sábado, 28 de setembro de 2013

Cyril Stapleton and His Orchestra - Screen Music Best Hits

  1. Theme from The Sting
  2. Diamonds Are Forever
  3. Theme from Borsalino
  4. Smile - Theme from "Modern Times"
  5. Women in Love
  6. Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head
  7. People
  8. Never on Sunday
  9. The Impossible Dream - From "Man of La Mancha"
  10. Free As The Wind - Theme from Papillon
  11. Rosy's Theme - From "Ryan's Daughter"
  12. Eternally - Theme from "Limelight"
  13. Theme from "The French Connection"
  14. Theme from "Le Clan des Siciliens"
  15. Is Paris Burning
  16. Le Casse - The Burglar
  17. The Shadow of Your Smile
  18. Theme from "Z"
  19. Theme from "Death in Venice"
Screen Music Best Hits

sexta-feira, 27 de setembro de 2013

101 Strings Orchestra - The Romance of Magic Island

  1. La Paloma
  2. Lady in Lace
  3. Avalita
  4. Samba for Sophia
  5. Exotic Night
  6. The Moon Was Yellow
  7. The Lady and the Matador
  8. You My Love
  9. The Magic Island
Magic Island

quinta-feira, 26 de setembro de 2013

Billy Vaughn and His Orchestra - Carnival in Paris (EP)

  1. Carnival in Paris
  2. Wabash Blues
Carnival in Paris

Billy Vaughn e Sua Orquestra

  1. Look for A Star (from "Circus of Horrors")
  2. Snowfall
  3. Mona Lisa
  4. Paper Roses
  5. Greenfields
  6. Beyond the Sunset
  7. Because They're Young
  8. He'll Have to Go
  9. Theme from "The Apartment"
  10. La Montana
  11. Just A Closer Walk with Thee
  12. Marta
Billy Vaughn e Sua Orquestra


Billy Vaughn was one of the most popular orchestra leaders and pop music arrangers of the '50s and early '60s. In fact, he had more pop hits than any other orchestra leader during the rock & roll era. Vaughn was also the musical director for many of the hitmakers on Dot Records, including Pat Boone, the Fontane Sisters, and Gale Storm. As a pop music arranger, he was most distinctive for his his clean, inoffensive mainstream adaptations of rock & roll and R&B hits. Vaughn was also a recording artist, and he cut a number of albums of easy listening instrumental music that were very popular throughout the '60s. 

Vaughn began his professional music career in 1952, forming the vocal quartet The Hilltoppers with Don McGuire, Jimmy Sacca, and Seymour Speigelman. From 1952 to 1957, The Hilltoppers had numerous hit singles, beginning with Vaughn's song "Trying." He left the group in 1955 to join Dot Records as a musical director. Vaughn was responsible for most of Dot's biggest hits of the '50s as he rearranged popular rock & roll and R&B songs for white mainstream groups. His first success was with the Fontane Sisters, who sang with his orchestra on all their singles, including their 1954 breakthrough hit "Hearts of Stone." However, Dot's biggest success was Pat Boone, who had a series of hits with Vaughn's cleaned-up arrangements of rock & roll songs.

At the same time he was leading the vocal pop division of Dot, Vaughn was recording his own instrumental records, which frequently were also covers of R&B and country songs. Beginning with 1954's "Melody of Love," Vaughn had a string of easy listening U.S. hit singles that ran for over a decade. He also recorded numerous hit albums, with 36 of his records entering the U.S. album charts between 1958 and 1970. Though he was the most successful orchestra leader of the rock & roll era, he wasn't able to sustain an audience in the late '60s. Vaughn released several albums in the '70s before quietly retiring in the early '80s. 

(By Stephen Thomas Erlewine from allmusic.com)

quarta-feira, 25 de setembro de 2013

Jackie Gleason - Romeo and Juliet

  1. For Once in My Life
  2. Moment to Moment
  3. By the Time I Get to Phoenix
  4. Embassy Waltz
  5. Love Theme from Romeo & Juliet
  6. Beverly
  7. Didn't We
  8. Yesterday When I Was Young
  9. Quentin's Theme
  10. This Guy's in Love with You
Romeo and Juliet

