Helen Shapiro ‎– Straighten Up And Fly Right

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Dureco ‎– 88.085
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 Let Yourself Go 2:57
A2 You Go To My Head
Saxophone – John Earle
3:08
A3 The Way You Look Tonight
Featuring [Tap Dancing] – Derek Hartley
2:36
A4 Where Or When
Double Bass – Harvey Weston, Jim RichardsonVocals – Glenn Tilbrook
3:25
A5 Straighten Up And Fly Right 2:42
B1 Cry Me A River 2:38
B2 It's All Right With Me
Saxophone – Steve Gregory
3:11
B3 It's Only A Paper Moon 2:43
B4 Serenade In Blue 3:41
B5 They Can't Take That Away From Me 3:00
B6 Funny 4:40

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Notes

Track A1: first sung by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in the film "Follow The Fleet" (1936)
Track A2: first recorded by Larry Clinton and his Orchestra with vocal by Bea Wain (1938)
Track A3: first sung by Fred Astaire in the film "Swing Time" (1936)
Track A4: first sung by Mitzi Green and Ray Heatherington in the musical version of "Babes In Arms" and sung by Judy Garland in the film version (1939)
Track A5: first recorded by Nat King Cole (1943)
Track B1: first recorded by Juli London and featured by her in the film "The Girl Can't Help It" (1956)
Track B2: first sung by Peter Cookson in the Broadway stage version of "Can Can" (1953)
Track B3: Originally performed as "If You Believed In Me" by Claire Carleton in the play "The Great Magoo" (1932) and first sung as "It's Only A Paper Moon" by June Knight and Buddy Rogers in the film "Take A Chance" (1933)
Track B4: first performed by the Glenn Miller Orchestra (with vocal by Ray Eberle and the Modernaires) in the film "Orchestra Wives" 1942
Track B5: first sung by Fred Astaire in "Shall We Dance" (1937)
Track B6: first sung by Helen Shapiro in the stage musical "'Ello 'Ello 'Ello" (1982)

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