Medley: Goodnight Baby - Baby I Love You - Ellie Greenwich - Let It Be Written, Let It Be Sung (Vinyl, LP, Album)
The double LP is gram vinyl and is packaged in a gatefold jacket. Abrams to steer the Enterprise through its darkest territory yet. Abrams delivers an explosive action thriller that takes Star Trek Into Darkness. The Enterprise is diverted to the Romulan homeworld Romulus, supposedly because they want to negotiate a peace treaty. The score, much like classical program music of the past, is based on a piece of literature rather than a motion picture. This Grammy Award-winning African American female ensemble fills the album with positive messages, conveying them both subtly and right up-front.
The liner notes provide song lyrics, background information about the music and personal interviews with the artists, and the whole CD is participatory.
Super 8 [Film Score] CD The film takes place in the summer of , when a group of friends in a small Ohio town witness a catastrophic train crash while making a super 8 movie and soon suspect that it was not an accident. The delicate thread that holds all of these songs together is the sweet and gentle ambiance they share to create the perfect bridge to dreamland.
Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker [Ballet Score]. CD- Favorite Excerpts Its 17 songs are educational and very catchy so kids can learn about the body while singing along. Enjoy the off-kilter wit and straight-up stellar musicianship. LP Led by Julie Andrews, whose work in the film earned her a Golden Globe award and an Academy Award nomination, the soundtrack rings out with heart-warming, iconic standards.
Based on Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize winning book of , Atticus Finch is a lawyer in the fictional town of Maycomb, a racially divided Alabama town, set in the early s, and modeled after Monroeville where Harper Lee grew up.
Finch agrees to defend a young black man who is accused of raping a white woman. Toddler Favorites CD R 6. Toddler Favorites Too!
CD R 6. The sweet Teapot-Teacup connection and the unique music arrangements make this the perfect tool to inspire young ones to find their voice and bring music into their life. Toddlers provide their own stylistic interpretations of songs with hilarious pronunciations of the lyrics.
This is the perfect CD for daycare centers, babysitters, parents and anyone else who has toddlers in their lives. Guaranteed to fascinate and entertain young and old alike, featuring musical arrangements and acoustic instrumentation that will get little feet moving and little hands clapping.
Story related tunes and Mother Goose rhymes and melodies make these very singable songs come alive with delightful mispronunciations and great graphics. Maria Del Rey sings English and Spanish verses in every song, often with each verse repeated immediately in the foreign language.
Lyrics included. Hey, Picasso CD Hippity Hop CD R Raffi Radio CD Road Trip 2 CD Set Published on Nov 20, Soldiering on, they complete the album within a few months.
Playing the finished album for executives at Warner Bros. Instead of being a flop, they rebound with what becomes their most successful album, also broadening their audience. In spite of its title, it is not a traditional holiday album, containing no covers of actual Christmas songs. The material however captures the joyful spirit present during that time of year. It also features guest appearances by Duane Allman on the title track and Alice Coltrane. It makes its domestic CD debut in , and is remastered and reissued by Sony Japan in Out of print on vinyl for more than thirty years, it is remastered and reissued as a gram LP in Born on this day: November 21, — Singer, songwriter and musician Dr.
Happy Birthday to this musical great, on what would have been his 79th birthday. Holly Hughes and Carmelita Tropicana, editors. The package also includes extensive sleevenotes by producer Ken Barnes. Full track lists available at Universal Music. Songs by Alan Menken. Allan Detsky and Adam Jacobs are the executive producers. Sarah Brightman: Rarities Vol. From the master tapes of long sold out special tour edition CDs for the albums Fly and Harem , the Voce album a release available only in Japan , sessions with Gregorian, Schiller, Sash!
An audio commentary track by Sarah and producer Frank Peterson is included with each compilation. Digitally remastered and available for a limited time. Links at iTunes: Vol. Links to Amazon mp3 with track lists: Vol. Performed with an ensemble of twenty-six musicians and singers. She will make her Lincoln Center debut in the American Songbook series this spring.
CD version expected in Also available in track version. Original music composed by George Fenton and classical pieces featured in the movie.
Peters' Connections , and Resurrection Blues. Henry Mancini score. Music producer Harvey Mason Jr. Over one hundred different choices and endings. Shirley Bassey recorded her first ever Christmas song, collaborating with Blake on the first track. Let It Snow! Examines the bestselling mystery writer's career and work as a playwright, published to commemorate her th birthday.
