Top Cole Porter Albums
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Cole Porter's the New Yorkers (2017 Encores! Cast Recording)
Cole Porter's the New Yorkers (2017 Encores! Cast Recording)
[2019]
Cole Porter's You Never Know (World Premiere Cast Recording)
Cole Porter's You Never Know (World Premiere Cast Recording)
[2017]
The Talismanic Cole Porter
The Talismanic Cole Porter
[2013]
Archive '35-'58
Archive '35-'58
[2012]
Éxitos Inolvidables De Cole Porter (Clásicos Instrumentales)
Éxitos Inolvidables De Cole Porter (Clásicos Instrumentales)
[2012]
Anything Goes (2011 Broadway Cast Recording)
Anything Goes (2011 Broadway Cast Recording)
[2011]
Rewind a Tribute To Cole Porter Vol.3
Rewind a Tribute To Cole Porter Vol.3
[2011]
Anything Goes (New Broadway Cast Recording)
Anything Goes (New Broadway Cast Recording)
[2011]
Cole Porter - EP
Cole Porter - EP
[2011]
Cole Porter In London, Vol. 1
Cole Porter In London, Vol. 1
[2008]
Cole Porter from Rare Piano Rolls
Cole Porter from Rare Piano Rolls
[2006]
De-Lovely (Music from the Motion Picture)
De-Lovely (Music from the Motion Picture)
[2004]
Kiss Me Kate (Broadway Cast Recording)
Kiss Me Kate (Broadway Cast Recording)
[2000]
Kiss Me Kate (2019 Broadway Cast Recording)
Kiss Me Kate (2019 Broadway Cast Recording)
[2000]
Cole Sings Porter: Rare and Unreleased Songs from Can-Can and Jubilee
Cole Sings Porter: Rare and Unreleased Songs from Can-Can and Jubilee
[1994]
Songs By Cole Porter (The Second Volume of Masters of the Musical)
Songs By Cole Porter (The Second Volume of Masters of the Musical)
[1985]
Evil Under the Sun (Music from the Original Soundtrack)
Evil Under the Sun (Music from the Original Soundtrack)
[1982]
At Long Last Love (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
At Long Last Love (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
[1975]
Related Information for Cole Porter
Cole Albert Porter (June 9, 1891 – October 15, 1964) was an American composer and songwriter from Indiana. His works include the musical comedies Kiss Me, Kate (1948) (based on Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew), Fifty Million Frenchmen and Anything Goes, as well as songs like "Night and Day", "I Get a Kick Out of You" and "I've Got You Under My Skin". He was noted for his sophisticated (sometimes ribald) lyrics, clever rhymes, and complex forms. He was one of the greatest half-dozen contributors to the Great American Songbook.... read more
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