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Long Ago and Far Away

Music by Jerome Kern, Lyrics by Ira Gershwin

"Long Ago (and Far Away)" is a popular song from the 1944 Technicolor film musical Cover Girl starring Rita Hayworth and Gene Kelly and released by Columbia Pictures. The music was written by Jerome Kern, and the lyrics were written by Ira Gershwin. The song was published in 1944 and sold over 600,000 copies in sheet music in a year. In 2004 it finished #92 in AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs survey of top tunes in American cinema.

    Release Date: 1944

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James Taylor : The Best of : Solo : Songbook : 654979064541  : 00-PFM0311

James Taylor : The Best of

James Taylor is a Grammy Award winning American singer-songwriter and guitarist born in Boston, Massachusetts, and raised in Carrboro, North Carolina. Taylor's career began in the mid-1960s, but his commercial and critical breakthrough came with the 1970 album Sweet Baby James, a collection of sensitive and introspective songs ranked among the greatest folk rock albums ever. He was part of a wave of singer-songwriters of the time that also included Cat Stevens, Carole King, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Tom Rush, and Jackson Browne, as well as Carly Simon, whom Taylor later married, although the marriage did not last. During the early seventies his work achieved success among critics and the public, with hit singles like Fire and Rain and the U.S. number-one You've Got a Friend, a cover of Carole King's song. His 1976 album Greatest Hits was certified diamond and has sold more than 11 million copies. After the very successful JT (1977), he retained a large audience over the decades. This anthology captures the artistic essence of the legendary singer-songwriter James Taylor.

Songlist: Bittersweet, Carolina In My Mind, Country Road, Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight, Fire & Rain, Golden Moments, Handy Man Print, How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You), Long Ago And Far Away, Mexico, Only A Dream In Rio, Shower The People, Something In The Way She Moves, Steamroller, Sweet Baby James, Up On The Roof, Walking Man, You Can Close Your Eyes, Your Smiling Face, You've Got A Friend

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Voicing: Solo | Performed by James Taylor | 5381b | Songbook | $19.95 | PVG

Hi-Lo's : Under Glass / I Presume : 1 CD : 794579

Hi-Lo's : Under Glass / I Presume    Out of Print

A spate of Hi-Lo's albums have been recently released on CD, but this may be the most auspicious re-emergence yet: the Hi-lo's first two records, paired up for over an hour's worth of great listening. Though some of the cuts can be found on other recordings, the a cappella "Molly Malone" and "Through The Years" aren't available anywhere else, and the remarkable harmonizations that were Gene Puerling's unique artistry are gloriously displayed in a riot of tonal color. Also, "Georgia On My Mind," and "They Don't Believe Me," from their first 1953 recording session for Trend, are included; the latter was on the previously available "Nice Work If You Can Get It" CD, which has since been discontinued. Anyway, suffice it to say, that among the vocal harmony groups of the 1950's, the Hi-lo's were much imitated, but never duplicated, and their appeal is timeless. Mostly accompanied, with orchestrations by frequent music director Frank Comstock.

Songlist: Summertime, The Birth Of The Blues, Skylark, Through The Years, Shadow Waltz, I'm Beginning to See the Light, Chinatown, My Chinatown, The Surrey With The Fringe On Top, In The Blue Of The Evening, Molly Malone, You're the Top, Long Ago And Far Away, Rockin' Chair, Stars Fell On Alabama, Nice Work If You Can Get It, I Thought About You, This Is The Night, Too Young For The Blues, Jeepers Creepers, Put Your Dreams Away, Button Up Your Overcoat, Speak Low, Shoeless Joe From Hannibal Mo, They Didn't Believe Me, Georgia On My Mind

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4792c | 1 CD | $15.98 | Some a cappella

Hi-Lo's : A Musical Thrill : 2 CDs : 433

Hi-Lo's : A Musical Thrill

A musical thrill indeed! Vocal jazz at its best with the arrangements of the genius himself Gene Puerling.

Songlist: June In July, Little White Lies, I Don't Want To Cry Anymore, She's Funny That Way, Whatever Lola Wants (Lola Gets), Island Of Desire, You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me, Fools Rush In, Have You Met Miss Jones, Where Are You, You Can't Hardly Get There Any More, Rockin' Chair, Stars Fell On Alabama, Nice Work If You Can Get It, I Thought About You, This Is The Night, Too Young For The Blues, Jeepers Creepers, Speak Low, Button Up Your Overcoat, Put Your Dreams Away, Shoeless Joe, They Didn't Believe Me, Peg O' My Heart, My Baby Just Cares For Me, Georgia On My Mind, Clap Yo' Hands, Mam'Selle, Lulu's Back In Town, Indian Summer, and more

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7497c | 2 CDs | $23.95 | Some a cappella

Hi-Lo's : In Stereo! : 1 CD : 894232246721 : ESMM7783945.2

Hi-Lo's : In Stereo!    Out of Print

A vintage audiophile vocal pop record originally released in 1959, "The Hi-Lo's In Stereo" features the popular 1950's vocal group The Hi-Lo's backed by Frank Comstock and his orchestra. One of the first LPs to introduce the true sound of stereo to the listening public, the classic album is presented here newly remastered.

