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8 thoughts on “ The Face On The Dime - Betty Garrett, Lawrence Winters - Call Me Mister (Vinyl, LP)

  1. The major male performer was Lawrence Winters, an African-American who expressed the point of view of his race "The Face on the Dime." [When Decca reissued the original Broadway cast album of Call Me Mister on a 10" LP in (DLP), the song "When We Meet Again" was edited, with its opening section and introductory verse deleted.] 6/
  2. the face on the dime is F.D.R A portrait of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States, has appeared on the US dime (ten cent) coin since
  3. Nov 25,  · Argo The Argo label was dark blue with silver print. Both the Jazz series and the blues series used the same label. Jazz Series: 7-LPS - Sonny Stitt - Sonny Stitt at the D.J. Lounge [] (LP rel. ) It All Depends On You//Jay Tee 7-LPS - Ahmad Jamal - Ahmad Jamal's Alhambra [] (LP rel. ) Broadway//The Party's Over/Willow Weep For Me.
  4. Call Me Mister, musical play: Yuletide, Park Avenue - Vocal Septet/Betty Garrett Call Me Mister, musical play: When We Meet Again - Chorus Call Me Mister, musical play: The Face on the Dime Call Me Mister, musical play: South America, Take it Away - Male Trio/Betty Garrett .
  5. This Is The Army/Call Me Mister/Winged Victory Milton Rosenstock, Pvt. Stuart Churchill, Earl Oxford, Staff Sgt. Ezra Stone, Cpl. James Stump Cross, All Soldier Orchestra & Chorus, Pvt. Robert Shanley, Irving Berlin, Lawrence Winters, Paula Bane, Betty Garrett, Jules Munshin, Bill Callahan, Chorus.
  6. This is the Army: The Original All Soldier Cast, Orchestra and Chorus ; Corporal Milton Rosenstock, conductor. Call me mister: Betty Garrett, Lawrence Winters, and others ; chorus and orchestra ; Lehman Engel, conductor. Event notes: Recorded in New York City, July 28, 30, (This is the Army), and April 28, (Call me Mister). Description.
  7. Betty Garrett achieved stardom singing the hit "South America, Take It Away," in which a USO hostess complains about rhumba rhythms, and she also had fun with "Little Surplus Me," while "Military Life" took a less-than-reverent look at veterans. Decca Records recorded both shows and issued 78 RPM albums in and , respectively.
  8. I can't review the Irving Berlin portion of this CD, but I can the Call Me Mister portion. I have the 10 inch LP it came from. The music is really fun, though it definitely is a return to an era long gone. It made Betty Garrett a star. Her "South America" and "Little Surplus Me" are wonderful turns by her. Lawrence Winters' voice starts the /5(7).

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