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Rich Flanders & Celia Berk | Double Standards

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Double Standards

by Rich Flanders & Celia Berk

This highlights album introduces a distinctive new singing duo. Rich Flanders and Celia Berk bring a fresh sound to the Great American Songbook.
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. And the Angels Sing
Rich Flanders & Celia Berk
2:50 $0.99
2. Moonglow
Rich Flanders & Celia Berk
3:00 $0.99
3. Isn't It Romantic/Wasn't It Romantic
Rich Flanders & Celia Berk
4:49 $0.99
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Album Notes
Arrangements, Musical Direction, Piano: Alex Rybeck
Bass: Michael Goetz
Drums, Percussion: Dan Gross
Moonglow Harmonies: Rich Flanders
Engineer: Alex Nizich
Mix: Paul Rolnick

"And The Angels Sing"
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer; Music by Ziggy Elman
Based on a Yiddish folk song. An Instrumental called “Frailach in Swing” was recorded by Ziggy Elman’s band in 1938. The Benny Goodman recording was a #1 hit song in 1939.

Lyrics by Eddie DeLange; Music by Will Hudson and Irving Mills
First recorded by Joe Venuti and his Orchestra in 1933.

"Isn't It Romantic"
Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Music by Richard Rodgers
Introduced by Jeanette McDonald and Maurice Chevalier in the 1932 film “Love Me Tonight.”
"Wasn't It Romantic"
Lyrics by Marshall Barer; Music by Hugh Martin
Written for a 1960’s musical called “A Little Night Music” and intended to mark Jeanette McDonald’s return to Broadway. The musical eventually premiered in concert form in 1998 as “Happy Lot” with Michael Feinstein, Betty Garrett and Melissa Converse, and was dedicated to McDonald.



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Trish Broersma

Wow, Rich, these are just glorious. Your voice is so melodic and evocative and the partnership with Celia sounds, well, harmonious, such a good match. I'm just overjoyed to think of your blossoming talent after that astonishing day years ago when I first heard you sing a cowboy ballad at Mystery School.