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  • Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allens Films

    2:16:20

    Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films

    From “Blue Jasmine” to “Stardust Memories”, from “Midnight in Paris” to “Hannah and her sisters”, from “Radio Days” to “Mighty Aphrodite”, from “Annie Hall” to “Bullets over Broadway”, Woody Allen has always used jazz in his films. The music underlines the storyline and merges beautifully with each scene. Some of the greatest names in jazz and many of the greatest big bands have featured in his creations: Tommy Dorsey, Billie Holiday, Harry James, Django Reinhardt, Glenn Miller, Bix Beiderbecke, Ben Webster, Sidney Bechet, Louis Armstrong, Chick Webb, Lester Young, Erroll Garner, Artie Shaw, King Oliver, Red Garland, Jelly Roll Morton, and many more …

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    1 - Sidney Bechet “Si tu vois ma mère” (from Midnight in Paris)
    2 - Josephine Baker “La Conga Blicoti“ (from Midnight in Paris)
    3 - Lizzie Miles “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” (from Blue Jasmine)
    4 - King Oliver “West End Blues” (from Blue Jasmine)
    5 - Louis Armstrong “Back O’ Town Blues (from Blue Jasmine)
    6 - The Ink Spots “If I Didn’t Care (from Radio Days) 7 - The Mairy Macs “Mairzy Doats” (from Radio Days)
    8 - Tommy Dorsey “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You” (from Radio Days)
    9 - Glenn Miller “In the Mood” (from Radio Days) [In the Mood Written by Joseph Garland - Used by Permission of Shaprio, Bernstein & Co.,Inc. (ASCAP)]
    10- Red Garland “Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year” (from Whatever Works)
    11 - Chick Webb “If Dreams Come True” (from Stardust Memories)
    12 - Louis Armstrong “Stardust” (from Stardust Memories)
    13 - Harry James & Helen Forrest “I’ve Heard That Song Before” (from Hannah & Her Sisters)
    14 - Harry James “You Made Me Love You” (from Hannah & Her Sisters)
    15 - Artie Shaw “Moonglow” (from Annie Hall)
    16 - Fred Astaire “Cheek to Cheek” (from The Purple Rose of Cairo)
    17 - Tommy Dorsey “Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now” (from Interiors)
    18 - Jelly Roll Morton “Wolverine Blues” (from Interiors)
    19 - Benny Goodman “Whispering” (from Mighty Aphrodite)
    20 - Erroll Garner “Penthouse Serenade” (from Mighty Aphrodite)
    21 - Dooley Wilson “As Time Goes By” (from Play It Again Sam)
    22 - Lester Young “I Can’t Get Started” (from Anything Else)
    23 - Billie Holiday “Easy to Love” (from Anything Else)
    24 - Django Reinhardt “Nagasaki” (from Bullets Over Broadway)
    25 - Bix Beiderbecke “At the Jazz Band Ball” (from Bullets Over Broadway)
    26 - Glenn Miller “Sunrise Serenade” (from the Curse of the Jade Scorpion)
    27 - Duke Ellington “Sophisticated Lady” (from the Curse of the Jade Scorpion)
    28 - Django Reinhardt & Stephane Grappelli “Liebstraum # 3” (from Sweet & Lowdown)
    29- Ben Webster “My Ideal” (from September)
    30 -Teddy Wilson “I Got Rhythm” (from Celebrity)
    31 - Coleman Hawkins “Out of Nowhere” (from Deconstructing Harry)
    32 - Benny Goodman “Sing Sing Sing” (from Deconstructing Harry)
    33 - Benny Goodman “If I Had You” (from You’ll Meet a Tall Dark Stranger)
    34 - Duke Ellington “I let a Song Out of My Heart” (Melinda &Melinda)
    35 - Artie Shaw “Moonglow” (from Alice)
    36 - Erroll Garner “The Way You Look Tonight” (from Alice)
    37 - Tommy Dorsey “Opus n°1” (from Radio Days)
    38 - Glenn Miller “American Patrol (from Radio Days)
    39 - Artie Shaw “Frenesi” (from Radio Days)
    40 - The Mills Brothers “Paper Doll” (from Radio Days)

