Fred Astaire - Another Evening With Fred Astaire album FLAC
Listen free to Fred Astaire – Another Evening with Fred Astaire (Introduction, Afterbeat and more). 6 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. View full artist profile.
An Evening with Fred Astaire is a one-hour live television special starring Fred Astaire, broadcast on NBC on October 17, 1958. It was highly successful, winning nine Emmy awards and spawning three further specials, and technically innovative, as it was the first major television show to be recorded on color videotape. It was produced at NBC's Color City studios in Burbank, California.
랙 목록. An Evening With Fred Astaire (1958). 1-1. –David Rose And His Orchestra. Introduction, Morning Ride. 1-2. Svengali /Frantic Holiday.
An Evening With Fred Astaire (1958). Another Evening With Fred Astaire (1959). 1-9.
With Fred Astaire, Jonah Jones, David Rose, Barrie Chase. Won 9 Primetime Emmys. By 1957, Fred Astaire had starred in his final musical films as a leading man: "Funny Face" and "Silk Stockings. He then unofficially retired- until NBC television producer Bud Yorkin brought him back. Having done Broadway in the 30's and radio in the 40's, television was the only medium he had not yet conquered. This stunning hour-long variety show was done live, in color, and basically illustrated, in Astaire's own words, a 'dance bash.
Another Evening with Fred Astaire (November 4, 1959). Astaire Time (September 28, 1960). The Fred Astaire Show (February 7, 1968). The use of videotape. The program was highly innovative in its use of color videotape, a technology then in its infancy. The Chrysler Corporation record label, mastered and pressed by NBC partner RCA Victor Records produced a rare giveaway promotional soundtrack album direct from the monaural audio track of the master videotape. Astaire produced another three similar specials, each featuring Barrie Chase: Another Evening with Fred Astaire (November 4, 1959) designed by art director Edward Stephenson (Art Direction Emmy Award).
Make-up man John Chambers and-Fred Astaire! on the set of his 1959 TV special ‘Another Evening With Fred Astaire’. Fred Astaire and Barrie Chase during a rehearsal for Another Evening with Fred Astaire, 1959. fred astaire barrie chase dancing rehearsal another evening with fred astaire television 1959 50s old hollywood movies cinema.
In 1958, 1959, and 1960, Fred Astaire starred in three television specials, An Evening with Fred Astaire, Another Evening with Fred Astaire, and Astaire Time.
Fred Astaire (born Frederick Austerlitz; May 10, 1899 – June 22, 1987) was an American film and Broadway stage dancer, choreographer, singer, musician and actor. His stage and subsequent film career spanned a total of 76 years, during which he made 31 musical films.