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  • 60 Songs from M-G-M's Greatest Movie Musicals. Piano/Vocal/Chords Book. Enjoy 60 songs total from MGM's greatest movie musicals of all time! Play and sing along to classics such as "There's No Business Like Show Business," "Singin' in the Rain," "Steppin' Out with My Baby," "New York, New York," "That's Entertainment!" and many more. This.
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  • Steppin' Out with My Baby by The John Wilson Orchestra feat. Curtis Stigers was written by Irving Berlin and was first released by Fred Astaire in The John Wilson Orchestra feat. Curtis Stigers released it on the album That's Entertainment - A Celebration of the MGM Film Musical in It was covered by Danny Williams with Nelson Riddle and His Orch., Sydney .
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  • About Steppin' Out With My Baby "Steppin' Out with My Baby" is a popular song written by Irving Berlin and introduced in the musical film Easter Parade. There it was sung by Fred Astaire as part of a dance number involving Astaire on stairs and three different dance partners.
  • Fred Astaire () was an American dancer and singer famous for his numerous appearances in the s and s in Vaudeville, on Broadway and on the London stage with sister Adele Astaire; in musical films between the s and s; and on American TV in the s and nalixedegenloywachsnabtyakengmepers.coinfogh he teamed with many dancers, including Gene Kelly, his best .