Jovaldo Guimarães - Sax Romântico Brasileiro

  1. Wave (Tom Jobim)
  2. Casa no Campo (Zé Rodrix / Tavito)
  3. Oceano (Djavan)
  4. Besame (Flávio Venturini / Murilo Antunes)
  5. Verde (Eduardo Gudin / Costa Netto)
  6. Amor I Love You (Marisa Monte / Carlinhos Brown)
  7. Sozinho (Peninha)
  8. Na Rua, Na Chuva, Na Fazenda (Casinha de Sapê) (Hyldon)
  9. Drão (Gilberto Gil)
  10. Saigon (Cláudio Cartier / Paulo Freitas)
  11. Verdade Chinesa (Gilson / Carlos Colla)
  12. Garota de Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinícius de Moraes)
Sax Romântico

Jovaldo Guimarães, 48 anos, é natural de Montanha, Espírito Santo, radicado na capital Vitória há trinta anos, professor de saxofone da Faculdade de Música do Espírito Santo - FAMES e da Secretaria de Produção e Difusão Cultural da UFES - Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo.

Músico-bacharel e pós-graduado em docência superior, ele já se apresentou em diversos países europeus, mostrando a pura música brasileira. Dirige a banda Gonguê e atua no mercado de música ao vivo no Espírito Santo e em outros Estados brasileiros.

terça-feira, 24 de setembro de 2013

Paul Kuhn and The Best - As Time Goes By

  1. Almost the Blues
  2. As Time Goes By
  3. Limehouse Blues
  4. St. Louis Blues
  5. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
  6. A Child Is Born
  7. Too Close for Comfort
  8. Yesterdays
  9. Move
  10. 'Round Midnight
  11. Take the A Train
  12. That Old Feeling
  13. If I Had You
  14. I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
  15. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
  16. Blue Monk
As Time Goes By

Paul Kuhn
(1928 - 2013)
In Memoriam
Thanks, Mr. Kuhn!

segunda-feira, 23 de setembro de 2013

Charlie Byrd - Byrd By the Sea

  1. Wave
  2. I'm Coming Virginia
  3. Killing Me Softly with His Song
  4. Fantasy In B Minor
  5. Salty Dog
  6. Chiquilin de Bachin
  7. Norwegian Wood
  8. Ela Me Deixou
  9. Cherry
  10. The Way We Were
  11. Concerto In G (Vivaldi)
  12. Love Is in the Air
  13. Meditation
  14. This Can't Be Love
  15. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
Byrd By The Sea

Mild, smooth trio date with Byrd playing light jazz, occasional Afro-Latin, and even a mock classical number, backed by bassist Joe Byrd and drummer Bertell Knox. This sometimes comes close to, but never becomes, mood music. The 2000 reissue approximately doubles the length of the original release with seven previously unissued tracks (none alternate versions) cut at the same live sessions. The extra material is stylistically consistent with the rest of the disc, encompassing pop ("The Way We Were"), classic jazz ("It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)"), Vivaldi's "Concerto in G," and Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Meditation." 

(By Richie Unterberger from allmusic.com)


Tasteful, low-key, and ingratiatingly melodic, Charlie Byrd had two notable accomplishments to his credit -- applying acoustic classical guitar techniques to jazz and popular music and helping to introduce Brazilian music to mass North American audiences. Born into a musical family, Byrd experienced his first brush with greatness while a teenager in France during World War II, playing with his idol Django Reinhardt. After some postwar gigs with Sol Yaged, Joe Marsala and Freddie Slack, Byrd temporarily abandoned jazz to study classical guitar with Sophocles Papas in 1950 and Andrés Segovia in 1954. However he re-emerged later in the decade gigging around the Washington D.C. area in jazz settings, often splitting his sets into distinct jazz and classical segments. He started recording for Savoy as a leader in 1957, and also recorded with the Woody Herman Band in 1958-59. A tour of South America under the aegis of the U.S. State Department in 1961, proved to be a revelation, for it was in Brazil that Byrd discovered the emerging bossa nova movement. Once back in D.C., he played some bossa nova tapes to Stan Getz, who then convinced Verve's Creed Taylor to record an album of Brazilian music with himself and Byrd. That album, Jazz Samba, became a pop hit in 1962 on the strength of the single "Desafinado" and launched the bossa nova wave in North America. Thanks to the bossa nova, several albums for Riverside followed, including the defining Bossa Nova Pelos Passaros, and he was able to land a major contract with Columbia, though the records from that association often consisted of watered-down easy listening pop. In 1973, he formed the group Great Guitars with Herb Ellis and Barney Kessel and also that year, wrote an instruction manual for the guitar that has become widely used. From 1974 onward, Byrd recorded for the Concord Jazz label in a variety of settings, including sessions with Laurindo Almeida and Bud Shank. He died December 2, 1999 after a long bout with cancer.  

