Boston, Greatest Hits Full ((EXCLUSIVE)) Album 21
GORDON LIGHTFOOT has recorded 21 albums and has five Grammy nominations. His songs have been aired regularly for over 50 years, earning him Radio Singles Chart Positions in North America achieved by few others. Lightfoot's radio hits in the USA have earned five #1s, five Top 10s and thirteen Top 40 hits. In Canada he has earned sixteen #1s, eighteen Top 10s and twenty-one Top 40 hits. In June of 2012 Lightfoot's legacy was further enha...
Boston, Greatest Hits Full Album 21
Like Fiedler before him, Williams surveyed a vast range of material with the orchestra. At Philips, too, he was able to take advantage of digital recording for the first time to bring the orchestral sound to life in newly vivid splendor. The first album covered in this set, Pops on the March, continued Fiedler's popular tradition of marches. His final Philips set, Pops by Gershwin, offered four suites from the late George Gershwin's repertoire. In between, Williams celebrated the music of Broadway (That's Entertainment and On Stage, the latter of which premiered Marvin Hamlisch's unused overture to A Chorus Line), Hollywood (Aisle Seat: Great Film Music and Salute to Hollywood, both of which featured some of his own famous music), yuletide tunes (We Wish You a Merry Christmas), science fiction (Out of This World), chart hits (Digital Jukebox, with the likes of "Tijuana Taxi," "The Girl from Ipanema," and "By the Time I Get to Phoenix"), and classical romance (Pops in Love). Bernstein by Boston found Williams feting another great maestro, Leonard Bernstein, with selections from his scores to West Side Story, Candide, Mass, On the Town, and Wonderful Town. The box set also includes two recitals with Jessye Norman - one with the Pops, and one with Williams soloing on piano. Both placed the opera singer in a pop music setting, performing everything from Bernstein to Billy Joel. The Complete Philips Recordings concludes with two compilations, By Request and Pops Britannia, for a comprehensive overview of Williams' recordings for the label.
John Williams and The Boston Pops: The Complete Philips Recordings, collecting one era of the maestro's long and distinguished career as a conductor (and including stirring renditions of many of his famous film themes, too!), arrives in stores on January 21 from Decca. You'll find pre-order links and the full album listing below!
This month sees Drake and 21 Savage pull up with their surprise collaborative album Her Loss, as well as Roddy Ricch's highly anticipated Feed Tha Streets III. Brockhampton will reunite one last time to release The Family, and Weyes Blood will blend soft rock and folk on And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow. Gryffin will start the month off right with his futuristic record, Alive, while Dolly Parton fans can turn back the clock with her greatest hits collection.
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