Betty Hutton - Hollywood's Blonde Bombshell flac mp3
Incendiary Blonde" (1945). Ragtime Cowboy Joe. 1-17. Oh, By Jingo: Oh, By Gee. 1-18.
Welcome to Classic 1950s Hollywood Blonde Bombshells, a salute to some of the most beautiful blonde actresses of the 1950s, most of whom found themselves being compared to Marilyn Monroe. It's not hard to understand why. Marilyn was a sensation, and each studio wanted their own version.
In Hollywood she was the "Blonde Bombshell," a bright, brassy woman who played her attractive alto more for laughs than art. The daughter of a grass widow who ran a series of low-rent speakeasies, Betty Hutton (1921-2007) hit the New York stage in 1938. By 1940 she was en route to stage stardom when an irate Ethel Merman derailed what should have been a career-making role in the Cole Porter show PANAMA HATTIE.
Betty Hutton - The Blonde Bombshell 2 CD set is brand-new and has never been opened or played, still in its original shrink-wrap. Ol' Man Mose The Jitterbug If You Build A Better Mousetrap from The Fleet's In Not Mine from The Fleet's In Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry from The Fleet's In I'm Doin' It For Defense from Star Spangled Rhythm Murder, He Says from Happy Go Lucky The Fuddy Duddy Watchmaker from Happy Go Lucky Let's.
Betty Hutton (born Elizabeth June Thornburg; February 26, 1921 – March 12, 2007) was an American stage, film, and television actress, comedian, dancer, and singer. Hutton was born Elizabeth June Thornburg in Battle Creek, Michigan. While she was very young, her father abandoned the family for another woman. They did not hear of him again until they received a telegram in 1937, informing them of his suicide.
Betty Hutton Blonde Bombshell 2 CD Set 50 Greatest Hits.
|1||Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing in a Hurry Johnny Mercer / Victor Schertzinger||Betty Hutton||2:51|
|2||Murder, He Says Frank Loesser / Jimmy McHugh||Betty Hutton||2:21|
|3||Fuddy Duddy Watchmaker||Betty Hutton||2:18|
|4||I've Got Blue Birds in My Belfry||Betty Hutton feat: Michael Herman||2:50|
|5||Murder, He Says # 2||Betty Hutton||3:10|
|6||Stuff Like That There Ray Evans / Jay Livingston||Betty Hutton||3:09|
|7||Parody on the Peanut Vendor||Betty Hutton feat: Dennis Day||1:39|
|8||Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief Hoagy Carmichael / Paul Francis Webster||Betty Hutton||3:05|
|9||Papa, Don't Preach to Me||Betty Hutton||2:45|
|10||My Rocking Horse Ran Away||Betty Hutton||3:45|
|11||Bushel and a Peck Frank Loesser||Betty Hutton feat: Perry Como||2:48|
CreditsHoagy Carmichael - Composer
Perry Como - Guest Artist, Primary Artist
Dennis Day - Guest Artist, Primary Artist
The Dinning Sisters - Guest Artist
Ray Evans - Composer
Michael Herman - Primary Artist
Woody Herman & His Orchestra - Guest Artist
Betty Hutton - Primary Artist
Jay Livingston - Composer
Frank Loesser - Composer
Jimmy McHugh - Composer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Victor Schertzinger - Composer
Paul Francis Webster - Composer