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The Vintage Recordings Of: Cliff Edwards
Take Two 419 (CD)
Rating: ****

An excellent CD with fine representations of Cliff Edwards material from 1922 to 1936. Includes some rare unissued test pressings from 1944.

1. Homesick 11. Singin' In The Rain
2. I Want Somebody To Cheer Me Up 12. I'll See You In My Dreams
3. I'm Crying 'Cause I Know I'm Losing You 13. Hush My Mouth (If I Ain't Goin' South)
4. Half-Way To Heaven 14. Love Is Just Around The Corner
5. That's My Weakness Now 15. One Little Kiss
6. Together 16. Somebody Loves Me
7. I Can't Make Her Happy (That Girl Of Mine) 17. It Had To Be You
8. It Goes Like This (That Funny Melody) 18. A Love Like Ours
9. Good Little Bad Little You 19. Hold On To Your Heart
10. My Old Girl's My New Girl Now 20. My Melancholy Baby


The Vintage Recordings Of: Cliff Edwards
Take Two TT-205 (LP)
Rating: ***

The Take Two CD version listed above is far superior to the original LP.

1. Singin' In The Rain 8. Dream Sweetheart
2. I Can't Give You Anything But Love 9. A Great Big Bunch Of You
3. That's My Weakness Now 10. It's Only A Paper Moon
4. Half-Way To Heaven 11. Love Is Just Around The Corner
5. Singing A Song To The Stars 12. I Want To Call You Sweet Mama
6. Hang On To Me 13. A Love Like Ours
7. I'll See You In My Dreams 14. It Had To Be You

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