Archive for the 'Love Songs' Category

A Love Supreme – John Coltrane

A Love Supreme is a suite about redemption, a work of pure spirit and song, that encapsulates all the struggles and aspirations of the 1960s. Following hard on the heels of the lyrical, swinging Crescent, A Love Supreme heralded Coltrane’s search for spiritual and musical freedom, as expressed through polyrhythms, modalities, and purely vertical forms [...]

This Kind of Love – Carly Simon

Grammy Award-winner Carly Simon is one of the most respected vocalists and songwriters in music today. This Kind of Love ranks among her most personal albums, as well as one of her most stylistically diverse excursions, with songs ranging from gorgeous melodies to driving rhythms. This Kind of Love ranks among Simon’s most personal albums [...]

P.S. I Love You – John Powell

Holly Kennedy (Hilary Swank) is beautiful, smart and married to the love of her life — a passionate, funny and impetuous Irishman named Gerry (Gerard Butler). So when Gerry’s life is taken by an illness, it takes the life out of Holly. The only one who can help her is the person who is no [...]

The Best of Love

The definitive single disc collection. 22 album tracks & hard-to-find singles including, ‘Alone Again Or’, ‘My Little Red Book’, ‘Seven & Seven Is’, ‘Hey Joe’, & more. Elektra/Rhino. 2003. View product details at Amazon

Love by Love – Arthur Lee

1988 Issue of the 1966 Psychedelic Classic Album from Arthur Lee and Company. The Printed Side of the CD is in the Fabled “Target” Format, as the Master Used for this Issue was Taken Directly from the Two Track Mixdown, Valuable to Many Collectors. View product details at Amazon

Spring Symphony (1986)

A motion picture of passions, “Spring Symphony” is a story of love, hate and artistic ambitions. Nastassja Kinski and Herbert Gronemeyer star as Clara Wieck and Robert Schumann, star-crossed classical musicians of the nineteenth century trying to overcome the stifling objections of Wieck’s father. All three of them share the same passion for music, but [...]

Song to Remember, A (1945)

The short life and passionate music of romantic composer Frédéric Chopin provide the foundations for this 1945 drama, which proved influential in its gaudy, undeniably watchable formula of historical exaggeration and shrewdly simplified motives for its principals. In an Oscar-nominated performance, Cornel Wilde presents the Polish native as a passionate nationalist driven by his love [...]

The Eddie album – Ed Hale

The Eddie Album 1987. The first Ed Hale album was released on the Atlanta-based independent record label Alarming Talent Records in 1987 when Ed was still in high school. The album was simply called Eddie. It featured nine tracks including the ethereal piano ballads You and me and She says you’re the one, and the [...]

Love in This Club by Usher

Love in This Club.  UK CD maxi pressing of the first single, a collaboration with rapper Young Jeezy, pulled from the R&B star’s 2008 album Here I Stand. RCA. View product details at Amazon