Analyzes her plays and features excerpts from Agatha Christie's correspondences, notebooks, and several unpublished and unperformed scripts quoted from for the first time. All selections are performed from rare historic orchestrations prepared by Irving Berlin's own staff arrangers and orchestrators. Includes an extensive booklet.
Twelve original songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist Glenn Slater, and three songs from the film. Produced by Rob Cavallo and Lloyd Webber. Broadway, Off-Broadway, Off-Off-Broadway, and complete listings for 70 regional theatres, detailing more than 2, productions with over photographs, each entry includes cast lists, replacements, producers, directors, authors, composers, opening and closing dates, song titles, and plot synopses.
The year's obituaries, a listing of all nominees and winners of the major theatrical awards, the longest-running Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, and a detailed index. Foreword by Christopher Hart. Read by Jim Meskimen. Study of three important community-based theaters in Harlem.
The author uses textual analysis, performance reconstruction, and audience reception to examine the complex dynamics of productions by the Krigwa Players, the Harlem Experimental Theatre, and the Negro Theatre of the Federal Theatre Project. Music and lyrics by Paul Hodge. Reprise ," "Finale. Directed by Robert Z. Charts Sinatra's evolution as a vocalist, and includes samples of his radio work from the first twenty years of his amazing career, from his first radio performance in singing "S-H-I-N-E" with the Hoboken Four to his last weekly series in The Frank Sinatra Show, featuring ultra-rare performances with an in-studio quintet.
Ahlert, Roy Turk, Herbert Stothart. Songs by Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin. Choreography by Gower Champion. Music arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. Arranged by John Boswell. Songs by Nicholas Brodszky and Leo Robin. Directed by Mervyn LeRoy. Directed by Curtis Bernhardt. Directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman. Orchestra conducted by Andrew Davis. Directed by Dudley Murphy. Available at CD Baby.
Examines laughter among actors, among audience, and the interaction between the two The relationship between social media and theatre. The author argues that social media is itself a performance space, analysing how it's used by both theatres and audiences and also in connection with each other.
Traces the major dramatizations of Harriet Beecher Stowe's classic from its inception in through "modern" versions on film. Examines the major productions, companies, and influential persons in the long, complex history of theatrical Toms and introduces the reader to the artists who created the plays and productions that created theatre history.
Authoritative account of the great American art of tap dancing. Celebrates the classic cabaret with an eclectic mix of music from the disco days of Donna Summer to the haunting melodies of Kurt Weill and Stephen Sondheim to a sing-a-long of Alanis Morrisette. Arranged by John di Martino. Written by Leonard Spigelgass. Directed by Stanley Donen. Currently in production at the Public Theater. Produced in Berkeley CA in Foreword by Robert Osborne. Afterword by Kevin Brownlow.
Barbara Roisman Cooper presents interviews she personally conducted with more than twenty stars of film, television, and theatre.
Deluxe page booklet is lavishly illustrated, with extensive notes by Jesse Green that include comments on the songs by Kander himself. Also available at MusicalTheatreProject. Lady, Be Good Encores! Also available at www. Malaprop"," "Mrs. Also available as a set at www. Clifton, and photos. Score by John Gay.
Released October Score by Marvin Hamlisch and Ed Kleban. With eight bonus track demos. Walsh, Sammy Williams, Crissy Wilzak. INcludes a a digital download card. Packaged in an eight-panel wallet sporting photos and notes by Joe Marchese drawn from an exclusive interview with Mathis.
Wilson author , Thomas S. Hischak Contributor , Jack Macauley Contributor. Theatre director and producer John Wilson's autobiography, which was completed in The text has been edited, with added commentary.
Covers Wilson's youth, his education at Yale, his experience working in silent films, and details of his professional and personal relationship with Coward; his theatrical career on Broadway and in London; his marriage to Natalie Paley; and life within international high society. Released October 2. Something Rotten! Presented in vocal line arrangements with piano accompaniment. With digital booklet. Some are well-known, some are rarities and rediscoveries, and some have never before been recorded.
Company of 24 artists. Produced by Chip Deffaa. First recorded in , enjoyed an unexpected revival in after being featured in a Volkswagen Golf advert. Children's television character voiced by Neil Morrissey.
