Rising to fame in the twenties and early thirties, Ruth Etting was renowned for her great beauty, her gorgeous voice and her tragic life. She starred on Broadway, made movies in Hollywood, married a mobster, had numerous hit-records, fell in love and was known as America's Sweetheart of Song.
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By George Hamilton, Harry Tobias & Neil Moret, 1934
Written by Dietz and Schwartz Recorded by Ruth Etting in September of 1934 in Los Angeles for Columbia Records. Originally issued on Columbia 2955 D (Matrix LA198).
Words and music by William G. Haxby Published by Ted Browne Music Co., New York, 1934
Written by Meskill & Von Tilzer (1934) From the movie, Gift of Gab Sheet music features a photo Ruth Etting.
Written by Lewis and Baer Recorded by Ruth Etting in November of 1934 for Columbia Records. Originally issued on Columbia 2985 D (Matrix 16351).
Written by Magidson and Conrad Recorded by Ruth Etting November 21, 1934 for Columbia Records. Originally issued on Columbia 2979 D (Matrix 16350).
Words and Music by Fields and McHugh Amazon.com Widgets Recorded by Ruth Etting in 1934.
Words by Mack Gordon and Music by Harry Revel With my eyes wide open I’m dreaming Can it be true I’m holding you close to my heart? With my eyes wide open I’m dreaming You’re with me now sharing a … Continue reading
Words by Ted Koehler Music by Rube Bloom 1934 Saintly Bros. Music, Inc. Cover Art by Leff Recorded by Ruth Etting in September of 1934 in Los Angeles for Columbia Records. Originally issued on Columbia 2955 D (Matrix LA199).