Appears on releases

#TitleLengthTrack ArtistRelease TitleRelease ArtistRelease Group TypeCountry/DateLabelCatalog#
Official
1.12What Is This Thing Called Love1:59Biréli LagrèneGipsy ProjectBiréli LagrèneAlbum
Dreyfus Jazz
1.12What Is This Thing Called Love1:59Biréli LagrèneGypsy ProjectBiréli LagrèneAlbum
Dreyfus JazzFDM 36626-2
1.12What Is This Thing Called Love1:59Biréli LagrèneThe Complete Gipsy ProjectBiréli LagrèneAlbum + Compilation
  • FR2003-05-19
Dreyfus Jazz

Relationships

assistant engineer:Pedja
engineer:René Ameline
double bass:Diego Imbert (in 2001-05)
guitar:Holzmanno Lagrène (in 2001-05)
Biréli Lagrène (in 2001-05)
Hono Winterstein (in 2001-05)
violin:Florin Niculescu (in 2001-05)
recorded at:Studios Ferber in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2001-05)
recording of:What Is This Thing Called Love? (in 2001-05: cover, instrumental)

What Is This Thing Called Love?

lyricist and composer:Cole Porter (composer) (in 1929)
publisher:Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!)
Warner/Chappell
referred to in medleys:Medley: Another Openin’, Another Show / From This Moment On / Where Oh Where / What Is This Thing Called Love? / I Love You (order: 4)
Medley 1: Brazil / You are too beautiful / Cecilia (Does your Mother know you're out) / Love walked in / You made me love you / Nothing could be finer / Please be kind / Dancing with tears in my eyes / Maria / Try little tenderness / Swing low, sweet chariot / What is this thing called love / Did you ever see a deer walking (order: 12)
part of:Wake Up and Dream (1929 revue) (number)