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First Break - Dinah Shore - Dinah Shore Speaks (Vinyl)

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  1. The first of two episodes on this tape. One in this satirical soap opera series about Mary Hartman, a housewife from Fernwood, Ohio. In this episode, as Mary and Martha watch on the television set in Mary's kitchen, Loretta makes her appearance on Dinah Shore's first live television broadcast.
  2. One of America's most popular entertainers long after her mid-'40s commercial peak, Dinah Shore was the first major vocalist to break away from the big-band format and begin a solo-billed career.
  3. Jul 03,  · The Dinah was named after Dinah Shore, a legendary singer, TV personality, and golfer. She founded the Colgate-Dinah Shore Winner’s Circle, a golf tournament and major magnet for lesbian athletes and their fans. Us lezzies and our sports! That’s how Dinah Shore become a tongue in cheek lesbian identifier. Okay, so you know the history.
  4. Dinah Shore (born Fannye Rose Shore; February 29, – February 24, ) was an American singer, actress, and television personality, and the top-charting female vocalist of the s. She rose to prominence as a recording artist during the Big Band era, but achieved even greater success a decade later, in television, mainly as hostess of a series of variety programs for Chevrolet.
  5. Dinah Shore Speaks. LP / 12" Shipping Rates are as follows: United States: $4 dollars first LP, $1 for each additional LP. International: $18 dollars first LP, $4 Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. If you are familiar with Dinah Shore's hits of the 's on RCA and Columbia, this album may come as a surprise. Dinah Shore the band singer here is replaced by Dinah the jazz inspired song stylist. As Previn says in his liner notes, she is "a gas." Some of the numbers are accompanied by piano only, the rest adding a subtle bass and drums/5(26).
  7. Blues in Advance One of America's most popular entertainers long after her mid-'40s commercial peak, Dinah Shore was the first major vocalist to break away from the big-band format .
  8. Believe it or not, this one has a wisp of a plot. A pair of enterprising producers, played by S.Z. Sakall and Edward Everett Horton, want to hire singer Dinah Shore for their upcoming Cavalcade of Stars. Unfortunately, this means they must deal with Shore's boss, radio comedian Eddie Cantor.