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  • Woody Allen - Best Movie Soundtracks

    1:9:40

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    00 :00 Midnight in Paris - Si tu vois ma mère- Sidney Bechet
    03 :41 Manhattan Murder Mystery - Take Five - Dave Brubek
    08 :42 Radio Days - In the Mood - Glenn Miller Orchestra
    12 :17 New-York Stories - Sing, Sing, Sing - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
    20 :59 Melinda and Melinda - Take the 'A' Train - Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
    23 :59 Stardust Memories - I'll See You in My Dreams - Django Reinhardt
    26 :31 The Curse of the Jade Scorpion - Sunrise Serenade - Glenn Miller Orchestra
    29 :55 The Purple Rose of Cairo - Cheek to Cheek - Fred Astaire
    33 :16 Mighty Aphrodite - Penthouse Serenade (When We're Alone) - Erroll Garner
    36 :17 Annie Hall - Flight of the Foo Birds - Count Basie
    39 :41 Hannah and Her Sisters - I've Heard That Song Before - Harry James and His Orchestra, Helen Forrest
    42 :45 Midnight in Paris - La Conga Blicoti - Joséphine Baker
    45 :11 Radio Days - South American Way - Carmen Miranda
    48 :03 Deconstructing Harry - Out of Nowhere - Django Reinhardt, Stéphane Grappelli
    51 :23 Stardust Memories – Moonlight Serenade - Glenn Miller Orchestra
    54 :47 Play it Again Sam - As Time Goes By - Dooley Wilson
    57 :34 Interiors - Keepin' Out of Mischief Now -Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
    01 :00 :21 Radio Days - If I Didn't Care – The Ink Spot
    01 :03 :29 Mighty Aphrodite – Whispering - The Benny Goodman Swing Quintet
    01 :06 :09 Annie Hall – Moonglow - Artie Shaw And His Orchestra

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  • Woody Allen The Dean Martin Show

    9:08

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  • Woody Allen: Movie Music & Jazz Soundtracks

    1:38:10

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    WOODY ALLEN: MOVIE MUSIC & JAZZ ORCHESTRA

    00:00 GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Oh, Lady Be Good (Manhattan) 1940
    02:24 LIONEL HAMPTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA - It Don’t Mean a Thing (Sweet and Lowdown) 1939
    05:38 TOMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Night and Day (Radio Days) 1937
    08:10 EARL HINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Sweet Georgia Brown (Deconstructing Harry) 1934
    10:38 ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA - All the Things that You Are (New York Stories) 1937
    13:50 LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA - I’m in the Mood for Love (Manhattan Murder Mystery) 1935
    17:00 BILLIE HOLIDAY AND HER ORCHESTRA - Body and Soul (Stardust Memories) 1940
    19:58 CHICK WEBB AND HIS ORCHESTRA FEAT. ELLA FITZGERALD - If Dreams Come True (Stardust Memories) 1937
    22:32 EDDIE CONDON & HIS WINDY CITY SEVEN - Embraceable You (Manhattan) 1938
    26:38 GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA - In the Mood (Radio Days) 1939
    30:16 DICKY WELLS AND HIS ORCHESTRA - I Got Rhythm (Celebrity) 1937
    32:29 DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Take the A Train (Radio Days) 1945
    35:25 DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Limehouse Blues (Alice) 1931
    38:36 ROY ELDRIDGE AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Christopher Columbus (Deconstructing Harry) 1936
    41:33 SIX MEN AND A GIRL - Tea for Two (Radio Days) 1940
    44:24 BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Sing Sing Sing (New York Stories) 1937
    53:02 ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Begin the Beguine (Radio Days) 1938
    56:17 BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Avalon (Sweet and Lowdown) 1937
    59:01 GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA - American Patrol (Radio Days) 1942
    1:02:26 BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Stompin’ at the Savoy (Small Time Crooks) 1936
    1:05:39 GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Moonlight Serenade (Stardust Memories) 1939
    1:09:05 TOMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA - I’m Getting Sentimental Over You (Radio Days) 1935
    1:12:42 LOUIS ARMSTRONG AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Stardust (Stardust Memories) 1931
    1:15:57 BENNY GOODMAN QUARTET - Moonglow (Annie Hall) 1936
    1:19:22 GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA (Vocal: Ray Eberle and The Modernaires) - Serenade in Blue (Hollywood Ending) 1942
    1:22:54 PAUL WHITEMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Rhapsody in Blue (Manhattan) 1927
    1:31:52 BARNEY BIGARD AND HIS JAZZOPATORS - Caravan (Sweet and Lowdown) 1936
    1:34:58 JIMMIE LUNCEFORD AND HIS ORCHESTRA - Sophisticated Lady (The Curse of Jade Scorpion) 1934

