[78-L] The Glamorous, Unpredictable Tallulah Bankhead
dlennick at sympatico.ca
Sat Sep 8 13:35:58 PDT 2012
She's on the ANTA Album of Stars Volume 2, which was not released on 78s, and
for some reason the artist index to the Decca Master Books doesn't list her at
all (but there she is on volume 3 page 392).
Correction. She is listed. Under T (I kid you not).
On 9/8/2012 4:28 PM, Jack Raymond wrote:
> Apart from the Columbia that Philip cites I know of only one other released 78 -- a 1930 record with Ray Noble's Orchestra of What Do I Care?/Don't Tell Him What Happened to Me on HMV B-3687. There's also a nice scene from Private Lives with Donald Cook on a 16" transcription -- Treasury's Guest Star No. 29. Both Bankhead and Cook were in a 1948 production of the show.
> -- Jack Raymond
> David Lennick wrote:
>> Other than radio bits, acting (ANTA Album, Co-Star) and some other soundtrack
>> stuff, Hollywood On Record lists her on the soundtrack album of "The
>> Daydreamer" (Columbia). And the entire first season of The Big Show is
>> available from First Generation Radio Archives, wherein I think she does get
>> off a semi-tolerable version of "Broadway" and choruses of whatever other songs
>> the entire cast was doing.
>> On 9/7/2012 2:00 AM, Philip Fukuda wrote:
>>> I recently got a copy of Tallulah croaking "You Go To My Head" and "I'll Be Seeing You" on Columbia 39109.
>>> OK, so I'm a masochist. What other postwar Tallulah Bankhead records are there (singing, not dramatic)? Did she record "Give My Regards to Broadway" on 78? She sang it often on The Big Show.
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