(By Richard S. Ginell from allmusic.com)

domingo, 22 de setembro de 2013

Earl Klugh - Late Night Guitar - Orchestra arranged and conducted by David Mathews

  1. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
  2. Nice to Be Around
  3. Like A Lover
  4. Laura
  5. Jamaica Farewell
  6. Tenderly
  7. Mona Lisa
  8. Triste
  9. Two for the Road
  10. Mirabella
  11. Lisbon Antigua
  12. A Time for Love
  13. I'll Never Say Goodbye
Late Night Guitar

This is the perfect setting for acoustic guitarist Earl Klugh, playing strong melodies (including such standards as "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," "Laura," "Mona Lisa," and "Two for the Road") while joined by strings and several horns in an orchestra arranged and conducted by David Matthews. As usual for a Klugh session, the guitarist sticks mostly to the themes and does not improvise much, as he never considered himself a jazz player; but the overall effect is quite pleasing. 

(By Scott Yanow from allmusic.com)


An acoustic guitarist with a very pretty tone, Earl Klugh does not consider himself a jazz player and thinks of Chet Atkins as being his most important influence. Klugh played on a Yusef Lateef album when he was 15 and gained recognition in 1971 for his contributions to George Benson's White Rabbit record. He played regularly with Benson in 1973, was briefly a member of Return to Forever in 1974, and then in the mid-'70s began recording as a leader. After a couple well-received solo albums on different Capitol imprints including Blue Note, Klugh hit pay dirt with 1979's One on One, a Grammy-winning collaboration with pianist Bob James. More solo albums followed before the sequel to One on One, Two of a Kind, appeared in 1982. In 1984 he changed labels and released one of his most popular albums, Soda Fountain Shuffle, on Warner Bros. Klugh made his biggest artistic impression yet in 1989 with the self-explanatory Solo Guitar. Two years later he would return to the "serious jazz" repertoire of Solo Guitar, but this time with bassist Ralphe Armstrong and drummer Gene Dunlap on the acoustic bebop outing The Earl Klugh Trio, Vol. 1. Cool from 1992 found him working with Bob James again and was followed by three more smooth releases for the Warner Bros family before the jump was made to Windham Hill with 1999's Peculiar Situation. Compilations, live albums, appearances with others, and reissues filled the years leading up to 2005's Naked Guitar, a stripped-down, standards-heavy album for the Koch label. The Spice of Life followed in 2008. For the next four years, Klugh focused on touring and booking his Weekend of Jazz concerts at both the Broadmoor Hotel & Resort in Colorado Springs and the Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina. In 2013, he returned to recording. The album Hand Picked was released by Heads Up in the summer of 2013, and featured guest spots by Bill Frisell, Vince Gill, and Jake Shimabukuro. 

(By Scott Yanow from allmusic.com)

sábado, 21 de setembro de 2013

Arthur Lyman - Hawaiian Sunset

  1. Hawaiian War Chant
  2. Sweet Leilani
  3. Imi Au Ia Oe (King's Serenade)
  4. My Tane
  5. Whispering Reef Lullaby
  6. Song of the Islands (Na Lei O Hawaii)
  7. Hilawe
  8. Isle of Golden Dreams
  9. Mapuana
  10. Waipio
  11. Kawohikukapulani
  12. Ke Kali Nei Au
  13. Harbor Lights
  14. Blue Hawaii
  15. Beyond the Reef
  16. Aloha-No Honolulu
Hawaiian Sunset


As the vibraphonist for Martin Denny's group, Lyman was instrumental in crafting the sound of exotica. Lyman didn't stay with Denny for long, however, leaving the ensemble in 1957 to start a solo career that was nearly as successful as Denny's. To no one's surprise, Lyman's albums sounded very much like Denny's, with even more of a somnambulant feel. Much of the public wanted to relax, though, and they sent his debut, "Taboo," to number six in the album charts in 1958. In addition to playing vibes on his group's recordings, Lyman also played some guitar, piano, and drums, as well as paying careful attention to using stereophonic sound.

Lyman also had a few hit singles, with "Taboo" and "Love for Sale" reaching the middle of the charts, and "Yellow Bird" (the only big exotica hit besides Denny's "Quiet Village") making number four in 1961. Like Denny (though to a lesser extent), Lyman experienced a resurgence in popularity in the '90s, when the space age pop revival made it acceptable to drag out his old LPs and sit in tiki bars again. He continued performing for tourists in Waikiki until a year before his death from throat cancer on February 24, 2002.

