Sammy Fain, born Samuel E. Feinberg, (June 17, 1902 – December 6, 1989) was an American composer of popular music. In the 1920s and early 1930s, he was also a popular vocalist.
Sammy Fain was born in New York City. In 1923, Fain appeared with Artie Dunn in a short film directed by Lee De Forest filmed in DeForest's Phonofilm sound-on-film process. In 1925, Fain left the Fain-Dunn act to devote himself to music. Fain was a self-taught pianist who played by ear. He began working as a staff pianist and composer for music publisher Jack Mills.
Later, Fain worked extensively in collaboration with Irving Kahal. Together they wrote classics such as "Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella" and "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me," and "I'll Be Seeing You." Another lyricist who collaborated with Fain was Lew Brown, with whom he wrote "That Old Feeling". His Broadway credits also include Everybody's Welcome, RightЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Calamity Jane (1998 studio cast) [саундтрек]
- Sammy Sings Fain [альбом]
- Calamity Jane (1953 film cast) [12.1953, саундтрек]
- Ankles Aweigh [29.06.2004, саундтрек]
- The Film Musicals Collection: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers [08.03.2005, сборник]
|Certain Smile, A (feat. Paul Webster)||
|I'll Be Seeing You (feat. Irving Kahal)||
|That Old Feeling (feat. Brown Lew)||
|You Brought a New Kind of Love to me||