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Wheres That Heartache? - Eileen Farrell - Sings Alec Wilder (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 05,  · Eileen Farrell (Willimantic, Connecticut, 13 de febrero de - 23 de marzo de ) fue una famosa cantante de ópera y de concierto, estadounidense, con voz de soprano.
  2. Artist: Eileen Farrell Title: Sings Alec Wilder Year Of Release: Label: Reference Recordings: RRCD Genre: Vocal Jazz Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log) Total Time: Total Size: mb WebSite: Album .
  3. The Long Run was the Eagles' last studio album until they re-formed in There was a lot of tension in the band, and a lot of pressure to make the album perfect. As a result, they spent 3 1/2 years working on the album, which was the follow-up to Hotel thepurjuncsixirimespadaliformi.xyzinfo later explained to Rolling Stone that he learned from the experience: "All one need do was listen to early Stones records.
  4. May 01,  · Since Eileen Farrell's voice was one of the great musical instruments produced in the United States in the years im mediately after World War II, it .
  5. Alec Wilder Collection: Jackie & Roy: Liner Notes, Composer: Eileen Farrell Sings Alec Wilder: Eileen Farrell: Composer, Lyricist: Glenn Miller and the Army Air Force Band: Rare Broadcast Performances From Glenn Miller.
  6. "The End of Heartache" is the title track and second single from Killswitch Engage's third studio album The End of Heartache. The song also appeared as the theme song for the zombie action film Resident Evil: Apocalypse.. The song became the band's breakthrough single, peaking at no. 31 on the Mainstream Rock Chart.
  7. The writing credits are found on the label. Composed and lyricist are not designated as such, but the lyricist is usually listed first. (The possible exception is "Ev'rytime" which is often credited as a Hugh Martin composition [e.g. in Alec Wilder's American Popular Song, p. ; but in Steven Suskind's Show Tunes , p. , both Martin and Blane are credited with "music and lyrics"]).
  8. Farrell sings Songs "Songs & Ballads" album: soprano Eileen Farrell, two other fine singers and a chamber group, gives sedate, even austere recitals -- everybody dressed in black, sitting.

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