|A1||Something To Sing About|
|A2||What The World Needs Now Is Love|
|A3||Gee, I'm Looking Forward To The Future|
|A5||I Want To Be Strong|
|A7||Put Your Hand In The Hand|
|A8||Love Can Make You Happy|
|B1||El Condor Pasa|
|B2||We've Only Just Begun|
|B3||Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head|
|B4||What Have They Done To My Song, Ma|
|B5||Simple Song Of Freedom/United We Stand|
|B6||If I Had A Hammer|
|B7||Sing High, Sing Low|
|B8||Day Is Done|
Something to Sing About! is a compilation album including specially recorded songs by American singer-songwriters John Denver and Tom Paxton. It was produced by Milt Okun and released in 1968. Josh White - "St. James Infirmary". Ian and Sylvia - "Four Strong Winds". Odetta Holmes - "John Henry". Mississippi John Hurt - "Candy Man Blues". John Denver - "The Wagoner Lad". The Rooftop Singers - "Walk Right In". Arlo Guthrie - "The Motorcycle Song". Judy Collins - "The Cruel Mother".
Something to Sing About is a 2000 American Christian drama film directed by Charlie Jordan, and starring Irma P. Hall, Darius McCrary, Kirk Franklin, Tamera Mowry, Rashaan Nall, and Helen Martin. It was produced by John Shepherd of World Wide Pictures. The storyline revolves around a young man, Tommy, an ex-convict who is trying to make a more fulfilling life for himself. It was the last film appearance for theater, film and television actress Helen Martin.
The Vocal Masters – Something To Sing About. The Vocal Masters – Something In The Water. The Vocal Masters – Let Robeson Sing. The Vocal Masters – Revive. The Cliff Adams Singers – Sing Something Simple. The Vocal Masters – Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa. The Vocal Masters – I Have a Song to Sing O. 4:20. Разные исполнители – Something Got Me Started (Tribute version.
For new and returning Young Canadians alike, there’s something special about this first show of season. It’s a chance to give back to the community, to the Rotary Club of Calgary as they present the show to many local senior citizens, and to the citizens of Calgary that cheer The Young Canadians on in the TransAlta Grandstand Show during Stampede time. Years ago when I was a Young Canadian, our Christmas tradition was to perform at the Kinsmens Centre (currently where the Scotabank Saddledome exists), and then later, simply at our own rehearsal studios. Calgary has many excellent Christmas activities and traditions and The Young Canadians are proud of this annual event. I can tell you that already they are fondly reminiscing about last year’s show and speculating with an over-abundance of curiosity as to what material they will perform in 2014. It’s like they’re kids on Christmas already.
The Soundtrack Includes Music by: Darius McCrary, Brent Jones, Anointed, James Covell, Donaa McAfee & Johnny Britt. The Choir: Brent Jones, La Shana Dendy, Stacy Houston, Sheryl Patton-Dandrige, Cory Briggs & Marcille Block.
Something to Sing About by C. Michael Bailey. One More Rhyme by Dave Nathan.
Something to Sing About is a compilation album including specially recorded songs by American singer-songwriters John Denver and Tom Paxton.
Young Canadians (originally The K-Tels) were a Canadian punk rock band formed in Vancouver in 1978 and active for just under two years. The YC's were influenced not only by the other punk bands in town at that time such as . and the Pointed Sticks, but also by the Dolls, the Stooges, and 1960s garage rock . Their two EPs and single, plus unreleased live tracks, were re-released in 1995 on the album No Escape, with liner notes written by Buck Cherry Founding member and bassist Jim Bescott died in an accident in Vancouver on August 31, 2005 at the age of 5. .