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  • The Greatest Woody Allens Movie Music

    1:15:40

    Complete album here:

    1 00:00:00 01 Take the _A_ Train (From _Radio Days_)
    2 02:56:55 02 It Had to Be You (From _Annie Hall_)
    3 06:57:10 03 Take Five (From _Manhattan Murder Mystery_)
    4 12:24:06 04 Out of Nowhere (From _Deconstructing Harry_) [feat. Django Reinhardt, George Shearing]
    5 15:42:06 05 I Got Rhythm (From _Celebrity_) [feat. Django Reinhardt, George Shearing]
    6 18:43:14 28 Tea for Two (From _Radio Days_)
    7 21:49:47 06 Lullaby of Birdland (From _Celebrity_)
    8 24:31:59 07 In the Mood (From _Radio Days_)
    9 28:05:18 08 Serenade in Blue (From _Hollywood Ending_)
    10 31:31:16 09 I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (From _Radio Days_)
    11 35:58:56 10 American Patrol (From _Radio Days_)
    12 39:18:32 11 Easy to Love (From _Anything Else_)
    13 42:16:43 12 Sing, Sing, Sing (From _New York Stories_)
    14 50:48:20 14 Embraceable You (From _Manhattan_)
    15 54:21:32 15 September Song (From _Radio Days_)
    16 60:07:11 18 Stardust (From _Stardust Memories_)
    17 63:45:20 23 'S Wonderful (From _Manhattan_)
    18 66:25:49 34 Moonglow (From _Annie Hall_)
    19 70:00:22 42 Limehouse Blues (From _Alice_)
    20 72:48:39 54 Young At Heart (From _The Front_)

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  • woody allen — Swing A Lullaby — wild man blues

    4:46

  • Woody Allen Talks About Mel Brooks

    3:00

    AFI Life Achievement Award (15 June 2013)

  • Woody Allen on Liberals

    34

    Sitting athwart the patron-saint of american conservatism, woody allen defines the term liberal.

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  • Chris Rock Is The Biggest Woody Allen Fan // SiriusXM // Raw Dog Comedy Hits

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  • Woody Allen - Interview With Comedy

    8:29

    Music video by Woody Allen performing Interview With Comedy.

  • Woody Allen

    3:35

    Provided to YouTube by WM Poland/WMI

    Woody Allen · Danuta Rinn

    40 Piosenek Danuty Rinn

    ℗ 1989 The Copyright in this sound recording is owned by Polskie Nagrania under exclusive licence to Warner Music Poland, A Warner Music Group Company.

    Conductor: Pawel Perlinski
    Orchestra: Zespol Instrumentalny pd Pawel Perlinski
    Composer: Ryszard Szeremeta
    Lyricist: Magdalena Czapinska

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  • Woody Allen

    2:40

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Woody Allen · Allo Darlin'

    Allo Darlin'

    ℗ 2010 Fortuna POP!

