Various - The Phase 4 World Of Show Stoppers album download
|A2||If I Were A Rich Man|
|A4||There Is Nothin' Like A Dame|
|B1||The Man I Love|
|B2||Stranger In Paradise|
|B5||The Impossible Dream|
|B6||(There's No Business Like) Show Business|
Phase IV is the fourth album by Art Zoyd, released in 1982 through Recommended Records. In 1989, Phase IV would be reissued in a double compact disc with Les espaces inquiets and Archives 2. Art Zoyd. Didier Pietton – alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, percussion. Jean-Pierre Soarez – trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion. Thierry Willems – piano, keyboards. Thierry Zaboitzeff – bass guitar, cello, acoustic guitar, vocals. Production and additional personnel.
A1 Hello, Dolly! A2 If I Were A Rich Man A3 Mame A4 There Is Nothin' Like A Dame A5 Do-Re-Mi A6 The Stripper B1 The Man I Love B2 Stranger In Paradise B3 Aquarius B4 Zorba's Dance B5 The Impossible Dream B6 (There's No Business Like) Show Business.
A1, 5. B2 - ℗ 1971 A2, 3. B1, 4 & 5 - ℗ 1968 A4, B3 - ℗ 1972 Laminated with "Clarifoil" made by British Celanese Limited. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): /ZAL.
The Show Stoppers is the eighteenth episode of the first season of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic. In this episode, the Cutie Mark Crusaders believe that winning a talent show will help them earn their cutie marks. The title of this episode may be literally referencing the Cutie Mark Crusaders' antics, in which they perform a theatrical showstopper - a performance that garners enthusiastic or prolonged applause, which usually forces the performers to stop the performance until it has died down
Decca’s legendary Phase 4 series started off in 1961 with a number of gimmicky titles designed to showcase their bold new approach to stereo. The company had already set new sonic standards with their Ernest Ansermet/Orchestre de la Suisse Romande recordings from the 1950s and early 1960s; those pioneering efforts, reissued countless times, sound wonderful in their most recent re-masters. Indeed, the word ‘Spectacular’ appeared in both the Phase 4 logo and in several album titles. In 1964 Decca launched their Phase 4 Concert Series with a string of safe bets. And if film music, show tunes and themed compilations don’t appeal there’s always the option of something more substantial; this includes Doráti’s Carmina Burana (CD 8), Anatole Fistoulari’s Swan Lake (CDs 15/16), a Mahler First from Erich Leinsdorf (CD 23) and a Beethoven Ninth under Stokowski (CD 30).