Various - Highlights From The Series album FLAC
Listen free to Various Artists – Soundtrack Highlights from the Originals (I Need You Baby, After You've Gone and more). 15 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Connect to this site.
2012 soundtrack album by various artists. Les Misérables: Highlights from the Motion Picture Soundtrack. Soundtrack album by. various artists. December 21, 2012 (2012-12-21). The Highlights album doesn't contain all musical numbers in the film, with traditional show highlights such as "Who am I?" and "A Little Fall of Rain" being omitted. The famous anthem "Do You Hear the People Sing?" does not appear on the album except for its reprise in the "Epilogue". 200 in its third week on the chart, selling 92,000 copies. The total of 178,000 copies sold from the ten days of sales made it the tenth best-selling soundtrack album of 2012. It sold a further 512,000 copies in the United States in 2013, making it the third best-selling soundtrack of 2013. 2014, it had sold a total of 690,000 copies in the U. .
Album · 2015 · 14 Songs. Game of Thrones (Music From The HBO® Series). Batman (Original Motion Picture Score).
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Highlights From The Main Event. 2ba Master-music From The Hit Tv Series. G. 74. Songs From The Last Century. 75. Dizzy Up The Girl. Music Live From The Panel. P. 93. Do Not Talk Over Me. Guido Hatzis.
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If this album were a character on Game of Thrones, it would be unceremoniously stabbed to death within five minutes. For the Throne was steered in large part by Grammy-nominated hitmaker Ricky Reed, who served as an executive producer and helped write and record more than half of the album. incest-laden, quasi-medieval apocalypse allegory at hand. From the Grave is a long-distance love song seemingly sung from the perspective of Jon Snow, the reluctant hero who was once magically resurrected. But it’s actually more fun to think of lines like Bury me and lock me in/I’ll find a way to rise again as something growled out by a skeletal wight, the evil zombies of the Thrones universe. Undead flesh eaters have feelings too, right? In an interview with Billboard, Reed mentioned that he purposefully didn’t include too many obvious references to Thrones on the album.
|1||–Benny Goodman||King Porter Stomp|
|2||–Louis Armstrong||Twelfth Street Rag|
|3||–Duke Ellington||Blues To Be There|
|4||–Billie Holiday||When Your Lover Has Gone / Don't Explain|
|5||–Dave Brubeck||One Song|
|6||–Sarah Vaughan||It Might As Well Be Spring|
|7||–Ahmad Jamal||Rica Pulpa|
|9||–George Benson||A Foggy Day|
|11||–Aretha Franklin||Right Now|
|12||–Count Basie||Squeeze Me|
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|COL 473686 2||Various||The Essentiel Highlights From The Series (CD, Comp)||Columbia||COL 473686 2||Europe||1993|
|COL 473686 2||Various||Essentiel Jazz - La collction qui fait aimer le jazz (CD, Comp)||Essentiel Jazz||COL 473686 2||France||1995|
|COL 473686 9||Various||Essentiel Jazz Collection (CD, Comp)||Columbia||COL 473686 9||Europe||1994|