Various - Songs From The Neighborhood - The Music Of Mister Rogers FLAC album
Final cut from "Songs From the Neighborhood - The Music of Mister Rogers" written and produced by Dennis Scott Singers include Amy Grant, CeCe Winans, B. .
The album features 12 songs written by the late host of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," reinterpreted in a variety of genres. -Billboard, August 12, 2005, Go Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). The music overshadows the lyrics making it difficult to understand the words. I ended up donating the CD to a thrift store.
CD, Album DVD, DVD-Video. Country: US. Released: 2005.
With his passing in 2003, TV pioneer Fred Rogers not only left a history of educating and entertaining children behind as his legacy, he also left a rich songbook very few knew Rogers composed himself. This 13-song disc features performers from a wide variety of genres paying homage to Rogers, including Amy Grant, Crystal Gayle, Donna Summer, and Roberta Flack
Rogers, Songs From The Neighborhood, Documentary, mr rogers, rogers, mr, me rogers, doc, trailer, ensemble, music, music from mr rogers, music of mr rogers, neighborhood, songs, children's music, children, theme, mr rogers theme song, mr rogers theme, theme song. About the album, CD and DVD. When we hear the name Fred Rogers, we think of a likable man wearing a sweater and sneakers who enlightened and entertained our children. MISTER ROGERS" Neighborhood" continues to enchant millions of children daily, leading them into a world of both imagination and wonder. The voices assembled for this album are among the most identiable in the music world. Together they have earned over 70 Grammy and Dove Awards. THE MAKING OF SONGS FROM THE NEIGHBORHOOD By Dennis Scott (Producer).
Rogers was most famous for creating, hosting, and composing the theme music for the educational preschool television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968–2001), which featured his gentle, soft-spoken personality and directness to his audiences. Initially educated to be a minister, Rogers was displeased with the way television addressed children and made an effort to change this when he began to write for and perform on local Pittsburgh-area shows dedicated to youth. WQED developed his own show in 1968 and it was distributed nationwide by Eastern Educational Television Network. The song was originally from the group's second Korean album Revolution. The group performed this song as a part of their comeback stage special alongside Revolution's lead single, "Wanna", starting on July 31, 2009, beginning with KBS's Music Bank then onto MBC'sShow!
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Won't You Be My Neighbor? is a cover of. Won't You Be My Neighbor? by Fred Rogers (1968).
MUSIC Songs & Lyrics Commercial Releases Other Music. THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers. Songs From the Neighborhood. Strings Conducted by Jim Gray The Neighborhood Strings: David Davidson, Jim Grosjean, Carole Rabinowitz, David Angel, Pamela Sixfin Recorded at: Rymax Studios, Nashville, Manhattan Beach Recording, New York, Quad Recording Studios, New York, Skagg's Place Studios, Nashville, Avatar Studios, New York, Ocean Way, Nashville, Lazy R Studios, Los Angeles All songs written by Mr. Fred Rogers and Published by FCI Music Publishing.
Conrad native Keri Johnsrud grew up watching 'Mister Rogers Neighborhood' and as an adult turned her musical talents to a jazz tribute album to Rogers' music. Johnsrud and Bales sifted through hundreds of songs from "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" and cut their list to 10 songs. They wanted to reach deeper into Rogers' catalog than the most popular and well-known pieces. We wanted to balance the what made the music work for children with an adult spin on it," Johnsrud said. The album cover to "Beyond the Neighborhood: The Music of Fred Rogers," with vocals by native Iowan Keri Johnsrud. Photo: Special to the Register). The result is a tribute to the warmth of childhood memories and a testament to the enduring.
|1||–Jon Secada||Won't You Be My Neighbor?||4:00|
|2||–Amy Grant||It's You I Like||3:47|
|3||–B.J. Thomas||It's Such A Good Feeling||3:56|
|4||–CeCe Winans||Then Your Heart Is Full Of Love||3:55|
|5||–John Pizzarelli||What Do You Do?||3:19|
|6||–Maureen McGovern||This Is Just The Day||2:39|
|8||–Crystal Gayle||Did You Know?||3:36|
|9||–Toni Rose||Just For Once||3:08|
|10||–Ricky Skaggs||Let's Think Of Something To Do While We're Waiting||3:01|
|11||–Donna Summer||Are You Brave?||4:48|
|12||–Roberta Flack||Won't You Be My Neighbor?||4:09|
|13||–Amy Grant, Roberta Flack, Donna Summer, Ricky Skaggs, Toni Rose, Bobby Caldwell, Crystal Gayle, Jon Secada, B.J. Thomas, CeCe Winans, John Pizzarelli, Maureen McGovern||Thank You For Being You||3:14|
- Distributed By – Nostalgia Ventures, Inc. – CD711
NotesThe DVD contains studio footage and interviews with the artists.
The packaging shows CD711 as the catalog number, but the CD shows CD-007 and the DVD shows DVD-007
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 20747 20352 2
- Other: ISBN 1-932806-43-1