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Marilyn Monroe ‎- Legends (1976) Vinyl

Vinyl Rips / Hi-Res 24 bit / Pop / Jazz / Vocal Jazz 22-01-2019, 04:11 108 0 aleXs All albums Marilyn Monroe

Quality: FLAC 24 bit / 96 kHz (Tracks)
Artist: Marilyn Monroe
Title: Legends
Released: 1976
Style: Vocal Jazz, Swing, Oldies
RAR Size: 1.10 Gb


1. Marilyn at 1954 recording session of "A Fine Romance" (2:20)
2. Marilyn at 1954 recording session of "Like a Woman Should" (2:44)
3. Marilyn at 1954 recording session of "You'd Be Surprised" (3:02)
4. "Love Happy," 1949. Scene with private eye Groucho Marx. (0:16)
5. Royal Triton TV commercial for Union Oil Co., 1950. (Marilyn's only commercial.) (0:20)
6. "Ladies of the Chorus," 1948. Song "Anyone Can See I Love You." (1:21)
7. "Ladies of the Chorus." Song "Every Baby Needs a Da-Da-Daddy." (2:56)
8. "Ladies of the Chorus," 1948. Song "Anyone Can See I Love You." (1:28)
9. "The River of No Return," 1954. Scene with Tommy Rettig and song "Down in the Meadow." (2:58)
10. "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," 1953. Song "Little Girl From Little Rock" with Jane Russel (complete version with Main Title and End Title). (5:29)
11. "The Jack Benny Show," Sept. 13, 1953. Marilyn's TV debut. Song "Bye Bye Baby." (4:41)
12. Marilyn in Korea, 1954. Sing "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend." (0:57)
13. "How To Marry a Millionaire," 1953. Main Title by Alfred Newman and scenes with Betty Grable and Lauren Bacall. (4:02)
14. "Niagara," 1952. Marilyn reacts to her interrupted "Kiss." (2:02)
15. "The Seven Year Itch," 1955. Scenes with Tom Ewell including "Rachmaninoff" and "Chopsticks." (5:11)
16. "There's No Business Like Show Business," 1954. Song "A Man Chases a Girl" with Donald O'Connor. (2:08)
17. Marilyn accepts 1952 Photoplay Award from Lauren Bacall for "most promising actress." (0:40)
18. Marilyn meets the press after returning to Hollywood for "Bus Stop" in 1956. (0:57)
19. "Bus Stop," 1956. Song "That Old Black Magic." (3:08)
20. "The Prince and the Showgirl," 1957. Scene with Laurence Olivier and song "I Found a Dream." (1:05)
21. "Some Like It Hot," 1959. Scene with Tony Curtis and song " Some Like It Hot." (4:25)
22. JFK birthday party in Madison Square Garden, 1962. Marilyn sings "Happy Birthday" and special lyric to "Thanks for the Memory." (2:05)
23. "Something's Gotta Give," 1962. Scenes from uncompleted film with Dean Martin, Phil Silvers and Wally Cox. (3:33)

For the first time... Marilyn Monroe sings "A Fine Romance," Like A Woman Should," "You'd Be Surprised," "That Old Black Magic," "Down In The Meadow," "I Found A Dream," "Anyone Can See I Love You," "Every Baby Needs A Da-Da-Daddy," "Some Like It Hot," and others.
23 selections in their first LP release!

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