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  1. Wake Up and Dream is a musical revue with a book by John Hastings Turner and music and lyrics by Cole Porter and others. The most famous song from the revue is the Porter standard What Is This Thing Called Love?
  2. SXA - Stan Kenton - Sophisticated Approach [] Darn That Dream/Easy To Love/My One And Only Love//It Might As Well Be Spring/You Stepped Out Of A Dream SXA - Nat King Cole/George Shearing Quintet - Nat King Cole Sings, The George Shearing Quintet Plays [] Let There Be Love/Azure-Te//(Side 2 titles unavailable).
  3. What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter) January 17, Studio April 24, Studio Whatcha' Gonna Do (Nat Cole) September 2, Studio What'll I Do (Irving Berlin) August 6, Studio When I Grow Too Old To Dream (Sigmund Romberg, Oscar Hammerstein II) September 24, Studio.
  4. Format: 12" Vinyl, Year: , Label: London Records (LTZ-P), Length: Release “Sonny Criss Plays Cole Porter” by Sonny Criss - MusicBrainz Log In.
  5. The King Cole Trio: What Is This Thing Called Love: Cole Porter 3. F Track C1 -- From the Stage Production "Girl Crazy" Track C2 -- From the Musical Comedy "Wake Up And Dream" Images The King Cole Trio - If You Stub Your Toe On The Moon / Don't Cry, Cry Baby - Capitol - USA () Previous by Artist. Buddy Cole - The Organ Plays At.
  6. Oct 19,  · A companion volume to You're the Top: Cole Porter in the s, this boxed set features seventy-two classic recordings by such renowned performers as Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Benny Goodman, Frank Sinatra, and many others/5(5).
  7. * Davis & Schwegler / King Cole's Swingsters - There's No Anesthetic For Love / Dixie Jamboree * Davis & Schwegler / King Cole's Swingsters - Ta-De-Ah / Riffin' At The Bar-B-Q * Davis & Schwegler / King Cole's Swingsters - Harlem Swing / I Lost Control Of Myself * Davis & Schwegler / King Cole's Swingsters - The Land Of Make Believe / That .
  8. For example, when he wakes up from the best sleep he's had in years and doesn't remember where he is, he follows his rule number twenty-nine, the one that says, "When you wake up and don't know for sure where you're at it's best to pretend you're still asleep until you can figure out what's going on and what you should do" ().

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