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Say It Isn’t So

Say It Isn't So



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Say It Isn’t So · Aretha Franklin

Laughing On the Outside (Expanded Edition)

℗ 2011 Sony Music Entertainment

Conductor, Arranger, Producer: Robert Mersey
Composer, Lyricist: Irving Berlin
Piano: Dave Grusin
Guitar: William (Billy) Strange
Bass: Melvin Pollan
Piano: Russell Bridges
Bass: Ray Pohlman
Drums: Hal Blaine
Guitar: Tommy Tedesco
Saxophone: Plas Johnson
Violin: Sid Sharp
Violin: Tibor Zelig
Violin: Leonard Malarsky
Violin: Irving Lipschultz
Violin: Irving Weinper
Violin: Darrel Terwilliger
Cello: Jesse Erlich

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Betty Boo – Say It Isn’t So [UK Grapevine GRP 125] 24 Aug 1979 [HD]

Betty Boo - Say It Isn't So [UK Grapevine GRP 125] 24 Aug 1979 [HD]



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Betty Boo – Say It Isn’t So c/w Popcorn & Mohawks – Say It Isn’t So [Instr] [UK Grapevine GRP 125] 24 Aug 1979 [Written: Richard Wylie,Tony Hestor] [Producer: Richard Wylie] Ala King [MCPS].

Betty Boo real name Betty Winston who along with her younger sister Jackie and fellow sisters Pat and Diane Lewis recorded three 45 singles as The Adorables for Ed Wingate’s legendary Golden World label during an eighteen month period. With the tour de force of the three 45 release’s being their in demand Ooh Boy/Devil In His Heart [GW25].

Following Berry Gordy’s buy out of Golden World label Betty continued to record several, at the time unissued songs for Popcorn Wylie. Following a licensing deal between Soul Bowl proprietor John Anderson and Popcorn Wylie these unissued sides would eventually see the light of day through their subsequent release on the Grapevine label of the 1970’s. The most popular of Betty’s sides at that time was the perennial favourite ‘Say It Isn’t So’ due to the extensive promotional airplay it was given by influential northern soul Dj’s Richard Searling, Ian Clark and Poke. ‘Say It isn’t So’ Went on to gain 45 single release as well as featuring on the second Grapevine album ‘The Sound Of The Grapevine’ A second song ‘Spellbound’ which too back in the day became a hugely popular spin was to only ever gain a release as an album track on the first Grapevine album ‘Talk Of The Grapevine’ along with Betty’s unissued version of ‘[Somebody] Stop That Boy’. A song that did gain a release by Jimmy [Soul] Clark as the flipside to his northern soul classic ‘[Come On And Be My] Sweet Darlin’ [Soul Hawk 001]. So now nearly 40 years later we at Soul Junction records have rectified this previous over sight and have now finally given Betty’s ‘Spellbound ‘ the 45 release it richly deserves complete with the previously unissued [on any format] instrumental version featured on the flipside.

The artist name of Betty Boo arose on the day of Betty’s birth when her mother looked into her cot and exclaimed ‘That’s the biggest bootie I ever seen on a newborn child’ a family nickname that stuck to this day. Although ‘Spellbound’ is credited to just Betty Boo, her former Adorables partners Pat and Diane Lewis, and sister Jackie are featured on the recording as un-credited backing singers.

The Adorables
Vocal soul group from Detroit, Michigan, active in the early 1960s. The members were sisters Pat and Diane Lewis and sisters Betty and Jackie Winston.

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Lisa Kudrow’s Son Isn’t a Fan of Friends

Lisa Kudrow's Son Isn't a Fan of Friends



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Lisa reveals her sixteen year old son’s opinion of the show Friends.

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Diana Krall Isn’t It Romantic from Turn Up The Quiet

Diana Krall Isn't It Romantic from Turn Up The Quiet



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Diana Krall’s latest, 2017 album, Turn Up the Quiet, celebrates Jazz and the Great American Songbook, reuniting Diana with Grammy Award-winning producer, Tommy LiPuma.

Diana Krall is the only jazz singer to have eight albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums chart. To date, her albums have garnered five Grammy Awards, eight Juno Awards and have also earned nine gold, three platinum and seven multi-platinum albums. Diana Krall’s unique artistry transcends any single musical style and has made her one of the most acclaimed artists of our time. (Editorial Review)

“Isn’t It Romantic?” is part of the Great American Songbook. The music was composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The romantic jazz ballad was introduced in the 1932 film Love Me Tonight.

Slideshow images are from Diana Krall’s 2017 broadcast appearance promoting Turn Up The Quiet on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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Lyrics:
Isn’t it romantic?
Music in the night, a dream that can be heard
Isn’t it romantic?
Moving shadows write the oldest magic word
I hear the breezes playing in the trees above
While all the world is saying you were meant for love
Isn’t it romantic?
Merely to be young on such a night as this?
Isn’t it romantic?
Every note that’s sung is like a lover’s kiss
Sweet symbols in the moonlight
Do you mean that I will fall in love perchance?
Isn’t it romance?
Sweet symbols in the moonlight
Do you mean that I will fall in love perchance?
Isn’t it romantic?
Isn’t it romance?

