This opera is one of the best examples of a musical work for the stage in the 20th century. Composed in 1919, it was first staged in Chicago in 1921 with Prokofiev conducting. This recording features a legendary performance, recorded in 1961.
Fourth album "Stripped" (1991) gives the boys another hit, "Love Don't Bother Me", and again Stage Dolls tour a lot, including a European tour with Mr. Big. CD single of 1993, entitled 'Love', includes three unreleased songs. …TORSTEIN FLAKNE released his solo album 'Shoot The Moon' in 1995. Frontman Flakne spent the nineties writing songs for other artists, among them Morten Harket…. In 1997, Stage Dolls released their fifth album, "Dig".
After Lia Pale's debut album Gone Too Far (Universal) came out, there was a lot of encouraging feedback and general agreement in the international music field that she had not "gone too far" with this adaptation of Schubert's Winterreise. The question was then, where should she go to continue her journey? After thinking it over carefully, she decided to venture on from where she had left off in her first excursion, namely, far away from familiar turf . In her self-imposed exile, Lia Pale has an encounter with two young men who evolve over the course of their relationship into accomplished poets. She soon falls in love with both…
The Yardbirds are mostly known to the casual rock fan as the starting point for three of the greatest British rock guitarists: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page. For Your Love is the first American album by English rock band The Yardbirds. Released in 1965, the album is a mix of US-only tracks and previously released singles compiled by Yardbirds' producer, Giorgio Gomelsky. For Your Love has been reissued by several record labels, including JVC, Castle, and Repertoire. In addition to the eleven tracks from the original album, the Repertoire reissue includes Yardbirds' demos recorded with Eric Clapton December 1963 – November 1964, a demo with Indian musicians, a single B-side with Jeff Beck, and an Italian single with Beck and with Chris Dreja.
Mad Love is a Platinum certified, Grammy nominated 1980 Punk/New Wave album by singer/songwriter/producer Linda Ronstadt. The album debuted at #5 on the Billboard album chart - a record at the time and a first for any female artist - and quickly became Ronstadt's seventh consecutive million-selling Platinum album.(wikipedia)