    Released on: 2010-06-07

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Woody Allen revisits Brooklyn 2011

    21:17

    Excerpted from 'Woody Allen: A Documentary' ©2011 B Plus Productions, LLC. Available on DVD.

    Woody Allen revisits the places in Brooklyn he grew up in and tells stories about those times

  • Woody Allen - La familia de ella

    3:27

    Escena de la película de Woody Allen de 1977 Annie Hall, en la que Alvy (Woody Allen) conoce por primera vez a la familia de Annie (Diane Keaton).

  • Woody Allen - Distraction

    4:18

    Cannes Film Fest 2015.

  • Woody Allen

    4:31

    Provided to YouTube by Independent Digital

    Woody Allen · BIG CYC · Krzysztof Skiba · Roman Lechowicz

    Miłość, Muzyka, Mordobicie

    ℗ 1991 Rock Revolution

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Escena todos dicen i love you, Woody Allen musical, Scene everyone says I love you

    1:25

    escena divertida de la pelicula de Woody Allen, musical

  • Midnight in Paris Woody Allen

    3:04

    Inicio de la película de Woody Allen Media noche en París con el tema de musical de Sidney Bechet Si tu vois ma mère. La película merece la pena pero este recorrido por París y sus cambios de colores es precioso

  • Woody Allen suona Bella Ciao

    7:00

    Woody Allen and his New Orleans Jazz Band suonano Bella Ciao all'Auditorium della conciliazione di Roma. (mi scuso per le riprese mosse all'inizio)

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  • Woody Allen and The Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band Live at Carlyle Cafe 11.18.2012

    10:30

    Shine and I Ain't Gonna Give You None Of My Jelly Roll

    Woody sings! Soon-Yi Previn makes an appearance at the very end when Woody exits. John Doumanian, the coke guy from Annie Hall, and one of Woody's best friends was also in attendance.

  • Woody Allen Dick Cavett

    13:06

  • Tim Minchin - Woody Allen Jesus live at Truck Festival 2012

    6:13

    This is a f*cking AWESOME FESTIVAL! Thanks Tim!
    Tickets for Truck 2013 onsale Feb 4th at 7pm.

  • Chick Corea playing with Woody Allens band at Carlyle New York. Nov 28 2016.

    4:21

    Woody Allen Chick Corea Carlyle New York
    woody allen and the eddy davis jazz band

  • Woody Allen I Cant Believe That Youre in Love with Me with Eddy Davis at Café Carlyle

    3:51

    Woody Allen and the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band play 'I Can't Believe that You're in Love with Me' at The Café Carlyle' on October 1, 2010 in NYC.

  • Dan Mills - Another Day - OFFICIAL

    3:11

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    Another Day
    Written by Dan Mills
    Directed by Chris Lavigne
    Color and VFX by Billy Woodward

    Watch the original monolugue from Annie Hall that inspired Dan’s version:
    Original Director: Woody Allen
    Original Director of Photography: Gordon Willis

    close your eyes I am here
    you can rest assured that I will be here when you wake dear
    the Culver line another year
    restless twenty eight I hate to say you’re signed away here

    but you know we’ve got bills to pay
    gotta find our way through life another day
    and you know trouble ain’t going away
    but we'll find our way through life another day

    and if the sky should disappear
    the moon won’t have a place to spend the night can we put him up dear
    a blanket bed on the hardwood floor
    yea I bet no shooting star ever showed them a love like ours before

    and you know we’ve got bills to pay
    gotta find our way through life another day
    and you know trouble ain’t going away
    but we'll gotta find our way through life another day

    and I find it kind of hard to fall asleep
    without wondering what our sorry lives would be like
    if I don’t catch a break and you run out of photographs to take

    but I know I’ll find a way to make it through
    I’ll just re-adjust my dreams and call them new
    I think I’m finally letting go
    cause’ holding on was harder than you know

    so close your eyes I am here
    and you can rest assured that I will be here when you wake dear

    because you know we’ve got bills to pay
    gotta find our way through life another day
    and you know trouble ain’t going away
    but we'll find our way through life another day

