A cover of this great song, sung by Rob Noordeloos and produced by Peter Rechsteiner.
Frank Sinatra - Besame Mucho
One my all time favorites, thank you to those who made this possible... Merch (https://teespring.com/FLYWOBBLES) Art By(www.instagram.com/askthepictures/) Produced (Jeff Pogan, Costa Mesa Studios)
like a breeze, working version
Published on 30 Nov 2013 Various Artists Track Listings: 01. After Midnight - kim Waters 00:00 02. Lost Without U - Streetwize 05:14 03. Between The Sheets - Marion Meadows 10:28 04. Walk On By - Phil Perry 14:58 05. Love Is All (Feat. Kim Waters) - Chuck Loeb 20:30 06. Ellie's Love Theme - Walter Beasley 25:41 07. Feel Like Making Love - Larry Coryell 29:37 08. Lady In My Life - Maysa 34:54 09. Oceanna - Special EFX 39:42 10. Tenderly - Euge Groove 44:30 11. Blue Ridge Sunset - Fattburger 48:57 12. Touching Peace - Keiko Matsui 53:32
Wall-E Soundtrack. Beautiful Music.
The Steven Universe ending themes seem to fit together well as a complete song. Here's a complete edit of all the endings. The final parts were in the episode 'Bubbled'. Here's this song with a complete edit of the credits on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2F8HvKqnp5s Lyrics: If I could begin to be Half of what you think of me, I could do about anything, I could even learn how to love. When I see the way you act, Wondering when I'm coming back, I could do about anything, I could even learn how to love like you. Love, like you... I always thought I might be bad, Now I'm sure that it's true 'cause I think you're so good And I'm nothing like you. Look at you go, I just adore you, I wish that I knew What makes you think I'm so special If I could begin to do Something that does right by you, I would do about anything, I would even learn how to love. When I see the way you look. Shaken by how long it took, I could do about anything, I could even learn how to love like you. Love like you... Love me like you.
cover art is Fernand Léger - Two Heads with Butterfly, 1941!!!!
KOKOROKO (meaning 'be strong' in Urhobo), are a collective of young musicians brought together by a love for Afrobeat led by trumpeter Sheila Maurice-Grey. They specialise in a soul shaking, horn fuelled sound with West African roots and inner London hues. Abusey Junction is a ballad written by guitarist Oscar Jerome (fast making a name as an artist in his own right). It was written on the roof of a compound in Gambia where the band spent time last year immersing themselves in the soundscapes of the region. We Out Here is released on Brownswood Recordings on the 9th February 2018. A primer on London’s bright-burning young jazz scene, this new compilation brings together a collection of some of its sharpest talents. A set of nine newly-recorded tracks, We Out Here captures a moment where genre markers matter less than raw, focused energy. Surveying the album’s running order, it could easily serve as a name-checking exercise for some of London’s most-tipped and hardworking bands of the past couple of years. Recorded across three long, fruitful days in a North West London studio, the results speak for themselves: they’re a window into the wide-eyed future of London’s musical underground. The album bottles up some of the vital ideas emanating from that burgeoning movement. A reflection of how London’s jazz-influenced music has reached outward into new spaces, the sound of the record draws from a wide pool. There’s plenty of crossover between each of the groups, too, speaking to the close-knit circles which make up the scene; shared line-ups reflect the mutual cooperation and DIY spirit which are second-nature.