My Fair Lady
original Broadway cast recording
Adapted from Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion
Originally released as Columbia OL 5090, Apr. 2, 1956
Historical notes by Dick Scanlan in booklet (10 p. : ill.), inserted
Why can't the English? (2:39)
Wouldn't it be loverly (3:56)
With a little bit of luck (4:07)
I'm an ordinary man (4:39)
Just you wait (2:41)
The rain in Spain (2:39)
I could have danced all night (3:29)
Ascot gavotte (3:14)
On the street where you live (2:57)
You did it (4:21)
Show me (2:11)
Get me to the church on time (2:42)
A hymn to him (3:29)
Without you (2:01)
I've grown accustomed to her face (5:15)
bonus tracks: A post-recording conversation (4:11)
Playback: Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe (5:03)
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