  • A Walk with Woody Allen

    6:00

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    A Walk with Woody Allen · French Cafe 24 x 7

    French Cafe Collection, vol. 8

    ℗ 2017 French Cafe 24 x 7

    Released on: 2017-10-09

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  • Woody Allen and William Buckley

    9:27

    Woody Allen invites the legendary conservative icon William Buckley on his show

  • Zelig - Woody Allen

    5:43

    Leonard Zelig es un sujeto de origen judío que posee una asombrosa habilidad: puede transformarse en quien quiera. A partir del contacto con otros, este hombre es capaz de tomar parte de los atributos ajenos y hacerlos propios, convirtiéndose así en una suerte de camaleón humano. Ante semejante descubrimiento, la sociedad científica no lo comprende, lo mira de reojo e intenta estudiarlo, mientras que para la opinión general es un fenómeno de circo. En medio de la vorágine de sentencias sinsentido, médicos bravucones y noticias de tinte amarillento entra en la historia la doctora Eudora Fletcher, quien encuentra en Zelig una verdadera oportunidad de cambio y crecimiento para la ciencia. Ella le dedica tiempo, lo estudia e intercambia ideas con él, intentando encontrar las raíces de su tan extraño “don”. Mientras los demás especialistas especulan con teorías de lo más ridículas (tumores, ingestión de comida mexicana, glándulas defectuosas o deformaciones espinales) y los medios lo convierten en un verdadero fenómeno mediático (inclusive le dedican canciones como “Leonard the lizzard” o “doin’ the chameleon”), Eudora llega trabajosa y amorosamente al fondo del asunto: Leonard sólo quiere ser aceptado, querido y convertirse en uno más dentro de la sociedad. Allí radica el epicentro de sus transformaciones, en una profunda soledad cimentada por un pasado tormentoso que ha sido alimentado por una familia desastrosa y el antisemitismo. Y ella intentará curarlo, aunque eso cueste enamorarse perdidamente de él.
    “Zelig” es un juego de espejos que se balancea entre los avatares de la identidad judía –dando cuenta de la gran pregunta: ¿Quiénes somos? ¿Cuál es nuestro verdadero lugar en el mundo?– y las terribles grietas que posee la sociedad norteamericana con respecto a la aceptación y la opinión individual. Además, este “mockumentary” pone en evidencia la estupidez masiva y el consumo de las grandes urbes: Leonard pasa de ser un freak a un ídolo, luego es considerado un delincuente y en minutos se convierte en un héroe. Todo es un chisme, una anécdota barata de peluquería que vende, vende y vende. Un día es amado, más tarde odiado, no importa si existen o no las pruebas que validen tal o cual afirmación ya que lo que vale es lo que dicen los periódicos y la TV. ¡La opinión es el verdadero camaleón! ¡La sociedad es el verdadero camaleón! Mientras tanto, el pobre Leonard sufre y nadie piensa en él como persona sino en “la marca” Zelig. Nadie intenta comprender lo que le pasa en el fondo a ese pobre hombre: ¡sólo quiere ser uno más, ser querido y pasar desapercibido!
    ¿Podrá Eudora salvarlo con su amor incondicional? ¿Podrá Leonard vivir en paz sin que los demás hagan sentencia sobre su persona? En definitiva, ¿podrá la sociedad dejarlo tranquilo y aceptarlo tal cual es?

  • Woody Allen In Sleeper.

    22

    WoodyAllen in Sleeper, I just like this scene.

  • Woody Allen & His New Orleans Jazz Band - Hear Me Talkin To Ya

    5:29

    Woody Allen & His New Orleans Jazz Band - Wild Man Blues

  • Woody Allen invite Simon Gronowski, un survivant de lHolocauste devenu jazzman.

