Star! (Extended Version). Vocals – Julie Andrews. Companies, etc. Pressed By – Sonopress USA – 31581. Arranged By – Lennie Hayton. Film Director – Robert Wise. Star! (Original Motion Picture Sound Track Album) (LP, Album, Gat). 20th Century Fox Records.
Star! (CD, Album, RE, RM). 20th Century Fox Film Scores.
Another nice 5 star Julie Andrews Christmas Album that captures some of her old songs that were on the 1970's Firestone LPs, this album is first class in addition to her other album "Christmas with Julie Andrews", her original album "Christmas Treasure" would also be do desirable to Julie Fans, I don't know why this superb First Christmas release has no. So when my mother found this LP in the store (the original version, that is), she snapped it up for me. The combination of Andre Previn's orchestration and Julie Andrew's voice was the perfect combination, and, for me, something new as I was raised with the sounds of the Amercian white south (C&W, southern gospel).
Julie Andrews was born Julia Elizabeth Wells in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England, on October 1, 1935. She was the daughter of Edward C. Wells, a teacher of woodworking and metal-crafting, and Barbara (Morris) Wells, a pianist and piano teacher. Andrews gradually became the star attraction in the act, and the following year was cast in her first legitimate stage show, singing the "Polonaise" aria ("Je Suis Titania") from Ambroise Thomas' 1866 opera Mignon in the revue Starlight Roof at the London Hippodrome starting on October 23, 1947, shortly after her 12th birthday. The film, with a score by Henry Mancini and Leslie Bricusse and a soundtrack album on MGM/Polydor Records, earned Andrews her third Oscar nomination, and plans began to convert it into a stage production.
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