Brother Can You Spare a Dime Soundtrack (1975) OST

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    Brother can you spare a dime (1975) Soundtrack

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    Tags: Great Depression, Archival Footage, Reference To Rudolph Valentino, Reference To Florenz Ziegfeld, Stock Footage

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Listen Brother Can You Spare a Dime (1975) Soundtrack

Brother Can You Spare a Dime was released in the year 1975, some songs of the official soundtrack are Zaz Zuh Zaz by Cab Calloway, You're the Top by Ethel Merman, Where the Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day) by Bing Crosby, Water Boy by Paul Robeson. Listen the soundtrack online!

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Zaz zuh zaz

Cab Calloway: performer, writer
Harry White: writer
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You're the top

Ethel Merman: performer
Cole Porter: writer
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Where the blue of the night (meets the gold of the day)

Bing Crosby: performer, writer
Roy Turk: writer
Fred E. Ahlert: composer
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Water boy

Paul Robeson: performer
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Vigilante man

Woody Guthrie: performer
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The gold diggers' song (we're in the money)

Ginger Rogers: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Al Dubin: writer
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The drunkard song (there is a tavern in the town)

Rudy Vallee: writer, performer
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Ten cents a dance

Ruth Etting: performer
Richard Rodgers: composer
Lorenz Hart: writer
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Shout and feel it

Count Basie: performer
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Saddest tale (blues)

Billie Holiday: performer
Duke Ellington: composer
Irving Mills: writer
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Remember my forgotten man

Joan Blondell: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Al Dubin: writer
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Now's the time to fall in love

Eddie Cantor: performer
Al Lewis: writer
Al Sherman: writer
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Nobody knows you when you're down and out

Bessie Smith: performer
Jimmy Cox: writer
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Long-haired preachers (the preacher and the slave)

Harry McClintock: performer, writer
Joseph Webster: composer
J.P. Webster: composer
Joe Hill: writer
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Jeepers creepers

Louis Armstrong: performer
Harry Warren: composer
Johnny Mercer: writer
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Hooray for hollywood

Scat: performer
Johnnie Davis: performer
Richard A. Whiting: composer
Johnny Mercer: writer
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Dust can't kill me

Woody Guthrie: performer
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Downtown uproar

Duke Ellington: performer, writer
Cootie Williams: writer
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Dogmatic (statements)

Aaron Copland: composer
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California, here i come

Al Jolson: writer, performer
Joseph Meyer: composer
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Brother, can you spare a dime?

Rudy Vallee: performer
Bing Crosby: performer
Al Jolson: performer
Ronnie Lane: performer
E.Y. Harburg: writer
Jay Gorney: composer
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Big rock candy mountain

Harry McClintock: performer
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Bei mir bist du schön

The Andrews Sisters: performer
Sammy Cahn: writer
Jacob Jacobs: writer
Sholom Secunda: composer
Saul Chaplin: writer

(i wish i was in) dixie's land


Anchors aweigh


Chicago (that toddlin' town)

Fred Fisher: composer


M.K. Jerome: composer

Dancing with tears in my eyes

Joseph Burke: composer
Joseph A. Burke: composer

Every man a king

Huey Long: writer
Castro Carazo: composer

Franklin d. roosevelt's back again

Tom Paley: performer
John Cohen: performer
Bill Cox: writer

Give my regards to broadway

George M. Cohan: composer

Lucky number

Cliff Hess: writer

Soldier's song

Rudolph G. Kopp: composer
Harold Lamb: writer


Daniel Butterfield: composer

The entertainer

Scott Joplin: composer

The stars and stripes forever

John Philip Sousa: composer

We're out of the red

Lew Brown: writer
Jay Gorney: composer

William tell overture

Gioachino Rossini: composer

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