    5:42

    Ce samedi 22 juin, Woody Allen à invité Simon Gronowski un survivant de l'holocauste à joué avec son groupe devant 2100 personnes au Bozar à Bruxelles.

  • Woody Allen harp scene

    53

  • Woody Allen - Concerto Parigi 1996 - Estratto da Wild Man Blues - Brano: The Old Rugged Cross

    4:09



    Bellissima interpretazione di Allan Stewart Königsberg al clarinetto tratta dal documentario Wild Man Blues del 1997.
    Il suo genio si vede dai suoi film, dalla sua musica, dai suoi scritti e dalle sue parole:
    Io personalmente sono un musicista molto molto mediocre e quindi suppongo che la gente venga a vederci più che a sentirci. Il nostro pubblico ha visto tutti i miei film e per questi film probabilmente accorre a teatro, non certo per la musica.

  • Woody Allen On His Stand Up Years

    4:49

    Happy Sad Confused (July 2014)

  • WOODY ALLEN IN KATOWICE- POLAND

    4:39

    Woody Allen feels that he'd better stick to the day job as his New Orleans Jazz Band stop off in Southern Poland on their European tour - Katowice 2011.03.23

  • Woody Allen - The Old Rugged Cross -

    4:09

  • Woody Allen and his band, Roma 1. 24.07.2011

    14:57

    Occasionally out of tune but entertaining and pleasant as usual, Woody Allen plays in Roma with his Trio in the free time while shooting 'To Rome with Love'. Unfortunately for us, genuine Italian worshippers of the genius from Manhattan, that movie has been possibly his unique truly abominable work in a career full of masterpieces, good or very good movies, and a few mediocre ones. Eddy Davis on banjo, Conal Fowkes playing piano.

  • Woody Allen Night por Paris Jazz Club

    1:00

    Con distintos climas y sonoridades, proyecciones de escenas de películas y algunos monólogos de humor, Paris Jazz Club presentó “Woody Allen Night” en diversos escenarios de toda la Argentina para más de 50.000 espectadores.
    Desde 2015, el show se puede encontrar de manera ininterrumpida en escenarios como Bebop Club, ND Teatro o diversos Teatros de la Argentina.
    El show consiste en un repertorio de canciones que Woody Allen eligió para sus películas y otras que no, pero que pudieron haber estado tranquilamente.
    Con un jazz de New Orleans, pasando brevemente por New York para ver de reojo el Empire State, se intenta aterrizar musicalmente en Paris si las condiciones climáticas lo permiten.

    La banda dirigida por Sebastián Misuraca y Francisco Villaveirán se presenta de la siguiente manera:

    Sebastián Misuraca - piano / monólogos
    Francisco G. Villaveiran - clarinete / guitarra
    Jime RG - saxo tenor
    Agostina Zito - violín
    Diego Soldi - contrabajo
    Santiago Ortolá - batería / washboard

    Para información de futuros shows:






    El diseño gráfico es obra de Florencia Leis.

  • Woody Allen talks about Django Reinhardt

    1:33

    Woody Allen parle de son admiration pour Django Reinhardt

  • Woody Allen & The Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band - 7è Festival Jardins Pedralbes

    1:47

    Barcelona.
    7è Festival Jardins Pedralbes

  • I Felt Like Woody Allen

    5:19

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    [I Felt Like] Woody Allen · The New Lou Reeds

    Screwed

    ℗ 2003 Exit Stencil Recordings LLC

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Music Publisher: ASCAP - Stephen Kuchna

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Woody Allen & His New Orleans Jazz Band - Lead Me Savior

