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James Galway, Cleo Laine - Galway/Laine Sampler FLAC album


Performer: James Galway
Genre: Classical music
Title: Galway/Laine Sampler
FLAC version ZIP size: 1630 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1547 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1485 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 964
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Cleo Laine, James Galway Keep Loving M. Cleo Laine & James Galway Play It Again, Sam. 03:07. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Cleo Laine & James Galway How, Where, When (Canon In D). 03:44. Cleo Laine, James Galway How, Where, When? (Canon in D Major, P. 37). 03:45.

2018 featuring 'The Blues Ain't' & 'World Jazz'. Cleo Laine, James Galway. Hit The Road To Dreamland.

Artist: Cleo Laine, James Galway. Cleo Laine, James Galway: best 2 tracks. Cleo Laine - Life Is A Wheel Johnny Dankworth, Let's Slip Away - Film And TV 1960 - 1973, 2009 02:49. James Galway, National Philharmonic Orchestra - Schön Rosmarin Dances For Flute, 1993 01:48. Artist: Cleo Laine James Galway.

James Galway & Cleo Laine 1980. Settling Up the Score (Datchery & Puffer, With Ensemble). Datchery, Cleo Laine & Edwin Drood Original Broadway Cast 1986. The Garden Path to Hell (Puffer). The Mystery Of Edwin Drood (Original Broadway Cast Recording) 1986. With Dankworth by her side, Laine began her solo career in earnest with a 1964 album of Shakespeare lyrics set to Dankworth's arrangements, Shakespeare: And All That Jazz. Laine also gained renown for the first of three concert albums recorded at New York's Carnegie Hall, 1973's Cleo Laine Live! At Carnegie Hall. She also recorded two follow-ups (Return to Carnegie and The 10th Anniversary Concert) the latter of which in 1983 won her the first Grammy award by a Briton.

Cleo Laine and James Galway have produced a wonderful album of songs in which there is not a single dud. The whole recording is brilliant, but there is a special place in our hearts for Skylark. Hoagy Carmichael's song has been sensitively arranged and performed by two of Britain's finest musicians. John Dankworth and the rest of the band complement them superbly. It is now approaching 30 years since it was recorded, and sounds as fresh as when it was made.