Had several other number one hits with the band Culture Club. First X Factor winner. Crazy World of Arthur Brown. Chris Brown. Rob Brydon as Bryn West. Had several other 1 singles as a member of the Spice Girls. Fifth X Factor winner. Also performs on "Hero" and "Everybody Hurts".
Tambourine Man " He was the first British instrumentalist to achieve two number ones. Robin Campbell. Featured in the film Fame and the remake. Posthumous duet with Katie Melua , originally recorded by Louis Armstrong.
With Room 5 ; became popular after its use on a Lynx advert. Fifth place contestant in the X Factor Series 2, with an original song performed on the show. Dave and Ansell Collins. Featuring L. Originally released in , found success courtesy of remix by Fatboy Slim. Later coverered by Madonna for the film Evita. Creedence Clearwater Revival. Featured on a Luis Fonsi song with Justin Bieber. Featured vocals from Pharrell Williams; sold over one million copies in the UK.
The Spencer Davis Group. Originally written by the Isley Brothers by popularised by The Beatles above 3 decades before this release, however, this was the only version to nab number one. The Detroit Spinners. Dexys Midnight Runners. Jim Diamond. A sample was used from " Thank You " for the Eminem song. Only female artist to have two songs sell over 1 million copies in the UK .
Shake the Room " Dance cover of the Bryan Adams original with Yanou featuring Do. Originally recorded by Bob Dylan , released as a charity single in memory of those who died in the Dunblane massacre. Actor most famous for appearing in Dad's Army , with his only hit single. Became the first bond song to top the chart by a female artist, the first number one of the decade that was recorded in and the first artist born in the s to top the chart.
Electric Light Orchestra. Collaboration with Olivia Newton-John. The Emerald Express. England World Cup Squad. Enya was credited as a featured artist on Mario Winans ' 1 as it sampled her song "Boadicea". Others with The Housemartins and Beats International.
Credited as a featured artist; other number-one singles as a member of The Black Eyed Peas. Ferry Aid. An ensemble group, created by The Sun that helped raise money following the Zeebrugge Disaster. Remix with Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber. The Four Seasons. Fragma vs. We watched as the crowd increased by tens of thousands in the 20 minutes or so before Don was due on stage at 1. My unsteady video captures the moment Don took to the stage and, later, part of American Pie.
The sight and sound of that huge crowd singing along with Don was a sensory overload in a good way! Wow was a good word for it. Don and his brilliant musicians nailed every song; they were clearly determined to do their best performances.
The crowd would be dancing all day, but this song gave them something to think about. For someone so often associated with just one or two songs, Don has a back-catalogue of hits and other influential songs that surprises many. Beneath the Pyramid Stage a huge Greenpeace banner was visible for all to see. After his set, Laura Marling was among the first to congratulate Don.
Sadly we said goodbye at this point and headed from the airport back to Bath where our adventure had begun. The Pyramid Stage crowd area was packed with approximately , Glastonbury fans joining Don singing American Pie, but they loved the whole set with Love in my Heart and Crying also getting a huge response.
Released by Don McLean Records in Studio album of original compositions. Released by EMI Records in Released by Hyena Records in Released on Don McLean Records. In returning to the western music which fired the imagination of his youth, Don McLean has clearly, beautifully, crafted a work of love and a work of art as well, spanning the spectrum of western music. Recording made on the spur of the moment, all quite drunk.
Three sell-out shows took place, starting at the London Apollo, Hammersmith on June 27th. There was huge anticipation across the country as tickets for these shows became like gold dust.
Prior to the London show, tickets were being sold by touts for upwards of? For a group of his most devoted fans the London show proved to be an occasion that they will never forget. Don had given his permission for this web-site to organise a competition to find 15 — 20 lucky fans who would be able to attend the sound check and meet Don after the show. You can read about their experiences on this site.
The event was highly exciting and very special for all who took part with Don McLean being incredibly generous with his time. A photo of the pre-concert sound check is shown below.
The Sound Check ……. This remarkable honour had been made possible by Don McLean allowing this website to run a competition to find a group of lucky fans to attend the sound check and to meet Don after the show. Here, you can share the experience. I can honestly say that, along with the births of my two kids, that was THE best day. The warm sunshine which greeted us by the Thames was the curtain raiser. Meeting people in the flesh for the first time after knowing them through this forum was something I found really superb.
