Fred Astaire- My One & Only

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Listen to multi talented Actor, Dancer and Singer Fred Astair.
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No. Track Name Artist
1 My one and only Fred Astaire
2 Night and Day Fred Astaire
3 Puttin'on the Ritz Fred Astaire
4 A Fine Romance Fred Astaire
5 Cheek to Cheek Fred Astaire
6 I've Got You On My Mind Fred Astaire
7 Swiss Miss Fred Astaire
8 I Can't Be Bothered Now Fred Astaire
9 Funny Face Fred Astaire
10 Louisiana Fred Astaire
11 High Hat Fred Astaire
12 The Continental Fred Astaire
13 Change Partners Fred Astaire
14 Crazy Feet Fred Astaire
15 The Babbit and the Bromide Fred Astaire
16 Fascinating Rhythm Fred Astaire
17 White Heat Fred Astaire
18 Not My Girl Fred Astaire
19 The Half of it Dearie Blues Fred Astaire
20 Hang On To Me Fred Astaire

Did you know
Fred Astaire remained physically active well into his eighties, recording a series of albums and still making films. At age seventy-eight, he broke his left wrist riding his grandson’s skateboard.

About Fred Astair

Fred Astaire worked steadily in various entertainment media during nine decades of the 20th century. The most celebrated dancer in the history of film, with appearances in 31 movie musicals between 1933 and 1968 (and a special Academy Award in recognition of his accomplishments in them), Astaire also danced on-stage and on television (garnering two Emmy Awards in the process), and he even treated listening audiences to his accomplished tap dancing on records and on his own radio series. He appeared in another eight non-musical feature films and on numerous television programs, resulting in an Academy Award nomination and a third Emmy Award as an actor. His light tenor voice and smooth, conversational phrasing made him an ideal interpreter for the major songwriters of his era, and he introduced dozens of pop standards, many of them written expressly for him, by such composers as Harold Arlen, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Burton Lane, Frank Loesser, Johnny Mercer, Cole Porter, Arthur Schwartz, Harry Warren, and Vincent Youmans. Although his efforts as a dancer necessarily overshadowed his purely musical work, he made hundreds of recordings over a period of more than 50 years, resulting in several major hits.

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