Connie Boswell With Ben Pollack And His Orchestra - Yours And Mine / Am I In Love? mp3 flac
- Album: Yours And Mine / Am I In Love?
- MP3: 1377 mb | FLAC: 1591 mb
- Released: 1937
- Style: Vocal
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 606
- Format: MIDI MP3 AA AUD DTS AC3 AHX
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Boswell also sang in a number of Hollywood films, including It's All Yours (1937), Artists and Models (1937), Syncopation (1942) and Swing Parade of 1946, as well as with the Boswell Sisters in 1932's The Big Broadcast and 1934's Moulin Rouge. Boswell was interviewed via phone by Bill Fisher on WOWO (Fort Wayne, Indiana). The acetate disk's label contained no date. But since her then new Decca single of "Begin The Beguine" was promoted in it, the date should be presumed to be 1952. Why Don't You Fall in Love with Me". 21. 1946. Connee Boswell Sings The Rodgers & Hart Song Folio. Sand In My Shoes- Connie Boswell 20 Classic Tracks" MCA Records, 1975. Connee Boswell (1995, out of print).
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|A||Yours And Mine
Written-By – Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown
|B||Am I In Love?
Written-By – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
- Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
NotesSide A - From the M-G-M Production "Broadway Melody of 1938".
Side B - From the Warner Bros. Production "Mr. Dodd Takes The Air".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): DLA 851 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): DLA 867 A