You'd Be So Easy to Love
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"(You'd Be So) Easy to Love" is a popular song written by Cole Porter for the 1936 film Born to Dance, where it was introduced by Eleanor Powell, James Stewart, and Frances Langford under its alternate title, Easy to Love. The song was cut from the original production of Anything Goes in 1934 and was only later added to the 1987 and 2011 revivals of "Anything Goes" under the complete title “You’d Be So Easy to Love.”.
- Billie Holiday - Quintessential Billie Holiday: Vol. II (1936)
- Maxine Sullivan - Moments Like This (1939)
- Cannonball Adderley - Nippon Soul (1963)
- Josephine Baker - C'est si facile de vous aimer (1937)
- Harry Connick Jr. - Come by Me (1999)
- Doris Day - Hooray for Hollywood (1958)
- Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook (1956)
- Al Hirt - Trumpet and Strings (1962)
- Shirley Bassey - The Fabulous Shirley Bassey (1959)
- Stan Kenton - Mellophonium Moods (1962)
- Susannah McCorkle - Easy to Love: The Songs of Cole Porter (1996), Most Requested Songs (2001)
- Frank Sinatra - Ring-A-Ding-Ding (1961)
- Lee Wiley - Hot House Rose (1996), Legendary Song Stylist (1999)
- Judy Garland - Life Begins for Andy Hardy (1941). Cut from final film. Released on the album Collectors Gem.
- Lincoln Center Theater, "Anything Goes", New Broadway Cast Recording (1987).
- Al Hirt, Trumpet and Strings Retrieved April 8, 2013.
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