(By Richie Unterberger from allmusic.com)

sexta-feira, 20 de setembro de 2013

The Golden Strings - Golden Strings Play Golden Standards

  1. Ebb Tide
  2. Some Enchanted Evening
  3. Theme from "A Summer Place"
  4. Days of Wine and Roses
  5. September Song
  6. Fly Me to the Moon
  7. Love Theme from "The Sandpiper"
  8. Strangers in the Night
  9. More
  10. (I Left My Heart) in San Francisco
  11. The End of the World
  12. Fascination
Golden Standards

The Golden Strings are a section of the internationally renowned Royal Grand Orchestra of Tokyo.

Their recordings made in the studios of Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd are in keeping with today's high standards in Japanese technological achievement.

Billy Vaughn - Os Grandes Sucessos de Billy Vaughn

  1. La Paloma
  2. Blue Tango
  3. Laura
  4. Theme from The Apartment
  5. Torna A Sorrento
  6. Never on Sunday
  7. Tracy's Theme
  8. Wheels
  9. Autumn Leaves
  10. Theme from A Summer Place
  11. Ruby
  12. Look For A Star
  13. Theme from "The Alamo" (The Green Leaves of Summer)
  14. Tenderly
Grandes Sucessos


This is the story of the most successful orchestra leader of all time, based purely on the number of chart successes. Between 1955 and 1970, Billy Vaughn had 28 singles and 36 albums in the US charts alone. In Germany he had a very impressive string of 19 top hits until the mid-1960's. Throughout this time, billy Vaughn remained in the background, never forcing his way into the limelight or onto the front pages of the entertainment magazines.

Richard Vaughn was born on 12 April 1919 in Glasgow, Kentucky. He attended the Western Center college in nearby Bowling Green. In 1952 he and his friends Jimmy Sacce, Don McGuire and Seymour Spiegelman formed the singing quartet "The Hilltoppers". Vaughn sang baritone, played the piano and composed "Trying", the Hilltoppers first hit after they had signed on to Dot Records. Dot was specialised in cover versions, so the Hilltoppers covered Johnny Mercer's "P. S. I Love You" in 1953 and "Only You" by the Platters in 1955 with big success. Both singles sold millions in the US. In 1955, Billy Vaughn accepted an offer by Dot label boss Randy Wood and became musical director of the label. The remaining Hilltoppers continued until 1962, when they took jobs with Dot Records as well.

Billy Vaughn founded a studio orchestra, but initially his main task was to scan music catalogues for appropriate compositions together with Wood, who ran the biggest record mail order service in the south of the US. the exhaustive research work brought Vaughn onto the trail of interesting folk songs and finally took him to Germany in 1961, where he adapted "Berlin Melody" by Berlin composer Heino Gaze.

Orchestra leader Billy Vaughn mainly concentrated on black rock 'n' roll and rhythm-and-blues songs - in the 1950's they were simply not acceptable to the majority of whites in the South. He toned the songs down and gave them a new soft and enticing arrangement, creating his trademark sound with velvety guitar and sax solos. At first, the Billy Vaughn Orchestra accompanied other Dot artists, such as The Fontane Sisters, who turned "Hearts of Stone" (a song originally by rhythm & blues band Otis Williams & The Charms) into a million seller. For Gale Storm he adapted Smiley Lewis's "I Hear You Knocking" (1955), and his ideas played a vital role in creating the typical Pat Boone sound.

The Billy Vaughn Orchestra scored their first gold single with more than a million sold with "Melody of Love (Melodie D'Amour)" in 1954, a song written in 1903. In November 1956 "The Shifting Whispering Sands" became a top 5 hit, and in 1956 Billy Vaughn covered the "Theme from the Three Penny Orchestra - Moritat", which became his biggest hit in Great Britain.

In the summer of 1958 the Billy Vaughn Orchestra finally made it big in the German market when their version of the Bing Crosby classic "Sail Along Silvery Moon" suddenly appeared on the number one position of the charts. From then on, Billy Vaughn's records sold very well on both sides of the Atlantic. By the end of 1959, he had released the hits "La Paloma", "Cimarron", "Blue Hawaii", "Aloha-Oe", "Morgen" and "Unter dem Doppeladler".

