Red Perksey And His Orchestra - The End Of The Affair / Drifting By album flac
Genre: Media & Screen
Title: The End Of The Affair / Drifting By
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MP3 version ZIP size: 1569 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1510 mb
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Side A Written For The Columbia Film "The End Of the Affair" Monologue By Sheila Sewell.
with Red Perksey & His Orchestra and Sheila Sewell. The End Of The Affair/Drifting Along" Pacific AUS with Red Perksey & His Orchestra. The Magic of Love/(We're gonna) Rock Around the Clock" (1955) Pacific. For Parting" (1955) Pacific. Blue Suede Shoes/Heartbreak Hotel" (1956) Pacific. with Dave Owens and his Blue Boys with The Blue Notes. Long, Long Lane/Painted Doll" (1957) Festival. with Gus Merzi's Orchestra and with Harry Willis Orchestra; and The Belltones & Iris Mason Singers
The End of the Affair (1951) is a novel by British author Graham Greene, as well as the title of two feature films (released in 1955 and 1999) that were adapted from the novel. Set in London during and just after the Second World War, the novel examines the obsessions, jealousy and discernments within the relationships between three central characters: writer Maurice Bendrix; Sarah Miles; and her husband, civil servant Henry Miles.
Red Perksey & His Orchestra. George Assang (1927–1997) was an Australian jazz and blues singer and actor from Thursday Island, Queensland, Australia. He performed under his own name and the stage name Vic Sabrino Contents. A single he recorded with French-jazz artist Red Perksey and his orchestra included a version of the Rock Around The Clock
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The album, which has been inspired by Bryan’s work on the Sky Atlantic/Netflix television series ‘Babylon Berlin’ (a German period drama based on the books by Volker Kutscher set in the 1920s), takes the musical stylings from that era and puts a new twist on well loved Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry tracks including ‘While My Heart is. Still Beating’, ‘Sign of the Times’, ‘Bitter Sweet’ and ‘Dance Away’. The album artwork, designed in the style of the period, includes a written introduction by Princeton University musicologist Simon Morrison, and in his analysis he points out Bitter-Sweet accomplishes what the modernists of the past, in their youthful enthusiasm, could not. Ferry’s music embraces the artifice of art as well as the artlessness of emotion so that the ‘sad affair’ described at the start leads you to ‘break down and cry’ by the end.
With his soaring romantic score for Neil Jordan's 1999 film adaptation of Graham Greene's novel The End of the Affair, Michael Nyman retained his place, already firmly established by his work on movies like The Piano, Gattacca, and Carrington, as one of the most sure-handed film composers of the '90s. His music for The End of the Affair beautifully reflects the full emotional range of Jordan's film, underlining with equal dexterity the passionate attraction between Greene's star-crossed lovers (exquisitely played by Ralph Fiennes and Julianne Moore), the pain of their.
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|A||The End Of The Affair
Vocals – Vic SabrinoVoice – Sheila SewellWritten By – Red Perksey
Written By – Red Perksey
- Made By – Australian Record Company Limited
NotesSide A Written For The Columbia Film "The End Of the Affair"
Monologue By Sheila Sewell