October 2

What A Man - Various - In Love With New York - The Greatest Tunes From The Big Apple (CD, Album)



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Posted 11.10.2019 by Kagataxe in category "Religious

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  1. By Tezilkree on
    Frank Sinatra was arguably the most important musical figure of the 20th century, his only real rivals for the title being Elvis Presley and the Beatles. In a professional career lasting 60 years, he demonstrated a remarkable ability to maintain his appeal and pursue his musical goals despite countervailing trends. He came to the fore during the swing era of the s and '40s, helped to.
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  2. By Got on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of In Love With New York - The Greatest Tunes From The Big Apple on Discogs.
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  3. By Karg on
    Apple Music is available in iTunes, and for iOS and Android devices. Try it free Try it free. Discover songs you’ll love from music picked just for you. Tap into new music with curated playlists from our editors. Ask Siri to search for songs.
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  4. By Mikagar on
    The latest installment in the "Cities of Love" anthology series, New York, I Love You strings together a motley set of short films all set in the Big Apple. Despite an effort to create one story.
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  5. By Togar on
    Nov 26,  · DJ Maretimo - Nightflight New York (Full Album) Big Apple, Metropolitain Lounge Music, HD, - Duration: DJ Michael Maretimo - Chill & House Mixes , views
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  6. By Moramar on
    Nov 03,  · Here we collect our favorite odes to the Big Apple, including anthems by New York icons like Lou Reed, Jay Z and Julian Casablancas, as well as wrongly unsung gems. The result is .
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  7. By Taule on
    Feb 18,  · The album is a bridging of worlds — it’s a broken-hearted Jenny from the Block’s ode to unreliable love and undeniable passion (New York in a nutshell), and it marries a distinctly Latin.
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  8. By Akinodal on
    A New York state of mind links these songs-a remarkable pop music mix that reflects and celebrates the incredible musical diversity of the City That Never Sleeps. Pop this CD into your player, and you can easily imagine yourself standing in Times Square, crossroads of the world, where there's an endless cavalcade of excitement and amusement /5(3).
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  9. By Aramuro on
    2. “New York, New York,” from On the Town. Three sailors, 24 hours, one city—Leonard Bernstein’s first Broadway musical, On The Town (), kicks off with this rousing clarion call as a group of Navy boys hit New York on shore leave for one memorable day. Most New York lyric: “The Bronx is up but the Battery’s down / The people ride in a hole in the ground”.
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