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Romance on Film, Romance on Broadway

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2001
Track listing: CD-1. The More I See You; The Second Time Around; As Time Goes By; Isn't It Romantic; All the Way; Something's Gotta Give; The Way You look Tonight; Long Ago and Far Away: Medley: When I Fall in Love/My Foolish Heart; How Do You Keep the Music Playing? CD-2. Always; I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face; If This Isn't Love; They Say It's Wonderful; I've Never Been in Love Before; As Long as She Needs Me; The Song Is You; Darn That Dream; The Best Things in Life Are Free; My Funny Valentine; Taking a Chance on Love; Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye

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Michael Feinstein: Romance on Film, Romance on Broadway

Read "Romance on Film, Romance on Broadway" reviewed by Dave Nathan

This is a double CD which comes from live sessions by Michael Feinstein at New York's Regency Hotel in April of 2000. The remaining tracks are studio sessions. All of it, as the album title advertises, is Feinstein's interpretations of standards from the Great American Songbook that were introduced or at least given notoriety on a ...

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Michael Feinstein: Romance On Film, Romance On Broadway

Read "Romance On Film, Romance On Broadway" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Released just in time for the 2000 holiday season (and I did see this CD filling end-cap displays at Barnes & Noble), the new Michael Feinstein two-CD package broadens his appeal beyond Broadway tunes that he does so famously. Instead, he has chosen romantic tunes written for film and stage as the glue holding together all ...

Romance On Film, Romance On Broadway

Label: Creative Sources
Released: 2000


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