The Blue Anchor early starters quickly became one, and souvenirs were passed around and handled with awe and reverence. My rucksack was full of stuff as well — Would Don sign some of it? Early arrivals enjoying a drink. In a few hours both would become totally committed Don McLean fans. Loekie had come all the way by bus from Amsterdam and Eva and her friend had yomped down from the Isle of Skye. When Alan and his wife arrived, it seemed everything was set.
The look on her face when she found out that not only was she going to see Don but meet him as well was worth a million dollars. Within minutes everyone knew everyone else and it was like a reunion — even though a few hours before we were only cyber-relations! Don greeted us immediately, thanking Alan for getting this together and supporting him through the Web-site.
The Sound-Check began and lasted from about 4. Don told us to feel free to take photos, do as we liked really, but everyone was spellbound as we were treated to what I felt was our own personal, intimate concert. At the sound check. Spontaneous applause greeted the numbers the band did — Don and the guitarist, Kerry Maxi is that the correct spelling?
Suddenly we were in Folsom Prison! The Very Thought of You was next, and Don crooned as if he was doing the real show.
The Fashion Victim song followed, then came what for me was the highlight of the afternoon thus far — Jerusalem. I thought at that time he was probably correct. We were both later proved wrong. I looked round from my seat in the front row and looked at the others. It was incredible. Don then had a quick chat with us all, shook our hands and asked us who we all were, then he was off for a rest and the majority of us adjourned back to the River for a snack and a chat as to whether what we had just witnessed had really happened.
We took another route back to the pub ; away from the main road, through a local council estate. Nice one, Gary. Well folks, that was the Sound Check! Sorry if I missed anyone out, I was desperately trying to remember everything, and the pints of Fosters were doing their best to stop me! As for the concert, well, that review will follow later. I think the folk in front of us thought we were at a Spice Girls concert, we were like a couple of teenagers.
But who cares, eh Dave? The best was yet to come, including a little something that made my whole day, a surprise I was not expecting at all, and something I will treasure for ever. We were going inside to be with Mr. Suddenly Kim and I perk right up! At this point so did everyone in the Alan Howard Project, about to enter the Hammersmith Apollo, and, more importantly all of us knew the exact identity of the Magician who was about to cast his spell over us.
It was time to start seriously thinking about chevys, flaming flowers that brightly blaze, mummies and wonderful babies…. I was much too preoccupied with what was about to happen. For the last 28 years I had been, as vigorously as possible, following close behind a man and his music, who in a physical sense seemed to be light years away from me — and now this — I was on the eve of a confrontation with the nucleus of those years of admiration, perhaps the feeling could be described as being the exact opposite of a dja-vu, a feeling that I had never had before and probably never would again.
Well, we all got to the Apollo where we met the others, including Gary Chance, Dave Moore and his wife, plus two people who had come over for the week all the way from New Zealand. Just after we arrived, Leana climbed out of a taxi to join us. After a little while two cars caught our eyes as they gracefully pulled out of the humdrum of the Hammersmith traffic and made their way past the side, to the rear of the theatre.
Slowly, cautiously, led by Alan we made our way through the main entrance of the Apollo and into the stalls area. What we all saw was a bit difficult to fathom — the man who wrote and sang some of the most memorable verses this side of WW2 standing with his band on the stage amid a jungle of wires, musical instruments and microphone stands — and the place was EMPTY!
Dave Cookie — what a fellah! We were invited by Don to take a front seat, take photos if we wanted to, and enjoy — and enjoy we did — a good hour to an hour and a half of pure and natural sound-checking: The very Thought of You, Love Letters, On the Amazon, River of Love, Jerusalem, to mention but a few.
None of us were actually sure after each song, whether we were supposed to applaud or not during a sound check. But Don, having noticed our dilemma, assured us it was fine by him. Don made us feel so relaxed, welcome and comfortable, it really was as if we were all sat huddled together in his living room. It was bliss on a lollipop stick, that unfortunately had to end.
Don then came over to the edge of the stage to meet, and have a brief chat with us, He is such a pleasant chap, so polite, his mellow charm warmed me right to my toes.
I was also thrilled at the opportunity to meet another fine gentleman — Ralph Childs. To Don and his band it was just another sound check, to me it was a precious, priceless ornament that I will guard and treasure for the rest of my days. As Alan says this was over an hour,longer than some concerts I have been to!
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