
Performed by Carlo Buti
Recording by EMI Italiana
Stornelli fiorentini
(1949)
Music and Lyrics by Cesare A. Bixio (uncredited)
Performed by Carlo Buti
Recording by EMI Italiana
Scapricciatiello (Infatuation)
(1956)
Music by Fernando Albano (uncredited)
Lyrics by Pacifico Vento (uncredited)
Performed by Renato Carosone
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Turi Giuliano
Music and Lyrics by S. Bella and Orazio Strano (as O. Strano)
Performed by Orazio Strano
Courtesy of Carmelo Feliciotto, RCA S.p.A.
Cow Cow Boogie
(1941)
Music and Lyrics by Benny Carter (uncredited), Don Raye (uncredited) and Gene de Paul (uncredited)
Performed by Ella Fitzgerald and The Ink Spots
Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.
Whispering Grass
(1940)
Music by Doris Fisher (uncredited)
Lyrics by Fred Fisher (uncredited)
Performed by The Ink Spots
Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.
Stone Cold Dead in the Market
(1946)
Music and Lyrics by Frederick W. Hendricks (uncredited)
Performed by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Jordan
Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.
Till Then
(1944)
Music and Lyrics by Sol Marcus (uncredited), Eddie Seiler (uncredited) and Guy Wood (uncredited)
Performed by The Mills Brothers
Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.
Big Noise from Winnetka
(1938)
Music by Ray Bauduc (uncredited) and Bob Haggart (uncredited)
Lyrics by Ben Pollack (uncredited) and Bob Crosby (uncredited)
Performed by Bob Crosby and the Bobcats
Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.
Heartaches
(1931)
Music by Al Hoffman (uncredited)
Lyrics by John Klenner (uncredited)
Performed by Ted Weems (1947)
Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.
Do I Worry
(1940)
Music and Lyrics by Bobby Worth (uncredited) and Stanley Cowan (uncredited)
Performed by The Ink Spots
Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.
Two O'Clock Jump
(1939)
Music by Count Basie (uncredited) and Harry James (uncredited)
Performed by Harry James
Courtesy of CBS Records
Drum Boogie
(1941)
Music by Gene Krupa (uncredited) and Roy Eldridge (uncredited)
Performed by Gene Krupa
Courtesy of CBS Records
All or Nothing at All
(1940)
Music by Arthur Altman (uncredited)
Lyrics by Jack Lawrence (uncredited)
Performed by Harry James
Courtesy of CBS Records
Blue Velvet
(1951)
Music by Lee Morris (uncredited)
Lyrics by Bernie Wayne (uncredited)
Performed by Tony Bennett
Courtesy of CBS Records
Flash
(1939)
Music by Harry James (uncredited)
Performed by Harry James
Courtesy of CBS Records
Jersey Bounce
(1936)
Music by Bobby Plater (uncredited), Tiny Bradshaw (uncredited), Edward Johnson (uncredited)
Lyrics by Bob Wright (uncredited) and Buddy Feyne (uncredited)
Performed by Benny Goodman (1942)
Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc.
Come Fly With Me
(1957)
Music by Jimmy Van Heusen (uncredited)
Lyrics by Sammy Cahn (uncredited)
Performed by Frank Sinatra (uncredited)
Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc.
Mona Lisa
(1949)
Music and Lyrics by Jay Livingston (uncredited) and Ray Evans (uncredited)
Performed by Nat 'King' Cole (1950)
Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc.
I Ain't Got Nobody
(1915)
Music by Spencer Williams (uncredited)
Lyrics by Roger Graham (uncredited)
Performed by Louis Prima and Keely Smith (1956)
Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc.
Nao tenho lagrimas
(1937)
Music and Lyrics by Max Bulhões (as Max Bulhoes) and Milton de Oliveira
Performed by Patricio Teixeira
Courtesy of RCA Electronica Ltda--Brazil
Prisoner of Love
(1931)
Music by Russ Columbo (uncredited) & Clarence Gaskill (uncredited)
Lyrics Leo Robin (uncredited)
Performed by Perry Como (1946)
Courtesy of RCA Records
Prisoner of Love
(1931)
Music by Russ Columbo (uncredited) & Clarence Gaskill (uncredited)
Lyrics Leo Robin (uncredited)
Performed by Russ Columbo (1934)
Courtesy of RCA Records
Frenesi
Performed by Artie Shaw
Courtesy of RCA Records
Music by Alberto Domínguez (uncredited)
Lyrics by Leonard Whitcup (uncredited)
My Reverie
(1938)
Music and Lyrics by Larry Clinton (uncredited)
(Based on "Rêverie" by Claude Debussy (uncredited) (1880))
Performed by Larry Clinton and His Orchestra
Courtesy of RCA Records
Just One More Chance
(1931)
Music by Arthur Johnston (uncredited)
Lyrics by Sam Coslow (uncredited)
Courtesy of RCA Records
That's My Desire
(1947)
Music by Helmy Kresa (uncredited)
Lyrics by Carroll Loveday (uncredited)
Sung by Frankie Laine
Courtesy of Phonogram Inc.
Bye, Bye Baby
(1953)
Music by Jule Styne (uncredited)
Lyrics by Leo Robin (uncredited)
Performed by Marilyn Monroe from the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)
Courtesy of DRG Records Incorporated
Lonely Nights
(1955)
Music and Lyrics by Zell Sanders (uncredited)
Performed by The Hearts
Courtesy of Dare Music, Inc.;
Tell the Truth
(1956)
Music and Lyrics by Lowman Pauling (uncredited)
Performed by Ray Charles
Licensed by Atlantic Recording Corporation
Of Mice and Men
Excerpts from the soundtrack of Hal Roach Production of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men (1939)
Music by Aaron Copland

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