Lesley Wolman | In Hollywood

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In Hollywood

by Lesley Wolman

If you like going to the movies, then you will love this album which features songs spanning eight decades from the Silver Screen. With fantastic arrangements by Michael Asher, this diverse collection of songs is their best collaboration yet!
Genre: Easy Listening: Cabaret
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1. Fame
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2. Alfie
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3. Toy Story Medley: You've Got a Friend in Me / When Somebody Loved Me
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4. The Trolley Song
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3:28 $0.99
5. Frank Sinatra Medley: Young At Heart / The Tender Trap / All the Way / My Kind of Town
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6. How Do You Keep the Music Playing?
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7. More
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8. The Shadow of Your Smile
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9. James Bond Medley: Goldfinger / The Look of Love / Nobody Does It Better
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10. Come What May
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11. That Old Black Magic
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12. Thanks for the Memory
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Album Notes
Songs in film tell a story. Great songs make you laugh, cry, inspire or just help you carry on! This album features songs spanning eight decades of the Silver Screen. You will laugh at Dick Tracy's "More," cry over Best Friend's "How Do You Keep The Music Playing?" You will be inspired by Michael Asher's magnificent and creative arrangements on songs like "The Trolley Song," and The Shadow Of Your Smile." "Lesley Wolman's rich performances run the full gamut of emotions from the tradition of swing to the intimately and delicately nuanced ballads. This album contains a diverse program of songs which are markedly different from the way in which they were originally performed.


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