Finale: On The Town (Some Other Time; New York, New York Reprise)

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  1. Some Other Time; Some Other Time (duet version) And Then You Kissed Me (outtake) Finale: As Long as There’s Music / Some Other Time / As Long as There’s Music / Where Does Love Begin? – We Hate to Leave; The Cradle Song (Brahms’ Lullaby) I .
  2. Some Other Time (from On the Town) New York, New York (Reprise) Finale from On the Town Awards and nominations Original Broadway production. Year Award Category Nominee Result Tony Award: Best Musical: Won Best Direction of a Musical: Jerome Robbins:Awards: Tony Award for Best Musical.
  3. Frank Sinatra's studio recordings have been collected in comprehensive box sets issued by the various record labels for which he recorded (RCA Victor [when he was a singer in Tommy Dorsey's orchestra], Columbia, Capitol, and Reprise) and there have also been multi-disc collections of his V-Disc recordings and radio shows. That leaves his work in television and film, a more challenging prospect.
  4. King of New York Lyrics Watch What Happens (Reprise) Lyrics That's Rich Lyrics Once and For All Lyrics Something to Believe In Lyrics Brooklyn's Here Lyrics I Never Planned on You/Don't Come a-Knocking Lyrics The Bottom Line Lyrics Finale Lyrics The Bottom Line (Reprise) Lyrics Santa.
  5. 59) Some Other Time 60) Dance: The Real Coney Island/Finale 61) Oveture/Three Dances Episodes from [On the Town] 62) I. The Great Lover 63) II. Lonely Town: Pas de Deux 64) III. Times Square: 65) Times Square: III.
  6. Time after time, Frank Sinatra has proven why he still reigns as a vocal master. The phrasing. The diction. The transition from teen sensation to fun-loving hipster to introspective crooner. His is the voice that offers all or nothing at all. And Rhino has amassed a box set that is required for all music mavens/5(16).
  7. The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings contains every master recorded by Frank Sinatra for Reprise Records between December 19, and June 6, A few songs, attempted but never satisfactorily completed, have been omitted. (Producers' note).
  8. This is a terrific review of some great theater moments, all at the helm of the great Jerome Robbins. Every song was faithfully re-created from the originals. It was a great oppurtunity for some amazingly talented performers to strut their stuff/5(5).

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