Twiggy Celebrates 60th Birthday With Release of New CD, "Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance"

News   Twiggy Celebrates 60th Birthday With Release of New CD, "Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance" Twiggy, the fashion model who starred opposite Tommy Tune in Broadway's My One and Only, will celebrate her 60th birthday with the release of a new compilation CD, "Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance."
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The recording, which features seven previously unreleased tracks, is due Sept. 14 on the Stage Door Records label. Twiggy sings the music of the twenties, thirties and forties on the 19-track disc, including tunes by Noel Coward, Cole Porter and Richard Rodgers.

The complete track listing follows:

We're in the Money
Ten Cents a Dance
Love Me or Leave Me
Don't Tell Him What Happened to Me
Button Up Your Overcoat
Painting the Clouds with Sunshine
Has Anybody Seen Our Ship?
Men About Town
A Room With a View
You Were There
Mad About the Boy
I Like America
The Lambeth Walk
I Was a Good Little Girl
The Physician
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
London Pride
If Love Were All
I'll String Along with You

Twiggy's stage appearances are few but typically memorable. She is still well recalled for the Broadway musical My One and Only, in which she danced and sang opposite Tommy Tune. More recently was If Love Were All, another Coward piece (a revue-style show about Coward and actress Gertrude Lawrence) which first played Bay Street and then Off-Broadway. A cast album exists. She first made news as one of the top fashion models of the sixties.

For more information visit stagedoorrecords.com.