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The Romance Of Paris

Posted by on Oct 15, 2013

The Romance Of Paris

“The Romance of Paris” – With this collection David captures the essence of the international icon of romance – Paris – Here is an album of tender, luxurious performances to enjoy while dining by candlelight, taking a moonlit stroll, or just curling up in your favorite chair.





Song List

David writes:
Track  1 – “Falling in Love with Love” – a gliding, lilting waltz – one of Rogers and Hammerstein’s best.
Track  2 – “I Wish You Love” – written during the WWII occupation of Paris -a warm, wistful listening experience.
Track  3 – “Autumn Leaves” – an unforgettable melody, inspiring memories for all.
Track  4 – “I Love Paris” – a little Cole Porter ditty which will live forever.
Track  5 – “You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To” – to me, the “coziest” song ever written.
Track  6 – “Somewhere in Time” – I had an opportunity to play this for Jane Seymour, star of the film. She bought a copy for herself.
Track  7 – “Teach Me Tonight” – a wonderfully seductive song from the “Hit Parade” years.
Track  8 – “La Valse Parisienne” – Our co-written tribute in the genre of a joyful French waltz.
Track  9 – “Come Prima” – a continental favorite, brimming with Italian soul.
Track  10 – “Night and Day” – probably Cole Porter’s most recorded song – popular with everyone.
Track  11 – “Lara’s Theme” (from Dr. Zhivago) – one of the most beloved film theme’s of all time.
Track  12 – “Someone To Watch Over Me” – the Gershwin brothers got it totally right on this one.
Track  13 – “Lily Marlene” – I don’t know exactly why, but this song breaks my heart every time.
Track  14 – “You Are Too Beautiful” – a beautiful, flowing melody – no need for lyrics.