- Performer:Vivian Blaine
- Title:Live in Hollywood
- Style:Cast Recordings,Show Tunes
- Date of release:August 23, 2005
- Recording date:July 8, 1983 & July 9, 1983
- Recording location:Tom Rolla's Gardenia, Hollywood, CA
- Size FLAC version1210 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1251 megabytes
- Size WMA version1407 megabytes
- Formats:DMF WMA DXD MP4 AU MIDI
Vivian Blaine (born November 21, 1921, Newark, New Jersey, USA – died December 9, 1995, New York City, New York, USA) was an American actress and singer.
That honor went to a Broadway singing star named Vivian Blaine, who'd conquered Manhattan, gone out to Hollywood to make movies for 20th Century Fox, then returned to the Big Apple in triumph. Vivian was a lovely and very talented actress and singer. Retrieved 2012-01-15.
Vivian is the second studio album by American neo soul singer Vivian Green, released by Columbia on May 31, 2005 in Japan and June 28, 2005 in the United States. The album involves production by Scott Storch and James Poyser with additional production from Anthony Bell, Junius Bervine, and Adam Black Stone, among others. Vivian spawned three singles: "Gotta Go Gotta Leave (Tired)", "I Like It (But I Don't Need It)" and "Cursed".
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Black Hollywood Live is the world's first online broadcast network dedicated to African.
Born 21 November 1921. Died 9 December 1995. Vivian Blaine (November 21, 1921 – December 9, 1995) was an American actress and singer, best known for originating the role of Miss Adelaide in the musical theater production of Guys and Dolls, as well as appearing in the subsequent film version, in which she co-starred with Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons and Frank Sinatra.
Vivian Blaine is most known for her spunky performance as Miss Adelaide which she did on broadway and the film. After that Vivian recorded this good album of songs from the musicals Pal Joey and Annie with a Gun. Glenn Osser arranges Pal Joey and Hal Mooney does the Annie with a Gun side. I was already familiar with Glenn's past arrangements like his work on The Classic Della.
CreditsVivian Blaine - Primary Artist
Elliston Cavell - Mastering, Sound Supervision
David Cunard - Producer
Alan Eichler - Director, Liner Notes, Producer
Jim Weatherly - Composer
|1||There Ain't Goin' to Be an Opening Number||Vivian Blaine||2:56|
|2||Broadway Baby||Vivian Blaine||3:08|
|3||My First "Firsts"||Vivian Blaine||1:47|
|4||Nobody Does It Like Me||Vivian Blaine||3:15|
|5||You Can't Love 'Em All||Vivian Blaine||2:46|
|6||Look for the Silver Lining||Vivian Blaine||2:36|
|8||I Only Want to Laugh||Vivian Blaine||3:56|
|9||Before the Parade Passes By||Vivian Blaine||1:55|
|10||Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered||Vivian Blaine||1:41|
|11||Ev'rything's Coming Up Roses||Vivian Blaine||3:13|
|12||The Ladies Who Lunch||Vivian Blaine||5:24|
|13||I'm Back!||Vivian Blaine||2:31|
|14||I See Your Face Before Me||Vivian Blaine||3:32|
|15||Movie Medley||Vivian Blaine||5:02|
|16||Who's That Girl?||Vivian Blaine||1:41|
|17||Medley: Guys and Dolls||Vivian Blaine||7:31|
|18||The Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me Jim Weatherly||Vivian Blaine||4:47|