Композиция была издана на альбоме «Sings Sweet Songs For Swingers» в 1959 году

Lullaby Of Broadway Ella Fitzgerald

Статистика ротаций Количество проигрываний композиции на радио в Санкт-Петербурге


Песня «Lullaby Of Broadway» играла очень давно на радиостанции «Радио России FM 99.0».

Уже больше года её не слышно в эфире радиостанций Санкт-Петербурга.

До этого композиция играла эксклюзивно только на радио «Радио России FM 99.0».

Текст песни Ella Fitzgerald — Lullaby Of Broadway

"Lullaby of Broadway"
is a popular song with music written by Harry Warren and lyrics by Al Dubin, published in 1935.
The song was introduced by Wini Shaw in the musical film Gold Diggers of 1935 and, in an unusual move, it was used as background music in a sequence in the Bette Davis film Special Agent that same year. It won the 1936 Academy Award for Best Original Song. The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra version was popular at the time of release. Also in 1936, it served as part of the background music of the Merrie Melodies cartoon Page Miss Glory, also based on a Dubin-Warren song.
Ella Fitzgerald recorded this song on her Verve release Ella Fitzgerald Sings Sweet Songs for Swingers, accompanied by the Frank DeVol Orchestra.
In 1951, Warner Brothers released a film of the same name starring Doris Day. The Day version, backed by Harry James orchestra, hit the Cashbox Top 50 the same year.
From 1959-1960, "Lullaby of Broadway" was the theme song of the syndicated television series, Johnny Midnight, starring Edmond O'Brien in the title role as a New York City actor-turned-private detective.
The song was recorded by Connie Francis in 1962 and 1963, Caterina Valente in 1963, the Pasadena Roof Orchestra in 1973 and Tony Bennett and the Dixie Chicks as a track for his 2006 album Duets: An American Classic. It is also featured in a memorable episode of Taxi (performed by Marilu Henner) and the Broadway musical 42nd Street, originated by Jerry Orbach playing Julian Marsh in the 1980 original Broadway cast.
Chelsea Krombach covered this song on her debut album Profile (2004).
Bette Midler recorded a cover of the song for her album Bette Midler (1973). The song is performed as a medley with "Optimistic Voices".
The song was performed by the Muppets in the Gilda Radner episode of The Muppet Show.
Dianne Reeves recorded it in 2003 on her album "A Little Moonlight."
In 2005, Idina Menzel recorded a pop/hip-hop version of the song for the end credits of ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway.