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Anne Murray


Anne Murray - Anne Murray 『Smile 【Original Analog Master Tape • 100% Pure Silver】』 01. Amazing Grace (3:47) 02. You Needed Me (3:41) 03. What A Wonderful World (2:22) 04. Can't Help Falling In Love With You (3:59) 05. Over The Rainbow (3:19) 06. Tennessee Waltz (3:05) 07. Let It Be (3:30) 08. When I Fall In Love (3:38) 09. Help Me Make It Through The Night (3:56) 10. Cry Me A River (4:09) 11. As Time Goes By (3:08) 12. End Of The World (3:52) 13. Bridge Over Troubled Water (4:32) 14. Always On My Mind (3:58) 15. Smile (3:44) 16. Are You Lonesome Tonight (3:23) 17. Dream A Little Dream Of Me (3:03) 18. Al I Have To Do Is Dream (2:55) 19. Just Another Woman In Love (2:58) 20. The Old Rugged Cross (4:07)
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Nr kat.: HDS310
Label  : ABC Int. Records

ULTRA Analog CD - AAD is a Digital Copy Of The Master Tape - SILVER CD

Cząsteczki srebra są jednolite i mają stały współczynnik odbicia, co zapewnia równą, reprodukcyjną jakość dźwięku. Posrebrzany `CD 6N ma również wyższy współczynnik odbicia niż 24-karatowe złoto. 6N - Czyste Srebro! Najnowsze tłoczenie wersji HD tej płyty wykonano z wykorzystaniem srebra jako warstwy nośnej Fusing folk with soft-focused country and sweet pop, Anne Murray became one of the biggest stars to emerge from Canada in the 1970s. "Snowbird," a lightly effervescent tune written by Gene MacLellan, brought her international stardom in 1970, kicking off a string of Canadian number one hits which would frequently cross over onto the American Top 40 and Adult Contemporary charts. Occasionally, Murray crested in the Billboard Top 10 -- "Danny's Song" peaked at number seven in 1972, "You Won't See Me" hit number eight in 1974 -- but her biggest hit on the charts was "You Needed Me," which reached number one pop in 1978. "You Needed Me" was a transitional number for the singer, opening up an audience at country radio. Between 1979 and 1986, she racked up nine country number ones. This streak started to fade in the late '80s, but Murray continued to reach the Top 10 on the Canadian Country charts into the early '90s, after which she recorded and performed on a smaller scale, all the while garnering accolades that confirmed her enduring popularity. Anne Murray built her musical influences from the pop sounds that her parents listened to (Rosemary Clooney, Perry Como) and the Top 40 sounds that AM New York radio stations piped into Canada (Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Brenda Lee). Originally, she intended to work as a physical education instructor but continued to pursue an interest in music. After she was turned down for a spot on a national TV show called Singalong Jubilee, she received a call from the show's producer two years later. He offered her a chance to make records, and when she agreed, she found herself with a million-selling crossover single in 1970, "Snowbird." Murray was frequently at odds with the trappings of success -- she even performed barefoot in Las Vegas -- and when she got married in 1975, she seemingly dropped out of the business. With her family established, she started working in 1978 with a new producer, Jim Ed Norman, who returned her to prominence with "Walk Right Back" and the million-selling follow-up "You Needed Me." Throughout the late '70s and early '80s, Murray successfully walked the line between country and pop with a rich alto voice and a knack for romantic material. An icon of the Canadian music scene, Anne Murray was the first Canadian woman to establish herself as a commercial force on the US pop and country music charts. Along with Joni Mitchell, Murray paved the way for a younger generation of female recording artists. .Zapraszamy