Songlist: Surry With The Fringe On Top, Birth Of The Blues, You Took Advantage Of Me, Summertime, Too Young For The Blues, Chinatown My Chinatown, Shadow Waltz, You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby, Long Ago And Far Away, Clap Your Hands

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22248c | 1 CD | $12.95

Various Artists : Barbershop's Best : 1 CD : SBMP 1027

Various Artists : Barbershop's Best bestseller     onsale

Hot off the presses from our own record label comes a great collection of some of the finest barbershop quartets aptly named "Barbershop's Best".This is the first recording to feature a wide selection of both champion male and female quartets and includes some of the finest groups to ever perform in the barbershop style. These studio tracks were in great part selected by the groups themselves and represents, in their opinion, some of their finest work. Featured are cuts from Platinum, Acoustix, Ambiance, Boston Common, Bluegrass Student Union, Panache, Fred and Rumors and more. 16 great tracks.

Songlist: This Is The Moment, Caroline, A Foggy Day (In London Town), Long Ago and Far Away, Sentimental Gentleman from Georgia, Royal Garden Blues, When October Goes, Jungle Book, Five-Oh-Two, Where Are You, Jeepers Creepers, What'll I Do, I Got A Gal In Kalamazoo, Feels Like Home, Eine Kleine NOT Music, I Will Never Pass This Way Again, Excerpts from "Rhapsody in Blue"

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2603c | 1 CD | $14.95 ON SALE $4.95 | A Cappella

Vasari Singers : Deep Purple - Close Harmony Arrangements : 1 CD : Jeremy Backhouse : 7267

Vasari Singers : Deep Purple - Close Harmony Arrangements

This selection of close harmony arrangements offers several well-known items by composers as diverse as Kern, Gershwin and Mancini, but also includes some newer works, including a Vasari commission from Bob Chilcott called "Dances in the Streets" and "Birthday Madrigals" by John Rutter. This fine recording includes many arrangements by Ward Swingle with whom the ensemble has often worked with.

Songlist: Birthday Madrigals, Lullaby Of Birdland, A Nightengale Sang In Berkeley Square, Dances In The Street, Moon River, Autumn Leaves, Deep Purple, Calico Pie, Sit Down You're Rocking The Boat, Summertime, Love Is Here To Stay, Long Ago And Far Away, All The Things You Are, It was A Lover And His Lass, Weeping Willow, In A Mist, L'Amour De Moi, Country Dances

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8478c | 1 CD | $15.95 | Primarily a cappella

Voices of Ascension : Can't Help Singing : 1 CD : Dennis Keene : 3224

Voices of Ascension : Can't Help Singing

The voices of Ascension sing new choral arrangements of favorite Kern songs - in styles ranging from swinging Browdway (I Won't Dance; Can't Help Singing) to a timeless classical tone (All The Things You Are; Smoke Gets in Your Eyes). Dennis Keene's talented singers are accompanied variously by orchestra, harp, and string quartet, leading to some surprising moments such as a solo oboe emerging from the orchestra in a poignant Long Ago and Far Away. There is also the beautiful a cappella singing listeners have come to expect from Voices of Ascension - as in the rich 8-part version of All The Things You Are.

Songlist: Can't Forget You, All The Tings You Are, I Won't Dance, Don't Ever Leave Me, Pick Yourself Up, Make Believe, Why Was I Born Born, A Fine Romance, Can't Help Singing, They Didn't Believe Me, The Song Is You, Long Ago And Far Away, I'm Old Fashioned, You Couldn't Be Cuter, The Way You Look Tonight, Ol' Man River, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, Yesterdays, Don't Ever Leave Me

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8338c | 1 CD | $15.98 | A Cappella

Women's Chorus of Dallas : In The Mood : 1 CD : Timothy Seelig

Women's Chorus of Dallas : In The Mood

On April 5, 1998 The Women's Chorus of Dallas performed the music from this CD in Dallas; exactly 100 women on stage in authentic 1940s attire. The artistic director, and the only man at TWCD rehearsals, is Dr. Tim Selig. Their principal accompanist and arranger is Anne Albritton, whose piano graces all the songs. There are 17 great songs from the 40s here, but actually many more; "Train Medley," for instance, includes "Take the A Train," "Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe," "Chattanooga Choo-Choo," and "Choo-Choo Ch'Boogie." There's a wonderful booklet included with photos and dedications and memories. The audience, many of whom got through the 40s with the help of this wonderful music, loved it, and so will you!

Songlist: In the Mood, Big Band Bash, Come Rain or Come Shine, Sunny Side of the Street, Stormy Weather, Long Ago and Far Away, It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing), Flat Foot Floogie, Mood Indigo, Train Medley, Route 66, In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning, Thanks for the Memory, What I'll Do, For All I Know / My Buddy, I'll Be Seeing You, God Bless America

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6607c | 1 CD | $15.98 | Primarily a cappella

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Long Ago and Far Away : SATB : Mark Hayes : Jerome Kern : 1 CD : 00-35747 : 038081399430

Mark Hayes : Long Ago and Far Away

This popular song from the 1944 film Cover Girl has been recorded by tons of popular artists from Gene Kelly to Rod Stewart. Just listen as Mark Hayes puts his special signature touch on his richly-orchestrated arrangement.

Arranger: Mark Hayes | Composer: Jerome Kern | Lyricist: Ira Gershwin

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Voicing: SATB | Sheet Music | $2.10 |
(Minimum order 4 copies)
| 00-35747 | Showtrax CD Available
Other Voicings: SAB, SSA

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