The 1960's began for the Billy Vaughn Orchestra the same way 1950's had ended - successful. The album "Theme from a Summer Place" sold in excess of one million units in the US and was certified gold. After covering "Red Sails in the Sunset" in 1960, Vaughn covered another Fats Domino classic - "Blueberry Hill". He also wrote a new arrangement of the country evergreen "Orange Blossom Special", and his version of "Wheels", a song originally by the String Alongs, became his third number one single in Germany.

1962 saw his career reach another climax with "A Swingin' Safari", originally by his German colleague Bert Kaempfert. His special relationship with Germany continued with three other smash singles - "Zwei Gitarren am Meer", "Lili Marleen", and "Berlin Melody".

Vaughn's highly popular sound profited from his enormous repertoire knowledge and seemed unstoppable. It appealed to young and old and could be used for every occasion from radio airplay to dance parties. The string of hits for the Billy Vaughn Orchestra continued until 1966. Vaughn had resisted against rock 'n' roll, but in the end he had to give in to the ever increasing popularity of beat and rock music. Ironically, his last single hit (in January 1966) was a cover of the Beatles song "Michelle". The orchestra leader continued to release albums until 1970, then turned his attention to his tasks as arranger, producer and talent scout again. Until his death on 26 September 1991, Vaughn lived a secluded live in the Californian town of Escondido.

That his perfectly arranged and timeless orchestra sound survived all fashions and trends is demonstrated by his big revival in Germany in the late 1970's and early 1980's, when his hit sampler "Moonlight Melodies" made it to number one on the album charts.

(By Christian Graf, 1996)

quinta-feira, 19 de setembro de 2013

Peter Nero - Young and Warm and Wonderful - Orchestra conducted by Marty Gold

  1. When I Fall in Love
  2. Secret Love
  3. Don't Blame Me
  4. You Are Too Beautiful
  5. Wonderful You
  6. Thou Swell
  7. Young and Warm and Wonderful
  8. Just Squeeze Me
  9. Wasn't the Summer Short
  10. All the Things You Are
  11. Warm
  12. The Way You Look Tonight
Young and Warm

quarta-feira, 18 de setembro de 2013

Billy Vaughn and His Orchestra - Melodies of Love (EP)

  1. Melody of Love
  2. Words of Love
  3. Just A Wearyin' for You
  4. My Buddy
  5. Silver Moon
  6. Beautiful Lady in Blue
  7. Carolina Moon
  8. Your Love
Melodies of Love

Billy Vaughn - No Cinema

  1. Never on Sunday (Hadjidakis)
  2. Theme from Mr. Lucky (Henry Mancini)
  3. O Sole Mio (Di Capua)
  4. Theme from "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs" from The Warner Bros Picture (Max Steiner)
  5. Theme from "The Alamo"  (The Green Leaves of Summer) (Webster-Tiomkin)
  6. Old Cape Cod (Rothrock-Yakus Jeffrey)
  7. Theme from "The Sundowners" from the Warner Bros Picture (Dimitri Tiomkin)
  8. Everybody's Somebody's Fool (Greenfield-Keller)
  9. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (Webster-Fain)
  10. Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu) (Parish-Modugno-Migliacci)
  11. Remember When (Ram-Addy)
  12. Walk, Don't Run (J. Smith)
No Cinema 

Algo novo foi adicionado ao som dos saxofones de Billy Vaughn, já familiar e favorito. Aparece agora uma nova dimensão da seção de cordas, aumentada em 40 professores - uma coleção quase sinfônica de violinos, contra-baixos e violas. As cordas percorrem uma série de arranjos de velhos sucessos que vão encantar os fãs de Billy Vaughn.

Após seu grande êxito com o tema de "Amores Clandestinos", o qual lhe valeu o 'Troféu Chico Viola' como o 'Melhor do Disco de 1960', neste LP vamos encontrar uma série de outros 'Temas Cinematográficos', alguns já conhecidos e outros que iremos após o lançamento das respectivas películas.

No tema do filme "Nunca aos Domingos", Billy deu um tratamento todo especial, acrescentando à sua orquestra as famosas bouzokias (guitarras gregas). Aliás essa música recebeu mais de 300 versões em todo o mundo, mantendo-se nos primeiros postos em todas as "Paradas".

O tema de "Mr. Lucky" de Henry 'Peter Gunn' Mancini, foi considerado um dos 12 temas mais bonitos de 1960.

