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Me And My Gal - Grand Design (3) - By Design (CD, Album)

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  1. The World War I era and the field of vaudeville provided the setting for the romantic triangle plot of MGM's movie musical For Me and My Gal, and all of it was an excuse to hear Judy Garland, George Murphy, up-and-coming star Gene Kelly, and others perform vintage songs from the early days of Tin Pan Alley like the title tune, "When You Wore a Tulip," and "After You've Gone," as well as 6/
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  3. One CD has a good selection of original blues tunes, Beer Dawgs: Voodoo & Tattoo On this CD I give my nod to ``Turn of the Screw'' because I feel slim bawb's pain. The other CD is filled with original swampgrass music, slim bawb & gator bait: BEWARE! This music is for real men and women. Their debut CD "Ghost Dawg" came out April
  4. Music Of My Life Vol. 1 - Golden Decade Primary Artist: Music Of My Life, Vol. Golden Decade Primary Artist: Music Of My Life, Vol. 5: Golden Decade Primary Artist: .
  5. Turner Classics' ambitious if somewhat daunting six-CD box That's Entertainment: The Ultimate Anthology of M-G-M Musicals has it all over its predecessors -- including a more modestly proportioned compilation of MGM musical highlights released back in the late '80s -- in terms of scope, quality, and audio engineering. Indeed, at the time of its release in the mid-'90s, this was easily the most.
  6. The Very Best Of Judy Garland (Over The Rainbow)is Just what the album title says. This CD features recordings Garland made in the 40s at Decca Records. All of her classic standards are here and sound brilliant. "Dear Mr. Gable" is here from her early years as well as /5(54).
  7. While I'm not a web developer myself, my day job is focused on the development of user interfaces. Last winter I was teaching students about the user-centered design process, and this included some lessons that I want to share here. Lessons from User-Centered Design 1) You cannot please everyone. There is no "one size fits all" solution.
  8. Not a bad début, the traditional covers are pretty much straight ahead blues rock and all executed OK, but just lack a little potency. "Straight Ahead Blues" is probably the best of those. The original tunes are the ones that stand out for me, my favourite being the instrumental closer "Night Owl Blues".

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