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  1. That's a good one, Snorky, and it's soundtrack related!
  2. Just listening to a little Rimsky-Korsakov earlier... "Flight of the Bumblebee", performed by Al Hirt; a local TV station had a Green Hornet marathon today. : )
  3. LOL. Thanks for answering for filmlover.
  4. Hi, welcome to the boards! I love pre-codes too, however a complete lack of moderation on this thread from pernicious and persistent trolling combined with new rules limiting resolution size should provide some insight how welcome this thread was here. I'm sure you'll find plenty of good conversation on the forums though. Thanks, Jeff
  5. Loaned my Demi Lovato - Don't Forget CD to a girl at work recently. Her sons heard it and asked, "Mom, where did you get that"?? The last song on the deluxe edition is "Lo Que Soy" (This Is Me), and her one boy was so excited - "Wait 'til I tell my friends at school - she sings in Spanish, too"! Youth's enthusiasm! : ) Demi has that in abundance and if I may quote one Amazon reviewer, "With her extremely mature debut album, Demi Lovato has exemplified that talent runs in all ages". Singing is just one her many strong suits and she sounds as at home doing it in Spanish as she does in English! Haven't been into real much Spanish music over the years but I did see Gloria Estefan in concert back when she was at the height of her popularity. Another very charismatic performer! A big fan of India back in the early 90's I thought she might become the Latin "Madonna". Her now somewhat rare solo album, Breaking Night, features songs produced by Jellybean Benitez and Little Louie Vega. "Dancing On The Fire", "The Lover Who Rocks You All Night" and "Right From The Start" were some of the songs receiving radio play. Some sweet music but her last English project. : ( Well, she never did become the "Latin Madonna" but she's now considered the "Queen of Salsa" south of the border! A more recent recommendation I can make is Belinda's 2006 crossover album, Utopia, which also includes a couple songs in English. Another seasoned young performer, the now 20 year-old Belinda Peregrin starred in her first Mexican TV series at age 10, debuted her first album at age 14 to runaway popularity and continues a strong acting career. Cheetah Girls 2 is her only American film to date, btw. ...Recorded in Los Angeles, Utopia contains 13 pop songs produced and composed by some of the best of their kind in the industry; including Kara DioGuardi (Kelly Clarkson and Gwen Stefani), Jimmy Harry (Kylie Minogue and Britney Spears), Doc McKeeny (RES), Greg Kursten (Lily Allen and Pink), Lester M?ndez (Santana and Shakira), and Greg Wells (Celine Dion and Elton John). http://www.popgeneration.com/zone/popgen/team.php?team_id=215 Great music speaks in any language!
  6. > {quote:title=filmlover wrote:}{quote} > This is a day for classic TV news, and now the announcement of *The Judy Garland Show vol.* 1 on DVD. However, this one comes up a bit skimpy as it only has two episodes. It will street on July 28th from Infinity. There will be twelve more volumes eventually completing the 26-show run. The show's already been available on DVD for the past ten years.
  7. Just found out Demi has a new album out later this month! The aptly titled, "Here We Go Again" also includes the Sonny With A Chance theme song, "So Far So Great". The Snork's not waiting for the deluxe edition to purchase this one. : )
  8. An impressive soundtrack rendition performed by the The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, btw.
  9. The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sZbzgVJXjI
  10. Happy to report those craving more Demi Lovato can pick up the Disney CD, Disney Channel Playlist, containing two new songs by her including the Sonny with a Chance theme song, "So Far So Great", which follows in the China Forbes - Ordinary Girl tradition by delivering a bit more than the short clip used for broadcast. Selena Gomez also sings two songs including the theme to her show. Message was edited by: Snorky
  11. My latest two-song soundtrack take is from Another Cinderella Story with *Selena Gomez*: 1. *Selena Gomez* - Tell Me Something I Don't Know 2. *Tiffany Giardin* - Hurry Up and Save Me Selena joined best friend *Demi Lovato* on this last week's Sonny With A Chance. A great send-up of their own characters and other Disney shows when they change places mocking each other. It's obvious they're having a blast working together! In another scene Selena's finally had enough and exclaims, "I don't need this; I was in "Camp Hip-Hop""! Selena and Demi's character, Sonny, are at each others' throats up 'til then but as soon as Selena leaves Demi smiles and says sweetly, "Aww, she seems nice. Maybe I should call her." Chad: Why? Ya gonna become BFFs with Selena Gomez? Sonny: It could happen! The show wraps up with Selena doing a "Camp Hip-Hop" spoof. It's part of the run-up to Disney's release of Princess Protection Program, a movie starring *Demi Lovato* and *Selena Gomez*. Message was edited by: Snorky
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