    3:18

    Woody Allen & His New Orleans Jazz Band - Wild Man Blues

  • Woody Allens Stardust Memories Scene

    2:04

    With eng subtitles

  • The Fifth Dimension - Wedding Bell Blues

    3:04

    The Fifth Dimension's unique sound lay somewhere between smooth, elegant soul and straightforward, adult-oriented pop, often with a distinct flower-power vibe. Although they appealed more to mainstream listeners than to a hip, hardcore R&B audience, they had a definite ear for contemporary trends; their selection of material helped kickstart the notable songwriting careers of Jimmy Webb and Laura Nyro, and their biggest hit was a medley from the hippie musical +Hair, Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In. The group's soaring, seamless harmonies were given appropriately sweeping, orchestrated period production by Bones Howe, which often placed their records closer to California-style sunshine pop. That's actually part of the reason why the best singles from the Fifth Dimension's heyday of the late '60s and early '70s still evoke their era with uncanny precision.

    The Fifth Dimension began life in Los Angeles in 1965 as the Versatiles. Lamonte McLemore, Ron Townson, and Billy Davis, Jr. all grew up in St. Louis, and moved to Los Angeles independently of one another; each was trained in a different area -- jazz, opera, and gospel/R&B, respectively. Marilyn McCoo was the first female singer to join, and she was soon augmented by Florence LaRue; both were ex-beauty pageant winners who'd attended college in the L.A. area. Their demo tape was rejected by Motown, but after a one-off single for Bronco, they caught the attention of singer Johnny Rivers, who'd just set up his own label, Soul City. Rivers signed the group in 1966 on the condition that they update their name and image, and thus the Fifth Dimension was born. Their first Soul City single, I'll Be Lovin' You Forever, was a flop, but a cover of the Mamas & the Papas' Go Where You Wanna Go climbed into the Top 20.

    Budding young songwriter Jimmy Webb (Macarthur Park, By the Time I Get to Phoenix, etc.) supplied the Fifth Dimension with their breakthrough hit, 1967's Up, Up and Away. An ode to the pleasures of flying in a beautiful balloon, the song became the group's first Top Ten hit, peaking at number seven, and went on to sweep the Grammy Awards, taking home five total (including Record of the Year and Song of the Year). Its success pushed the Fifth Dimension's first album, also titled Up, Up and Away, to gold sales status. The group stuck with Webb for its second album, The Magic Garden, which featured only one non-Webb composition; it produced a couple of minor hits in Paper Cup and Carpet Man, but nothing on the level of Up, Up and Away. Their third LP was thus more diverse, featuring several compositions by another up-and-coming songwriter, Laura Nyro. The title cut, Nyro's Stoned Soul Picnic, went all the way to number three in the spring of 1968, selling over a million copies and putting Nyro on the map. The Nyro-penned follow-up single, Sweet Blindness, also reached the Top 20.

    The Fifth Dimension's success peaked in 1969 when the group caught a Broadway production of +Hair, and immediately decided to cut a medley of two songs from the show. Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In was a monster hit and grew to become one of the era's defining pop records; it spent six weeks at number one, sold a whopping three million copies, and won the group its second Record of the Year Grammy. Accompanying LP The Age of Aquarius went gold and nearly hit number one, and their Nyro-penned follow-up single, Wedding Bell Blues, followed its predecessor to number one as well. The song was something of a mirror of real life; Billy Davis and Marilyn McCoo were married that year, and Florence LaRue also married group manager Marc Gordon.

    Their album sales began to taper off, and their vocal arrangements now tended to spotlight soloists rather than unified harmonies. McCoo emerged as a focal point, singing lead on the 1972 Top Ten hits (Last Night) I Didn't Get to Sleep at All and If I Could Reach You. They proved to be the group's last major successes; another Bacharach tune, 1973's Living Together, Growing Together, barely made the Top 40, and the following year's Soul & Inspiration LP marked the end of their relationship with producer Bones Howe. 1975's Earthbound was another full-length collaboration with Jimmy Webb, and much like The Magic Garden, its thematic unity failed to produce a significant hit single. It was also the last album by the original lineup; McCoo and Davis left the group to form a duo, and scored a big hit in 1976 with You Don't Have to Be a Star. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide


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