NOMA Music out of Los Angeles has taken into inventory several recordings Tony LaVorgna and I made for “A NYC Subway Christmas.” They’ll be made available for syndication in film and television programming over the next few years.
More great songs added to the solo (guitar/voice) repetoire:
You Put Something Better (Roger Daltrey)
You Can’t Fail me Now (Bonnie Raitt)
Still Learning How to Fly (Rodney Crowell)
A few new numbers added to the repetoire (with my fav artist version in parens):
We’ll Be Together Again (Jackie Paris, Sammy Davis)
A Fool Such as I (Hank Snow)
Change Partners (Fred Astaire)
You’ll Never Walk Alone (Christine Hamilton/original ’45 recording)
Here’s the original cast recording of You’ll Never Walk Alone, a delight to listen to.
If you’ve never heard the original cast recording of Carousel (not my favorite musical, mind you), this track, and especially, the singer, Christine Hamilton, a contralto who debuted the role of Nettie Fowler on B’way, are really fine, recorded at the apex of American popular culture.
I just love LOVE how Texans are so easy to get along with. In general, but here I’m talking about people in business. Open and friendly and constructive and problem-solving and accomodating and welcoming. Everywhere I go in this state!
Richie Kaye Music and AudioTheater Services LLC