Mike Douglas - It's Time For Mike Douglas: Television's Exciting New Star Sings album flac
- Album: It's Time For Mike Douglas: Television's Exciting New Star Sings
- FLAC: 1941 mb | MP3: 1664 mb
- Released: 1965
- Style: Vocal
- Rating: 4.3/5
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|A1||Young And Foolish
Written By – A. Horwitt - A. Hague
Written By – J. Livingston - R. Evans - H. Mancini
|A3||I'd Climb The Highest Mountain (If I Knew I'd Find You)
Written By – L. Brown - S. Clare
|A4||And This Is My Beloved
Written By – R. Wright - G. Forrest
|A5||Young At Heart
Written By – C. Leigh - J. Richards
|A6||At Long Last Love
Written-By – Cole Porter
|B1||Let Me Love You
Written By – B. Howard
|B2||My Love, Forgive Me (Amore, Scusami)
Written By – V. Pallavicini - S. Lee - G. Mescoli
|B3||(I Wanna Go Where You Go, Do What You Do) Then I'll Be Happy
Written By – S. Clare - L. Brown - C. Friend
Written By – S. Sondheim - L. Bernstein
|B5||My Kind Of Town
Written By – S. Cahn - J. Van Heusen
|B6||Stranger On The Shore
Written By – R. Mellin - A. Bilk
- Arranged By, Conductor – George Williams
- Producer – Manny Kellem
NotesYellow Epic Disc Label
Mike Douglas – It's Time For Mike Douglas: Television's Exciting New Star Sings. Selo: Epic – LN 24169. Formato: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono.
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Опубликовано: 10 авг. 2008 г. It's So Hard.
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Flashback: The ‘Star Wars’ Cast Appears on ‘The Mike Douglas Show’ in 1977. Star Wars is almost like an updated Bob Hope/Bing Crosby road picture, said the talk show host. The summer of 1977 was a particularly insane time in American history. The Son of Sam killer was terrorizing women across New York City, a massive flood in Johnstown, Pennsylvania killed 85 people, Elvis Presley and Groucho Marx died days apart and a blackout turned Manhattan into a scene straight out of a dystopian science fiction movie. A new film called Star Wars also hit theaters. It’s not real serious. A couple of million Star Wars fans probably have a different opinion about the seriousness of the movie. Mark Hamill revealed that George Lucas had two sets of lead actors in mind for the film. If they had gone another way, none of us would be here, he said. They weren’t mixing and matching.
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Professional skier, Producer/Director Switchback Entertainment, Dad, Husband, Godfather, Pleasure enthusiast. The snowpack was fat that year and we played the weather perfectly. On the first anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks in New York, we set up a shot on what turned out to be my only known first descent - a couloir above the Plateau lift that only fills in on the biggest snow years. The long-time locals told me they'd never seen anyone ski it before and that I had to give it a name. Since I skied it on September 11, 2002, I called it the 911 couloir. From what I understand, it's now been descended a handful of times on the fat years since then