Look up artist Arlen, Harold


Name: Arlen, Harold
Born: Feb 15, 1905 (Buffalo, New York)
Died: Apr 23, 1986 (New York City)
Note: Born "Hyman Arluck"/ See Gottlieb 236

Songs written or composed


Title: For Every Man There's A Woman
Author: Arlen, Harold
Composer: Robin, Leo
Genre: Film Soundtrack
Subject: Man/Woman/Plan/Match
Additional song notes: From the film "Casbah" See Gottlieb 135 for relationship to "The Look of Love".

Recording:


On album: G-057(c) (Funny It Doesn't Sound Jewish/ Compilation by Jack Gottlieb accompaning book with same title.)
Track ID: 31682
Vocal Lee, Peggy
Clarinet Goodman, Benny
First line: For every man there's a woman, for every life there's a plan,
Language: English
Style: Torch/Orchestral Accompaniment
Length: 1:13

Title: Come Rain Or Come Shine
Author: Arlen, Harold
Composer: Mercer, Johnny
Genre: Film Soundtrack/Love
Subject: Love/Passion/Fish/Birds
Additional song notes: From the film St. Louis Woman. See Gottlieb 167 for relationships between Shir Hashirim 01:01, Come Rain Or Come Shine and Tsvey Brive Tsum Liader Rebn

Recording:


On album: G-057(c) (Funny It Doesn't Sound Jewish/ Compilation by Jack Gottlieb accompaning book with same title.)
Track ID: 36385
Vocal Horn, Lena
First line: Fish gotta swim, birds gotta fly, can't help lovin that man of mine,
Language: English
Style: Pop/Concert/Torch Song
Length: 1:33

Other tracks with this artist


Title: Lullabye (Eng, Mercer)
On album: B-069(a) (Phyllis Berk Takes Yiddish Song Mainstream Coming of Age)
Track ID: 23614
Author Mercer, Johnny
Composer Arlen, Harold
Artist Berk, Phyllis
First line: It seems like yesterday, I heard the grown up laughter,
Audio: Freedman Sound Archives at Penn Libraries (temporarily unavailable)
Track comment: Introduced by "Nor A Mame"

Title: Over The Rainbow (Eng)
On album: Y-018(b) (Where Dreams Are Born Jewish Lullabies)
Track ID: 19109
Author Arlen, Harold
Composer Harburg, E.
Artist Rosenthal, Margie & Ilene Safyan
First line: Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high, there's a land...
Track comment: From the "Wizard of Oz"

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