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  • Portrait of Hutch - CD

    Leslie Hutchinson: Portrait of Hutch - CD NEW 2009 collection. Leslie Arthur Julien Hutchinson, known as Hutch was one of the biggest cabaret stars in the world during the 1920s and 1930s. Escaping the KKK in New York, Hutch fled to Paris. His ti 1. Hutch Medley: My Heart Stood Still / Let�s Fall in Love / What Is This Thing Called Love? / the Wind in the Willows / with a Song in My Heart / That�s Love / Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries 2. Som

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  • Hutch

    "Born in Grenada in 1900, Leslie Hutchinson went to America in 1916 to study medicine, but soon escaped to Harlem where he witnessed the birth of ""stride"" jazz piano. Moving to France in 1923, he became the protege and lover of Cole Porter before coming to London in 1926 where he was soon topping the bills in variety and on radio. Immaculate in white tie and tails, Hutch had enormous sex appeal, his velvet voice and superb piano improvisation attracting legions of fans among both the rich and the

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  • In The Cool

    In The Cool In The Cool ...and in the cool I would sit down with the old Maybell guitar my father gave me and let the songs in. And there in the cool the daily news and a country's face I hardly recognize would slip away for a while...slip off down some old road back in to the cool. - Pieta Brown, 2004 Product Description Like an element of nature or a late night dream, Pieta Brown speaks from a place deep inside, choosing her words carefully, relying on subtle precision and poetry to keep her balance. With

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  • Hey, Good Lookin'

    Hey, Good Lookin' Cole Porter Description Track Listing I'm In Love Again (Greenwich Village Follies) - Vaughn De Leath Looking At You (Wake Up And Dream) - Hutch (Leslie A Hutchinson) They All Fall In Love (The Battle Of Paris) - Pat O'Malley + Duo/Jack Hylton & His Orchestra I've Got You On My Mind (The Gay Divorce) - Fred Astaire/Leo Reisman & His Orchestra It's Bad For Me (Nymph Errant) - Gertrude Lawrence How Could We Be Wrong? (Nymph Errant) - Raie Da Costa Nymph Errant (Nymph Errant) - Gertrude

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  • NIGHT THE WORLD EXPLODED THE W/S

    > NIGHT THE WORLD EXPLODED THE W/S NIGHT THE WORLD EXPLODED THE W /S the -night -the -world -exploded Product Description Dr. Conway has perfected a machine which he believes will predict earthquakes, and has determined that one will strike California within 24 hours. He and his patron, Dr. Morton, attempt to convince the Governor but he cannot bring himself to declare an emergency when there is no proof the machine works - which, within 24 hours, it is proven to do. More significantly, Conway is getting

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  • Begin The Beguine

    Begin The Beguine Hutch Description Leslie A. Hutchinson (1900-1969), known simply as "Hutch", had one of the most famous and best-loved voices of the late 30s and 40s. With his charming and debonair personality, his skilful piano playing and that unmistakeable, chocolate-flavoured baritone, he was among the most enduringly popular entertainers (even into his sixties). Red carnation in buttonhole below handsome good looks, he was the archetypal crooner par excellence, and his recordings sold in millions.

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  • Hutch Sings Gershwin & Porter - Let's Do It! - 1920s, 30s & 40s

    Hutch Sings Gershwin & Porter - Let's Do It! - 1920s, 30s & 40s Leslie Hutchinson is synonymous with the songs of Cole Porter and we are proud to present his almost complete oeuvre here. Hutch recalled that he 'played double piano with Cole Porter and he taught me how to play his songs as he wanted them sung'. "My dear girl how lovely once again to listen to Hutch & His Piano playing and voice, on the Lets Do It CD. Also the wonderful CD Great British Dance Bands - why on earth the English girls went mad

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