Johnny Bartel And The Soul Masters – If This Isn’t Love – SOLID STATE: 2514 DJ white

Johnny Bartel And The Soul Masters - If This Isn't Love - SOLID STATE: 2514 DJ white



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White & black label PROMO press, in fine clean condition. Killer Northern Soul – but do not overlook the impressive vocal group harmony mid-tempo on the flipside, so delicious.
A Side
Title: If This Isn’t Love
Produced By: Sonny Lester
Arranged By: Sonny Lester
Written By: J. J. Martin
B Side
Title: I Waited Too Long
Produced By: Sonny Lester
Arranged By: Sonny Lester
Written By: Neil Sedaka & Howard. Greenfield
Year: 1967
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Isn’t It Romantic?

Isn't It Romantic?



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Stardust: the Great American Songbook 3, released in 2004, is Rod Stewart’s third album of Pop standards. The album was dedicated to the Tartan Army.

Chart Performance

In the USA, Stardust reached #1, Rod Stewart’s first #1 album there since 1978’s Blondes Have More Fun. In the United Kingdom, it reached #3 and was certified Platinum.
Track 8. “Isn’t It Romantic?” (Rodgers, Hart) — 3:50
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“Isn’t It Romantic?” is a popular song and part of the Great American Songbook. The music was composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart. It has a 32-bar chorus in ABAC form. Alec Wilder, in his book American Popular Song: The Great Innovators 1900-1950 calls it “a perfect song.”

It was introduced by Jeanette MacDonald and Maurice Chevalier in the Paramount film Love Me Tonight (1932). It has since been recorded numerous times, with and without vocals, by many jazz and popular artists. It has also since been featured in a number of movies, including several other Paramount films, such as Preston Sturges’ The Lady Eve (1941) and The Palm Beach Story (1942), and several Billy Wilder films, including A Foreign Affair
(1948) and Sabrina (1954).
In Love Me Tonight, the song is used in an innovative sequence in which it is first sung by Maurice Chevalier, a tailor, and then taken up by others (his customer, a cabby, a composer, a troop of soldiers, a band of gypsies) and is finally heard and sung by a princess, played by Jeanette MacDonald.

The lyrics in the film are not the same as those in the published version.

Ella Fitzgerald – Isn’t it Romantic? (Verve Records 1957)

Ella Fitzgerald - Isn't it Romantic? (Verve Records 1957)



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“Isn’t It Romantic?” is a popular song and part of the Great American Songbook. The music was composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart. It has a 32-bar chorus in ABAC form. Alec Wilder, in his book American Popular Song: The Great Innovators 1900-1950, calls it “a perfect song”. It was introduced by Jeanette MacDonald and Maurice Chevalier in the Paramount film Love Me Tonight (1932). It has since been recorded numerous times, with and without vocals, by many jazz and popular artists. It has also since been featured in a number of movies.

Ella’s accompanied by Ray Linn (tp), Vincent DeRosa (frh), Chuck Gentry (bs, bcl), Bob Cooper (eh), Jule Kinzler (fl), Abe Most (cl), Arnold Koblentz (ob), Paul Smith (p, arr), Barney Kessel (g), Joe Mondragon (b), Alvin Stoller (d), and Buddy Bregman (cnd). Recorded August 31, 1956, Capitol Studios, Hollywood. (Verve Records)

Isn’t it romantic?
Music in the night, a dream that can be heard.

Isn’t it romantic?
Moving shadows write the oldest magic word.
I hear the breezes playing in the trees above
While all the world is saying you were meant for love.

Isn’t it romantic
Merely to be young on such a night as this?

Isn’t it romantic?
Every note that’s sung is like a lover’s kiss.

Sweet symbols in the moonlight,
Do you mean that I will fall in love perchance?
Isn’t it romance?

Sweet symbols in the moonlight,
Do you mean that I will fall in love perchance?
Isn’t it romantic?
Isn’t it romance?

Isn’t It Romantic

Isn't It Romantic



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Isn’t It Romantic · Rod Stewart

Stardust… The Great American Songbook III

℗ 2004 BMG Music, a unit of BMG Music

Engineer, Producer: Steve Tyrell
Producer: Clive Davis
Composer, Lyricist: Richard Rodgers
Recording Engineer: Bobby Ginsburg
Mixing Engineer: Andy Zulla
Composer, Lyricist: Lorenz Hart
Engineer: Darwin Best
Conductor, Guitar, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Arranger: Bob Mann
Engineer: Doug Epstein
Engineer: Michael Teaney
Keyboards, Piano, Synthesizer: Kenny Ascher
Engineer: Raj Das
Bass Guitar: Chip Jackson
Engineer: Helen Atkinson
Drums: Allan Schwartzberg
Violin: Antoine Silverman
Violin: Cenovia Cummings
Violin: Paul Woodiel
Violin: Sylvia D’Avanzo
Violin: Jonathan Dinklage
Violin: Martin Agee
Violin: Belinda Whiney
Violin: Chris Cardona
Violin: Max Moston
Viola: David Creswell
Viola: Jessica Troy
Viola: Debbie Shufelt
Viola: Danielle Farina
Cello: Anja Wood
Cello: Danny Miller
Recording Engineer: Bill Schnee
Assistant Engineer: Ryan Petrie
Cello: Sarah Carter
Saxophone: Dave Koz

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