It is well-known that in the classic film "My Fair Lady" Jeremy Brett's singing voice is dubbed over with Bill Shirley's voice (which is sad because it is also well-known that JB has a gorgeous voice!). Brett did sing on set, and in this recording you can hear his voice combined with Shirley's (in the film they use Shirley's voice alone).
I do not own this; this is snipped from an interview with Jeremy Brett by Gloria Hunniford in 1989 which can be listened to here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoOF8NtcP6M&t=352s
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Fully finished, mastered version of this cover of "Once Upon a Dream", this version originally released by @lana-del-rey for the 2014 film "Maleficent" Since discovering @scary-mansion , I have become somewhat obsessed with upbeat songs being performed in a very somber fashion. After three days of listening to this on repeat, I couldn't not cover it. I chose not to change a thing- I love it as is. Start to finish, this took about 3 hours, with recording and editing. All vocals recorded with a @BlueMicrophones Yeti Pro USB Studio Condenser mic in Stereo, using @CakewalkSoftware Sonar 6 LE and Goldwave 5.8. FX were applied in Cakewalk and Goldwave, individual track and mix-down tweaks and volume leveling in Goldwave, and final mix was completed in Cakewalk.
THIS SONG IS THE PROPERTY AND COPYRIGHT OF LANA DEL REY, JACK LAWRENCE, ANGELINA JOLIE and @WALTDISNEYRECORDS. I do not own or claim to own any part of the instrumentation, nor the lyrics or vocal arrangements, in whole or in part. I merely re-recorded the vocals. Accompaniment track provided by karaoke-version.com and Lana Del Rey, clips provided by Disney and Youtube.
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, conversations with CKNW NewsTalk 980 alumni Bill Good, Shirley Stocker, George Garrett, Barb Welsh, Jordan Armstrong and Corus National AM director Larry Gifford on the legacy of the Vancouver heritage station as it celebrates its 75th Anniversary.
On today's episode we'll be exploring a bill that's been mentioned in a few previous episodes, AB 931. The bill would change the use of force standard in California from reasonable to necessary. To help explain the bill itself and what that change would mean in practical terms, we talked to the bill's author, Assembly Member Shirley Weber.
On legislation like this - legislation that would make a noticeable impact on how folks go about doing their job on a day to day basis, it's to be expected that the affected groups are going to try to influence the shape and outcome of that legislation. And to explain how groups do that and which pressure points they consider to influence legislation, we talk to veteran lobbyist and adjunct professor in McGeorge School of Law's Capital Lawyering program, Chris Micheli.
Short tribute set to the legend Bill Withers - some of his originals and some covers of his classics. I tried to play some of my favorite album cuts of his rather than just the singles. This is once again a reminder that more tributes need to be paid to our living legends while they're still here. I plan to do more "living" tributes in the near future. For now though, plan for additional episodes of Pullin from the Stacks for as long as we're dealing with this pandemic - working on a few new mixes as well. Rest in Power to Mr. Withers.
Tracklist: Nancy Wilson, Bill Withers, Bill Withers, Jay Berliner, Bill Withers, Shirley Scott, Hoctor Records, Bill Withers