Let’s Fall in Love

The song was one of three written by the songwriting team of Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler for the 1933 film Let’s Fall in Love. Only two, “Let’s Fall in Love,” and “This Is Only the Beginning,” were used in the film.

Let’s Fall in Love (m. Harold Arlen, w. Ted Keohler)

Eddy Duchin  and his Orchestra, vocal: Lew Sherwood — 1933

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Harold Arlen with an orchestra conducted by Ray Sinatra — recorded on 1 November 1933; issued on Victor 24467, c/w “This Is Only the Beginning” (m. Harold Arlen, w. Ted Koehler), another song from the film Let’s Fall in Love

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Annette Hanshaw accompanied by (band name unknown) Sterling Bose, t / Jack Teagarden, tb / Joe Cordaro, cl / ts / Joe Venuti, vn, effects / Joe Meresco, p / Perry Botkin, g / Artie Bernstein, sb / Larry Gomar, d. New York, recorded 3 February 1934.

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Urbie Green and his Orchestra – from The Persuasive Trombone of Urbie Green, 1960

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Ella Fitzgerald  –  date unknown

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Anita O’Day – live in Sweden – 1963

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Oscar Peterson Trio — from the 1964 LP The Oscar Peterson Trio Plays

Oscar Peterson — piano
Ray Brown — double bass
Ed Thigpen — drums

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Diana Krall – From Krall’s 2002 DVD/CD release Live in Paris, recorded 29 November to 2 December 2001 at the Olympia in Paris, France

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Steve Tyrell, from his album Standard Time, 2001

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Chris Botti – from the 2004 album When I Fall in Love

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Maddy
    Apr 14, 2011 @ 03:28:16

    I love the music, and 4 May 1966 lets fall in love is X (my best)

    Reply

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