Various - Direct From Hollywood (25 Songs From Movieland) album flac
Title: Direct From Hollywood (25 Songs From Movieland)
MP3 album: 1877 mb
FLAC album: 1988 mb
Other formats: RA AUD TTA AIFF ADX DTS AA
Genre: Screen and stage
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Photo: Paramount Pictures. In 2017, we celebrated (and continue to celebrate) the 20th anniversary of Titanic, and with it, the release of Céline Dion’s My Heart Will Go On - one of the most important songs of all time. Which, of course, is subjective. Where some of us had our biggest moments soundtracked by Céline Dion and vaguely Celtic instrumentals, others grew up watching films that prominently featured tracks by Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen, and Eminem (to name a few). In some cases, these soundtrack songs are now more famous than the films they came from
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|1||–Judy Garland||Over The Rainbow|
|2||–Marilyn Monroe||I Wanna Be Loved By You|
|3||–Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong||Gone Fishin'|
|4||–Doris Day||'S Wonderful|
|6||–Nat 'King' Cole*||Straighten Up And Fly Right|
|7||–Judy Garland & Gene Kelly||For Me And My Gal|
|8||–Bing Crosby & The Mills Brothers||Shine|
|9||–Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy||Indian Love Call|
|10||–Lena Horne||The Lady Is A Tramp|
|11||–Marilyn Monroe||Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend|
|12||–Tony Bennett||Jeepers Creepers|
|13||–Billy Eckstine||A Cottage For Sale|
|14||–Doris Day||Singin' In The Rain|
|15||–Frank Sinatra & Dinah Shore||The Night Is Young And You're So Beautiful|
|16||–June Allyson & Peter Lawford||The Best Things In Life Are Free|
|17||–Judy Garland & Johnny Mercer||Friendship|
|18||–Nat 'King' Cole*||On The Sunny Side Of The Street|
|19||–Bing Crosby||Aren't You Glad You're You?|
|20||–Shirley Temple & George Murphy||Little Miss Broadway|
|21||–Danny Kaye & The Andrews Sisters||Civilisation (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo)|
|22||–Al Jolson & Bing Crosby||The Spaniard That Blighted My Life|
|23||–Mario Lanza||Be My Love|
|24||–Louis Armstrong||That's My Desire|
|25||–Bing Crosby & Bob Hope||Put It There, Pal|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – K-Tel Entertainment (UK) Ltd
- Copyright (c) – K-Tel Entertainment (UK) Ltd
- Made By – Disctronics
NotesThis compilation ℗ 2000 K-tel Entertainment (UK) Limited.
Packaging © 2000 K-tel Entertainment (UK) Limited.
Please note that these recordings are many years old and the quality of reproduction is representative of the recording techniques in use at the time.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 5020959358323
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): ECD 3203 01 DISCTRONICS
- Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI L502
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 8728
- Rights Society: mcps