Who was Dorothy Fields?
Dorothy Fields (1904-1974) was one of the great Broadway lyricists,
who wrote popular songs for revues, films and shows for nearly 50
She wrote well over 400 songs.
The hallmarks of her work are a touching simplicity of expression
and a gift for matching the rhythms of colloquial speech to music.
Her best-known standards include :
I Can't Give You Anything But Love Don't
On The Sunny Side Of The Street A Fine Romance
I'm In The Mood For Love The Way You Look Tonight
Big Spender If My Friends Could See Me Now
New CD of Dorothy Fields songs: Somethin' Real Special
PS Classics, the recording company that celebrates "the heritage of Broadway and American popular song" has just released an addition to its tremendous catalogue of recordings: a new CD of Dorothy Fields songs.
Executive Producer is a great admirer of Dorothy Fields and the new CD from singer Philip Chaffin has a great selection of standards and rarities. This appears to be the first CD of Dorothy Fields songs ever recorded by a male singer!
For more details visit the PS Classics site here.
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