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Romeo and Juliet: A Theme for Lovers/Music Around the World: For Lovers Only album for sale by Jackie Gleason was released Jul 10, 2012 on the Vocalion label. Audio Remasterer: Michael J. Romeo and Juliet: A Theme for Lovers/Music Around the World: For Lovers Only buy CD music Dutton. Recording information: Criteria Studios, Miami. Romeo and Juliet: A Theme for Lovers/Music Around the World: For Lovers Only CD music contains a single disc with 21 songs.
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Jackie Gleason - Romeo and Juliet: A Theme for Lovers/Music Around the World: For Lovers Only Album Track Listing
|1||For Once In My Life See All 2|
|2||Moment to Moment|
|3||By The Time I Get To Phoenix|
|4||Embassy Waltz (From My Fair Lady)|
|5||Love Theme (From Romeo And Juliet)|
|8||Yesterday When I Was Young|
|9||Quentin's Theme (From Dark Shadows)|
|10||This Guy's in Love with You See All 2|
|11||On A Slow Boat To China See All 3||2:59||(Available)|
|12||I Love Paris See All 2 |
|13||Song of India|
|14||On Miami Shore|
|15||April in Portugal See All 2|
|16||Hawaiian Wedding Song|
|17||Swedish Rhapsody (Love Theme From Madame X)|
|18||London By Night|
|20||Brazil See All 2|
|21||Arrivederci Roma See All 2|
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|CD Universe Part number||8751386|
|Release Date||Jul 10, 2012|
|Recording Time||72 minutes|
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|Harry Connick, Jr.|
25 CD (1992)
Romeo and Juliet: A Theme for Lovers/Music Around the World: For Lovers Only buy CD music This 1992 CD is a throwback to Harry Connick's earlier sets for it mostly features the pianist-vocalist on a solo set of standards. Ellis Marsalis drops by to back Connick's vocal on "Stardust," Connick accompanies Johnny Adams' singing on "Lazybones," and "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" is a trio outing with tenor saxophonist Ned Goold and bassist Ray Brown. Otherwise it is all Connick and he sounds in good form on such tunes as "Music, Maestro, Please," "On the Street Where You Live," "After You've Gone" and "Muskrat Ramble." It is a pity that Connick has not continued in this direction. ~ Scott Yanow
Recorded at BMG Studio A, New York, New York in October 1992. Includes liner notes by Tracey Freeman and Harry Connick, Jr.
Personnel: Harry Connick, Jr. (vocals, piano, organ); Johnny Adams (vocals); Ned Goold (tenor saxophone); Ellis Marsalis (piano).
Audio Mixer: Gregg Rubin.
Liner Note Author: Tracey Freeman.
Recording information: BMG Studio A, New York, NY (10/02/1992-10/09/1992); BMG Studio, New York, NY ...
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Romeo and Juliet: A Theme for Lovers/Music Around the World: For Lovers Only CD music Reni Simon,was born in Memphis, Tennessee, the home of blues, soul music and jazz. There is no doubt that Beale Street & the delta influenced her voice. While growing up,her dad played saxophone and loved jazz and that's how she was exposed to the wonderful melodic songs from the 40's that she loves and always wanted to record.
In her earlier career she recorded for one of the top publishing companies in Memphis, singing song demos for Eddie Floyd and other Stax recording artists & writers. She signed her first solo recording contract with Steve Cropper of Booker T. & the M.G.'s & the Blues Brothers. She released a single "I Idolize You", an Ike & Tina Turner song.
Later she moved to San Francisco and toured with The Elvin Bishop Band, sang background on "Fooled Around and Fell In Love" a million seller hit, she performed in concerts in all the major cities in the United States and on all the music television shows in Los Angeles. She sang for song writers in the San Francisco area and Barbara Streisand heard one of the song demos & liked her voice so much she decided to record the song.
When she moved to Nashville she sang background & toured Canada with Roy Orbison. She sang the background parts that her aunt, Anita Kerr had arranged & originally sang on. This CD is a tribute to Anita, who wrote the title song "Where Has The Love Gone?" for Reni when she lived in New York City.
Now back in Memphis, Reni has continued to record recently finishing a CD tribute to Memphis female vocalist called "The Memphis Belles",which included Carla Thomas, Ann Peeples, Cybil Shepard, and many others. That's Reni's daughter & son on the cover of the CD. She made her daughter a promise to record this CD and she always wanted to record her son's song"Somebody". Reni's family is very musical and she has dedicated this CD to all of them.
Supernatural Birth Machine CD (1996)
Romeo and Juliet: A Theme for Lovers/Music Around the World: For Lovers Only songs Having ridden out the initial explosion of grindcore to the point where stoner rock became its own revived genre, due credit for longevity has to go to Dorrian and his compatriots, not least because Dorrian helped out said genre with his Rise Above label and such signings as Sleep. As for his own band, on Supernatural, Dorrian leads everyone through more semi-tributes to the Black Sabbath sound; Dorrian's own ghost-of-Ozzy vocals often get as close to outright mimicry as possible, though generally he avoids straining for the high notes when possible. Drummer Dixon and bassist Smee do their business with relatively little fuss; if nothing else, having better production standards than the original Sabbath did allows their work to always bust forth pretty well. Jennings, meanwhile, is as monstrous and crunching as always, while wise enough to let in lighter moments from time to time, as with the mid-song break on "Stained Glass Horizon." If the subject matter and delivery is a little more self-conscious than, say, that of the Melvins, Cathedral at least has the courage of its convictions, right down to the neo-prog inner sleeve art (dragon heads, historical figures, demons, and angels in a Bosch-style landscape, and so forth). Highlights: Well, if one likes Sabbath, liking the whole album (or alternately dismissing it out of hand for the real thing) will pretty much be the end result. Though a few stand out even more, such as "Cyclops Revolution," with appropriately distorted monster-doom vocals at points, and the appropriately spooked-out vibes of "Nightmare Castle." One thing's for sure: if one wants classically pulpy SF/horror/fantasy scenarios for lyrics combined with brain-melting sludge, this is the place. Thus, song titles like "Urko's Conquest," "Birth Machine 2000," and the "can it be any more appropriate" metacrunch of "Suicide Asteroid." ~ Ned Raggett
Photographer: George Chin.
Personnel: Lee Dorrian (vocals); Garry Jennings (guitar, piano, Mellotron); Brian Dixon (drums); Kit Woolven (percussion).
Recording information: Parkgate Studio (05/1996-06/1996).