Label: DRG Records - CDSL 5189 • Format: CD Album, Stereo • Country: Canada • Genre: Pop • Style: Chanson
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Some features on this site require a subscription. Liza Minnelli's "Losing My Mind" had the same global, game-changing impact as "Smells Like Teen Spirit," and is considered to be one of the greatest songs of all time. Have kept a beady eye on this video for years. The last remaining upload was made unavailable last week.
The video had Spanish subtitles, but least you could I remember the hour and minute I first heard this song. My course of my life was severely and irrevocably altered from that moment forward. To this day, I cannot say for better or for worse, but oh, the man I might have been. She never comes but she doesn't know me and we live in different cities.
Peace Of Mind - Various - Sanremo 89 International still I like to extend the invitation Sondheim himself has said that Liza's recording of "Losing My Mind" is the definitive version. And its not ranked number 14 - checked the list and its not in the top 50, if it's on at all - you must have alternative facts I do remember where I was when I Pretty Shitty Days - Charles Aznavour - We Were Happy Then it the first time though.
I felt as if I was finally fully gay after hearing it. All kidding aside when the first few seconds of the song started playing in the 80s everyone would rush to the dance floor. It was a communal experience. True, but i think the all time rush to the dance floor leader was Gloria by Laura Brannigan -- for the early 80s Oh - it just seems dated and so overwrought.
It works in the stage production in the context of the show but its very very dull as a stand-alone song. I don't care what list it's on it's really a boring way to spend 3 minutes. Sondheim can really be a snore. Liza sang it as a special guest of Simon and Garfunkel when they did their free concert in Central Park.
Everyone said it was the best part of the entire night. She was in her Bentley sitting in the back seat on Houston when I unmistakably saw her mouthing the words quietly to herself. This was last summer. I was waiting for a bus.
I love this song and 'Results'the album it came from. If they ever get around to releasing the videos in NTSC format my life will be perfect. I've heard that the Pet Shop Boys wanted to record that album with Dusty Springfield, but for whatever reasons she couldn't do it or didn't want to do it so they offered it to Liza instead.
The Pet Shop Boys have also said that they loved how badly Liza sings pop, all over-the-top and bombastic, because that was what they were going for. They wanted it campy. I remember being shocked when I read somewhere that the album didn't sell well because everyone I knew had bought it.
I gave it as Christmas presents one year and instead of playing Christmas tunes we played it on rotation until little baby Jesus was born. The Pet shop Boys did complete 5 songs with Dusty Springfield. They appeared on 'Reputation', an album released in I enjoyed Michael Ball's take on this song.
He's much more emotive than Liza whose version is relatively cool by comparison. No, you've wrong. It was "Don't Drop Bombs" that is considered one of the greatest songs Tell Mama - Various - 1967: Shakin All Over all time. Liza Minnelli? Distribution CBS Records. I hope Liza's doing okay.
She stopped touring several years ago and hasn't done any movies or tv shows in quite a while. Isn't seen much in public. I A Song Of Joy - Ronny Brunner - Hammond Party Time With Ronny Brunner she has a fulfilling life in LA, but something tells me she's sitting up in Sierra Towers swilling Chablis and smoking Reds all day.
Liza was sitting and screaming somewhere recently with him, while her several hundred fans applauded Pretty Shitty Days - Charles Aznavour - We Were Happy Then pity. Aw shucks, I found you a clip. Liza has a bottle under her three way poncho. Thanks for that link R Never heard a male version, and it was excellent. Not least because the words hit home.
No, no to the dude at R67 who thinks he's Mandy Patinkin. Great piano playing there, terrible singing. Jeremy Jordan does it so much better, with a Sondheim jazz arrangement. Nope, R67 still has it over R70 for me. JJ seems too laid back, not fully inhabiting the words. His cuteness reinforces that impression. As does the diffuse jazz arrangement. Sweet performance, but it didn't hit home. Teenspirit was on the radio. I had on my flannel, ripped jeans, Chucks. My hair was long and greasy.
Life was good but I pretended it was bad. And then it happened. Losing My Mind came on the radio. Just after Teenspirit. Cuz, you know, they're so similar and easy to compare. Anyway, I lost my mind. And nothing in my life has ever been the same. Taken from The Ultimate Event! I like the Polish hipster.
He came across as straight and, for a straight Pretty Shitty Days - Charles Aznavour - We Were Happy Thenhe did admirably. JJ is quite cute in an American way, but I felt his version Pretty Shitty Days - Charles Aznavour - We Were Happy Then fighting the beautiful melody of the original.
He's gay, I presume, and certainly did emote. This was the period where Liza thought it was hip to have one side of her hair long and the other not. It's how the kids were wearing it. Love seeing Harvey Fierstein in her video up top.
What size are you? I'm looking through a pile of straitjackets for you. We need it to be Poor Glenn Close, having to sing this publicly under the watchful eye of Barbara Cook. Clearly she doesn't have the vocal chops for this and yet she did a great job, in character, on the big power ballad in Sunset Boulevard. The Polish dude could get there with more work but for me his mispronunciations and tendency to go flat as he gained in intensity spoiled it for me.
The flowery piano arrangement was a minus. How come you never hear a guy sing it in the original key? Its always these preening tenor-ish performances That clip of Liza is Exhibit A in the case for why celebrities need to just close the door after a while. For God's sake lads, Shortenin Bread (Backtrack) - Unknown Artist - Country Picks - Vol.
55 lady is Give the girl a break! As long as she can smile and wave I think that she's doing just fine. Ya either got it, or ya ain't!
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