- Title:Academy Award Winning Songs
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16 Most Requested Songs: The 1950s, Vol. 1. Various Artists. The Essential Paul Simon. Zero ads. Try it now.
Academy Award Winning Songs (1934-1993). Label: Rhino Records (2) – R2 71868. Format: 5 Box Set, Album, Compilation.
Testi . Album: The Envelope Please. Academy Award Winning Songs, Volume 3 (1958-1969). Academy Award Winning Songs, Volume 3 (1958-1969) Various Artists.
Sentimental Stylish Dramatic Warm. Academy Award Winning Songs, Vol. 4 (1970-1981). 4 (1970-1981) doesn't have as many great songs as the previous three volumes, or songs that became classics of their era, largely because the Academy never came to terms with rock & roll. There are a few exceptions, such as Isaac Hayes' immortal "Theme from Shaft," but for the most part, they favored middle-of-the-road pop.
Throughout the history of the Grammy Awards, many significant records have been set. This page only includes the competitive awards which have been won by various artists. This does not include the various special awards that are presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences such as Lifetime Achievement Awards, Trustees Awards, Technical Awards or Legend Awards.
В альбом вошло 33 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:10:29.
Eddie Fisher Sings Academy Award Winning Songs. Gigantisch Gut: Oldie Hits, Vol. 383. 2 Lug 2015 · 20 brani.
Songs which have won the Academy Award for Best Original Song awarded by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Pages in category "Best Original Song Academy Award-winning songs". The following 85 pages are in this category, out of 85 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
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|A1||–Johnny Gibbs And His Orchestra With Ken Barrie And Chorus||Mona Lisa (From Captain Carey Of The USA)
Written-By – Livingston-Evans*
|A2||–Douglas Gamley And Bob Docker*, Twin Pianos & Orchestra||The Last Time I Saw Paris (From Lady Be Good)
Written-By – Kern-Hammerstein*
|A3||–Malcom Lockyer And His Orchestra*||High Noon (From High Noon)
Written-By – Tiomkin*, Washington*
|A4||–London Pops Orchestra* Conducted By Charles Gerhardt||Born Free (From Born Free)
Conductor – Charles GerhardtOrchestra – London Pops Orchestra*Written-By – Black*, Barry*
|A5||–RCA Symphony Orchestra* Conducted By Hill Bowen||Never On Sunday (From Never On Sunday)
Conductor – Hill BowenOrchestra – RCA Symphony Orchestra*Written-By – Towne*, Hadjidakis*
|A6||–Hill Bowen And His Orchestra||Moon River (From Breakfast At Tiffany's)
Written-By – Mancini*, Mercer*
|B1||–Douglas Gamley, His Piano And Orchestra*||Lullaby Of Broadway (From The Gold Diggers Of 1935)
Written-By – Dubin*, Warren*
|B2||–Robert Merrill, RCA Symphony Orchestra And Chorus* Conducted By John Green*||Gigi (From Gigi)
Conductor – John Green*Orchestra, Chorus – RCA Symphony Orchestra*Written-By – Lerner-Loewe*
|B3||–Rosemary Squires, Alyn Ainsworth And His Orchestra*||Secret Love (From Calamity Jane)
Orchestra – The Alyn Ainsworth OrchestraWritten-By – Webster*, Fain*
|B4||–London Cinema Symphony Orchestra* Conducted By Gary Hughes||Days Of Wine And Roses (From Days Of Wine And Roses)
Conductor – Gary Hughes Orchestra – London Cinema Symphony Orchestra*Written-By – Mancini*, Mercer*
|B5||–RCA Symphony Orchestra* Conducted By Charles Gerhardt||Love Is A Many-Splendoured Thing (From Love Is A Many-Splendoured Thing)
Conductor – Charles GerhardtOrchestra – RCA Symphony Orchestra*Written-By – Webster*, Fain*
|B6||–Hill Bowen And His Orchestra||Over The Rainbow (From The Wizard Of Oz)
Written-By – Harburg*, Arlen*
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Notes"Front cover photographed at Pinewood Studios by courtesty of The Rank Organisation"
A2: "Electronically Re-Processed For Stereo"
Printed and made in the E.J. Day Group, London and Bedford
|RDM 2569||Various||Academy Award Winning Songs (LP, Comp, Mono)||Reader's Digest||RDM 2569||UK||1970|