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Carol Channing - Do It Again album

Carol Channing - Do It Again album Performer: Carol Channing
Title: Do It Again
Style: Musical
Size MP3: 1652 mb
Size FLAC: 1172 mb
Rating: 4.3

Carol Elaine Channing (January 31, 1921 – January 15, 2019) was an American actress, singer, dancer and comedian. Known for starring in Broadway and film musicals, her characters typically radiated a fervent expressiveness and an easily identifiable voice, whether singing or for comedic effect. Channing also studied acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in New York City. She began as a Broadway musical actress, starring in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes in 1949, and Hello, Dolly! in 1964, when she won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical.

Actress and singer Carol Channing died early Tuesday morning at the age of 97 at her home in Rancho Mirage, California. Her publicist confirmed she died of natural causes. Whether you knew her as Dolly, Lorelei, Muzzy or just Carol, Channing was a one-of-a-kind talent who captivated any audience. Her razor-sharp wit, gravelly voice and big, bright smile became the trademarks of a performer who originated some of Broadway’s most iconic roles throughout the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s. Her publicist B. Harlan Boll confirmed she died of natural causes. I’ll never forget it, because it came over me so strongly, Channing recalled the feeling of stepping into a theater for the first time. This is for people who have gotten a glimpse of creation and all they do is recreate it. I stood there and wanted to kiss the floorboards

Do It Again! 8. It Only Takes a Moment. Carol Channing Interview: On the Title Number. Carol Channing Interview: Optimism, and Finding One's Character. Carol Reports On Las Vegas Opening.

Long before I saw Carol Channing in the flesh in the title role of Hello, Dolly!, I had already watched her performance many, many times in my mind’s eye - and in very specific detail. When Ms. Channing, who died on Tuesday at 97, first appeared in the part with which she would forever be identified, I was only 9 years old and living in Winston-Salem, . With my sister, who was seven years older but almost equally smitten with the romance of musical theater, I acquired the original cast recording (three sacred words to me at the time). I studied the photographs on the inside of the album cover, memorized the liner notes and, within at most 36 hours, knew every lyric to each of its songs. I made myself a vow, that I would somehow, some day get to New York and see Ms. Channing - in that five-alarm-red gown, with the matching feathered headdress - walk down that staircase, serenaded by dancing waiters

Released in 1978, Carol Channing and Her Country Friends featured the singer sharing vocals with Locklin and Newman, with an additional appearance from Plantation’s Rita Remington on two cuts, including Shel Silverstein’s One’s on the Way, popularized by Loretta Lynn. The clip closes with Channing taking up her little black book again to grade the performance with Robbins, putting the finishing touch on a largely forgotten, not entirely successful but nevertheless sweetly charming chapter of an extraordinary musical life and career.

Chad Channing (Nirvana/Before Cars) will be involved for sure because he wrote the lyrics for one of the songs. Artwork by Brian Walsby, David Lawler and myself. There are many more potential guests lined up too. C. My artwork is starting to pick up. I am happy to do free projects but I got a couple of well paid projects under my belt here recently and it feels pretty damn good. D. My dear friend Andy Sartain let me do the artwork for his new album Dark Roast - Bystander Effect. I'm very proud of the artwork involved


A Do It Again 2:01
B Jazz Baby 2:41


Different sleeve than other US promo version.
Pink labels: "Promotion Copy Not For Sale".
From the film "Thoroughly Modern Millie".