Lena Horne - Seasons Of A Life mp3 flac download
|Title:||Seasons Of A Life|
|Date of release:||2006|
|MP3 album size:||1672 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1464 mb|
|Digital formats:||WMA RA APE MP1 ADX ASF FLAC|
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Live) Lena Horne 20:28 Bewitched Bothered And Bewildered Lena Horne 23:44 I Have Dreamed Lena Horne 26:01 Love Lena Horne 29:23 Just One of Those .
Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music was a 1981 Broadway musical revue written for and starring American singer and actress Lena Horne. The musical was produced by Michael Frazier and Fred Walker, and the cast album was produced by Quincy Jones. The show opened on May 12, 1981, and after 333 performances, closed on June 30, 1982, Horne's 65th birthday. Horne toured with the show in the . and Canada and performed in London and Stockholm in 1984.
Lena, A New Album (CD, Album). Lena Horne With The Robert Farnon Orchestra Featuring Phil Woods - Lena, A New Album (LP, Album). RCA Victor, RCA Victor. RS 1089, (BGL1 1799).
This LP features a fine sampling of the type of material that Lena Horne performed in the 1950s. Backed by an orchestra arranged and conducted by her husband Lennie Hayton, Horne digs into such tunes as "Mad About the Boy," "Stormy Weather," "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home," and "Just One of Those Things. The music swings but is middle-of-the-road pop rather than jazz. However, Lena Horne is heard throughout in top form, and this set is easily recommended to her fans.
That is a real lady," my grandma said. As I spent months delving into her life - her recordings, her Tony-winning autobiographical show "Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music," the Schomburg Center's archives, and one private afternoon at the home of her daughter, author Gail Buckley - my mind often came back to a single image of Horne. An iconic 1956 photo of the actress standing confidently in another couture showroom, unfazed and afire under the sober gaze of the white seamstresses in the background. Lena Horne had a seven-decade career that pre-dates and spans every moment of the Civil Rights and feminist movements. Her exceptional beauty didn’t drown or doom her as it might have. She is currently writing and recording her second album, set for a 2019 release. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below.
Her 1957 live album "Lena Horne at the Waldorf Astoria", which reached on the Billboard Hot 200 chart, became the best selling record by a female artist in the history of the RCA-Victor. Lena won eight Grammy awards including a Lifetime Achievement award in 1989. Lena appeared frequently on television variety shows including Ed Sulivan, Perry Como, Dean Martin, Andy Williams, Flip Wilson, Hollywood Palace and the Muppets. On Broadway she starred the 1957 production of Jamaica and the 1981 Tony-winning show, "Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music. In December of 1936 Ted Horne introduced Lena to his friend the suave handsome 28 year old gentleman Louis Jordan Jones. Louis, the son of a Baptist minister and the brother of a Pittsburgh city councilmen, was an aspiring politician. Smitten by Jones’s charm and manners it was a whirl wind courtship for Lena.
Lena Horne was a class act and a great performer, and remained beautiful until the day she died. Unfortunately, most of today's performers don't have half her class or dignity. I am a Lena Horne fan. There's obviously nothing new in this album, but it is a great way to get a lot of her music in one place for a couple of hours of listening pleasure. The sound quality is good, but not fantastic. About the only thing missing is the hiss and crackle of vinyl.
Lena Horne Biography. Born: June 30, 1917 Brooklyn, New York African American singer. Lena Horne is known as one of the most popular African American entertainers of the twentieth century. A woman of great beauty and commanding stage presence, she performed in nightclubs, concert halls, movies, and on radio and television. Lena Horne was born in Brooklyn, New York, on June 30, 1917.
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14+. Artist. Lena Horne With Lennie Hayton's Orchestra. Stormy Weather (+10).
|3||I've Got To Have You||4:20|
|4||I'll Always Leave The Door A Little Open||3:43|
|5||You're The One||2:52|
|6||Something To Live For||4:31|
|8||Singin' In The Rain||4:12|
|9||Willow Weep For Me||5:03|
- Manufactured By – Blue Note Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Blue Note Records
- Copyright (c) – Blue Note Records
- Remix, Remastered By, Edited By [Re-edited By] – Rodney Jones
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- Matrix / Runout: A 7301 724349426528 C50302-05
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 6100
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