VA-Sittin In The Balcony (Movie Songs) CD

Item number: ACD12506

VA-Sittin In The Balcony (Movie Songs) CD,1. Anne Lloyd with the Jimmy Carroll Orchestra: Song From Moulin Rouge FROM THE MOVIE 'Moulin Rouge' 2. Michael Stewart Quartet: Around The World In 80 Days FROM THE MOVIE 'Around The World In 80 Days' 3. Cab Calloway: Unchained Melody FROM THE MOVIE 'Unchained' 4. Anne Lloyd & Steve Evan with the Jimmy Carroll Orchestra: True Love FROM THE MOVIE 'High Society' 5. Anne Lloyd & Michael Stewart Quartet: Friendly Persuasion FROM THE MOVIE 'Friendly Persuasion' 6. Tony Russo with the Jimmy Carroll Orchestra: Love Is A Many Splendored Thing FROM THE MOVIE 'Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing' 7. Artie Malvin: April Love FROM THE MOVIE 'April Love' 8. Michael Stewart Quartet & The Jimmy Carroll Orchestra: Moonglow FROM THE MOVIE 'Picnic' 9. Artie Malvin: Love Me Tender FROM THE MOVIE 'Love Me Tender' 10. Sam And Orchestra: Hernando's Hideaway FROM THE MOVIE 'Pajama Game' 11. Danny Williams: Moon River FROM THE MOVIE Breakfast At Tiffany's' 12. Elise Rhodes & The Jimmy Carroll Orchestra: Que Sera (Whatever Will Be Will Be) FROM THE MOVIE 'The Man Who Knew Too Much'

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Here's a musical journey back to the 1950s with a dozen themes from Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. The songs from films like 'Around The World In 80 Days'; 'High Society' (the song True Love); 'Breakfast At Tiffany's' (Moon River); and 'Love Me Tender' are accompanied by vintage movie illustrations. An unexpected treasure is the theme from an obscure prison film called 'Unchained' that sank without a trace at the time, but went on to become one of the most recorded romantic songs of all time. Unchained Melody has been called the most memorable love song ever written. Even if you never set foot inside a cinema, you stood a pretty good chance of hearing these tunes on the radio. They come from a time when hit records ? both vocal and instrumental ? often began life on the silver screen. We present "cover" versions of those original hits issued by BELL RECORDS in New York City, using top singers, musicians and studios.

Musicstyle: 1950s RocknRoll/Rockabilly
Artwork by: Sven Uhrmann