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Various - The Phase 4 World Of Show Stoppers album download

Performer:

Various

Title:

The Phase 4 World Of Show Stoppers

Genre:

Stage

MP3 album size:

1540 mb

Other music formats:

MP3 AAC ASF XM MPC DTS AUD

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Musical

Date of release:

1971

Various - The Phase 4 World Of Show Stoppers album download

Tracklist

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

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).

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