THE HELEN SHAPIRO FRIENDS CLUB

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The UK Albums 1983

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$(15-07-1983) Straighten Up And Fly Right Oval OVLP-507

Side 1: 1.Let yourself go 2.You go to my head 3.The way you look tonight 4.Where or when 5.Straighten up and fly right 6.Cry me a river Side 2: 1.It's all right with me 2.It's only a paper moon 3.Serenade in blue 4.They can't take that away from me 5.Funny

EMI Poster

$(1983) Tops with Me/Helen Hits Out EMI-1546343 cassette EDP-1546351

EDP1546341A Side 1: 1.Little devil 2.Will you love me tomorrow? 3.Because they're young 4.The day the rains came 5.Are you lonesome tonight? 6.A teenager in love

EDP1546341B Side 2: 1.Lipstick on your collar 2.Beyond the sea (La Mer) 3.Sweet nothin's 4.You mean everything to me 5.I love you 6.You got what it takes

EDP1546351A Side 3: 1.My guy 2.All alone am I 3.He's a rebel 4.Move over darling 5.Keep your hands off my baby 6.Remember me 7.Shop around

EDP1546351B Side 4: 1.Walk on by 2.The end of the world 3.It might as well rain until September 4.Baby it's you 5.Please Mr postman 6.It's in his kiss 7.Stay

Trivia.

Straighten Up And Fly Right:

Side 1 track 1: first sung by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in the film "Follow The Fleet" (1936)

Side 1 track 2: first recorded by Larry Clinton and his Orchestra with vocal by Bea Wain (1938)

Side 1 track 3: first sung by Fred Astaire in the film "Swing Time" (1936)

Side 1 track 4: 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)

Side 1 track 5: first recorded by Nat King Cole (1943)

Side 1 track 6: first recorded by Julie London and featured by her in the film "The Girl Can't Help It" (1956)

Side 2 track 2: first sung by Peter Cookson in the Broadway stage version of "Can Can" (1953)

Side 2 track 3: 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)

Side 2 track 4: first performed by the Glenn Miller Orchestra (with vocal by Ray Eberle and the Modernaires) in the film "Orchestra Wives" (1942)

Side 2 track 5: first sung by Fred Astaire in "Shall We Dance" (1937)

Side 2 track 6: first sung by Helen in the stage musical "'Ello 'Ello 'Ello" (1982)

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Most recent revision 9th November, 2020