Max Steiner, autor do "Tema de Amores Clandestinos" e muitos outros, escreveu a música para o filme "Sombras no Fim da Escada" e o famoso Dimitri Tiomkin, autor de tantos temas bonitos para a sétima arte, escreveu recentemente o tema para o filme "Peregrino da Esperança", duas películas da Warner Bros, que veremos brevemente.

O tema "The Green Leaves of Summer" do filme "Alamo" também é de Tiomkin, tendo Webster como parceiro.

Os mais importantes arranjos que Billy Vaughn fez neste álbum foi para o conhecido "Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing" do filme "Suplício de Uma Saudade" e "Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu" do filme homônimo. São perfeitamente considerados como as melhores versões instrumentais que surgiram até hoje, sem falar no velho "O Sole Mio".

Mas, para que falarmos mais sobre as músicas. Retire o disco, coloque-o no seu fonógrafo e julgue por si mesmo. BILLY VAUGHN é BILLY VAUGHN mmmesmo!

(Geraldo Loewenberg, extraído das notas originais do LP)

terça-feira, 17 de setembro de 2013

Billy Vaughn - Four By Billy Vaughn (EP)

  1. La Paloma
  2. Mexicali Rose
  3. Estrellita
  4. La Golondrina
Four By Billy Vaughn

Martin Denny - Latin Village

  1. Angelito
  2. On Green Dolphin Street / Hernando's Hideway
  3. Corcovado
  4. Without You (Tres Palabras)
  5. Ho-Ba-La-La
  6. Something Latin
  7. Manha de Carnaval
  8. Latin Village
  9. The Girl from Ipanema
  10. Malaguena
  11. Sugar Cane
  12. Flying Down to Rio
Latin Village

segunda-feira, 16 de setembro de 2013

Michel Legrand - Big Band

  1. Le Petit Journal
  2. I Will Wait for You
  3. Dingo Lament
  4. Dingo Rock
  5. Images
  6. You Must Believe in Spring
  7. Pieces of Dreams
  8. The Windmills of Your Mind
  9. Ray Blues
  10. Fast Food
Big Band

domingo, 15 de setembro de 2013

Johnny Hartman - All of Me - with the Frank Hunter String Orchestra

  1. Blue Skies
  2. I Could Make You Care
  3. Tenderly
  4. The Lamp Is Low
  5. While You Were Young
  6. Birth of the Blues
  7. I'll Follow You
  8. I Concentrate on You
  9. Stella by Starlight
  10. The End of A Love Affair
  11. All of Me
  12. Blues Skies (Alternate take)
  13. I Get A Kick Out of You
  14. Birth of the Blues (Alternate take)
All of Me

sexta-feira, 13 de setembro de 2013

Mantovani and His Orchestra - A Lifetime of Music - 1905-1980

  1. Charmaine
  2. Tenderly
  3. If I Loved You
  4. Summertime
  5. Greensleeves
  6. People
  7. No Other Love
  8. Forgotten Dreams
  9. Swedish Rhapsody
  10. A Woman in Love
  11. My Way
  12. Try to Remember
  13. Almost There
  14. Blue Tango
  15. Mexican Hat Dance
  16. Around the World
  17. Andalucia (The Breeze and I)
  18. As Time Goes By
  19. So in Love
  20. The Very Thought of You
  21. The Way You Look Tonight
  22. All the Things You Are
  23. Catari, Catari
  24. Lonely Ballerina
  25. Italia Mia (My Italy)
  26. Elizabethan Serenade
  27. I Left My Heart in San Francisco
  28. On A Clear Day
  29. Moulin Rouge
  30. Londonderry Air
A Lifetime of Music

quinta-feira, 12 de setembro de 2013

Billy Vaughn - Let's Dance

  1. A String of Pearls
  2. Corazon de Melon
  3. Estrellita
  4. Moon River
  5. I'll See You in My Dreams
  6. Blue Tango
  7. Besame Mucho
  8. Fascination
  9. Quien Sera
  10. La Cumparsita
  11. Patricia
  12. In the Mood
  13. Goodnight Sweetheart
  14. Auld Lang Syne
Let's Dance

quarta-feira, 11 de setembro de 2013

Andre Previn and His Orchestra - Starlight Piano

  1. I'm in the Mood for Love
  2. Laura
  3. What Am I Here For
  4. It's A Most Unusual Day
  5. I Remember You
  6. Stella by Starlight
  7. It's Easy to Remember
  8. Falling in Love Again
  9. I Got it Bad and That Ain't Good
  10. That Old Black Magic
Starlight Piano

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