Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.10 Selections from Can Can 4:02 Ask a Policeman Metropolitan Police Male Voice Choir [no label] (Special purpose label – white labels, self-published releases and other “no label” releases) MET4CD

Relationships

choir vocals: The Metropolitan Police Male Voice Choir
recording of: Allez-vous-en (Can-Can [Pistache]) (medley)
Can-Can (Can-Can [Pistache, Women]) (medley)
C’est magnifique (Can-Can [Pistache, Judge Aristide Forestier]) (medley)
I Love Paris (Can-Can [Pistache, Company]) (medley)

Allez-vous-en (Can-Can [Pistache])

composer: Cole Porter
lyricist: Cole Porter
part of: Can‐Can

C’est magnifique (Can-Can [Pistache, Judge Aristide Forestier])

composer: Cole Porter
lyricist: Cole Porter
part of: Can‐Can (1960 musical film)

Can-Can (Can-Can [Pistache, Women])

composer: Cole Porter
lyricist: Cole Porter
part of: Can‐Can (1960 musical film)

I Love Paris (Can-Can [Pistache, Company])

composer: Cole Porter (1953)
lyricist: Cole Porter (1953)
publisher: Chappell
Chappell & Co., Inc.
Warner/Chappell North America Limited
is the basis for: J'aime Paris
later parody versions: I Love Patti (I Love Paris)
later versions: I Love Paris (French version)
part of: Can‐Can
Can‐Can (1960 musical film)
High Society (stage musical)