Songs of My Life Album


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The album is a collection of songs specifically chosen to reflect some of my feelings, realizations about love, relationships, life’s triumphs and tragedies, and the journey towards understanding we are able to share through the gifts of music and God’s grace. The special meaning these selections represent, through words and melodies that resonate within my heart, simply would not have been possible for me during an earlier time. Please enjoy these songs of my life. I hope they will become songs of your life too.

1. Once in a lifetime Written by: Lesley Bricusse/Anthony Newley (From The Musical “Stop The World- I Want To Get Off”)

2. MoreWritten by Riz Ortolani and Nino Oliviero for the 1962 film Mondo Cane (Theme from Mondo Cane)

3. Send in the clowns – Written by Stephen Sondheim for the 1973 musical A Little Night Music.

4. The way you look tonightWritten by Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields (a song featured in the film Swing Time, originally performed by Fred Astaire.[1] It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1936.)

5. What are you doing the rest of your life – Song with lyrics written by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman and original music written by Michel Legrand for the 1969 film The Happy Ending.

6. Charade – Lyrics by Johnny Mercer, performed in the 1963 film of the same name. It was nominated that year for the Academy Award for Best Original Song

7. It was a very good year – A song Ervin Drake composed in 1961 for and originally recorded by Bob Shane with The Kingston Trio.[1][2] It was subsequently made famous by Frank Sinatra’s version in D minor,[3] which won the Grammy Award for Best Vocal Performance, Male in 1966.

8. I’ve got you under my skin – Written by Cole Porter. It became a signature song for Frank Sinatra.

9. Maybe this time – A song originating from the 1972 film Cabaret. It is sung by the character Sally Bowles, played by Liza Minnelli in the film.

10. Get me to the church on time – A song composed by Frederick Loewe, with lyrics written by Alan Jay Lerner for the 1956 musical My Fair Lady, where it was introduced by Stanley Holloway.

11. The Curtain Falls – Written by: Sol Weinstein, Produced by: Bobby Darin/Nik Venet, Recorded: November 9, 1963 – Live at the Flamingo, Las Vegas Nevada.

12. Drum and Vocal – Bryan Clark Sings a medley of tunes (with just percussion accompaniment) Featuring Alan Dale. Night And Day, And I Love You So, Old Man River.

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