Various - The King And I mp3 album
The King and I is a 1999 American animated musical film directed by Richard Rich and written by Peter Bakalian, Jacqueline Feather, and David Seidler, loosely adapted from the Anna Leonowens story, and uses songs and some of the character names from Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's stage musical of the same name.
The King & I is a collaborative album by American singer Faith Evans and late rapper The Notorious . released by Rhino Entertainment Company on May 19, 2017. In the United States of America The King & I debuted at number 65 on the Billboard 200, with 9,000 album-equivalent units. As of February 2018, it sold 24,000 copies in the United States.
March Of The Siamese Children (The King And I). Georgie Auld Orchestra. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
The Rodgers & Hammerstein Songbook Compilation. 1 more album featuring this track. Overture (From "The King and I"). Franz Allers. Something Wonderful (reprise) (From "The King and I"). What Am I Doin'? (From "Closer Than Ever").
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's fifth musical, The King and I, was their first to be designed as a star vehicle - written at the behest of British stage star Gertrude Lawrence to mark her return to the New York musical stage after ten years in 1951. The show was a musicalization of Margaret Landon's 1944 novel Anna and the King of Siam, in turn based on the diaries of Anna H. Leonowens, who had been tutor to the children of King Mongkut of Siam in the 19th century, and it had already been adapted into a nonmusical film in 1946.
Album · 2017 · 25 Songs. and Faith Evans get the Nat King Cole/Natalie Cole duet treatment. Biggie verses-including a few heard for the first time here-are draped across these tracks. There are loving testimonials like Legacy and One in the Same, which is about their son . When We Party pictures Big rolling in the LBC with Snoop Dogg. Other guests include Busta Rhymes, the Bad Boy family (The . 112, Lil Kim), and Biggie’s mother, Voletta Wallace, who drops heartfelt interludes between songs. The King & I Faith Evans.
If nothing else, The King & I isn’t as cynical as the posthumous Notorious . albums that came before it. Granted, that’s a low bar: 1999’s stingy Born Again stretched a hambone of unreleased material into an album’s worth of split-pea soup, while 2005’s Duets: The Final Chapter resorted to even more shameful recycling tactics. The world didn’t need another tour of rap’s emptiest vault, but at least this one’s guided by his widow, singer Faith Evans, whose intentions are ostensibly beyond reproach. But good intentions aren’t enough to salvage bad ideas, and King & I commits to a truly awful one: an entire 72-minute album of duets between Evans and her long-dead husband, with barely a scrap of unheard audio to justify the endeavor. Never mind how distracting it is to hear some of these verses for a third time-and it’s never not distracting-the project was doomed from a purely technical level.