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Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel
She had all of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals. We never saw a musical, but they were in our record collection and I played them every day. “My Fair Lady.” “West Side Story.” My favorite was “Carousel.” So the musical theater is not something I suddenly arrived at, like a vision in Damascus. It’s something I knew. But my career moved another way
Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: I. Prélude
Now a senior citizen, Sting still looks, annoyingly, 38. It’s not by accident. Every morning he swims laps for an hour while listening to the Bach cello concertos played by Yo-Yo Ma.
I know you have here Vinnie Colaiuta, he is fantastic jazz drummer, as well as great rock drummer.
I think the blueprint of my life was due to the Beatles, being that they were form an industrial northern town and they wrote their own music and they conquered the world with that music.
Chronology - Chronixx
Chronixx is quite new to the scene, but he's one of the best artists we’ve heard in a long time and since the likes of Buju Banton. What makes Chronixx so great, apart from his smooth vocals and reality style lyrics, is his consistency
Maxi Priest - Best Of Me
"We love this album because it’s a compilation of some of Maxi’s biggest hits which includes 'Close ToYou', 'Wild World' and 'Temptress' among others.
Damian Marley- Welcome To Jamrock
"This was Damian’s breakthrough album. Son of the biggest reggae icon ever, Bob Marley, Damian is considered reggae royalty so it wasn’t a surprise when he penned the powerful title track 'Welcome to Jamrock'. "
Til Shiloh - Voice of Jamaica by Buju Banton
"Both records are timeless masterpieces, certainly within the Caribbean community. Voice of Jamaica was the second album to Buju’s break out album, Mr.Mention, which was a dancehall smash and included 'Ardent' among many other hits.
Bob Marley & The Wailers - Babylon By Bus
What more is there to be said about the king of reggae? The thing to note is that there isn't one Bob Marley song that we don't like.
Enjoying @dominicmillerofficial’s new album “Absinthe” back stage at The Princess of Wales Theatre. Congrats on its release, Dom.
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