Bob Foster And His Orchestra - Keep Me In Your Dreams / For Sentimental Reasons download album
Bass – Bob Magnusson (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B3, B5, B6), Ray Brown (tracks: B2, B4). Conductor – Nelson Riddle (tracks: A1 to B1, B5, B6), Terry Woodson (tracks: B2 to B4). Design, Art Direction – Kosh, Ron Larson. Drums – John Guerin (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B3, B5, B6), Louie Bellson (tracks: B2, B4). Engineer – Sharon Rice (2). Guitar – Bob Mann (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B5, B6), Dennis Budimir (tracks: B2, B4). Mastered By – Doug Sax. Performer – The Sequoia String Quartet (tracks: A5).
In Dreams is the fourth LP record by Roy Orbison with Monument Records recorded at the RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee and released in 1963. It is named after the hit 45rpm single "In Dreams. In 2004 Rolling Stone named the title song number 319 on their 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
A new version of Last. Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. Medley: In a Sentimental Mood, I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You. Love this track.
For Sentimental Reasons was the last traditional pop album Linda Ronstadt recorded with Nelson Riddle, and it's virtually indistinguishable from its two predecessors - it has the same sweeping arrangements, and her voice remains adequate, not spectacular. That said, For Sentimental Reasons is notable since it contains a high percentage of familiar - some might say overly familiar - standards like "When You Wish Upon a Star," "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered," "My Funny Valentine," "Am I Blue," and "'Round Midnight," which might.
In a Sentimental Mood" is a jazz composition by Duke Ellington. He composed the piece in 1935 and recorded it with his orchestra during the same year. According to Ellington, the song was born in Durham, North Carolina.
When you follow your dreams you will find negative people who might make you think twice about it, but here are 19 reasons to ignore them and follow your dreams. You’ll regret it later in life, and if you’re delaying it, you’ll question yourself why didn’t you do it sooner.
In your dreams!' That phrase came in during the 1990s. It meant someone is being unrealistic, very optimistic, very hopeful. Any circumstances in which expectations are raised - in your dreams! It mixes two senses of the word 'dream' - what happens when you're asleep, of course, and the sense of day dream or reverie - it's a very general use. And I've heard it said all over the place in recent months. And most interesting of all, I've now heard the phrase being extended with the pronoun changing - you see, 'in your dreams' is the second person, but I've now heard it with a first person and a third person. The other day I heard, 'He's going to try for a part in the movie - in his dreams!' - third person. And then one day somebody said to me, 'I hear you're planning a holiday this year'. And I remember muttering to myself, 'in my dreams'! Downloads. Transcript (pdf - 42k).
|A||Keep Me In Your Dreams|
|B||For Sentimental Reasons|