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Release title: Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers - Shall We Dance & Swing Time 1936-1937 Volume 2

 
Genre is Jazz  Stage & Screen 
Style is Soundtrack  Swing 
This album was released on the label Sountrak (catalog number STK-106)
This album was released in 1976 year. US

All track songs from this album Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers - Shall We Dance & Swing Time 1936-1937 Volume 2 You can not listen to (this is not available) here, download mp3 music, individually or the whole album
# Track title Download Type of content Text Track length
Swing Time (1937) ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A1 Overture ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A2 Pick Yourself Up ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A3 The Way You Look Tonight ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A4 The Waltz In Swing-Time ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A5 A Fine Romance ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A6 Bojangles Of Harlem ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A7 Never Gonna Dance ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A8 Finale ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
Shall We Dance (1936) ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B1 Overture ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B2 Slap That Bass ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B3 (I've Got) Beginner's Luck ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B4 They All Laughed ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B5 Let's Call The Whole Thing Off ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B6 They Can't Take That Away From Me ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B7 Shall We Dance (Finale) ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?

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  • Swing Time - Rogers and Astaire

    In this Swing Time clip, Lucky, Astaire, saves Penny's, Rogers, job by showing how much she has taught him. The first true dance number with the two, the other being with Fred fumbling and...

  • Fred Astaire - Follow the Fleet (Overture)-We Saw the Sea

    Fred Astaire - Follow the Fleet (Overture)-We Saw the Sea.

  • Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers - Pick Yourself Up [High Quality]

    An iconic dance scene from the 1936 movie 'Swing Time'. This movie was selected in 2004 for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally,...

  • The Way You Look Tonight

    Timeless scene from the 1936 movie "Swing Time". Fred Astaire singing "The Way You Look Tonight" No copyright infringement intended.

  • Waltz in Swing Time

    Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire "Waltz in Swing Time" from Swing Time (1936)

  • Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers - A Fine Romance (1936)

    Performed by: Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers Full Song Title: A Fine Romance Performed in: 1936 Here is another one of my all time favorites of Fred Astaire. And let me tell you, there will...

  • Astaire Fred Bojangles of Harlem from Swing Time 1936


  • Fred Astaire (singing to Ginger Rogers) - "Never Gonna Dance" from the 1936 Movie SWING TIME

    (No Copyright Infringement Intended) Fred Astaire as "Lucky Garnett" singing "Never Gonna Dance" to Penny Carroll played by Ginger Rogers from the 1936 movie "Swing Time"

  • Fred Astaire and Vera Ellen - Courier and Ives finale

    Last part from Courier and Ives number (Bell of New York (1951) movie) - if not the best, for sure most difficult and most sophisticated Astaire dance duet. One of my favorites. Two best film...

  • Fred Astaire - Shall We Dance

    Fred Astaire - Shall We Dance (from ''Shall We Dance'' 1937) this song written by George Gershwin.

  • Slap That Bass

    Good tap dance by Astaire (in a 'super-stylized' ship's engine room) in the film "Shall We Dance" (RKO, 1937).

  • I've Got Beginner's Luck

    Fred Astaire singing "I've Got Beginner's Luck" from Shall We Dance with Ginger Rogers. There's also some dog-walking and sweater destruction in the beginning.

  • Fred Astaire Sings "They All Laughed" from "Shall We Dance" (1937)

    This song is a George & Ira Gershwin composition, written for the 1937 musical, "Shall We Dance", starring Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers. The movie is the seventh of ten films starring Astaire...

  • Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers - Let's Call The Whole Thing Off HQ

    Scene from "Shall We Dance" (1937)

  • Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers - They Can't Take That Away From Me

    Clip from Shall We Dance 1937 with Fred singing 'They Can't Take That Away From Me' to Ginger followed by a clip from The Barkleys of Broadway 1949 where they dance (not included in this video...

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