John Gary Williams - John Gary Williams download album
UMG (от лица компании "Stax"); LatinAutor, EMI Music Publishing, UBEM, LatinAutor - SonyATV, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (1). Композиция. How Could I Let You Get Away. UMG (от лица компании "Stax"); PEDL, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, BMI - Broadcast Music In. CMRRA, Warner Chappell, UBEM, LatinAutor.
Bridges is a studio album by Australian classical guitarist John Williams released in 1979. Cavatina (Theme from 'The Deer Hunter'" (Stanley Myers) - 03:32. Because" (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) - 03:18. Air on a 'G' String" (. Bach, Arr. Stanley Myers) - 03:51. Stanley Myers) - 02:15.
Gary Williams (born 1970) is a British jazz singer, writer, and broadcaster whose performances include concerts, cabaret shows, and theatre. Williams has recorded nine solo albums and written Cabaret Secrets, a book on stagecraft. Williams started his career in social clubs before performing with the BBC Big Band on BBC Radio Humberside.
Alone Together (Gary Williams album). Alone Together is the debut album by vocalist Gary Williams. It was recorded with the John Wilson Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios and released in 2004. It is a collection of ballads and swing standards arranged by Andrew Cottee.
Classic Memphis soul from the former Mad Lads man. A sought-after album from 1973, full to the brim with great tracks, plus two bonus titles. Label Code: LC 05502.
John Gary Williams has been played on NTS in shows including E. Myers, featured first on 11 June 2019. Songs played include Just Ain't No Love (Without You Here). Before recording a 1973 solo album for Stax, John Gary Williams had been a member of the Mad Lads, who recorded singles for the label starting in the mid-'60s
John Gary Williams had been a longtime member of the Stax soul vocal group the Mad Lads before starting a solo career after the group broke up in the early '70s. His self-titled 1973 album is one of the most obscure Stax LPs, in part because it was issued as the company started to cease operations. He wrote five of the eight tracks on the record, producing five of them as well (and co-producing the others)
Singer-songwriter, broadcaster and author Gary Williams has been described as the UK's leading standard bearer for the supercool era and has performed everywhere from Bestival to Buckingham Palace. Star of the West End’s Rat Pack, he’s a favourite with big bands and concert orchestras throughout the world from the BBC Concert Orchestra to the Melbourne Symphony. He wrote the performers’ bible ‘Cabaret Secrets’, has presented for BBC Radio 2 and was profiled in the Sunday Times' ‘Fame and Fortune’ section
John Gary Williams, whose pleading lead vocals were key to the success of the Mad Lads, a doo-wop-influenced Stax group out of Booker T. Washington High School that recorded several influential and beloved R&B hits in the 1960s, has died. He was 73. Proudly and fiercely independent, Mr. Williams led an often tumultuous life that was notable for more than music. After returning from Vietnam in 1968, Mr. Williams rejoined the Mad Lads, and also recorded a self-titled solo album for Stax that was released in 1973, just as the company was going under.
|A1||I See Hope||3:02|
|A2||I'm So Glad Fools Can Fall In Love||4:13|
|A4||Loving You (It Ain't Easy)||2:44|
|B1||Ask The Lonely||3:31|
|B2||How Could I Let You Get Away||4:00|
|B3||Open Your Heart (And Let Love Come In)||3:12|
|B4||The Whole Damn World Is Going Crazy||3:10|
- Producer – John Gary Williams, Willie Hall
|CDBGPM 225||John Gary Williams||John Gary Williams (CD, Album, RE, RM)||BGP Records||CDBGPM 225||UK & Europe||2010|
|STS-5503||John Gary Williams||John Gary Williams (LP, Album)||Stax||STS-5503||US||1973|
|PCD-4465||John Gary Williams||John Gary Williams (CD, MiniAlbum, Ltd, Car)||Stax||PCD-4465||Japan||1997|
|TRS-4202, STS-5503||John Gary Williams||John Gary Williams (LP, Album, RE)||Truth Records, Stax||TRS-4202, STS-5503||US||2017|
|TRS-4202, STS-5503||John Gary Williams||John Gary Williams (LP, Album, RE)||Truth Records, Stax||TRS-4202, STS-5503||US||1974|